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Teachers Crisis hits Tripura rural schools, Quality Education nowhere visible, TET qualified youths left jobless amid 14000 vacancies announced by Ratanlal Nath
TIWN July 25, 201
Teachers Crisis hits Tripura rural schools, Quality Education nowhere visible, TET qualified youths left jobless amid 14000 vacancies announced by Ratanlal Nath
PHOTO : Education Minister Ratanlal Nath visited a school. TIWN File Photo. Photo inset : Teachers less, bench-less classes in Bishalgrah JB School. TIWN Pic July 24

AGARTALA, July 25 (TIWN): The slow-going recruitment process has hit quality education in Tripura due to acute teachers crisis whereas TET qualified youths left jobless. On Wednesday, TIWN published a news showing how teachers are bound to take classes of multiple standards jointly in Bishalgarh JB School due to teachers crisis at there. Lack of infrastructure is also a major issue of pathetic education setups and in comments below the news, TET qualified youths asked the Govt to give them chance to serve these students. Even though Govt has decided also to transfer teachers from town areas to rural schools to mitigate the gaps but there is sluggishness to fill up the vacancies. Education Dept has told media that 147 schools in Tripura having students bearing numbers of less than 10 students. In the contrary, the teachers crisis is not yet ended, neither the agonies of the B.Ed qualified, TET passed unemployed youths. At the same time, having a huge numbers of qualified people, Tripura facing towards massive unemployment rate at 26.2%.

Around thousands of qualified job aspirants have expressed resentments about recruitment delays, which the Govt is unable to handle under unknown reasons. Tripura Govt has to focus on Teachers Recruitment as well as recruitments in other departments. Total 1141 TET qualified B.ed holders are left jobless.

Not only 791 but the numbers of qualified TET passed, B.Ed holders are now 1141 who are roaming jobless. But in a strange connotation, Govt of Tripura has arranged special relaxation for B.Ed which has raised eyebrows. Tripura has over 5000 B.Ed holders whereas according to Education Minister Ratanlal Nath’s claim around 14000 teaching posts are vacant, but due to lack of eligible candidates Govt is unable to fill up the vacant posts but instead of appointing B.Ed holder TET passed teachers first Education Dept is hurrying for relaxation in B.Ed which is quite contradictory and against the interest of Quality Education when in reality there are B.Ed holders available in the state and more than thousands among them are TET qualified. TIWN has been informed that in the year 2018 , TRBT conducted two times TET exam. First one in the month of September ,  known as 2018 Session 1 TET exam and in that exam total 791 candidate qualified (TET 1-354 & TET 2-437).And the Second exam conducted in the month of December , know as 2018 Session 2 Tet exam and in that exam total 350 candidate are qualified ( TET 1 -128  & Tet 2- 222 )

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