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Meeting against online attendance in Ambedkar Nagar: Teachers’ union submitted memorandum, boycott of online attendance will continue till demands are met

Meeting against online attendance in Ambedkar Nagar: Teachers’ union submitted memorandum, boycott of online attendance will continue till demands are met




In Ambedkar Nagar, on the call of the provincial leadership of Rashtriya Shikshak Mahasangh Uttar Pradesh, a meeting was organized near the Collectorate under the leadership of District President Dinesh Narayan Singh in protest against online attendance. After the meeting, the teachers handed over a memorandum addressed to the Chief Minister to the officer nominated by the DM, Rajkumar Dubey. During this, the District President said that in this memorandum, it has been demanded that like other departments, the teachers of basic education should also be given the option of half day leave in the category of casual leave. Teachers should be provided 30 EL like state employees. Like other departments, the option of compensatory leave given for working on holidays should be provided on the Manav Sampada portal. In the event of natural disaster, adverse weather at the local level and participation in district level departmental programs, the District Basic Education Officer should be given the option to provide relaxation in online attendance. Said – A feeling of insecurity is taking birth It has also been demanded that the digitization of registers is subject to the availability of the server, there is a risk of server crash due to excessive load at the same time, so clear guidelines should be issued for alternative arrangements. The current online attendance system of digitalization is discriminatory, exploitative and giving rise to a feeling of insecurity, which will have a negative impact on the creative ability of the teacher and the teaching work will also be affected. There will be no naturalness due to teaching with stress in the mind. The current attendance system should be allowed to remain in basic education. The district president said that if the demands are not met, the boycott of online attendance will continue. These people were present on this occasion, General Secretary Kamlesh Kumar, District Vice President Shiv Narayan Vishwakarma, Treasurer Girjesh Chandra Srivastava, District Minister Radheshyam Vishwakarma, Block Patron Sharad Kumar, President Tanda Nimesh Jaiswal, General Secretary Om Prakash Verma, Block President Baskhari Sunil Kumar Singh, Jalalpur President Raghavendra Pratap Singh, Jahangirganj President Roshanlal, Neelam Yadav, Mamta Singh, Himanshu Bhushan Tiwari, Arvind Yadav, Salikram Yadav, Natwar Lal Dwivedi, Akhilendra Pratap Singh and hundreds of teachers were present.



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