Thursday, August 18, 2022

View on proposed limited departmental exam under DoSE

In compliance with the subject above to fill up the 56 vacancies of AHM/JEO through Limited Departmental Examination under School Education Department which is a novel policy of the department to revive the degrading many Government schools across the State by deploying efficient teachers to the school for better teaching and administration as well. Thus, set aside certain percentage of vacancies regarding AHM/JEO posts to be recruited through the NPSC on competency-based exam is justified on the part of the department when we see the prevailing condition of many pathetic Government schools in our State.
As our society needs good leaders in all fields, the Government schools too need a competent leader to lead the school for quality education. It is assumed that the new promotional policy of the teachers might come up to cope up with the schools producing poor or nil results especially in the HSLC or other standard. In this connection, the department would be appreciated if equal attention is also given to both the service length of 35 years or 60 years of age as a servant is going to retire on completion of whichever is earlier. Hence, a regular serving teacher who had granted 7th ROP scale having professional B.Ed degree and attained at least the age of 40 years or above be considered to sit for this competitive examination and not only considering 10 years of service as many teachers entered into service on the verge of expiring their service entry period through proper recruitment exam which will enable them to avail equal opportunity on ground of justice.
The department is expecting to relook into the matters and rectified the conditions whenever necessary. Indeed, the proposed examination to be conducting under the NPSC which is not only for the interest of certain group of teachers or organization but for the interest of all on competent basis among the serving teachers where the exam is going to conduct mainly for the concern of thousands of poor students studying in Government schools in our State.
Kule K Seno, Midland Dimapur

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