Aggrieved officers go on mass leave as JU not honours Council decision

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, May 24: In protest against non-implementation of the University Council resolution with respect to Career Advancement Scheme of the officers and equivalent positions,  some aggrieved officers of the Jammu University  are proceeding on mass leave from May 28.
This was formally conveyed to the Vice-Chancellor through a communiqué, signed by the aggrieved officers and submitted to him today through  his Special Secretary.
“Due to  non-implementation of the University Council resolution regarding career programme scheme of officers and equivalent isolated positions even after a span of one year, we are proceeding on mass leave from Monday afternoon (28th May, 2018),” says the formal communiqué, duly signed by five Assistant Registrars, two PROs and an Assistant Director of the  Centre for IT Enabled Services.
According to the official sources,  the Jammu University Council had approved the agenda item regarding  promotion of these officers on the analogy of the University of Kashmir and in accordance with the concurrence given by the Financial Advisor (Universities) vide communication number FA/Uni/Adoption/pay scale/JU/20/A/175, dated 24-03-2017.
However, even after the lapse of more than an year, the  University administration is  not issuing order for promotion of these officers for the reasons best known to the Vice-Chancellor.
The unprecedented delay in their promotion for no reasons has caused a strong resentment among the affected officers, who are now going on mass leave as a mark of protest.

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