Sarkari Naukri|West Bengal SSC Scam|The Calcutta High Court has given a big order in the primary teacher recruitment scam case in West Bengal. Justice Abhijit Ganguly of the Calcutta High Court has ordered the cancellation of 36,000 recruitments of the primary panel for the year 2016. Allegations of corruption were made on a large scale in the interview. The interviewers testified that even an aptitude test was not taken in the recruitment test.
It should be noted that the appointment in the year 2016 has been made in the year 2014 tet exam was done on the basis of 42 thousand 500 people were recruited there. A single bench of Calcutta High Court Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay ordered the cancellation of 36,000 jobs. Those whose jobs have been ordered to be terminated are untrained teachers. Orders have been given for new recruitment within three months.
Out of 42,500, 36 thousand untrained teachers have been appointed
After the Calcutta High Court order to cancel the appointment of 36,000 untrained teachers out of 42,500 primary teachers, the question naturally arises, what will happen to those teachers who have been working in different schools for so long? In this case, it has been clarified by the Calcutta High Court that the recruitment should be done through the recently conducted TET exam. A large number of these teachers working as para teachers will currently work on the salary of para teachers for four months.
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