STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: A delegation of All J&K Plus-2 Lecturers’ Forum led by its President, Deepak Sharma called on Deputy Chief Minister, Kavinder Gupta and discussed issue of non-sanctioning of Running Grade/Time Bound Promotion in favour of Plus-2 Lecturers.
The delegation also submitted a memorandum to the Deputy Chief Minister. The delegation sought Deputy Chief Minister’s personal intervention in according sanction to Time Bound Promotion/ACP in favour of Plus-2 Lecturers and hoped that he would use his good office and impress upon his Cabinet colleagues to eradicate about 24 years of stagnation in a single grade of lecturers.
The Deputy Chief Minister assured for early redressal of their demands.
The delegation comprised of N.S Jamwal, Anil Sharma, R.S Slathia, Sanjay Bhagat and Dr Ashok.
Ryan Reynolds cancels surgery to promote ‘Deadpool 2’ in China
Have been harassed by actors on sets, says Kangana Ranaut
Ranjani Murali wins ‘Womans Voice Award’ at AKLF 2019
Spiritual tradition may bring indirect health benefit: Dr Sushil
I sing better and different than what I did 25 years ago: Sonu Nigam
© 2017 State Times Daily Newspaper