The six employees were dismissed from government service for having terror links and working as Over Ground Workers (OGW).
This step has been taken by the finance department in view of the huge pendency of arrears of electricity by government departments in the union territory.
Of the 12,092 government employees who have opted to serve in Ladakh, as many as 4,712 employees serve in the Education Department.
This comes a day after eleven employees of the Jammu and Kashmir government were sacked for terror links.
As per the revised guidelines, all educational institutions in J&K shall remain closed till June 15.
Authority of forces getting undermined, Governor rule will help restore normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir: Ex-DGP Kuldeep Khoda
He feels now that Governor's rule has been imposed, things should improve and law and order management should be better.
BJP leader said it has become untenable for the BJP to continue in the alliance government as ended it's alliance with the PDP party in Jammu and Kashmir