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Meghalaya Cabinet approved regularisation of Services of over 2,400 govt teachers

by Rishika Choudhury

Date & Time: Jul 27, 2022 9:00 PM

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According to Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma, the Meghalaya cabinet approved a proposal on July 26 to regularise the services of 2,447 lower primary school teachers in government schools. "We have decided to regularise 2,447 teachers, and they will now receive benefits as regular employees," he said, adding that this has long been a demand of the teachers.

According to the chief minister, when the state government took over the lower primary schools in 1993, a large number of teachers were transferred to the government and became regular government employees. However, 2,447 teachers were left out of the process, and as a result, they did not receive pensions or other benefits.

This has happened for many reasons and I don’t want to go into details of that, he said. When the state government took over 2,568 schools of the district councils at that point in time, 136 schools were left out and not taken over by the state government, he said.

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