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MP seeks CM's intervention to appoint teachers at government school

MP Abdul Rahman urged CM J Jayalalithaa to appoint teachers for the Government Higher Secondary School at Ambalur, as the posts was vacant for the past five years.

Published: 13th September 2013 08:28 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th September 2013 08:28 AM   |  A+A-

MP Abdul Rahman urged CM J Jayalalithaa to appoint teachers for the Government Higher Secondary School at Ambalur, as the posts was vacant for the past five years.

In a letter to the CM, the MP pointed out that while 636 students were studying in schools that came under his constituency, 15 of the 26 teacher posts were vacant. Rahman said the school, situated in a remote village near Vaniyambadi, assumed significance as it’s foundation was laid by former chief minister Kamaraj.

He requested the CM to intervene and fill up the vacancies for teachers posts at the earliest, to improve the quality and standards of rural schools and the post of Tamil teacher, which had been created this year, had not been filled. 



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