Maharashtra: Class 12 Answer Sheet Boycott Withdrawn By Junior College Teachers’ Federation

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Pune, 2nd March 2023: The Junior College Teachers’ Federation has withdrawn its boycott of the examination of the class 12 answer sheet. School education minister Deepak Kesarkar accepted the pending demands, and the boycott was withdrawn. As the demands of the junior college teachers were pending, the boycott movement was started. Although the boycott directly affected the exam, it also affected the work.

With the commencement of the class 12 examination, bundles of answer sheets were lying around in schools and junior colleges. Also, the meetings of the chief regulators were not held.

In a meeting with Kesarkar, he promised to take positive action on policy demands like the implementation of the old pension scheme for unaided, partially subsidized, part-time teachers in service before 1st November 2005, implementation of guaranteed progression scheme after 10-20-30 years of service.

Whereas 214 vacant posts have been approved by the High-Level Secretary Committee and the government order will be issued within 15 days, while the remaining teachers on additional posts will be approved by holding a meeting of the High-Level Secretary Committee during the session itself. It was also informed that a proposal will be submitted to the Finance Department in the next 15 days regarding the implementation of the pay scale.


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