In a strong expression of discontent, 361 candidates who successfully passed the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) in 2022 assembled in protest outside Shiksha Bhawan.
They accused the government of causing delays in their appointments despite the critical shortage of teachers in schools across Tripura.
The protesters, predominantly consisting of TET passers, conveyed their frustration with the government’s sluggish issuance of appointment letters.
The Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) has been viewed as a pathway to secure teaching positions, and successful candidates have anticipated prompt job placements.
According to the protesters, the board swiftly issued pass certificates but failed to follow through with the timely issuance of appointment letters.