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CM blames Quality Education for TET Exam’s Poor Results, claimed, ‘After few years 1 lakh candidates will pass out of 1 lakh due to Quality Education’
TIWN Feb 13, 2020
CM blames Quality Education for TET Exam’s Poor Results, claimed, ‘After few years 1 lakh candidates will pass out of 1 lakh due to Quality Education’
PHOTO : Left : Tripura CM addressing at Ranir Bazar today, Right : Unemployed youths standing in rows (File). TIWN Photos.

AGARTALA, Feb 13 (TIWN): JUMLA Politicians across India yet to learn from Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s “Kaam-Ki-Raajneeti”, as being failed to keep promise of filling up 50,000 Govt’s vacant posts in 1-Year, Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Deb today once again has blamed the unemployed youths for their quality for not getting jobs. Deb was addressing at Longtharai Tripura State Athletics Championship at Ranirbazar when said so and also stressed 10323 teachers issue said, when Deb will give jobs, no Supreme Court can terminate them. This statement came after many illegally recruited jobs were cancelled by Tripura High Court recently which were given by Biplab Deb Govt.

Although TET was started by Left Govt, Biplab Deb said, he started TET exam for the sake of transparent recruitment policy. 

“Out of 1.16 lakhs candidates only 1,200 could pass TET exam. It happened due to previous Govt’s failure to provide Quality Education… we are providing quality education, introduced NCERT syllabus and centralized exam. After 5 to 7 years out of 1 lakh, 1 lakh will pass in the examination”, said Deb.

Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy Pvt. Ltd. (CMIE) has released January, 2020’s unemployment data, listing Tripura once again on the top position in unemployment rate among all Indian states. According to CMIE report, Tripura unemployment rate which was 28.6% on January, 2020, now jumped more 4% with 32.7%. After Tripura, Delhi is second in unemployment rate but 10% less than Tripura with 22.7%. Click TIWN YouTube Link to see CM's statement

So far Tripura Govt could not come up with solution to the massive unemployment problem and BJP Govt has forgotten its pre-poll given promise to the unemployment which assured 50,000 Govt jobs in first one year. However, the Chief Minister didn’t mention about the Govt job opportunities in this profession whereas average income of Govt tourist guides at Center also remained around Rs. 15000 to Rs. 18000.

Biplab Deb who remains on the peak of controversy due to his irresponsible speeches now has advised youths to earn 30,000 per month by becoming a tourist guide, earlier also he asked youths in similar way to earn 1 lakh per annum by rearing cows and selling milk. He also suggested to open paan-shops. When statewide poor people on camera everyday are saying that their profits are now reversed into losses, two times meals are becoming tough to arrange, CM said, Tripura’s economy is going through a robust boost and growth.

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