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October 8, 2015

AIOU announces incentives for low-grade employees

Islamabad

 
October 8, 2015

Islamabad
The Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) on Wednesday announced a package of incentives for its low-grade employees for improving their working environment, enabling them to deliver best possible services to students and achieving the target of quality education.
The package of incentives was announced by AIOU Vice-Chancellor Dr. Shahid Siddiqui at the oath-taking ceremony of Employee Welfare Association.
The package includes upgradation of medical and housing facilities and promotion of employees to their next grade. As per the announcement, the Departmental Promotion Committee will meet this week. Three additional blocks will be constructed in the residential colony to increase the living space. Beside this, a community centre would also be constructed.
Under the package, working conditions of the daily-wagers and labourers will also be improved. The university will also take measures for easy payment of monthly pension to its retired employees. A scheme has also been prepared for payment of remuneration to its 70,000 tutors through a local bank.
Dr. Siddiqui also highlighted the measures taken in the recent years for the development of the university and promotion of its good image. Greater emphasis has been laid on provision of quality education and maximising research work. A time-frame has been laid down for delivery of books as well as timely announcement of examination results and completion of the admission process.
He hoped that employees will perform their duties with commitment and devotion to provide best possible services to students and expanding educational facilities.
The fifth time elected president, Malik Muhammad Saeed and the secretary general assured the vice chancellor that they will stand by the administration in achieving stipulated targets in the academic field. They appreciated the vice chancellor for his efforts in improving their working conditions.
Earlier, the vice chancellor administered

oath to the newly-elected office-bearers of the employees. The ceremony was attended by registrar Dr. Muhammad Naeem Qureshi and other senior officers besides a large number employees.

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