new Delhi: 50 thousand teachers working in primary and upper primary schools of the Basic Education Council have received great relief from the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has canceled the Allahabad High Court's decision in which the High Court had said that the teachers whose training results have come after the result of their TET, their appointment is not valid.
Actually, the Allahabad High Court had told the Basic Education Officers in their order on May 30 that the teachers who have come after the results of their TET result should cancel their selection. However, the government has not yet clarified its stand on this issue.
Due to the order of the High Court, 72,825 trainee teachers recruited for primary schools between 2012 and 2018, recruiting 74478 Assistant teachers and Urdu recruitment, and selected teachers in the recruitment of 29334 assistant teachers for science and mathematics subjects for higher primary schools. Were.
According to an estimate, the number of such teachers is more than 50,000, whose training result was declared after TET. The effect of this order was also to recruit 68,500 assistant teachers in the present. The teachers affected by the Allahabad High Court's decision had approached the Supreme Court.
The selected teachers had said that the mandate issued on October 4, 2011 and May 15, 2013 for the Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (UP-TET) did not mention that whose training results will come after TET, they do not have TET certificate will get.