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APCC blames govt for TET-qualified teachers� plight

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GUWAHATI, June 21 - The Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) today made an appeal to the State Government to create a congenial atmosphere for the contractual TET teachers with a compassionate approach.

The arrogance of the Education Minister is standing on the way of resolving the problems concerning these teachers, said the APCC.

In a statement here, the APCC has stated that the TET teachers had to appear in tests to qualify themselves for the posts there were asked to serve. They could bring forth wide-ranging changes in the school level education of the State. The ruling party had pledged regularisation of their services during the elections, the statement added.

These teachers are now facing several technical problems in applying for the posts of regular teachers and also in appearing in the TET tests afresh.

The situation demands a compassionate approach from the State Government in resolving the tangle involving the TET teachers, said the APCC.

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APCC blames govt for TET-qualified teachers� plight

GUWAHATI, June 21 - The Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) today made an appeal to the State Government to create a congenial atmosphere for the contractual TET teachers with a compassionate approach.

The arrogance of the Education Minister is standing on the way of resolving the problems concerning these teachers, said the APCC.

In a statement here, the APCC has stated that the TET teachers had to appear in tests to qualify themselves for the posts there were asked to serve. They could bring forth wide-ranging changes in the school level education of the State. The ruling party had pledged regularisation of their services during the elections, the statement added.

These teachers are now facing several technical problems in applying for the posts of regular teachers and also in appearing in the TET tests afresh.

The situation demands a compassionate approach from the State Government in resolving the tangle involving the TET teachers, said the APCC.