STATE TIMES NEWS UDHAMPUR: The monthly meeting of the District Udhampur unit of All J&K Plus 2 Lecturers’ Forum, was held at Udhampur on Sunday which was chaired by Ashok Sharma, District President of the Forum. Deliberating in the meeting, the members expressed resentment against the government over the long delay in announcing Assured Career Progression (ACP ) for the Plus 2 Cadre on the anal8gy of doctors and the KAS officers. They urged the new Advisor to Governor, Farooq Khan, who has been allotted the portfolio of School Education Department, to personally intervene to redress this most genuine demand of ACP for the Plus 2 Cadre They also hailed the government for issuing the orders of postings of promotee Principals and also of placements of masters/teachers as Incharge lecturers in various disciplines and demanded that orders of placements of masters/teachers as Incharge Lecturers in the other subjects be also issued and all the promotee lecturers be posted at the earliest to fill up the large number of vacancies of lecturers in short staffed schools. The members resented that few posts of lecturer in Computer Science have been sanctioned for newly upgraded Hr.Sec.Schools and demanded that posts of lecturers in Computer Science be created especially at a time when the country is moving towards Digital India. The Meet demanded repatriation/ transfers of Principals and lecturers who have completed their tenure in Ladakh region and other hilly areas to the schools nearer to their homes. The members also demanded the regularisation of Jt Directors, Chief Education Officers, Principals and Lecturers in the School Education department, who have been serving in the incharge capacity for varying periods of time. The Meet demanded rationalisation of staff in accordance with the roll and need of the schools and issuance of the orders of placement of lecturers as Sr Lecturers as same has not been issued for about six years. They also demanded that confidential material of the various examinations be supplied to the Superintendents at the examination centres by the BOSE. Those who addressed the meeting included Arunesh Kumar, Ashwani Kumar, Ram Murti, Luxmi Kant, Joginder Gupta, Sudesh Kumar and Rajkaran Singh.
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