In the District, all the Educational teachers who did not pass the Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET), a sword of risk is hanging on 191 of them. They are confused about their future. Here, the education department has sent the list of educational teachers who did not pass the CTET to the Directorate of Education.
The district has 256 educational teachers of three categories. 174 educational teachers of the Diploma in Elementary Education (DLAP) or the BTC-trained Champawat district were given conditional postal appointment in 2015 after the court order. After the formal appointment, only 65 of the 174 teachers could pass the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET).
Apart from 109 educational teachers who received a formal appointment, 82 educational teachers who did DLET after 2015 have not been able to pass the TET, while the appointment was made under a condition to work as Assistant Teachers till 31 March 2019. There is uncertainty about the future of these 191 educational teachers. The education department has sent the list of these teachers who did not pass the TET to the Directorate of Education.
Education Minister meets the ‘Mitra’
Due to uncertainty, the Educational ‘Mitra’ organization shared their sorrow by meeting Education Minister Arvind Pandey of the state in Gadarpur on Sunday. After the meeting, the organization claimed that after the completion of the election code of cabinet, Arvind Pandey assured the students to firmly advocate the interests of teachers. Those who met the minister included Ramesh Chandra Joshi, KC Bhatt, Balwant Adhikari, Kailash Kandpal, Man Singh Bohra, Shankar Dutt Bhatt of Education ‘Mitra’ organization. Educational teachers said that they will go to school on 1st April. Besides all these, they have also been deployed for election duty.
In the district, 174 educational teachers were given conditional postal appointment as an assistant teacher. The condition was that according to the orders of the Union Human Resource Development Ministry, they will have to pass the TET till March 31, 2019, but 83 of the 109 post-secondary educational teachers have not passed the TET. Their list has been sent to Directorate of Education. Further direction will be taken after the direction of the Directorate.
– RC Purohit, Chief Education Officer, Champawat