Srinagar: A meeting of the Central Executive Committee of the Association was held today on 12/05/2019 (Sunday) in Srinagar at 1 p.m with President Mr. Faisel Nayeem in chair. The meeting was convened to review the progress of the Charter of Demands aftermath of Darbar Move.
The members hailed the Order No: 23 Edu of 2019 dated 23/3/2019 issued by the Administrative Department and the constitution of the Committee for the redressal of the grievances put forth by the Association from time time and it was resolved in the meeting that the Association shall strongly pursue the demands in viz ACP, Placement of Lecturers as Sr. Lecturers, Restoration of 40% HE Quota, Protection of Seniority, revisit to SRO202 and NPS in very near future and a roadmap for that has been already prepared. The members also hailed the big-hearted and sympathetic assurances given by the worthy Director School Education Kashmir in mitigating the problems of the +2 lecturers’ community.
The members took strong note of some disgruntled and self-styled leaders claiming to represent the +2 Lecturers Community at different forums like SEECC, EJAC and JCC. The Association once again wants to clear that such self-styled leaders are not in any way representing 6000 (+2) lecturers’ who have time and again reposed their faith in the Association headed by Mr. Nayeem Ahmad. These few self-styled leaders have no contribution in teaching at +2 level. Instead they have been managing their postings in DIETs from last 15 years and mostly promote transfer mafia and scandalous activities in the department. The ASSOCIATION has been working laboriously from last 11 years and its unrelenting efforts have helped to make a lot of progress in redressing the demands. It is pertinent to mention that such disgruntled and self-styled elements are only misleading the lecturers’ community by hijacking the agenda of the Association and they have no footprints on ground.
Later on a delegation led by Mr. Nayeem Ahmad visited Ex-chief Patron of the Association Mr. Manzoor Ahmad Shah and offered condolences to him on the demise of his brother recently.
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