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ANPSTA reminds
Published on 30 Sep. 2010 12:38 AM IST
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All Nagaland Private School Teachers’ Association (ANPSTA) Wednesday reminded the government to fulfill its demand for implementation of RTE Act and NCTE norms in the recruitment process within stipulated timeframe, failing which it would resort to “banning” all district institutes of education and training (DIETs) centers in the state for indefinite period. In a fresh appeal to the state commissioner and secretary school education and SCERT, the ANPSTA president Namdwa Kulimbe and general secretary I.Senkanungba reiterated that as per the RTE Act 2009 there should be no more appointments of untrained teachers in both government aided and unaided schools. Also reminding of NCTE norms, the ANPSTA said requisite qualification for pre-primary teacher (class A&B) should be 10+2/pre-university with PSTE or diploma in ECE and for primary teacher (class 1-4) the qualification should be 10+2 with PSTE. The association, which had earlier served a 45-day ultimatum to the government, expires November 7 next. “We therefore request the competent authority to look into the matter very seriously and fulfill our genuine demand which is very straight and clear,” said Kulimbe and Senkanungba.

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