MSPDCL, MSPCL appealed to the state government to recognise and acknowledge their struggle and hard work.
The Teachers Association (TA) JNIMS and the Trained Nurse Association (TNA) JNMS submitted mass resignation to JNIMS authority on Thursday
Demanding the implementation of the 7th Revision of Pay, the Teachers Association, the Association for All Non-Teaching Staffs and the Trained Nurses Association of JNIMS on Tuesday decided to submit a joint mass resignation of all employees of JNIMS with effect from Wednesday..
The nurses of JNIMS Hospital demanded implementation of 7th Pay, old pension scheme for employees who joined before 2004, creation of higher nursing post, implementation of MACP, revision of nursing allowance in the 7th Pay and provision of uniform or dress allowance to nurses.
College teachers in Churachandpur submitted a memorandum to the chief minister demanding UGC 7th Pay
FEGOCTA said that the proposed agitation, mass casual leaves on February 12-13 and boycotting classes from February 17, still remains until their demand is met.
FEGOCTA continued to hold sit-in protests, demanding UGC 7th Pay for all college teachers.
A sit-in protest cum meeting of the college teachers of Manipur was held on Saturday in front of the Central Hall of the DM College of Science, Imphal.
UGC 7th Pay: Teachers of 13 more colleges joined protest as agitation entered day 6 in Manipur Thursday.
Manipur government college teachers continued their sit-in protest on Monday for the third time since January 29, as per the decision of FEGOCTA.
The FEGOCTA has warned the government it will resume agitations from January 28 if their demands were not met
Spokesperson of Teachers’ Association, JNIMS, Dr Y Sanatomba lamented that teaching and non-teaching staff of JNIMS are also given lower dearness allowance as compared to other state employees.
The All Tribal Students’ Union Manipur (ATSUM) has appealed to the state government to resolve 7th UGC Pay and Regulation, 2018 demanded by the college teachers so that the admission process and other academic activities are not disturbed once the educational institutions are reopened.
The pensioners had been demanding enhancement of Dearness Allowance and Dearness relief (DA/DR) rate to 18 per cent.
Government employees and pensioners excluding those who are working for essential services and in quarantine centres have even launched lock-out strike since Monday, the government remains deaf ear to their demands, president of MSPU M Rajendra said.