Protest by B.Ed Candidates

HYDERABAD: About 2,000 B.Ed graduates marched through the Osmania University campus here on Tuesday, demanding that the state government  fill all the School Assistant (SA) posts through

Published: 11th January 2012 02:49 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:12 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: About 2,000 B.Ed graduates marched through the Osmania University campus here on Tuesday, demanding that the state government  fill all the School Assistant (SA) posts through direct recruitment.

The State B.Ed Candidates Association has also called for a two-day bandh of all B.Ed colleges and universities in the state on January 11 and 12. Association president Alvala Madhusudan said they would intensify the agitation if the government did not make direct recruitment to vacant SA posts.

The government issued a GO recently, creating 9,569 SA posts and announced direct recruitment.

Major unions of teachers are opposed to  direct recruitments to all posts, saying that the government has to fill 70 pc SA posts through promotions as per teacher service guidelines.

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