Monday, July 22, 2024

NEHUTA’s new EC to address issues of teachers


Share post:


By Our Reporter

SHILLONG, June 10: The new Executive Committee of the North-Eastern Hill University Teachers’ Association (NEHUTA) aims to address core issues affecting the teaching fraternity, some of which include timely promotions, correction of career advancement dates, and the promotion from stage 5 to 6.
The NEHUTA had recently elected its new Executive Committee for the year 2024-25 by selecting its most active and vocal members to lead the same. The newly elected body took over charge from the outgoing committee on June 6.
The new Executive Committee is also likely to tackle concerns surrounding the appointments of Deans in the School of Social Sciences and the School of Economics, Management, and Information Sciences.
Expressing its commitment towards academic standards, the new committee also plans to address declining academic and service quality for both teachers and students.
The NEHUTA has also assured engaging with national and regional educational priorities, and advocating for policies that positively impact NEHU and the higher education landscape.
It may be mentioned that the office-bearers of the new Executive Committee include Prof. Lakhon Kma (president), Prasenjit Biswas (vice-president), Marbhador M. Khymdeit (general secretary), Dr. Juwesh Binong (joint secretary), Dr. Arnab Maji (treasurer), among others.
It may be mentioned that the first meeting of the Executive Committee will be scheduled soon to set the agenda for the coming year, focusing on the betterment of the NEHU and higher education in Meghalaya.


Related articles

MeECL studying HC judgment on ‘equal pay for equal work’

Shillong, July 21: The Meghalaya Energy Corporation Limited (MeECL) is examining the recent judgment by the single bench...

10 NE councils to ask Centre to table Sixth Schedule Amendment Bill in Parliament

SHILLONG, July 21: The ten autonomous council (ACs) and territorial councils (TCs) of the Northeastern states have unanimously...

KSU vows to continue drive against labourers

SHILLONG, July 21: The Khasi Students’ Union (KSU) on Sunday said while the state government examines various mechanisms...

TMC undecided on contesting Gambegre bypoll

SHILLONG, July 21: The Trinamool Congress has gone quiet about the Gambegre by-polls with the state unit yet...