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Primary Teacher Recruitment: 7104 posts have been filled in primary in two districts

 Primary Teacher Recruitment: 7104 posts have been filled in primary in two districts

The crackdown began a decade ago.  In the end, the state government approved the proposal to create new posts and fill the vacancies in the primary schools amidst protests and lawsuits by some of the candidates.  The proposal was approved at the state cabinet meeting on Monday.  For the time being, 6104 teachers will be recruited in the two districts by combining those two types of posts.

While a large section of candidates and teachers' organizations are somewhat reassured, the demand is that the problem is not just in the two districts, but across the state.  Therefore, all vacant posts in all districts should be filled immediately.

After the meeting, state chief secretary Harikrishna Dwivedi said primary teachers would be appointed in North 24 Parganas and Malda districts.  In this case, the government will create 3169 new posts of primary teachers.  Besides, 3925 vacancies will also be filled.  Preparations for this appointment started in 2009.  On this day, the cabinet approved it.  The Chief Secretary has made it clear that the vacancies will be filled from among the panel candidates.

Welcoming the decision to appoint in those two districts, Anand Honda, general secretary of the Bengal Primary Teachers' Association, said, "Not only in North 24 Parganas and Malda, but in all the districts where there are vacancies in primary schools, class-based teachers should be appointed."  He said Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had announced before the Assembly polls that those who had passed the TET in 2014 and had undergone two years of DLAD training would be recruited.  The number of such candidates is 31 thousand.  "According to government estimates, 18,500 primary posts have been filled so far.  The appointment of the remaining 14,500 candidates should have been approved, ”said the teacher-leader.

On the other hand, despite passing the preliminary TET in 2014 and being trained, all the candidates whose names were not included in the merit list have taken up the 'Singur Cholo' program on the occasion of 'Singur Diwas and Kotha Rakho Diwas' today, Tuesday.  According to the ‘Not Included Candidates Ekta Mancha, Trained in 2014 Primary Tate Pass’, the members of their organization have not yet received the appointment letter even though the Chief Minister has promised to appoint Prathmi.  They have complained about this to the board of primary education many times.  Their members are coming to Singur from different districts today, the organization said.  The Calcutta High Court has already summoned the complete list on the basis of which TET was appointed as a primary teacher in 2014.

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