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1141 TET Qualified youths left jobless, frustrated in Tripura : No assured future promised by Education Dept yet
TIWN Aug 1, 2019
1141 TET Qualified youths left jobless, frustrated in Tripura : No assured future promised by Education Dept yet
PHOTO : TET Qualified unemployed youths protesting at Education Office (Left). TIWN Pic March 11, 2019

AGARTALA, Aug 1 (TIWN): Even after continuous pressure from the unemployed people and media, there is no statement from the Education Dept about the ongoing teachers’ crisis issue in rural schools, hitting the quality of Education. Although town area’s schools are having good numbers of teachers but urban and rural areas left as just as skeletons of infrastructure. Till now, Govt has not discussed before media whether the TET qualified job aspirants will be recruited or not. Amid Govt’s attempt to increase the quality of education, teachers’ crisis has hit the schools in reality and teachers are . Govt has decided also to transfer teachers from town areas to rural schools to mitigate the gaps. 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.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.

It was BJP to promise Tripura before Assembly Election 2018 to fillup 50000 posts in Govt depts in one year indeed. 

However, with a hope of employment generation, 1,200 teachers will be recruited by year ending, but state Govt also had called for teachers’ recruitment with special relaxation of B.Ed. That exam will be conducted in November-December month of 2019.

Tripura has multi thousand B.Ed holders whereas huge numbers of TET qualified with B.Ed left jobless.

Teachers recruitment has ushered hopes among teaching job aspirants, but Tripura Education Minister Ratanlal Nath earlier said that there are 14000 vacant posts available for teachers but due to lack of qualified candidates, these posts are left vacant, which is however not true. 

Unemployment rate in Tripura according to CMIE report is 23.3%. 

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