A lot of relatives of CEM, many MDC families got jobs in ADC, unemployed people are furious
By Our Correspondent
Agartala, Updated: January 20, 2022, 09:24:16 AM
According to the received news, several appointments have been made in Group-D post in ADC recently. It is reported that there has been a lot of unfair activities was done during selection of the candidates. Unemployed youths were angry because of such unfair misdeeds in ADC.
Although many qualified candidates did not get the job, Nanda Bhakti Jamatia, a close relative of ADC's chief executive member Purnachandra Jamatia, got the job. She is the niece of the wife of the chief executive member.
Similarly, Surjit Debbarma, the nephew of ADC chairman Jagadish Debbarma, got the job. His father is also working in government service in ADC. Nirulta Debbarma, a close relative of MDC Ganesh Debbarma, has also got a job. His family is also in government service.
There are also allegations that close relatives of several executive members have been given jobs by exerting political influence. According to the ADC's unemployed youth circles, before the election, Tipra Matha's chairman Pradyot Kishor Debbarma spoke of transparency in the administration. But after coming to power by winning the people's vote, the current work cannot be found to match with the previous words. Especially in Group-D jobs, the way in which the leaders of the ruling party have been distributed among the relatives by exerting political influence is not good.
According to the unemployed youths, 12 tutors have recently been hired at Khumpui Academy under ADC. There are 7/8 of them who have not done B-Ed or DEL-Ed course. There are even those who have taken a job as a tutor with an engineering degree! He is none other than Jackson Debbarma, son of Senacharan Debbarma, co-president of Tipra Matha. After passing NIT, he has got job in Khumpui Academy as a tutor in the academy.
It may be mentioned here that Khumpui Academy is one of the 100 schools that the state government is going to upgrade to CBSE under the Vidya Jyoti project. In this situation, the question has arisen, about the quality of education. This is because the new education policy has made it compulsory for public and private schools in the country to have B-Ed or DEL-Ed degree or diploma for teacher’s job. On the other hand, the state government is also promoting the state-of-the-art education system in 100 schools under the Vidya Jyoti project. But in all these schools, due to being the son of a leader, an engineer (without any B-Ed or DEL-Ed) is also employed as a 'Tutor'.
Naturally, questions have been raised about the quality of education. (Tripurainfo)