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Aided colleges staff urges CM for help

Aided colleges staff urges CM for help
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Teaching and non-teaching staff of aided colleges had been demanding their absorption into government services and increase in their pay scale on part with other employees. They have appealed the Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao to take note of their long pending demands and do justice.

Hyderabad: Teaching and non-teaching staff of aided colleges had been demanding their absorption into government services and increase in their pay scale on part with other employees. They have appealed the Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao to take note of their long pending demands and do justice. A meeting was organised in the city to discuss the course of action in order to pursue the matter with concerned authorities and higher officials in the government.

Telangana Aided College Teaching and Non-teaching Staff Association president G L Swaroop said that several lecturers and non-teaching staff have been working for about 20-year and were not recognised by the government.

There are nearly 2,000 employees working in 64 Degree and 40 Junior Colleges (aided) across the State and government could easily absorb them, she said. There had been no absorption of aided college staff from 1993, she added. She said that 80 per cent of the students in these colleges belong to backward communities and infrastructure in the colleges was way better than any other contemporary institutions. The staff associated with aided colleges is planning to meet Chief Minister soon and are taking help of TNGOs in this process.

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