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Thursday, April 24, 2014
SECONDARY and Higher Secondary leaching and non-leaching staff in the district are not paid salary for the month of March even as April is about to end. Thanks to Shalarth Yojana. the new online payment scheme launched in the district.
The payments are delayed due to implementation of "Shalarth" in which thousands of teaching and non-teaching employees from over 400 secondary and higher secondary schools have to be registered online. The programme was launched in January and the schools were given two months period is register their schools and enroll the entire staff of the schools.
A number technical problems have come up during the process. The process is supervised by District Pay-Unit for schools. District Education Office and Pay Unit had also arranged training programmes for the concerning clerks regarding the registration of staff for the online scheme.
However, the training did not result in completing the work early. Sources informed that there are a number technical irregularities in appointments of teachers, pay fixations, seniority lists, etc.
Court cases which arc pending are other hurdles in the way to complete the process of all the schools in the district. On the other hand there are no directions to pass offline salary bills, informed sources.
Vidarhha Junior College Teachers' Association and Zilla Mukhya-ahyapak Sangh have intervened asking the authorities to postpone the online hill process for a couple of months or to pass bills of the institutes where no technical problems have come up.
However, there are few chances that the teaching and non-teaching will receive payments by April end.
Polling for last phase in Maharashtra 2014 Election
Polling for the third and final phase of the Lok Sabha elections in Maharashtra will be held on April 24 to decide the fate of 338 candidates, including NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal and Union Minister Milind Deora, in the fray in 19 seats, including six constituencies in Mumbai.
Polling will be held in Nandurbar, Dhule, Jalgaon, Raver, Dindori, Nashik in North Maharashtra, Jalna, Aurangabad in Marathwada, Palghar, Bhiwandi, Kalyan, Thane in Thane district and Raigad, besides all the six constituencies of Mumbai North, Mumbai North Central, Mumbai South Central, Mumbai South, Mumbai North East and Mumbai North West.
Of the 338 candidates in the electoral fray, 149 are independents and 26 women. While, out of the total 3,17,39,442 voters, 1,70,20,383 are men and 1,46,22,713 are women. There are 12 constituencies with over 16 candidates. Aurangabad has the highest number of 27 candidates, while Nandurbar has the lowest number of nine contestants.
Thane (20,72,476 voters) is the largest parliamentary seat while Mumbai South central (14,46,979 voters) is the smallest. There are 121 candidates from registered political parties other than recognised national and state parties. BJP is contesting 11, Shiv Sena eight, Congress ten, NCP eight, MNS seven, CPI 2 and CPM 3 seats. BSP is contesting all the 19 seats.
Allow us to appear in examination, students to varsity
AS THE RTMNU authorities Tail to take a final call on plea of these students. the knocked the doors of the High Court, stating dial though they were ineligible for admission to the Higher Class, yet on the basis of the notification of September 13, 2013. they were given admission. Now. they have cleared there backlog subject or the remaining back log subjects and are within the permissible limits of die ATKT Rules. 2003. they be permitted to take the examination for the 5th, 6th Semester or the 7th, 8th Semester as the case may be together or alternatively permit them to take the 5th-7th semester in die Summer 2014 exam.