Karnataka: Thousands of teachers on the road, 2 km long jam in Bengaluru, against Yeddyurappa government's decision
In Karnataka, the state government issued a decree of 30 percent reduction in the salary of teachers due to Corona, against which thousands of teachers, staff and heads of private schools staged a huge rally in the city of Tech against the order on Tuesday. A management member of a private school in Karnataka said, "We have organized a rally in the city to reconsider our order to reduce the state government's tuition fees by 30 per cent as we run schools and teachers and others Unable to pay salaries to employees.
A rally of around 50,000 people from the railway station to Freedom Park in the city center blocked the 2-km road, disrupting traffic here for hours. The member told the media, "As we are facing financial crisis due to non-submission of admission and tuition fees from all the students, we have urged the state government to compensate our teaching and non-teaching staff."
Here, the grant of 12 colleges in Delhi has not been released recently, in such a situation, the teachers and staff of these colleges are mentally under stress due to non-payment of salary. Many teachers are facing problems in EMI, house rent, car loan, depositing children's fees and running a family. The Delhi Teachers Association met the Dean of Colleges and Registrar of the University of Delhi on this subject and assured them that they would act as a dialogue between the government and the university. The DTA will soon meet Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia to release grants for 12 fully funded colleges for the last four months.
A delegation of the Delhi Teachers Association, Delhi Teachers Association (DTA) met the Dean of Colleges Dr. Balram Pani of the University of Delhi and Dr. Vikas Gupta, Registrar (Registrar). The meeting was about the demand for extension of governing body of 28 government funded colleges of Delhi. There was a demand from Delhi University Administration that 28 colleges under the Delhi Government be given extension to the governing body of the funded. Among those who submitted the memorandum, Secretary Dr. Manoj Kumar Singh was also with them.