JKPSA takes up issues with DSE

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Jan 2: A deputation of Private Schools Association led by its President Kamal Gupta met Director School Education (DSE) Jammu Ravinder Singh.
General Secretary of the Association Ajay Gupta apprised the Director about the problems being faced by certain schools in obtaining recognition up to 8th class especially those private schools functioning since decades due to the conditions put by the FFC in which all CEOs and DIET have been directed to collect the details of fee since 2014 to 2017, harassment and hindrance put by the Chief Education Officer Udhampur in authenticating and countersigning of the results of private schools for the session 2016-17 who has furthered their files in JKBOSE and DSE for further extension in affiliation and recognition.
The members demanded immediate directions and fast action against CEO Udhampur as the schools whose result are pending have nearly been debarred by the DIET for registration in class 8th.
The DIET is conducting MSE exams in the month of February 2018. They also demanded recognition to all the institutions which have fulfilled all the conditions and are functioning since decades.
Director School Education Jammu along with Joint Director Charandeep Singh gave a patient hearing and assured the members that their genuine difficulties will be redressed and straightened.
The deputation members included VM. Sharma, Ram Parkash, President Udhampur, Chain Singh, Jog Raj, Sat Paul Mansotra, President Kathua, Ramesh Gupta, Ashok Kumar, Ashwani Sharma, President Reasi, Raj Dev Singh, Ramesh Gupta, Ajay Singh, Laddi Sharma, Jatinder Heera, Gansara Singh, Madan Mohan Sharma, Rash Paul Singh and Rajesh Gupta.


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