3 years on, over 150 AMC teachers yet to get pay arrears
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The city municipal school board authorities are sitting pretty on the due payment of arrears of more than 150 teachers for the past three years.
If dues are paid in full, the teachers would get about Rs 1.50 lakh each. Administrative Officer of the municipal school board Dr L D Desai admitted the delay in payment of arrears. However, he promised that the payments should be cleared in the next seven days positively.
"There is acute shortage of employees in the Board," he said, adding, "This has forced the Board to go for outsourcing of its routine accounts job which included fixation of pay of these teachers."
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