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Terminated teachers oppose TET exams

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TURA, July 12 - The Education scam in Meghalaya has once again come up to haunt the State with the terminated teachers raising strong objections to the State Government�s move to hold the Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) despite the matter being subjudice.

The terminated teachers of Dadenggre subdivision have further questioned the continued service of some contractual teachers, who too were beneficiaries of the mark alteration.

The terminated teachers who had approached the apex Court for redressal of their grievances have questioned the government�s decision stating that until their case is settled no further TET to teaching posts should be held.

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Terminated teachers oppose TET exams

TURA, July 12 - The Education scam in Meghalaya has once again come up to haunt the State with the terminated teachers raising strong objections to the State Government�s move to hold the Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) despite the matter being subjudice.

The terminated teachers of Dadenggre subdivision have further questioned the continued service of some contractual teachers, who too were beneficiaries of the mark alteration.

The terminated teachers who had approached the apex Court for redressal of their grievances have questioned the government�s decision stating that until their case is settled no further TET to teaching posts should be held.