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RMSA teachers to face hurdle regarding B.Ed
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RMSA teachers to face hurdle regarding B.Ed
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Agartala, June 15 (TIWN): With the days passing, the destiny of a number of teachers under Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) is inclining towards uncertainty. A jittering atmosphere prevailed throughout the teaching employees’ section following the direction of completing B.Ed course within 2 years. According to the department’s direction, the teachers have to take admission in B.Ed at their own expense.

Though the teachers, in order to keep their job agreed to go for the course at their own expense, the problem raised due to the dearth of seats in educational institutions. Most of the teachers have submitted application in Tripura University (A Central University) for admission in the B.Ed course. But, the university does not consist of enough seats for all the teachers. As a consequence, alike 10,323 terminated teachers is the condition of thousands of contractual teachers.

Director of RMSA on May 30 passed orders to different district education officials to make all the teachers complete their B.Ed within 2 years. As per the decision of Plan Approval Board meeting regarding the scheme, the order was circulated in the month of February. Soon after the circulation reached in different schools through district education officials, the teachers started rushing for admission in B.Ed course. At that time, the admission procedure in the Distance Education of university was towards its last phase. Despite of that, the teachers somehow managed to apply for B.Ed.

The submitted application forms exceeded the number of seats. Hence, it is obvious that all teachers will not get opportunity. The uncertainty has left the RMSA teachers in dilemma. It gave rise to various questions, where from the teachers would complete B.Ed by these two years? A jittering atmosphere prevailed among the teachers regarding their job to stay secure. They are in doubt if their conditions turn like 10,323 terminated teachers.       

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