Monday, November 17, 2008

Teacher's dharna on Nov 24 in Orissa

BHUBANESWAR: Teachers and employees of non-government colleges of the State have decided to stage a sitin dharna in front of the Raj Bhawan on November 24 to press for their demands.

Under the banner of All Orissa Non-Government College Teachers and Employees Association, the members met at its 6th annual conference at Rourkela where they discussed the long-pending demands like release of grant-in-aid to teachers and employees appointed before December 31, 1998 instead of 40 per cent block grant, promotion of State scale lecturers, extension of the UGC benefits, implementation of the Sixth Pay Commission recommendations.

Besides, the disussion featured action to make the Higher Education Department corruption- free.

Association general secretary Chitta Mohapatra said the Government must meet these demands or a Statewide agitation would be launched. In the first phase, the sit-in dharna has been proposed in front of Raj Bhawan and a memorandum would be submitted to the Governor.

Source : Express News.

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