MLAs highlight demands, seek intervention of Ministers

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Jan 21: Several members took part in the discussion on Demands of Grants for Education Department including Youth Service and Sports in Legislative Assembly today.
RS Pathania urged for launching various skill development courses besides special infrastructure development initiatives for further growth in education and sports sectors.
Javid Hassan Baig  urged the Government to also focus on higher education sector so that students coming out of these institutes get the requisite job opportunities.
Bashir Ahmad Dar advocated for encouraging people to send their wards to Government schools to take benefit from the latest infrastructure introduced in these institutions.
He demanded for establishment of Engineering College in Kupwara district under RUSA. He also advocated for filling up of vacant posts in different educational institutions in Kupwara district.
Dileep Singh Parihar demanded for a degree college to be established at Bhalesa. He demanded Indoor Stadium at University Campus Bhaderwah.
Ch. Qamar Hussain  demanded for posting of teachers for specially challenged children under SSA and a Skill Development Institute in his constituency. He urged the Government for taking steps for promotion and preservation of Urdu Language.
Engineer Abdul Rashid  demanded for establishing a Degree College in Langate and additional accommodation for various Higher Secondary Schools in his constituency.
Abdul Rahim Rather stressed for improving the level of education in the State. He urged for bringing transparency in the recruitment system of teaching staff. He also pleaded for proper utilization of funds released under RMSA and SSA.
Ravinder Raina said  teachers  community  must  be given the respect  in higher  offices as they  are the national  builders and India  is a nation  which  has  a glorious  history  of “Guru-Shishya Parampara”
Salaries  of the  ReT teaches  must  be enhanced as the ReT’s are working  hard  in the remote  and the  far flange  area  in tough  conditions  hence there honorarium  should  be enhanced and  asked  the Government  to frame  transfer  policy  for the  female  ReT teachers  after  their  marriage and also asked  the government to  frame  the inter district  transfer  policy  for  female  teachers  after their  marriage.
Raina  said there are  bottlenecks  in the newly  framed  Transfer Policy  and all  the loopholes must  be removed  and the  teachers with  good  record  should  be rewarded. H asked  the  Minister to provide  funds  for the construction of building for Government Girls Higher Secondary School Sunderbani, Government  Girls  Higher  Secondary School Nowshera  and  Higher Secondary School Lamberi on the priority.