Assam Madrassa TET-qualified candidates demand appointment
The All Assam Pre-SR MTET Qualified Union (AAPMQU) has questioned the government as to why after six years of passing Madrassa TET they have been deprived of appointments.
GUWAHATI: The All Assam Pre-SR MTET Qualified Union (AAPMQU) has questioned the government as to why after six years of passing Madrassa TET they have been deprived of appointments.
Highlighting the plight of the candidates, AAPMQU president Ritamoni Das underlined that around 20,000 candidates had qualified Madrassa TET in 2015. Out of which, around 16,784 were qualified for Pre Senior section, she added.
"The government dissolved all State-run Madrassas and converted them into general schools. Thus why the candidates have not been appointed in these schools?" questioned AAPMQU joint secretary PrakashBaishya.
The Union also expressed concern that many of the qualified candidates have exceeded the age limit while waiting for their appointments. Will the government take initiative to appoint these candidates? questioned AAPMQU joint secretary Al MamunHussain.
"Despite not having Madrassa education, the candidates qualified the examination. Thus it proves that they have the caliber to teach in general schools," added Ritamoni Das.
The AAPMQU also added that many of the candidates have been appointed in general schools. However, they are appealing the government to appoint the rest of the 'deprived' candidates.