After a lull, protests outside Assembly are once again gathering strength. Hundreds of aspiring junior teachers in the state took to the streets of Bhubaneswar on Monday (Nov 15) demanding employment.
A woman aspirant said that they (Government) had put up notification for 1304 posts where the reservation for ST candidates was higher than the general category. “We cleared all the tests required for the job with many difficulties and still we are jobless,” she alleged.
Members of the Odisha Junior Teacher Aspirants' Association (OJTAA) continued the stir on Thursday demanding immediate filling up of vacant junior teacher posts in the State
OJTAA members alleged that though over 20,000 junior teacher posts are lying vacant in the State, recruitment has not been conducted since December 2016.
Bhubaneswar: In a major development, the state government has finally abolished the post of Sikhya Sahayak and decided to appoint them as Junior teachers. Odisha School & Mass Education Minister Badrinarayan Patra after holding discussions with the agitating teachers informed that the Sikhya Sahayak post will be abolished and the teachers will be posted as […]
Bhubaneswar: The School and Mass Education department assured revision of minimum qualification for primary teachers from matriculation to Plus II and regularisation of the jobs of Sikshya sahayaks in 6 years. The move comes following the long standing protests over fulfillment of various demands by teachers association like Odisha Primary Teachers’ Association (OPTA) and the Odisha Shikshya […]