LAKHIMPUR: The All Assam Unemployed Association (AAUA) has demanded the State Government to appoint all the teachers who had been working in the recently provincialized venture schools of the State.
The organization raised the demand on Friday through a press communiqué sent to the media. In the press communiqué, AAUA president Dharmendra Deuri and general secretary Jiban Rajkhowa said that though the State Government had provincialized the venture schools by appointing two or three teachers responding to the long-pending demand, such schools had already lost their existence as they were amalgamated with other schools.
"As a result of it, many teachers, including the teachers of Hindi subject, are deprived of appointment and they have lost their future with this fate despite waiting for appointment since a long time. They have turned unemployed again. Moreover, the State Government has issued order to the venture schools, of which two or three posts have been provincialized, to submit their land documents to the Deputy Commissioners of the districts concerned," the press communiqué stated.
Under such circumstances, the organization strongly demanded the State Government to withdraw this order and to appoint all the teachers of the venture schools, including the Grade IV employees.