CTA for creation of posts of teaching, non-teaching staff in Govt colleges

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Jan 10: A meeting of College Teachers Association (CTA) was held today with president Prof D S Manhas in the chair, to discuss the issue pertaining to creation of post of Assistant Professors and post of Non-Teaching Staff in the existing Government Degree Colleges.
The CTA stated that most of the existing Government Degree Colleges are falling short of posts of Assistant Professors and Non-Teaching staff. It is was observed that at the time of establishment of the colleges, the student teacher ratio was adequate but with the passage of time, the number of students has increased manifold whereas the number of posts created has remained the same.
At present, about 2300 teachers have been engaged on the academic arrangement to cater to the needs of students. Most of the colleges are falling short of Non-Teaching staff too.
On the basis of increase in the roll of students in the colleges, the CTA stressed that there was an immediate requirement of creation of posts of Assistant Professors and Non-Teaching posts accordingly in the existing colleges.
CTA appealed to the Advisor to the Governor, J&K State, to create about 1500 posts of Assistant Professors and same number of posts for Non-Teaching staff in the existing colleges of the State, so that students can be benefitted and quality education can be provided to them.
The members, who were present in the meeting, included Dr Anil Ganjoo, Dr M S Saini, Prof Narayan Dutt, Dr Vishal Sharma, Dr Jagjit Singh, Prof Rakesh Sharma and Dr Revika Arora.


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