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Education Minister Ratan lal Nath and Former CM Biplab Deb’s different statements at different times about Teachers’ recruitment pushed TET qualified teachers on the street to organise protests
TIWN May 27, 2022
Education Minister Ratan lal Nath and Former CM Biplab Deb’s different statements at different times about Teachers’ recruitment pushed TET qualified teachers on the street to organise protests
PHOTO : TET qualified unemployed youths protested at Agartala City Center. TIWN Pic May 27, 2022

AGARTALA, May 27 (TIWN): 2021 TET qualified teachers today have protested in Agartala city demanding to recruit all teachers at a time. Reportedly, total 3631 teachers have qualified for 2021 TET-1 and TET-2 examination, and the Govt has declared that total of 600 TET qualified teachers among them will be recruited.

The TET qualified teachers could not agree with Govt’s such decision because many TET qualified teachers have completed their Teaching Professional Courses by selling properties and by taking loans from banks and now the banks are creating pressure on them to clear the debt. Also many teachers are getting over aged resulting those teachers would be deprived from getting jobs.  

So, the 2021 TET qualified teachers have protested and demanded to recruit all at a time. In protest movement the teachers said that they will continue their protest until the Govt recruits all qualified teachers at a time.

Flashback earlier, Education Minister, Ratan Lal Nath in 2018 told in a Press Conference that 14,000 Posts remained vacant but no deserved candidates’ are available with D.el.ed, B.ed professional courses. Again in another Press meet in 2018 Nath said that total 12,222 posts remained vacant and as per student strength-7, 29,877 the ratio of teachers is less. CM, Biplab Deb too in 2019 told around 5,000 Teachers posts remained vacant.

Education Minister Ratan lal Nath and Former CM Biplab Deb’s different statements at different times about Teachers’ recruitment pushed the teachers into an uncertain future. Moreover, based on two Ministers' statements, those who completed Teaching Professional courses are facing pressure from banks.  

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