Nagaland Government Constitutes ‘High-Powered Committee’ To Resolve Issue Of Ad-Hoc Teachers’ Appointment

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The Nagaland Government has constituted a 5-member High-Powered Committee (HPC) to review and devise a mechanism to resolve the issue of ad-hoc/contract appointments under the Department of School Education.

According to a notification issued by the Nagaland Government, the HPC shall constitute of KD Vizo, Principal Secretary (Chairman), Commissioner and Secretary of P&AR (Member), Commissioner & Secretary of Justice & Law (Member), Commissioner & Secretary of Finance (Member), Commissioner & Secretary of School Education (Member Secretary).

This panel shall submit its report by June 30, 2023. It will hold review meetings every two months.

Besides, the representatives of the ‘All Nagaland Adhoc Teachers Group-Batch 2015’ and ‘All Nagaland Teachers Association shall be allowed to present their cases before the panel. It will examine the grant of the 7th ROP to the ANATG 2015.

However, the ANATG-2015 Batch has expressed gratitude towards the Nagaland Government for constituting the committee.

“The ANATG 2015 batch is pleased to inform the formation of High Powered Committee (HPC) by the Government of Nagaland on the 18th of October, 2022. The Group also acknowledges the quick action taken by the Government to constitute the committee, ahead of the deadline set, which was 15 days. The Group reaffirms good faith in the initiative of the Government whilst anticipating a positive solution,” – informed an official notification.

It’s worth noting that the All Nagaland Adhoc Teachers Group (ANATG)-2015 Batch had agreed to call off their 12-days-long stir, reiterating their demand for regularizing services.

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