Shillong, February 22, 2021(MMP): The Khasi Jaintia Defici9t School Teachers’ Association along with its Garo Hills counterparts today decided to give fourteen days’ time to the state Government to clear their dues, failing which, the teachers will be compelled to adopt other confrontational programmes. Speaking to the media at the Shillong Press Club, the Vice President, Mrs. Susan said the demand of the teachers for implementing the recommendation of the Fifth Pay Commission for the Deficit School Teachers in the state, retirement benefits and other facilities have fallen into the deaf ears of the state Government. She said that the teachers have been toiling over the years in order to improve the standard of education in the state and the state Government is unwilling to give their just demand. She strongly criticized the state Government’s lukewarm attitude to come to their rescue for its inability to clear the 30 crore rupees dues to the teachers. She said that the state Government has been collecting the Cess for improvement of education, but nothing tangible is seen on the ground.
Shillong, November, 25, 2019-11-25 (MMP): Meghalaya Governor Tathagata Roy today approved the name of Latiplang Kharkongor, as the new Chief Executive Member of the Khasi Hill Autonomous District Council. In a letter to Deputy Commissioner of East Khasi Hills District, Matsiewdor War, Deputy Secretary to Governor. A. Laking Roy, said, “I am […]
Shillong, March 7, 2019 (MMP): The Khasi Hills Autonomous District Council (KHADC) today elected its Chairman, P. N. Syiem and also the Chief Executive Member (CEM), T. Dkhar unopposed in two separate sessions held at 11.00 a.m. and 2.00 p.m. In both these two sessions, members of the KHADC showered all praises to P.N. Syiem […]
District Administration of East Khasi Hills district conducts random antigen testing in Police Bazaar and Iewduh
Shillong, August 19, 2020 (MMP): In Meghalaya as the number of COVID 19 cases continues to rises, District Administration of East Khasi Hills district today continue the random antigen testing in Police Bazaar and Iewduh. Deputy Commissioner M. War Nongbri informed that random testing is crucial in identifying the COVID 19 situation in the State. […]