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‘No AIFUCTO movement program will be start from today and continue till Nov. 18

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Imphal, Nov 13: An NEC (National Executive Committee)Meeting of meeting was held, on November 11, 2017 at Gandhi Peace Foundation, New Delhi. The meeting decided to modify the agitation programs which has already been planned to be launched from 13th November 2017 throughout the country since the MHRD has issued a notification on 2ndNovember, 2017 regarding Revision of Scheme i.e., 7th UGC Pay Scales for teachers and equivalent cadres of universities and colleges.
A statement said that NEC of AIFUCTO modified the decisions of agitation programmes resolved in last NEC on held on 8th October, 2017 in light of the notification issued.  
The statement added that as per the modified decision –  AIFUCTO will submit a detail memorandum to PM and MHRD regarding al the grievances of the different sections of teachers arose due to notification of 7th UGC Pay Scales and with request to invite AIFUCTO and Federation of Central University Teachers’ Associations  delegation for talk on the issues as earliest. A separate letter will be sent to Education minister of every state for implementation of the UGC scale.
On 30th Nov.2017 in every unit teachers will sit in Dharna wearing black badges and observe “Save Higher Education “ throughout the country. Teachers will lunch signature campaign in their unit in support of their demands/grievances. It will be sent to MHRD with a copy to AIFUCTO.
 On 12th Dec,2017in every state headquarter teachers will organise a protest Dharna/ Procession/Rally against the apathetic attitude of the Govt.
During winter session of parliament, after AIFUCTO Statutory Conference , a massive protest programme will be organised. For this approval will be taken from the general council during Conference.
The meeting was participated by many teacher leaders and state unit leaders from across the country.  From North East states, Dr Khireswar Borah, President, Assam College Teachers’ Association (ACTA) and Prof TulshiDas, General Secretary, ACTA represented Assam. Dr Borah shared ACTA’s views and Prof M. Lokendro Singh, President, All Manipur College Teachers’ Association (AMCTA) placed his views representing Manipur and North East Zone placed his views on the MHRD notification and put up the issues of NE states. He also sought the intervention of AIFUCTO tothe Govt of Manipur for releasing the pending allowances to the college teachers of Manipur without further delay, the statement signed by  M Lokendro Singh, Zonal Secretary (NE), AIFUCTO said.

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