What Said The Chairman of NTRCA about Teacher Recruit

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What Said The Chairman of NTRCA about Teacher Recruit.

The court has ordered to postpone for a week the 3rd public announcement of recruitment of 54,000 registered holders against vacant posts in private educational institutions. As a result, the much-anticipated recruitment process is thought to have stalled. At this moment, the application for public notice has been accepted. 69 lakh applications have been completed for this appointment. The next order is expected on May 18. However, the NTRCA says a decision will be made after talking to lawyers.

The chairman of NTRCA said about the suspension order in the public announcement of teacher recruitment

The High Court on Thursday (May 8th) stayed the NTRCA’s 3rd public notice, saying it should also direct those among the 1st to 12th registration test holders who went to court feeling deprived to be recommended for appointment within the next seven days.

The Private Teacher Registration and Certification Authority (NTRCA) will appeal against the High Court’s verdict.

“Our lawyers are not yet clear about the order,” he added. The next instructions will come on May 16. Actions will be taken in the context of any order on that day.

“What we have done is on the advice of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Law,” he said. And we have not taken any action outside the decision of the ministry. In addition, the matter has been said that we have violated the instructions of the court and the instructions have been obeyed. The matter has been informed to the court in writing through the lawyer. The Private Teacher Registration and Certification Authority (NTRCA) is responsible for selecting and recommending candidates for entry level recruitment in private educational institutions.

It is learned that the High Court gave a verdict on December 14, 2016. There were several points in that verdict. One of them was to issue certificates in the name of writ petitioner and other applicants as per the combined merit list. However, the writ petitioners filed a contempt of court petition as the verdict was not implemented in two years.

After hearing his appeal, the High Court issued a rule in 2019. While this rule is under consideration, NTRCA issued a public notification for 54 thousand posts. The petitioners then filed a petition to refrain from appointment. The hearing is scheduled for Thursday (May 6).

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