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Govt. to create ‘corpus fund’ to ensure timely payment of teachers’ salary

By Our Reporter | Shillong, Sep 25, 2018: 
Meghalaya Education Minister, Lahkmen Rymbui on Tuesday told the Assembly that the Government has taken the “bold” initiative to create a corpus fund of Rs 78, 07, 09, 000 in order to ensure an uninterrupted flow of funds to address problems arising out of delay in receiving funds from the Centre especially in the payment of the salary of the teachers.

State cabinet approves Education Policy 2018; This is a big decision, says Rymbui

Shillong, Sept 21, 2018: 

What may be termed as one of the major decisions taken by the NPP-led MDA government in Meghalaya, the State cabinet on Friday approved the State Education Policy 2018, a decision taken after months of consultations and discussions with stakeholders.

Cabinet increases merit scholarship for upper, lower primary schools

Shillong, Sept 07, 2018: 

The Meghalaya State Cabinet on Friday approved the appointment of lecturers in Tura and Williamnagar Government colleges besides giving a green signal to the proposal for the enhancement of merit scholarship for the upper and lower primary schools in the state.

Govt. requires additional funds of over Rs 100 cr to pay SSA teachers’ salaries

Shillong: Newly sworn-in Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma addresses a press conference in Shillong, Meghalaya on Tuesday. PTI Photo (PTI3_6_2018_000189B)

By Our Reporter | Shillong, Sept 05, 2018: 

Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma on Wednesday said that the State Government is facing an uphill task to mobilize additional funds for payment of the salaries of the SSA teachers in the State.

Unpaid Dues: MSSASA calls upon SSA teachers to refrain from taking part in protests

Shillong, Sept 1, 2018: 
The Meghalaya SSA School Association (MSSASA) on Saturday has called upon the all the SSA teachers to refrain from taking part in any agitation activities organised by group of teachers in the name of AMSSATA while highlighting that the matter pertaining to unpaid salary has already been taken up with the state government.

NIT Meghalaya not getting ‘good’ response from locals; Institute to apprise Centre

From Our Correspondent | Shillong, August 04, 2018:

The National Institute of Technology (NIT), Meghalaya rued that despite 50 percent of the seats being reserved for the locals, the institute, however, is not getting “good” response from the young students of Meghalaya. This was revealed by NIT director, Bibhuti Bhusan Biswal.

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