106 RGPV Ad-Hoc Teachers Sacked In Madhya Pradesh

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106 RGPV Ad-Hoc Teachers Sacked In Madhya Pradesh
Schools, colleges and universities across the country are shut due to the coronavirus pandemic but ad-hoc teachers have now been hit hard by it.

In BJP-ruled Madhya Pradesh, 106 such ad-hoc teachers have lost their jobs. They were teaching at the Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (Technological University) in Bhopal.

Due to the lockdown, the embattled teachers, troubled by losing their jobs, cannot come out onto the streets in opposition but they are registering their protest.

The ad-hoc teachers claim that on March 20 the Labour Ministry and on April 15 AICTE had clearly stated that no organisation will either stop salaries of employees or remove them from their posts.

Despite this, 106 ad-hoc Assistant Professors of the RGPV have lost their jobs. Teachers are now holding protests at their homes itself.

Meanwhile, online classes are being held at RGPV. Teachers who have been fired said that this is bound to have an impact on the future of students.

There are around 140 ad-hoc teachers at RGPV in Madhya Pradesh, out of whom 106 have lost their jobs. It is believed that the remaining teachers will also be dismissed from their teaching positions soon.

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