Assamese medium candidate ill favoured in Adarsha Vidyalaya, RMSA to conduct Special TET

  • Assamese medium candidate ill favoured in Adarsha Vidyalaya, RMSA to conduct Special TET
10-06-2017 | Pratidin Bureau. |

Depriving the Assamese medium students passed out under the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA), the state government and Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhijan (RMSA), ASSAM has begun to introduce an unscrupulous decision.

An advertisement of special TET has revealed the real manner of goodwill by the government towards Assamese medium schools and students. The advertisement has disqualified thousands of students passed from Assamese medium under SEBA in the previous years.

According to the advertisement No RMSA/Special TET/842/2017/2published on 9th of June, 2017 to provide quality education in the Adarsha Vidyalayas, a Special Teachers’Eligibility Test (TET) for graduate teachers would be conducted as per the provision enshrined by government of Assam, to select and screen eligible candidates who can offer their service as qualified teachers.

One of the eligibility criteria to apply for the post described that ‘the candidates must be passed out from English Medium Schools as Adarsha Vidyalayas are CBSE affiliated English Medium School’. The criterion has created sharp reactions among the students passed from Assamese medium schools.

It is worth mentioning that, after planning for establishing 89 Adarsha Vidyalayas in various blocks across Assam during the previous congress government in the state, general TET passed teachers were appointed in these schools. It is also considerable as to why the government has scheduled to conduct a Special Teachers’Eligibility Test when general TET passed candidates were already engaged in the Adarsha Vidyalayas.

Tags : Assamese candidate student Adarsha Vidyalaya RMSA Special TET TET Teachers Assam Government

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