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Assam: Inquiry ordered against 70 contractual teachers as inconsistency in salary withdrawal takes place

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At least 70 contractual teachers across 20 districts of Assam called for the inconsistent withdrawal of salaries. 

Initiatives taken

As per the report submitted by the Director of Accounts & Treasuries, Dispur, the DSE (Director of Secondary Education), Assam has directed the IS (Inspector of Schools) of those 20 districts to be present with relevant records and documents in the hearing slated in the Director’s office on November 22. Nevertheless, the chief minister has asked the DSE to sort out the matter as soon as possible.

Teachers yet to receive salary

A total of 4,970 contractual teachers did not receive salaries in their respective bank accounts in August, September and October 2021. This happened as the government altered the earlier system of salary disbursement and introduced the online system — CTMIS (Computerized Treasury Management Information System).

Current update

On  November 18, the DSE asked the IS (Inspector of Schools) of these 20 districts again to be present physically in the hearing in the DSE office on November 22. Further, the DSE attached the list of the 70 contractual teachers.

Involved in the scam

The district-wise number of teachers allegedly involved in the scam are: Barpeta (seven teachers); Bongaigaon (three); Cachar (six); Darrang (two); Dhemaji (one); Dibrugarh (four); Dima Hasao (three); Goalpara (nine); Golaghat (one); Jorhat (eight), Kamrup-M (one); Kamrup (two); Karbi Anglong (four); Karimgani (one); Lakhimpur (two); Nagaon (five); Nalbari (one); Sivasagar (four) Sonitpur (five); and Tinsukia (one).

Also read: ASSAM TET SCAM: CID NABS 7 MORE TEACHERS ALONG WITH 2 MIDDLEMEN

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