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State Education Minister Bratya Basu on Wednesday held a meeting with a delegation of candidates, who had cleared Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) in 2014 but yet to receive jobs, and give them assurance that the government will look into their grievances. A six-member delegation of TET candidatesmet Basu at Bikash Bhawan today. “We held a discussion with the education minister and it was satisfactory. He has given us assurance that he will look into our demands.,” said a TET candidate after the meeting.
Speaking to reporters, Bratya Basu said the government will “act as per law.”
Meanwhile, a para teacher organisation, ‘Parsho Shikshak Oikya Mancha’ organised a protest march from Sealdah station to Rani Rashmoni Avenue demanding “proper pay scale structure” and “child care as well as retirement benefits” from the government.

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