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UDHAMPUR: A monthly meeting of Jammu Kashmir Teachers’ Joint Action Committee (JKTJAC) was held at Udhampur on Sunday under the chairmanship of UT President Vinod Sharma and District President Lekh Raj Parihar. The meeting was attended by JKTJAC representatives from all the eleven zones of the district.While speaking on the occasion Vinod Sharma raised the burning issues of the teachers we which in case include Transfer Policy in favour of teachers appointed under ReT scheme as these teachers have been working in the same schools for last 20 years; inclusion of 5 years ReT period for seniority benefits; regularisation of ReTs who have completed their 5 years ReT period and waiting for the same for a long time as a some cases are pending for last more than two years; appointment of ZEOs in headless zones so that teachers may not suffer; conversion of left out RRETs to Teachers Grade II/III as they are suffering due to non release of their salaries.While speaking on the occasion Lekh Raj Parihar requested CEO Udhampur to make provision for release of pending MDM dues of Zones Ghordi and Udhampur which the teachers have managed from their own pockets and sought the resolution of Tax deduction issue of Zone Ghordi so that teachers may not suffer any more.Others who also spoke on the occasion were: Sukhdev Singh Sumbria, Sham Sharma, Sukesh Khajuria, Ashok Seth, Pritam Goswami , Chain Singh, Ravinder Singh Rathore , Bhushan Khajuria, Shamsher Singh, Anil Sharma, Sham Singh, Viney Sharma , Dharuv Singh , Vipin Sharma, Maan Chand Khajuria, Pankaj Singh, Bharat Bhushan Singh, Puma Chand and others.
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