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Demands raised for verification of newly appointed govt teachers' certificates : Fake B.Ed certificates can't raise 'Quality Education'
TIWN March 13, 2018
Demands raised for verification of newly appointed govt teachers' certificates : Fake B.Ed certificates can't raise 'Quality Education'
PHOTO : File Photo of Tripura TET Examination.

AGARTALA, March 13 (TIWN): With new Govt has assumed charges, pending demands have been raised by a section of teachers and also unemployed youths that the new govt must re-verify the teachers' B.Ed certificates, especially when the Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath is talking about 'Quality Education'. Ratan Lal Nath already expressed concerns about the teachers-crisis issue, whereas the rural schools are the worst sufferer, but at the same time when due to lack of B.Ed qualification many students couldn't appear in TET exam, on the other side many 'fake' B.Ed certificates were alleged time to time. Demand raised that the state govt must upload the teachers' details of qualification with College's names in Education dept's website who were appointed via TET. On that time, CPI-M Govt didn't bother about the demand but with the changing of Govt the resented people are raising their demands, hoping for rapid action.

During CPI-M's time  to time serious allegations were raising against some newly appointed Tripura Govt teachers for managing fake B.Ed certificates to sit in TET and joining in Govt schools on permanent basis and most of them are GT (Graduate Teachers). Many youths who changed their streams with MBA, MCA and were working outside the state have suddenly holding B.Ed degrees, have raised quite surprises among the public. However, from where the degrees are supplying it's not sure.

Even though verifications were done but the public were not happy and satisfied with CPI-M govt led verification. 

As a result demands had raised by a section of youths that Tripura Govt should publish the whole list of teachers with the teachers B.Ed College's names, so that self-investigation may become easier for public. 

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