SAC approves temporary re-hiring of Lectures
‘5500 Km road length being completed in 2019-20’
Srinagar, Jul 10: The State Administrative Council (SAC) which met under the chairmanship of Governor, Satya Pal Malik approved the temporary re-hiring of services of 10+2 Lecturers, who have already rendered their services during 2019 upto 30.06.2019, purely on academic arrangement basis, from 10.07.2019 to 10.08.2019 in the winter zone and from 15.07.2019 to 15.08.2019 in the summer zone or till the posts are filled up by placement/promotion of eligible PG Masters/Teachers as Lecturers in the respective disciplines, whichever is earlier, an official press release informed today.
It said the decision has been taken to ensure continuity in academic activities in the Higher Secondary Schools and in larger interest of the student community.
SAC has also approved temporary re-hiring of services of Subject-Specific Teachers who have already rendered their services during 2019 upto 30.06.2019, for 110 High Schools upgraded under RMSA, on contract basis, from 10.07.2019 to 10.08.2019 in the winter zone and from 15.07.2019 to 15.08.2019 in the summer zone or till the provision of regular teaching staff by the School Education Department by way of rationalization, whichever is earlier.
Meanwhile, the State Administrative Council (SAC) took note of the status report submitted by the PW(R&B) department regarding implementation of PMGSY in the state.
PMGSY is flagship programme of Government of India to provide connectivity to the rural habitations having population of 250 plus. The programme was launched in the state in 2001-02 and till date 3502 projects with a total length of 19700 Kms to connect 2214 habitations has been sanctioned under PMGSY-Phases I to XII. A road length of 10,550 Km has been completed connecting 1772 habitations, an official press release informed today.
It said the PW(R&B) department has been set a target of 5500 Km for completion this financial year i.e 2019-20 including 4000 Km in Jammu division and 1500 Km in Kashmir division.
Recently, the State Level Standing Committee (SLSC) headed by Chief Secretary also approved up-gradation of 1650 Km road length, sanctioned under PMGSY-I. These up-gradation works will be taken up under PMGSY-II, after sanction from Government of India.
SAC also took note of the issues related to supply of raw material, especially in Jammu division. SAC directed the Advisor in-charge to resolve the issues hampering the supply of raw material by July 20, 2019, so that there is no disruption in the execution of PMGSY works, the press release informed.