Anbumani’s Request is to appoint 50,000 Intermediate Teachers Vacancies!! Details Here!!

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Anbumani's Request is to appoint 50,000 Intermediate Teachers Vacancies!!
Anbumani's Request is to appoint 50,000 Intermediate Teachers Vacancies!!

Anbumani’s Request is to appoint 50,000 Intermediate Teachers Vacancies!!There are many Teacher vacancies in Tamilnadu to be filled by the Government. So, candidates who are going to fill the vacancies 50,000 posts and to become the future Teacher can apply for the posts. Anbumani’s Request is to appoint 50,000 Intermediate Teachers Vacancies. There is lack in the Intermediate Teacher Vacancies. So, check the vacancies details below, we expected that the notification to be released very soon on the official site.

Pamaka leader Anbumani has published a statement saying that there are only 69,640 teachers working in Tamil Nadu’s Department of Primary Education’s 29,418 schools, out of 22,831 primary schools and 6587 secondary schools. Even if we assume that each class has only one student, these schools might have a total of 1, 66,851 classes, including 1, 14,155 elementary classes and 52,696 middle school classes. As a result, there are no teachers in 97,211 classrooms.

There is just one teacher for every five classes in Tamil Nadu’s 3,800 basic schools. Other schools’ situations are also unsatisfactory. The remaining 25,618 elementary and intermediate schools, with the exception of single-teacher institutions, have an average of only 2.5 teachers per school. Dharmapuri, Krishnagiri, Salem, Thiruvannamalai, Vellore, Ranipettai, Tirupati, Cuddalore, and Villupuram are home to the majority of Tamil Nadu’s 3800 oratorical schools. As a result, the northern areas have the lowest educational attainment. All of this is confirmed in a recent paper produced by the Tamil Nadu Government’s Department of Primary Education.

In elementary and secondary schools, the assignment of one teacher per class should be implemented over a two-year period. With 97,211 classes without teachers in the primary education sector alone, the total number of courses without teachers would be more than one lakh if the schools run by the school education department were included. The Tamil Nadu government should take steps to hire 50,000 intermediate teachers per year to fill those vacancies. The government should be able to employ 80 thousand persons who have passed the current Teacher Qualification Examination and those who have won the Teacher Qualification Examination that will be held soon as a result of this. As stated in the document.

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