The non-teaching staff have participated in the state-wide agitation demanding the revival and reinstatement of the canceled government decision of the In-Service Revised Assured Pragati Yojana, implementation of the Seventh Pay Commission to university and college employees as per the provisions of the Seventh Pay Commission. The non-teaching staff here says that the protest is getting hundred percent response in Beed district.
The non-teaching staff have raised the weapon of strike during the 12th examinations due to non-fulfillment of their demands despite repeated demands. A non-teaching staff of eleven universities and twelve colleges are on strike to meet their demands. Students are in a state of confusion today as it is the first paper of the 12th exam. The question arises as to how all this will affect the exam.
However, it is considered certain that the students will suffer due to the indefinite strike of the non-teaching staff. Because the non-teaching staff are all on strike, how exactly will the exam be held? This question is also being asked by students. Now the students have directly requested Chief Minister Eknath Shinde to solve the issue of these employees.
Today is the first day of teachers’ strike and the non-teaching staff are saying that this strike is indefinite. If our demands are not met, the non-teaching staff have taken the stand that they will continue to protest.