The All Nagaland Adhoc Teachers Group (ANATG)-2015 Batch has agreed to call-off their 12-days-long stir, reiterating their demand for regularizing services.
As per the invitation of the state government, the third round of talks between a 30-member team of ANATG-2015 Batch, led by its president Ruguotsolie and five-member government side headed by Principal Secretary to Chief Minister K D Vizo on Friday night, concluded on a positive note.
The meeting decided to set-up the High Powered Committee (HPC), headed by the Principal Secretary or Commissioner Secretary within 15 days, and submit its recommendation by June 2023, and thereafter take-up the issue to resolve the matter of ANATG-2015 Batch within December 2023.
“Service Extension will continue till the matter is resolved, however this dispensation will not apply to proxy and untrained teachers. Grant of 7th ROP will be based on the recommendation of the HPC,” – reads an official communique.
The communique further adds that “ANATG-2015 Batch and ANSTA members will be given opportunity to present their case before the HPC. The HPC shall have a review meeting every 2 months.”