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GoM set up to look into contract lecturers' need

HYDERABAD: The state government has constituted a group of ministers (GoM) to look into the demands of contract junior lecturers and para-medical staff working with health department in the st

Published: 14th February 2012 03:13 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:55 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The state government has constituted a group of ministers (GoM) to look into the demands of contract junior lecturers and para-medical staff working with health department in the state.

The committee will submit its report within a month after studying the demands of junior lecturers and para medical staff. The six-member committee comprises health minister DL Ravindra Reddy, secondary education minister Kolusu Parthasarathi,  primary education minister S Sailajanath, finance minister Anam Ramanarayana Reddy, civil supplies minister D Sridhar Babu and  law and courts minister Erasu Prathapa Reddy.

The special chief secretary to health department and principal secretary to school education will be the convenors of  their respective department issues. The government constituted the committee following the nine-day strike of 8,300 contract junior lecturers. Though, as many as 1,700 government degree college contract lecturers had been part of that strike, the government did not mention about the issue in the GO issued.



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