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Tripura Colleges needs' lecturers recruitment
TIWN Aug 30, 2019
Tripura Colleges needs' lecturers recruitment
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AGARTALA, Aug 30 (TIWN): Victims of Asst Professor job aspirants are victimized regardless CPI-M and BJP Govt era. The Guest Lecturer culture which was started by CPI-M Govt now has spread like a disease even in the Central University depriving huge numbers of NET, SET, P.hd qualified unemployed youths. It has been said that after 2007 no vacant post was created in Colleges, whereas till 2019 the number of Colleges increased from 12 to 22. According to UGC rule, class rooms should have teachers-students ratio as 1 : 30, whereas presently in Tripura the ratio stands 1 : 99, but neither the previous govt did appoint a single Asst Professor for years after years nor the present Govt yet has started the process, although recently Tripura Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath said Govt is going to recruit teachers soon. Today the number of unemployed persons are at least 700 but sadly few already have become overage.

The deprived NET, SLET, P.hD holders are hoping for long 1.5 year that the new govt will take some initiative to solve their problems. 

Jobless victims who are either in private institution or working as guest lecturer said, "Earlier, many times we have protested, raised our demands. Deputation was placed in the SC/ST Welfare Dept. Our sole aim was to create vacant posts for state's colleges".

"Since 12 years, there was no recruitment as the vacancy was not created. But our demands were never taken seriously. Now we hope that the new govt will take some initiative and immediately will fill up the vacant posts", they said.

"After 2007 no vacant post was created. Surprisingly, on that time the number of Colleges were 12. In 12 Colleges the 661 vacant posts were necessary, but right now the number should be double at least, whereas the Asst Professors are 475 right now", they mentioned.

Urging the newly formed govt they said, "Many among us are waiting, many have been overage. We are hopeful that the govt will look into the matter and take immediate action to help job aspirants, as well as the college students".

 
 
 
 
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