From Our Correspondent
Silchar, Sept 5: Teachers’ Training (TT) College, situated at Meherpur of this town, is the one of the oldest and most prestigious educatiol institute. At present, it is facing a lot of problems related to infrastructure and appointment of teachers. “The lack of infrastructural facilities and adequate number of teachers has made it difficult for us to carry forth the legacy. Like every year, we are celebrating Teachers’ Day as a mark of respect to Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishn, former President of India,” said principal in-charge of T T College Dr Apar Bhattacharjee at a press-meet held at her office in Silchar on Tuesday.
The College needs immediate attention of the government. “T T College is an important institution. It is an institution which has the reputation of creating great teachers. Despite being such an important institution, we are not getting the proper attention. We need teachers urgently. There are 2 permanent teachers in this College and the rest of them are guest faculties. I am also a lecturer who has been assigned to do the job of a principal. Presently, T T College needs 13 lecturers, 3 professors, 1 principal and 1 demonstrator. We are also in urgent need of more fund,” Dr Apar Bhattacharjee added to say.
T T College have been observing and celebrating Independence Day, Republic Day, Fresher’s Day and Social Week every year despite all odds. The press-meet was followed the celebration of Teachers’ Day at the College premises. Dr Apar Bhattacharjee, Prof Anwar Hussain Mehdi and Somobha Dutta were felicitated for their relentless service towards their teaching profession.