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Primary school teachers upset over TET order

Teachers, who wish to work in aided schools in Maharashtra for lower primary grade 1 to V and upper primary grade VI to VIII, need to clear the TET compulsory

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Primary section teachers in Mumbai and across the state are upset with a Government Resolution issued on November 24, that makes it mandatory for them to clear the Teacher's Eligibility Test (TET) in a maximum of three attempts, if they have been appointed in schools after February 13, 2013.

Teachers, who wish to work in aided schools in Maharashtra for lower primary grade 1 to V and upper primary grade VI to VIII, need to clear the TET compulsory. The test needs to be cleared within three attempts by teachers who have been appointed to government and aided schools. Since the state started conducting the TET in 2012, it is possible that there are a large number of teachers hired in schools who have not passed the test.

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