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Aided college lecturers to meet on March 1

Special Correspondent

HYDERABAD: The Andhra Pradesh Aided Junior College Lecturers' Association has decided to approach the Government to apprise it about members' grievances.

They include re-deployment of staff, non-filling of vacant posts and stagnation in increments.

The grievances/demands of the lecturers would be discussed at the emergency meeting of the association at A.K.V.R. Junior College, Ongole, on March 1 in view of the Government's "impertinent" and "detrimental" attitude.

The association said in a press release on Sunday that stoppage of principals' promotions, non-extension of Government Order No. 421 to aided junior colleges would also be discussed at the meeting.

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