These days, teachers of 17 professors in Jalandhar remained on strike as they searched tried to get (putting into) use of the Seventh Pay Commission in the state. In togetherness with the statewide strike of PFUCTO (Punjab Federation of University and College Teachers Organisation), teachers and professors struck work in 17 schools of Jalandhar. They held dharnas outdoor their (about each person or thing) college gates and declared that the dharna might go for unknown length until their demands had been met.
Teachers of the DAV College, HM College, Lyallpur Khalsa College, Jalandhar held a dharna out of doors their schools for hours right here today in protest towards the delay in enforcing the Seventh Pay Commission and the delinking of recent instructors with the pay grades of the UGC with the aid of the Punjab people in charge.
Fighting against teachers said the Seventh Pay Commission had been carried out anywhere besides the country. They stated inside the beyond one month, 196 professors sat outdoor at the first (or most important) guest residence of Panjab University, Chandigarh, on starvation strike terrible and upsetting (putting into) use of the Seventh Pay Commission for the kingdom’s instructors and professors.
Punjab and Chandigarh College Teachers Union General Secretary Prof SS Randhawa stated the whole problem had been raised earlier than the state Finance Minister, speaker, and even the CM. But to this point, they have got received only promises. Randhawa stated that the lecturers (group of smaller parts) with too many training secretaries also remained (not resulting in anything). They noted the (people in charge of something) were given instructions, but nobody paid any listen to. They stated professor called for that state CM himself talked looked at the difficulty on a priority foundation. They also warned the national government that teachers had been forced to continue on an unknown strike due to the repeated lack of understanding of those needs. They stated they had no other choice but to drop education. District President Dr. Sanjeev Dhawan said they would keep with their protests. He noted a delegation of teachers also met Education Minister Pargat Singh now; however, no result got here out eventually.
Tejinder Singh Virli, State Executive Member PCCTU, stated, “Since the most important associations are in sticking together with teachers on those problems, students have been despatched home through many principals in harmony with the protests. The national government also handed the Security of Service Act in the Vidhan Sabha these days; however, the governor hasn’t signed it yet. This is a protest about teachers’ combat for his or their offerings and their job protection. The protests will move on till the demand of teachers is met.”