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AMPTA objects issuance of ‘No Objection certificate’ to 4444 Ex-Post De-Facto teachers

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Imphal, March 11,

All Manipur Primary Teachers Association (AMPTA) has expressed strong apprehension about issuing of ‘No Objection certificate’ to 4444 under matriculate/ matriculate/under graduate/ primary/ Hindi Primary teachers who were appointed under Ex-Post De-Facto approval by the Additional Director (Hill/Valley).

The AMPTA in a press statement said that after an inter- seniority list of the teachers had been prepared on February 2, 2019, the AMPTA has been preparing a final seniority list of the teacher.

The statement signed by Gunachandra Kakchingtabam, Secretary Information and publicity, AMPTA said that the association will strongly stand against the issuance of the ‘No Objection certificate’ to the said teachers as education sector cannot be run under emotion and sentiment.

Drawing the attention of Chief Minister N. Biren, Education Minister Th. Radhesyam and Director of Education (S) Thokchom Kirankumar, AMPTA statement said that they have an apprehension that the Additional Director (Hill/Valley) might issue ‘No objection certificate’ for the academic qualification of those who were recruited but was later approved by the government through Ex-post facto to study further during the time where AMPTA tried to hasten the process of declaring the final seniority list by the government. He further said that they will not allowed such act if happen and appeal the government to not let the education sector be emotionally driven as it will not help in improving the Education where the government tried to improve it through its mission of ‘School Fagat-Hansi’.

The statement further said that after preparation of the inter- se –seniority list of the teachers, claim and objection has been completed as per the Performa of the teachers. If the “No objection Certificate’ has been issued the AMPTA will left with no other option but to take the help of the law court. It appealed the government as well as the concern department to look into the matter.

Rinku Khumukcham

Rinku Khumukcham, Editor of Imphal Times has more than 15+ years in the field of Journalism. A seasoned editor, was a former editor of ISTV News. He resides in Keishamthong Elangbam Leikai, with his wife and parents.

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