Preparations in full-swing for recruitment of 33 thousand teachers in Chhattisgarh

TET exam to be conducted soon

Education Minister Brijmohan Agrawal directs SCERT to conduct TET exam soon

Raipur: School Education Minister Brijmohan Agrawal has instructed SCERT Director Rajendra Katara to conduct Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) in the state soon.

Following the instructions of Education Minister Agrawal, SCERT has written a letter to the Professional Examination Board (Vyapam) asking to conduct TET examination in the state as soon as possible.

Minister Shri Agrawal had made an announcement in the Assembly regarding the recruitment of 33 thousand teachers in the state. In the same sequence, preparations are in full-swing to ensure the implementation of this announcement. Arrangements are in progress to organize TET exam and ensure participation of maximum number of youth in the recruitment process. He said that the examination will be conducted with complete transparency.

It is noteworthy that TET exam has not been conducted in Chhattisgarh for almost 3 years, which has led to disappointment among the youth who dream of becoming a teacher. Several young candidates had requested Education Minister Brijmohan Agrawal to organize TET exam in the state, in response to which Shri Agrawal had made the announcement in the Assembly.