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Wednesday, February 1, 2023

SFI, TSU demand govt to recruit teachers, faculties

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By TC News Desk

Agartala, September 05, 2022: Leaders and members of SFI state committee and TSU committee on Monday staged a protest against the Education department in front of Shiksha Bhavan here demanding recruitment of teachers and faculties in schools and colleges.

Speaking to reporters, SFI state secretary Sandipan Deb said “On the occasion of 61st Teachers’ Day celebration, the ruling party leaders and ministers have no right to speak as the crisis of teachers and faculties in schools and colleges, respectively has reached to an acute position. In this regard, the government is in silent mode. The government is not initiating any positive role for the betterment of the education in this state.”

“Hence, SFI state committee and TSU committee decided to protest against the government with the demand of recruitment of teachers and faculties on the occasion of Teachers’ Day paying tribute to Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Today, we reached in front of Shikha Bhavan here to wake up the Education department from the slumber”, he added.

He accused the Education minister of failing to address the requirements of educational institutions across the state. “The minister is in deep slumber and so his team of officials. The schools and colleges are reeling under severe crisis of teachers across the state”, said Deb and added that the students are alleged to have raised slogans against the BJP-led government.

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