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ANPTA warns of ‘action’
Published on 30 May. 2010 12:24 AM IST
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All Nagaland Polytechnic Teachers’ Association (ANPTA) has resolved to resort to its own course of action following the lack of response from the state government to its ultimatum which expired on May 24.
ANPTA president K. Miachieo and general secretary Khrieketuolie Rupreo, in a joint statement, reminded that the Association had submitted letters to the government and higher & technical education department on two occasions opposing the deputation of anyone from another service cadre to fill up the newly created post of placement officer (PO) in the directorate of Higher &Technical Education department.
ANPTA alleged that the government had “backed away” after issuing invitation letters to all polytechnics under the H & TE department for recruitment from among eligible lecturers to the newly created post.
The signatories reasserted that there are eligible,qualified and experienced lecturers from among its ranks to man the post under the H & TE directorate.
ANPTA said that having left with the option of resorting to its own course of action, the authority would be held responsible for any consequences arising out of its actions.
Meanwhile, All Nagaland Polytechnic Teachers’ Association (ANPTA) has requested the students of polytechnics in particular and public in general to bear with them till matter was solved.

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