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Mysuru: Assn of aided schools, colleges to protest from March 4

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Mysuru: The State-Aided Schools and Colleges Employees’ Association will launch state-wide agitation from Friday March 4 urging the State Government to fulfil their various demands.

Speaking to mediapersons here on Thursday March 3 Association District President Dr. A. Sharat Kumar said that a protest is planned at Freedom Park in Bengaluru on March 4 demanding the fulfilment of various long-standing demands including the release of the old fixed pension for employees of state-aided schools appointed before April 1, 2006.

It is revealed that more than 1 lakh employees from around the State, including 1000 from Mysuru, will be participating in the protest. Seeking fulfilment of their demands, the staff of aided schools and colleges have threatened to indefinitely shut down educational institutions also.

He said, “Many employees of aided schools and colleges are deprived of old pension benefits. They must be immediately handed over their rightful pension. New Pension Scheme Arogya Siri (Jyothi Sanjeevini) should be released for those employees recruited after April 1, 2006.”

He further added, “The accreditation renewal of schools should be simplified. The subsidised school children should be provided with all facilities as provided by the government school children. Recruited before 2000 the ‘D’ group’s employees without approval must be made permanent.”

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