Hyderabad, Jan.24 (Hydnow): BJP state president Bandi Sanjay Kumar today demanded the state government to fill up 44000 vacant teachers post in Telangana. He alleged that the state government was neglecting the recruitment of the vacant Teachers jobs in Telangana.
He claimed that the educational system had collapsed in Telangana due to the non recruitment of the teachers posts and added theft the state had stood at 18th position in the education sector of the country. He claimed that 7 lakh unemployed youth were eagerly waiting for the filling up of the vacant posts. He also claimed that the students were in despair due to the lack of teachers in their schools.
Speaking further, he said that the unemployed youth were not happy due to the non conduct of the TET for them for the last five years. Stating that the residential schools of BCs, SCs, STs and minorities and aided schools have hundreds of vacant teachers posts, he demanded the state government to fill up all the posts on a war footing. (Hydnow)
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