DHAKA: The agitating teachers of non-government primary schools gave an ultimatum to the government till June 30, for the nationalization of their jobs.
The leaders of National (registered) Non-Government Primary Teachers’ Oikya Parishad came up with the ultimatum in a human chain organized in front of the National Press Club in the city.
Amongst the others, Additional Secretary General of Oikya Parishad Jakir Hossain, Presidium member of Bangladesh College Teachers’ Association Prof Alamgir hossain, Secretary General of Madrasa Teachers’ Association Delwar Hossain spoke in the programme, presided over organization chairman Prof Selim Mia.
Speakers said they have been placing their demand from the time when the incumbent government assumed in power but get nothing but hopes.
The teachers demanded allocation of sufficient money for the teachers in the budget, increase of job age from 65 to 67 years, implementation of job policy, promotion of private college teachers to Prof and Assistant Prof, free education till class ten, higher salary and allowance for teachers with higher degrees.
Besides, they also declared to announce new programmes if their demands are not met within June 30.
Meanwhile, they would submit a memorandum to the Prime Minister on June 17.
BDST: 1554 HRS, JUN 07, 2012
Edited by: Tilka Binte Mehtab, Newsroom Editor / Abul Kalam Azad, Newsroom Editor
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