Assistant Professors Association submits Demand letter to – Education Minister Punjab


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Nabha: The Guest Faculty Assistant Professors Association, which has been protesting against the government for the last several days, handed over a memorandum to the state’s Higher Education Minister Pargat Singh. Led by the state president of the association Prof. Harminder Singh Dimple Nabha, members of various government colleges of Punjab arrived at his residence in Chandigarh to meet Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi. Despite this, he could not meet the Chief Minister even after being itchy all day. 

Speaking on the occasion State President Mr. Harminder Singh Dimple said that the Guest Faculty Assistant Professors Union had staged a dharna around the office of the Secretary Higher Education Punjab at Mohali and the Secretary Higher Education Mr. Krishan Kumar through the police administration on November 15 A meeting was held at 4:00 pm for the departmental meeting at Mohali. The state president said that the house of Higher Education Minister Pargat Singh was besieged by the organization in Jalandhar today. On the occasion, Higher Education Minister Pargat Singh joined the protest and assured that a letter would be issued on November 16 to secure the jobs of 906 guest faculty assistant professors. On this occasion, the members of the state committee said that they would continue protest in the colleges till the Punjab government issues a written letter. On this occasion Po. Mr. Lakhwinder Singh Nabha, Mr. Narinder Singh Nabha, Mr. Hukam Chand Patiala, Mr. Dharamjit Mann Jalwera, Mr. Joga Singh Gurdaspur, Mr. Amarinder Singh Faridkot etc. were present. 

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