Chandigarh, May 7 UNI | 3 months ago

A delegation of 7,654 Sanjha Adhyapak Front today called on Education Minister Sikander Singh Maluka seeking the issuance of regularisation orders at an early date.

The Education Minister told the members of the delegation that Punjab government was fully seized of their problem and the delay in issuance of regularisation orders was just because of model code of conduct that is inforce in the state. He said the Punjab government has requested the Election commission to allow issuance of regularisation orders to 7,654 teachers, who have already completed their mandatory three year period in the service. He said the education department has just received reply from the EC that has desired issuance of letter after date of counting. The Education Minister said he would personally hand over regularisation letters to 7,654 teachers in a special function to be organized at the main auditorium of Punjab School Education Board building at SAS Nagar Mohali on May 19.

The delegation was led by Daljit Singh Patiala, General Secretary, Navdeep Samana, President, Amritpal Singh, Senior Vice President, Sukhjinder Singh Rayya and Sarbjit Singh Toor both cashiers, Baljit Singh, Vice President, Harvinder Singh, Jatinder Singh, Harmanpreet Singh, Des Raj and Dr Ranjodh Singh.

(Posted on 08-05-2014)