JAMMU, Jan 10: Amar Nath Thakur, State chairman SEECC/ ISEOLF, called on Principal Secretary School Education Shaleen Kabra and submitted a detailed memorandum seeking regularization of incharge officers in the School Education Department.
“More than 7500 Incharge Caders, 77 Joint Directors, SIE Principals, 100 CEOs/DIET Principals, 750 Higher Secondary School Principals, 500 ZEOs, 2800 Headmasters and 3500 Lecturers have not been regularized as per SRO 166 GAD of 2005 dated 14.6.2005, Order No. 743-GAD of 2007 dated 28.6.2007, No 107-GAD of 2002 dated 16.1.2002, No.481- Edu of 2010 dated 30.12.2010 and Supreme Court Directions in the case titled Suraj Parkash Gupta vs J&K State and others as a result resentment is brewing among all cadres,” the memorandum reads.
During the meeting, Thakur said that APRs and service data of all cadres have been submitted to the Department and the same has been consolidated at Directorate level in reference to the order vide No. Edu-GAZ-32/2015 dated 08.05.2015 issued by Administrative Department regarding regularization of all cadres. “However, since then no action has been taken till date inspite of the submission of number of memorandums to the concerned,” he added.
Thakur also demanded that order No 252 HE of 2012 dated 31-05-2012 and circular No. 17 of GAD of 2012 dated 07-06-2012 regarding distance mode degrees may be implemented and considered while regularizing the incharge incumbents and clearing the dropout and left out pending cases of all 400 Lecturers, 6 ZEOs and 317 Headmasters may be cleared through DPC at the earliest by convening DPC meeting which has not been convened for the last two years to provide justice to left out cases of all cadres pending in the department.
Modification of Masters and Teachers on the medical ground, salary of Masters and lecturers working under SSA, RMSA, etc was also taken up.
Hearing the demands very carefully and patiently, the Principal Secretary directed the concerned on the spot to put the file regarding regularization and drop out cases for early disposal within three days positively.