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Minority Votebank Politics : B.Ed, D.El.Ed free courses by BJP Govt : For ST Govt allocates 200 seats, for OBC 150, SC 150 but for Muslims 300 seats
TIWN July 28, 2018
Minority Votebank Politics : B.Ed, D.El.Ed free courses by BJP Govt : For ST Govt allocates 200 seats, for OBC 150, SC 150 but for Muslims 300 seats
PHOTO : Tribal Welfare Dept Minister Mebar Kr Jamatia, Tripura CM Biplab Deb, Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath at Pragna Bhawan in interaction programme of B.Ed, D.El.ED free courses. TIWN Pic July 28

AGARTALA, July 28 (TIWN): Not all minority, but only for a particular religion Muslim BJP Govt has preserved 300 seats in free B.Ed courses, at least in the speech of Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath it has been said at Prana Bhawan today. Addressing in Pragna Bhawan on Saturday which was conducted for the ST students who were qualified for B.Ed courses, Ratan Lal Nath said, “Our Govt cares for Tribals but we are giving first priority in the Education. Total 150 students are being sent now and more 50 will be sent later. In the same way, for OBC which is under my Dept 150 seats have been allocated and for SC which is under CM is also the same. In case of Muslims 300 seats we have allocated”. Question raises, why the minority reservation didn’t add Christians, Buddhists and other religions ? Is this because of political interest to grab the Muslim vote banks which is generally bagged with opposition Communists ?For ST girls College has been selected at Kadambini Women'sCollege of Education, Medinipur and for boys the College has been selected in Murshidabad.

“We want all of the 150 students should get jobs once they return to state and can easily qualify in TET examination. All of you have be passed with stars”, the Education Minister said.

When Education Minister was addressing in Pragna Bhawan on that time a huge numbers of ST candidates were agitating who could not qualify in the test, even though they were in merit list. They wanted to meet the CM but could not. Later Tribal welfare Minister Mebar Jamatia met them and said, he will look into the matter.

Noteworthy, Tripura State Govt has decided to bear all expenses of poor, talented students for B.Ed course along with two years more expenses after B.Ed completion which will help the student to get a job under Chief Minister’s 'Anuprerona Yojna' and the students are sent on that basis.

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