Fate of adhoc employees hangs in balance
CENTRALLY SPONSORED SCHEMES
Srinagar, Apr 13: Fate of hundreds of employees, working under the ambitious schemes launched by centre and state government hangs in balance as they are awaiting regularization even years after they were appointed.
The centrally sponsored schemes under which the employees have been working include: Indra Awas Yojna [IAY], Integrated Child Development Scheme [ICDS], Sampoorna Gramin Rozgar Yojana [SGRY], Swarnjayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana [SGSY], Sakshar Bharat Mission, National Aids Control and National Tuberculosis Program.
Employees working under state owned programs like Sakshar Bharat Mission and National Rural Health Mission told Greater Kashmir that they have been working on contract basis for almost six years. “We have been awaiting regularization but till date nothing has been done,” they said.
Sources in administration said communiqués from Ministry of Human Resource Development have directed the State Education Department to receive applications from the candidates for their regularization.
“Sakshar Bharat has almost 70-80 ad-hoc employees who are awaiting regularization,” said an employee.
The ad-hoc employees of NRHM said if they were not regularized they would take the matter with MHRD and Chief Minister. “We have been virtually fighting for our regularization but nobody is paying heed towards our pleas. If we are not regularized we will be rendered jobless in due course of time,” said an employee Muhammad Iqbal.
Employees working under the schemes of National Aids Control and National Tuberculosis Program for over seven years said, “If the center and state are planning to continue the schemes then why don’t they regularize us, “said a contractual employee, Habibullah Wani.
“We have given our blood and sweat to work for the schemes and we have nowhere to go except getting a permanent job and continuing the work,” he added.
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