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Delay in Recruitment; STGT job aspirants gheraoed Shiksha Bhavan


BY TC News Desk

Agartala 8th Dec : Raising allegations of negligence and fake assurances, a large number of qualified STGT job aspirants hit the streets on Thursday and later gheraoed the Siksha Bhavan.

Talking to the media persons, the qualified job aspirants said, “In the name of a case filed in the High Court against recruitment of candidates, Tripura government has paralyzed the recruitment process of qualified STGT job aspirants, even though the government has been propagating about recruiting all TET qualifiers together”.

 “ We are left with no other option then to hit the streets and protest as the state government and the concerned department is acting deaf ears to our issue of recruitment “  said the job aspirants here on Thursday.

The job aspirants raised concern as the state assembly elections are knocking at the door and then there will be closure of the recruitment processes. Moreover, the STGT qualification certificate will also turn invalid.

 “We are moving to the doors of Ministers’ every other day. Earlier the government including the education minister promised to recruit us all together, but now we have no idea why the government is not taking any step to end the so-called case and fulfill its promises”, added the youths.

“Six months to about to get completed and thereafter our exam qualification won’t have any value”, added one of the job aspirants.Briefing the reporters, another qualified job aspirant said, “Students are protesting on roads demanding teachers, we are protesting on roads demanding recruitment as teachers. This is the scenario of quality education in Tripura.”The youths demanded the state government to immediately resolve the case at High Court and recruit all the qualified youths in the vacant posts.

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