Appointment letters distributed to high school teachers in Dima Hasao
The teachers were appointed after clearing the government-conducted Teachers’ Eligibility Test in which 77 applicants were shortlisted to appear for the examination.
HAFLONG: Around 65 high school teachers, intermediate and junior posts appointed for different schools in Dima Hasao were handed over appointment letters at a ceremonial programme held at the council premises on Friday.
Chief Executive Member Debolal Gorlosa attended the programme as the chief guest along with other dignitaries like NCHAC chairperson Ranu Langthasa, NCHAC Executive Members Lalremsiama Darnei, Nepolal Hojai and NCHAC MAC and Haflong Municipal Corporation chairman Manjit Naiding.
These teachers were appointed after clearing the government-conducted Teachers' Eligibility Test. As many as 89 posts were advertised earlier to which 112 applications were received. After verification, 77 applicants were shortlisted to appear for the examination.
During his speech, CEM Debolal Gorlosa congratulated the successful candidates and welcomed them to Dima Hasao as most if the recruited candidates were from other districts of Assam. He said that the education scenario of Assam was going in the right direction and that this district would progress further with hard work and dedication of the efficient teachers. He urged the newly-appointed teachers to work sincerely to enhance the quality of education in government schools.
Chairperson Ranu Langthasa in her speech said that teachers should look at their job as a responsibility to transform the society and nation as a whole for good. She added that a good teacher had the capacity to change lives of students and fate of the nation, therefore, a teacher should responsibly bring changes and reforms when needed.
Executive Member in-charge Education, Lalremsiama Darnei spoke at length about the quality of education system. He informed how the council under the leadership of Debolal Gorlosa had been involved with the Education department for Education Mission though which parents, teachers and villagers discussed about improving the quality of the schools in their villages.