TET/CTET Qualified Teacher Applicants’ Association Convenes Meeting, Plans Protest

The Bihar TET/CTET Qualified Teacher Applicants’ Association recently held a crucial meeting at the historic Kila Maidan, where selected teacher applicants from various categories in the sixth phase of the Bihar Preliminary Teacher Recruitment 2019-20 gathered under the guidance of the association.

Led by the organization’s district president, Lal Saheb Pandey, the meeting provided a platform for those applicants who were selected but denied employment due to the government’s unfair policies to express their discontent. The attendees discussed strategies and plans for protesting against the government’s decisions.

Mr. Pandey announced that during the upcoming winter session of the legislative assembly, members of the organization from across Bihar would stage a massive protest in Patna to voice their opposition to the government’s flawed policies.

Furthermore, to exert more pressure on the government, the association launched a national-level Teachers Twitter Campaign with the hashtag #GiveBLHarAppointment, which has garnered support from several youth organizations at the national level.

Over two hundred aggrieved individuals attended the meeting, including Lal Saheb Pandey, Jitendra Pathak, Prempakash Pandey, Amit Tripathi, Rohit Srivastava, Mrityunjay Kumar, Apasha Praveen, Vishal Mishra, Prabhat Chandra Mishra, Andesh Pandey, Chandan Upadhyay, Kapildey Prasad, Kumari Vikita, and Deepak Prakash.

A Struggle for Employment Opportunities

The Bihar TET/CTET Qualified Teacher Applicants’ Association’s meeting highlighted the plight of selected teacher applicants who have been denied employment due to the government’s policies. Many qualified teachers are left in limbo, unable to secure the jobs they deserve, leading to frustration and resentment.

The association’s decision to organize a massive protest in Patna demonstrates their determination to seek justice and fair employment opportunities. By raising their collective voice, these qualified applicants are calling upon the government to address their grievances and provide them with the opportunities they rightfully earned.

A Unified Call for Action

The Teachers Twitter Campaign with the hashtag #GiveBLHarAppointment serves as a digital platform to rally support for the cause. By garnering backing from various youth organizations at the national level, the campaign aims to draw widespread attention to the issue and pressure the government to take corrective actions.

As the struggle for fair employment opportunities continues, the unity and determination displayed by the Bihar TET/CTET Qualified Teacher Applicants’ Association and its members reflect the strength of their cause. By standing together, they hope to secure a brighter future for qualified teachers in Bihar and ensure that deserving applicants find the employment they have worked hard to attain.

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