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Mon, 24 Feb 2020

Northeast Today

Lack of teachers affecting college education adversely, no recruitment likely soon

Lack of teachers affecting college education adversely, no recruitment likely soon
December 27
12:05 2019

NET Bureau

Lack of recruitment of teachers over the past three years is adversely affecting classes and general education in 22 degree colleges across the state. There is no possibility of any recruitment of college teachers in the near future either. The principals of colleges have been making inquiries with the higher education but there is no positive response to requests and requisitions.

A senior teacher in a local college said that a few months ago there was talk of recruitment of 182 teachers for colleges but things have not moved towards right direction even though fifteen months have already passed. The shortage of teachers has further worsened because of recent transfer of 171 teachers . This arbitrary en masse transfer purely on administrative considerations has adversely affected honours classes in many colleges . But there is no initiative for fresh recruitment even though there is no dearth of NET ,SLET qualified and Phd degree holder candidates in the state.

The shortage of teachers has had another adverse effect already . According to UGC guideline and semester system holding 180 days of classes in colleges is mandatory. This is not possible with the fewer than required number of teachers in colleges. This may ultimately lead to downgrading of colleges in the evaluation of national assessment and accreditation council (NAAC) which is done on year-to-year basis.

Source: Tripura Info

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