Sunday, August 2, 2015

609 teachers working without pay for three months

CHINIOT: Over 600 educators designated in March have been working without compensations throughout the previous three months here.

The locale organization enrolled 609 educators on contract in March who assumed responsibility on April 2. Be that as it may, they were yet to be paid even following three months.

The educators requested the instruction secretary clear their levy before Eidul Fitr.

The training office contracted 178 grade school instructors, 390 senior primary school and 41 for auxiliary school in March who began chipping away at April 2. Throughout the previous three months, these educators had been working in schools without pay.

The locale coordination officer, instruction division officers and records office had distinctive perspectives when requested remarks on the purpose for deferral in installments.

Region Education Officer (Elementary) Chaudhry Khalid Akhtar told Dawn the procedure of check of declarations and degrees of the recently procured instructors was truly moderate and loads up and colleges concerned were not sending back confirmed duplicates of the reports in spite of their opportune accommodation.

He said the educators whose scholastic endorsements and degrees had been checked had been cleared and their naming powers requested that issue secret letters to area records officer for installment of compensations.

Locale Coordination Officer Shaukat Ali Khichi told Dawn there was a procedure of police confirmation and therapeutic wellness investigation for recently selected instructors that requires some investment because of which the compensations were frequently issued following a couple of months.

Region Accounts Officer Hameed Randhawa told Dawn there were sure errors in the arrangements of educators.

"As indicated by records gave to us, the instructors were not posted at positions that were promoted in the media. Rather, they were posted somewhere else," he guaranteed.

He likewise guaranteed he had asked the locale training officers to clarify this inconsistency so the instructors could be paid. There were lapses in the arrangement letters and the training office had not sent them private letters that were obliged to process installment of compensations, he included.

Punjab Teachers Union District Vice President Bilal Anwar impacted instruction and records office powers over their detachment. He said confirmation of scholarly authentications and different conventions ought to have been finished before or not long after the enlistment so they didn't need to endure because of delinquency of pay rates. He requested the instructors be paid before Eid.