Govt. waits for HC nod to unified service rules

  • | Wednesday | 14th March, 2018

Key to promotionsTelangana government had then sent amendments to the unified service rules to the Centre, got President’s assent and even a gazette notification was issued. The Apex Court, however, said the Presidential Order should be amended before giving promotions to the teaches based on unified service rules. The implementation of unified service rules was key to giving promotions to the teachers as Mandal Education Officers. Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Kadiyam Srihari has said that the government is hoping that the High Court will vacate its stay on implementing unified service rules for the teachers of State government and local bodies’ schools. The Deputy Chief Minister was replying to a query in the Legislative Council here on Tuesday., Mr. Srihari said the long pending unified service rules for teachers of State government and local bodies moved a step forward when the Supreme Court, in its judgement in September 2015, said it had no objection for unified service rules.

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