Karkala: Minister Anjaneya assures pending emoluments to census honorary teachers
By B Pundalika Marate
Bellevision Media Network
Karkala, 01 Jan 2017: Eighteen honorary teachers in the taluk who were involved in social/educational/caste survey conducted by state revenue department through backward classes Commission during April and May 2015 were not paid their honorarium so far. The pleas to Karkala Tahsildar, Deputy Commissioner, local elected peoples representatives and CM and revenue department have gone in vain.
Meanwhile, B Pundalika Marate, the journalist and senior teacher of St Joseph’s Higher Primary School, Belman, near here met S Anjaneya, state minister of backward classes welfare at Bengaluru, on Friday, December 30, in the presence state sports, youth empowerment, fisheries and Udupi district-in-charge minister Pramod Madwaraj and briefed about the injustice to honorary teachers who are deprived of their honorarium for their services related to census.
The minister Anjaneya offered assurances to instruct the taluk authority to release the honorarium of distressed teachers at the earliest.