The cabinet meeting of Tripura Government has decided to appoint 125 lab technicians in the health department
The cabinet meeting decided to appoint 125 lab technicians. In addition, 4 medical officers (homeopathic doctors) in reserved (Schedule Tribe) category will be recruited shortly Information and Culture Minister Sushant Chowdhury announced the decision at a press conference at the Secretariat’s press conference hall after the cabinet meeting today.
“A total of 15 posts will be filled up shortly in the printing and stationery departments. A deputy manager post has been created to look after the entire process,” Chowdhury said.
He also said that the recruitment for the state science and forensic department would be done shortly for the lie detection test.
Information Minister Sushanta Chowdhury told reporters that the recruitment process for all the posts taken in today’s cabinet meeting would be completed soon.
State government has decided to regularise the TET qualified SSA teachers. The D El Ed qualified teachers will be given the basic pay with 3 per cent increment.
Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath while addressing media said, there are total 5175 teachers engaged under the SSA. Among them 2634 are in primary and 2542 are in upper primary level schools.
Out of all the teachers 45 are TET qualified -who will be regularised and 4,502 are D El Ed qualified-who will get the basic pay. As many as 575 teachers have not yet completed their D El Ed while 54 are either Madhya mik or HS qualified and without 50 percent marks they will be fully supported by the state government to achieve the target-qualifications and marks.