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10,323 teacher termination case: Supreme Court Register to hear teacher termination case scheduling on April 6
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10,323 teacher termination case: Supreme Court Register to hear teacher termination case scheduling on April 6
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AGARTALA, April 4 (TIWN): Uncertainty still prevails over the fate of the terminated teachers. The state government filed Special leave petition (SLP) challenging verdict of High Court of Tripura termination jobs of 10,323 teachers would come up for discussion in the register court of the apex court on April 6.The register court will decide in which court will hear the case. In response to the SLP, the court has issued notices to 500 unemployed youths and over 400 deprived job seekers had submitted affidavit before the Supreme Court.It is to be mentioned here that the High Court had terminated jobs of 10,323 teachers for violation of basic norms last year. However, the state government had strongly opposed and filed a SLP in the Supreme Court challenging the High Court’s verdict. On the other hand ¬ a section of the job aspirants among 10,323 teachers will file a criminal case against the State Government. A highly informed source states that, if State Government failed to win the 10,323 teacher termination case in the Supreme Court, most of the teachers will file case against the Government.

It is to be mentioned here that the Supreme Court in the year 2009, issued a notification that in case of appointment of teachers new education policy should be implemented. As per the notification, Central Government had instructed the State Governments to take this policy in action.

But the State Government of Tripura turned a deaf ear to this and still no education policy was implemented. On the other hand the job form for the interview of the undergraduate, graduate and post graduate teachers are called in the year 2002, 2003 and 2006. But the candidates are called for interview in between the year 2010­2013. During this gap, State Government if wished could have implemented the policy. But travelling here and there, no action had been taken. Inspite of that, on a sudden decision, in the year 2013 on Christmas Day, the Cabinet decided to appoint 10,323 teachers in undergraduate, graduate and post graduate level.

 

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