ANATU appeals for early declaration of Test results
Kohima, February 20
The All Nagaland Adhoc Teachers Union (ANATU) has asked the Department of School Education (DoSE) to declare the results of the suitability test conducted in June, 2014 for regularization of services.
ANATU president Neipetso Lomi and secretary Neivotsonuo Yaotsu in a memorandum to DoSE expressed that the present Adhoc Employees serving continuously for more than three years and above as on December 31, 2012 are entitled to get regularization as per the office memorandum issued by P& AR dated August 4, 2008.Pointing that these present Adhoc Employees have already appeared both written and oral suitability tests conducted by DoSE from June 24 to 26, 2014, ANATU lamented that the result of the Suitability Test is yet to be declared.
Consequently, they said the adhoc employees are being deprived of their legitimate rights such as superseding by juniors, under paid salary as compared to regular teachers even though the work loads are the same.
Therefore, ANATU officials requested DoSE ‘not to issue regularization order’ to any incumbents until and unless the results and regularization process of the present adhoc employees (3 years and above as on December 31, 2012) were completed.
They also appealed for early declaration of the suitability test result without further delay and take prompt initiatives to issue regularization order thereof.
ANATU also cautioned that if their demands are not fulfilled, they would be compelled to take further course of action to protect their legal rights.
Meanwhile, ANATU officials have informed all its members that as per the decision of all the district representative meeting held on last Wednesday, a membership fee of Rs. 300 per member would be collected for the year 2015 for those who had appeared written and oral Suitability Test in June, 2014.
Therefore, all the district unit presidents and secretaries have been directed to collect the said amount and submit it to the Central Office on or before March 14, 2015. For further information one may contact 9862120514/8415830450.