MCAST has urged the Malta Union of Academics (MUT) to elevate its directives on lecturers, which has seen college students leftexamination outcomes.
In an announcement to Lovin Malta, MCAST stated that the MUT’s measures are disproportionate and unfairly have an effect on college students, and that Principal Joachim James Calleja invited the Union to elevate the directives this morning.
The School additionally stated their college students have each proper to obtain their outcomes and claims to have been proactive in inviting the Union to settle the dispute to ensure that college students’ rights to prevail.
In line with the Principal, all excellent points that MUT has raised have been mentioned.
The Union, however, has acknowledged that it’s now as much as MCAST to conform in an effort to resolve the problems as quickly as attainable.
In his correspondence to the Union earlier at the moment, MCAST Principal Joachim James Calleja stated:
“It’s actually unlucky that the Union is taking such draconian measures in opposition to an academic establishment which is all the time open for dialogue with the MUT, in fixed contact with you and your colleagues, negotiating in the perfect curiosity of your members.”
He additionally reiterated that he’s “actually upset that the MUT takes measures to hurt the scholars’ curiosity and rights when all different pursuits of lecturing employees have been meticulously appeared into by administration and addressed professionally, effectively and successfully.”