Rationalisation of teachers yet to begin
It seems to be a never ending wait for DSC aspirants as the Telangana government is yet to issue a notification in this regard. The school education...
Hyderabad: It seems to be a never ending wait for DSC aspirants as the Telangana government is yet to issue a notification in this regard. The school education department officials said that the government is likely to issue the notification in the second week of January.
- TS DSC notification likely in Jan
- No clarity on scrapping TET
Education minister G Jagadish Reddy also in an interaction with reporters in Mahaboobnagar recently hinted that at least for now there would not be any notification for the same.
The minister said that a committee was constituted for examining the vacancies in the State and a decision would be possible after committee submits the report.
According to officials department of school education, the notification would be released after rationalisation of the teachers concludes.
“Notification will be issued once the number of vacancies is known. The government wants to complete the rationalisation of teachers first to issue notification. However, so far rationalisation process did not take off,” a senior official of department of school education, Telangana said.
It is learnt that after rationalising, around 200-300 posts in each district may lie vacant.A department official hinted that there would be changes in the pattern of examination for teacher aspirants.
Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) remains the bone of contention among the qualified candidates. The government is yet to take a decision whether to conduct DSC and TET together or separately or to scrap TET altogether. “Government is mulling to scrap TET. It is studying the proposal,” an official of department said.
The TET qualified candidates stated that the TET score is valid for seven years and if it is scrapped, the issue might fall in legal tangle.
The Andhra Pradesh HRD minister Ganta Srinivas Rao, recently stated that DSC notification would be released in two weeks. While the Andhra Pradesh government had written a letter to central government for inclusion of BEd candidates for the second grade teacher posts, so far Telangana government did not take any decision on the same.