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ENSF representation to education department
Published on 21 Dec. 2010 12:13 AM IST
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Drawing attention to the government advertisement dated December 15, 2010 calling for interview to the post of primary and graduate teachers exclusively for candidates possessing PSTE and B.Ed, the ENSF has reminded the school education department of the relaxation policy and to take due note of it and issue necessary corrigendum.
ENSF president, Hawang T. Wangsha and vice president, Likhumse Sangtam in a joint representation to the director, school education Kohima made mention of the government and education department orders dated January 9, 2009, January 4, 2008, March 10, 2008, March 28, 2008 and October 27, 2008. According to the ENSF, these orders concerning the State Policy on Recruitment of Teachers under the department of school education gave 10 years relaxation to the six tribes of Eastern Nagaland namely; Konyak, Chang, Khiamniungan, Yimchunger, Sangtam and Phom who do not possess the prescribed professional qualification.
The Federation said it would take necessary action and protest as deemed fit if the Relaxation Policy was not implemented in letter and spirit and would “firmly oppose such discriminating practices” by the department.
The ENSF at the same time urged the concerned department to extend the last date for submission of applications and interview taking into account the overall inconvenience of the educated unemployed youths and the activities and engagements of the season.

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