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Lecturers demand separate directorate for secondary education

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Dharamshala, Apr 4 (UNI) Endorsing the Himachal Pradesh government's decision to implement the Centrally sponsored Elementary Education (EE) system in the state, the HP School Lecturers Association (HPSLA) today demanded a separate Directorate for the Secondary Education to boost elementary education.

HPSLA President Vinod Choudary said state Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh said the interests of the school cadre lecturers must be safeguarded and taken into the consideration as envisaged in the EE policy.

He promised the Himachal Pradesh government that the school lecturer cadre would extend all support to the government in making the EE a success in the state.

However, any attempt harming the interests of the state government would be opposed, he said, adding that the interests of school lecturers should also be safeguarded while framing the new Recruitment and Promotion rules.

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