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Odisha Education Service Association has decided to call off the strike

Bhubaneswar:25/11/18: Odisha Education Service (School Branch) Association has decided to call off the strike after the state government promised to restructure the Odisha Education Service cadre and implementation of cadre rule.

A high-level meeting, chaired by Chief Secretary Aditya Prasad Padhi, was held here on Saturday in the presence of Education service employees to discuss the issue.

After a brief discussion between the association members and the Mass Education Department officials, the state government promised to implement the cadre rule within one month or before the New Year.

With this decision, the Odisha Education Service (School Branch) members expressed their gratitude to the Chief Minister,  School and Mass Education Minister, the Finance Minister, the Chief Secretary and the Additional Chief Secretary, Finance Department.

Association president Pradip Kumar Nayak and general secretary Dr Sanatan Panda requested all Education service employees to join work from November 26.

Notably, Odisha Education Service (School Branch) Association employees have threatened to go on leave from November 26 if their demands were not met.

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