All India Primary Teachers Federation (AIPTF) has immense pleasure in launching its website for our members and teaching fraternity in India and globally. AIPTF is an affiliating body of Primary teachers’ organizations in the country. More than 2.3 million teachers are its members. The teachers unions in 24 states are affiliated to it.
It came into existence into the year 1954 to work effectively for defending and promoting teachers rights and interests and contributing towards achieving quality education for all. It has completed sixty years of existence in 2014 and it is one of the a few selected teachers’ unions in the country which are still surviving with many odds and leaving an impact on educational scenario of the country.
AIPTF also aims to unite all teachers working in the elementary level throughout India under one roof to foster the spirit of brotherhood/sisterhood and cooperation among all the members of the profession and to safeguard and promote the rights and privileges of primary teachers on all matters relating to their employment and conditions of service and create consciousness about their duties and responsibilities. Read More…
Homage to Smt. Sulabha A. Donde
The AIPTF noted with deep sorrow and pain the sad demise of Smt. Sulabha A. Donde, Senior Vice-President and Chairperson, Women’s Committee, All India Primary Teachers’ Federation on 3rd June 2019.
Sh. Ram Pal Singh called an emergency meeting of staff members and paid homage to her. He expressed that a vacuum has been created with her departure and AIPTF is in a state of shock and remembered her contributions, work done in the field of women’s empowerment, securing a better place for women in the union.
At this juncture, we the members of AIPTF, pray to God that her soul rests in peace and give strength to her family members and friends to bear this irreparable loss.
Date: 3rd June 2019
(Ram Pal Singh)
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