STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: A deputation of All Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh Teachers Federation (AJKLTF) led by its J&K General Secretary, Rattan Sharma met Hridesh Kumar Singh, Commissioner Secretary and submitted a charter of demands. The deputation, comprising Gurdeep Kumar, Neeraj Sharma and Kartar Chand, State Secretary, demanded Separate Education Commission for JK UT, implementation of transparent transfer policy, adjustment of masters working on RMSA, SSA posts on non-plan posts, re-organisation of Education Department by creating a separate wing for all sorts of non-scholastic activities, keeping teachers away from non-academic activities, holding all pending DPCs, organising opens sessions to listen to Teachers/ Masters grievances at district level, as directed by Director School Education Jammu and implementation of CBSC curriculum etc. Meanwhile, another delegation of Jammu Kashmir Teachers Forum led by its Chairman, Ganesh Khajuria also called on Hirdesh Kumar and apprised him of problems being faced by various cadres of School Education Department. The delegation comprised of Mohammad Akbar Khan, Surat Singh Toofani, Darshan Sharma, Yograj Slathia, Kuldeep Singh Bandral and Mohammad Shafi Bhat. Khajuria urged the Commissioner Secretary to consider their genuine demands which included rationalisation of teaching staff, conducting DPCs of all cadres, creation of posts of masters, removal of pay anomalies, renaming of nomenclature of class-IV employees, regularisation of workers, grant of earned leave /Cash-in-Lieu in favour of teaching staff besides providing necessary infrastructure in all government schools. The Commissioner Secretary listened to both the delegations patiently and assured them that all their issues shall be resolved at the earliest.
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