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Teachers urge govt to address pay disparities

Islamabad : Teachers of the federal government colleges have demanded that government should take measures to reduce disparities in the pay and allowances of the employees in the federal budget 2022-23. Anum Kaleem, joint secretary of Federal Government College Teachers Association (FGCTA) said, “We are in state of shock to listen the budget proposals in

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College teachers take up issues with FDE chief

Islamabad : The representatives of Federal Government College Teachers Association (FGCTA) met Federal Directorate of Education Director General Dr Ikram Ali Malik and informed him about the issues facing their community and educational institutions. FGCTA President Dr Rahima Rahman apprised the DG regarding various issues faced by Federal Government Colleges like shortage of faculty, overlapping

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Teachers take out rally for pay raise, upgradation

Islamabad : The federal government employees have warned they will stage a sit-in in the federal capital again if their demands for pay raises and promotions are not accepted by May 23. They issued the warning during a rally arranged by the All Government Employees Grand Alliance (AGEGA) in front of Parliament House. The participants

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Teachers demand timely rental payment

Islamabad : The college teachers of Islamabad Capital Territory have expressed disappointment over excessive delay in payment of their rental ceiling as well as discrimination in the assessment of the rents of their hired houses. According to an official source, the authorities are unable to release payments of the rental ceiling to the owners of

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Teachers protest for pay raise, allowances merger

Islamabad Teachers along with other government employees, under the banner of the All Government Employees Grand Alliance (AGEGA), staged a protest on Tuesday to remind the government about its promises made on February 11, 2021, including pay raise and merger of allowances. Thousands of employees gathered at Q Block Finance Division before marching on Parliament

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