Finally, the results of the recruitment of 54 thousand teachers were published

The Private Teacher Registration Authority (NTRCA) has announced the results of recruitment of 54,000 teachers against the vacant posts in private schools, colleges and madrasas. The results were released on the website on Thursday night.

Private Teacher Registration and Certification Authority (NTRCA) Secretary. ATM Mahbub-ul Karim told this reporter, ‘The results have been published on the website. SMS will also be given later.

After a long case complication, the NTRCA released the results of the third public notice. NTRCA said a copy of the results was handed over to the education minister on Thursday afternoon. Passed candidates will receive SMS. Or candidates can go to http://ngi.teletalk.com.bd/ntrca/app/ to know the result.

Candidates have been campaigning for this result for a long time. Eventually they got the fruit. In such a difficult time of Corona crisis, the result of that notification brought a smile on the face of almost half a lakh unemployed. Shant Ahmed, President of the Third Public Circular Forum and Habibullah Raju, General Secretary expressed their gratitude to the Education Minister and his associates.

On December 14, 2016, the High Court gave a verdict. There were several points in that verdict. One of them was to issue certificates in the name of the writ petitioner and other applicants as per the combined merit list. But the writ petitioners filed a contempt of court petition as the verdict was not implemented in two years. After hearing his application, the High Court issued a rule in 2019. While this rule is under consideration, NTRCA issued a public notification for 54 thousand posts. The petitioners then filed a petition to stop the appointment.

On May 8, the High Court ordered the suspension of the third public notice on the basis of their application. At the same time, the court directed to recommend the appointment of the certificate holders of the first to 12th registration examinations who went to the court as they felt deprived.

The High Court then directed the NTRCA to recommend the appointment of the certificate holders and contempt applicants who passed the registration test on May 31 within four weeks as per the directions of the High Court. NTRCA then appealed against the verdict. On the basis of the appeal, the Appellate Division dismissed the petitioners’ application. This removes all barriers to teacher recruitment.

(Dhaka Times / 15 July / KM)


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