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TDATA demands regularization

Adhoc Teachers Association members march towards DC’s office to submit their ultimatum on Friday. (NP)
Correspondent Tuensang, MAY 20 (NPN):
Published on 21 May. 2011 12:35 AM IST
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Tuensang District Ad hoc Teachers’ Association (TDATA) Friday stage a silent procession here to press the government for acceptance of their several demands.
Their demands included immediate regularization of ad hoc teachers who set for test; ad hoc teachers, proved genuine by the SIT/ department, be called for suitability test and ad hoc teachers, who has completed three or more years in service, be called for the test. The demonstrators, who converged at GHSS auditorium for a brief programme, later marched towards the DC office and submitted an ultimatum to director of School Education through DC Tuensang.
In an ultimatum, the TDATA expressed disappointment over government’s failure to deliver justice to its earlier memorandum submitted April 28 last even with the expiry of its 15-day deadline.
The association further stated that 94 of UDAs, LDAs and grade IV staffs, serving under the education department who appeared the suitability test conducted last year for regularization along with the ad hoc teachers, were regularized Vide No. ED/ESD/A-I/RGL/2010 dated Kohima November 1, 2010.
The TDATA questioned the department what was taking it so long in regularizing the ad hoc teachers when it could regularize those UDAs, LDAs and grade IV staffs.
“This is complete injustice and an act of partiality which is unacceptable,” they said and demanded for immediate redressal.
Further, the association warned to take own course of action if government failed to accede with their “genuine demand” within stipulated time.
Around 500 ad hoc teachers participated in the procession holding placard which reads, ‘stop policy of discrimination’ where is our regularization’ deprivation towards teacher means deprivation of students’ ‘give the teachers the right to live with justice and stop step- motherly treatment.

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