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Job aspirants sought clarification from State Govt on Teachers Recruitment Policy, Vacancy
TIWN Feb 17, 2018
Job aspirants sought clarification from State Govt on Teachers Recruitment Policy, Vacancy
PHOTO : B.ed students holding protest in front of Secretariat. TIWN File Photo.

AGARTALA, Feb 17 (TIWN): Teaching job aspirants have sought Govt’s clarification about how many teachers the Govt approximate appoint per year. Sometimes, Education Minister saying, he would recruit 14000 teachers if qualified candidates are found, sometimes he is saying TET will be super-filtered to get excellent teachers and sometimes talking about relaxation for teachers recruitment leading massive resentments among job aspirants.

Biplab Deb Govt for the first time in Tripura’s history unemployed youths were arrested, legal notices were sent against them after protest. In this condition unemployment rate has reached at 30.9% whereas in a brutal move, all ongoing recruitments were cancelled, regardless, Govt sectors and TPSC led interviews. Almost a year has been crossed amid nil-recruitment.

Even though few teachers were recruited but less in number in compare to other years, but permanently the hopes of recruitment has been banished through an official press release by the Finance Dept.

Education dept was showcaused by Finance Dept why recruitments were done. Over 8000 half done recruitments were cancelled after BJP Govt assumed in power and those posts were never reinitiated for fulfilling, whereas in BJP’s Vision Document published by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, it was clearly said that once BJP will be in power, it will recruit 50,000 unemployed youths in various Govt Depts in the first year but almost 10 months have been gone, so far no recruitment was proceeded, rather 2018 left as a  year for Tripura’s 7 lakhs unemployed youths almost without recruitment.

With the increasing unemployment problem in Tripura, resentment, frustration have been spiked up among the jobless youths and resentment brewed among Govt job aspirants whose jobs were not only cancelled half-done but the future job opportunities were also snatched by Govt notification. The unemployed youths thus left with only options as rearing cows and opening paan shops, which was also Chief Minister Biplab Deb's suggestion for 7 lakh unemployed youths. 

Today, even BJP’s ally Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad has asked the BJP led State Govt to recruit teachers in faster manner.

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