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B.Ed./ TET candidates threaten to restart agitation
Dehradun | in Dehradun
The Uttarakhand High Court’s (HC) decision to cancel the recruitment process of assistant teachers in primary schools of the State has dashed the hopes of 1200 candidates who were awaiting appointment letters. A shocked Federation of B.Ed./ TET candidates has threatened to re start its agitation at Education directorate from Monday.
After a long process initiated last year, the education department released the list of selected candidates in the month of March this year and even conducted district wise counseling for 1200 posts of teacher. The department was in process of giving appointments to Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) and Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) level I qualified candidates when the HC put stay on the process on March 30 on the petition of Almora resident, Harish Chandra.
The petitioner had challenged the education department’s decision not allow Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed.) and TET level I qualified candidates in the process of recruitment. On Friday the HC cancelled the process of recruitment and directed the state government to initiate the whole process afresh and include the D.El.Ed candidates in it.
The court’s order shocked the B.Ed/ TET qualified candidates who were in the merit list released by the department and were waiting for the appointment letters.
One such candidate said that it is unfortunate that the process of appointment was stalled at the last moment. “The NCTE is clear that no B.Ed. candidate would be selected as primary teachers after March 31.
It was the last chance for me to get into a government job and I don’t know what is in store for me now,’’ he said.
The President of Federation of B.Ed/ TET qualified candidates, Manveer Rawat said that there were many discrepancies in the recruitment advertisement and blamed the education department officials for the present situation.He said that the department should
challenge the verdict in double bench of HC now.
However the candidates who failed to make it to the merit list of 1200 candidates are demanding that the department should increase the number of posts to 3700 as revealed in an RTI query on vacant posts of primary
teachers.There are more than 30000 B.Ed/ TET qualified
candidates in the state and this recruitment drive was there last chance to get job of a primary teacher now HC asking the department to include D.El.Ed candidates in the recruitment drive, these candidates would have to share these posts with D.El.Ed candidates.
Rajasthan TET / RTET, BETET / Bihar TET, PSTET / Punjab State Teacher Eligibility Test, West Bengal TET / WBTET, MPTET / Madhya Pradesh TET, ASSAM TET / ATET
, UTET / Uttrakhand TET , GTET / Gujarat TET , TNTET / Tamilnadu TET , APTET / Andhra Pradesh TET , CGTET / Chattisgarh TET, HPTET / Himachal Pradesh TET