Monthly salary of guest scholar will be up to Rs 50 thousand

Guest scholars working in all government colleges will be given monthly salary instead of working day and it will be up to Rs 50 thousand. Guest scholars from technical education will participate in it. Guest scholars will get the same leave facilities as government servants. The honorarium of guest speakers will also be Rs 20 thousand.

The guest scholars will also be given the facility of transfer to their nearby college, wherever they wish, instead of their own college during an academic session. Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan made these announcements while addressing the Panchayat of guest scholars and guest lecturers here today. He said that the state government has taken these important decisions to end the uncertainty in the lives of guest scholars and guest lecturers.

Shri Chouhan said that such a system will be made so that the situation of falling out does not arise. Instructions will be given to start the process to reserve 25 percent posts by revising the PSC examination for guest scholar lecturers. Currently, guest scholars are given 4 and maximum 20 additional marks every year. This should be increased to a maximum of 10 percent marks. Necessary arrangements will be made for this.

Shri Chouhan said that now any guest scholar or lecturer who is continuously teaching will not be excluded. Guest teachers and lecturers from ITI, Polytechnic and Engineering Colleges will also be eligible.

Any guest scholar and lecturer who is continuously teaching will not be excluded. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that Madhya Pradesh is a very big state, it is the heart of the country. There is a place in my heart for these four-four and a half thousand people of the state. Various provisions have been made from time to time for the welfare of different classes and different categories of officers and employees. Guest scholars and guest lecturers are also eligible. He has been given the important responsibility of improving the future of the students.

The Chief Minister said that guest scholars and guest lecturers are integral parts of our family. The state government is committed to provide various facilities to guest scholars and guest lecturers. Guest scholars and guest lecturers should get involved in providing better education.

On this occasion, Higher Education Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav, Chairman of State Employees Welfare Committee Shri Ramesh Chandra Sharma, Chairman of General Category Welfare Commission Shri Shiv Kumar Choubey and Chairman of Madhya Pradesh Rural/Urban Unorganized Workers Board Shri Sultan Singh Shekhawat and other public representatives were present. .

When two sisters drew attention during the tour

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that when he is on tour in various districts of the state, he also gets information about public problems. Once during a visit, two sisters were trying to meet after the inauguration of a college. Even after being stopped by the security personnel, she continued to express her views. Information about his problem was received at the venue. After completion of the program, a request was made to have tea in the Principal’s room. I called my sisters and discussed with them. These two sisters were guest lecturers. After listening to their problem, I had resolved not to let tears come to the eyes of this class. After drawing the attention of these two sisters, necessary instructions have been given to the concerned departments. Today there has been a coincidence of taking necessary decisions for guest scholars and lecturers.