ANGPTA holds emergency meeting

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 5/26/2019 11:13:04 AM IST

All Nagaland Government Primary Teachers’ Association (ANGPTA) central held an emergency meeting with its district units and sub-units on May 23 at D Block Panchayat Hall, Kohima where vital issues pertaining to the association was discussed.

A press release by ANGPTA general secretary, Hoshika H Sumi stated that in an induction speech, ANGPTA president, James Ruokuoselhou, highlighted the new service rules of the department and clarified the status of ANGPTA recognition with the government, department and CANSSEA.

Ruokuoselhou also highlighted to the members on the delay of preparing tentative seniority list and on the advantages and disadvantages for preparing common seniority list and district wise seniority list.

He also encouraged the members to spread the views so as to uplift the status of teachers in charge to primary head teacher/ head teacher in GPSs and GMSs during the next cadre review. The release stated that after through deliberation, the house unanimously resolved to maintain a common seniority list for primary teachers under the department of school education, so as to work according to the feasibility of technical proceedings.

The house also deliberated and resolved that inclusion of SSA (primary teachers) into common seniority, NSSATA (primary teachers) and to pursue according to their convenience/proceeding with the support of ANGPTA.  

The meeting chaired by ANGPTA vice president (admin), Kivigho Zhimomi began with an invocation by ANGPTA vice president, Bendangnukshi Sangtam. The meeting was recorded by ANGPTA, joint secretary (admin), Kekhriengulie Khezhie.


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