12 thousand teachers and employees will get retirement and welfare money
It takes a few years for the teachers and employees of the private educational institutions to get the money from the retirement and welfare fund accumulated throughout their career.
It has been decided to give this facility to 12 thousand teachers at a time keeping in view the year of Mujib.
According to the relevant sources, the Retirement and Welfare Board has taken initiative to pay the dues of 12,000 teachers and employees of the retired MPO as a gift in the year of Mujib.
604 crore has been demanded from the government for this.
According to the Board of Teachers and Employees Retirement Benefits of Private Educational Institutions, those who applied on July 1, 2016 have not yet received the money.
In other words, even after almost three years of retirement, the teachers and staff are not understanding their dues.
Since then, 25,309 applications have been submitted for disposal till March 21 this year. Which requires 2,700 crore rupees to pay.
It is learned that Tk 620 crore is deposited in the fund every year with the money deducted from the salaries of teachers and staff at the rate of six per cent per month.
Thousands of crores of rupees are required to pay the allowance. Where there is a deficit of 260 crore rupees.
The board wants to pay the dues of 12,000 teachers and employees in the year of Mujib. 1,284 crore will be needed for this.
In the remaining eight months of Mujib’s year, Tk 480 crore will be recovered by deducting six per cent from the salaries of teachers and staff.
There will be a deficit of Tk 604 crore.
The Retirement Benefits Board wants a special allocation of this money under the special program of Mujibvarsha.
That’s why Board Member Secretary Principal Sharif Ahmed Saadi has applied to the Ministry of Education.
In this regard, Sharif Ahmed Saadi told Jago News, “The government is giving something to everyone in the year of Mujib.
We want to bring some gifts for these teachers who have been lighting the lamp of life all their lives. ‘