The Non-Govt Aided Colleges Management Federation today called for an all-out fight to protect the autonomy of the higher educational institutions in Punjab and Chandigarh.
With the announcement of probation, the salaries of the village and ward secretariat employees would be paid as per the new Pay Revision Commission.
Slain singer Sidhu Moose Wala's mother has questioned the AAP government's move of pruning his son's security cover and asked whether the state's coffers will be filled now.
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They lauded the implementation of Nadu-Nedu, introduction of English as a medium of instruction and other initiatives that the CM has put in place to improve standards of education.
The government has decided to stagger paddy transplantation into four phases starting June 18 by, for the first time, dividing the state into four zones, in an effort to reduce the use of power.
The CM said Punjab aims to be among the most investment friendly destinations and his government is already roping in more industrial tycoons to set up their ventures in the state.
Out of the total 25,000 government jobs, 10,000 would be offered for various posts in Punjab Police whereas the remaining 15,000 jobs would be given in other departments.
The CM said his government has redefined the social welfare delivery system through Direct Benefit Transfer to give them a place of pride in society.
In his petition, the retired professor contended that the government employees going on strike is not just anti-constitutional, but also against the service rules.
The PRC Struggle Committee leaders boycotted an informal meeting, called by a government-appointed committee of ministers to break the impasse, and went ahead with its planned action plan.
AAP MLA Atishi had earlier in a statement said the government had released the funds ahead of time but alleged financial mismanagement in colleges, which was readily refuted by college managements.
Atishi, interacted with entrepreneurs, investors and businessmen who converged at the global convention.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal flagged off the train amid chants of 'Jai Shri Ram' by devotees.
'The AAP government led by Arvind Kejriwal has completely failed to control pollution in Delhi and is instead indulging in a blame game,' Punjab minister Gurkirat Singh said.