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Published on 4 Apr. 2010 12:00 AM IST
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A team comprising of four members of the All Nagaland Pre-Service Teachers’ Association (ANPSTA) met the officials of the National Council for Teachers Education (NCTE), a statutory body under ministry of human resource development, New Delhi from March 29-31 to appraise and appeal for immediate intervention on the current system of recruitment policy of elementary teachers in Nagaland.
ANPSTA office bearers including its president, chairman, finance secretary and action committee member in a joint statement said they submitted a representation to the NCTE stating that the state government failed to do justice to the trained unemployed PSTE personnel by not implementing the regulations/norms set by the NCTE.
ANPSTA said it was learnt that the state education department has been submitting false report (non-availability of enough trained PSTE personnel) about the fact and figures of trained PSTE personnel available in the state.
Having learnt the present scenario of recruitment of elementary teachers and figures of the “huge number” of trained unemployed teachers available in the state, ANPSTA said that the NCTE officials categorically assured its visiting members that immediate steps/actions and strong written directions would be served to the Nagaland government.
ANPSTA said the NCTE officials also encouraged its members to go ahead with their “rightful demand.”

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