Tamil Nadu government on Monday announced that it would conduct a special Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) for differently-abled candidates who hold B. Ed degree yet are unemployed. The state teachers Recruitment Board will be entrusted to conduct the test.
Also, the state chief minister Jayalalithaa said in a statement that those differently-abled candidates who with B. Ed degree have cleared TET would be employed in the backlog vacancies as well as in the vacancies arising in the future.
The school education department would train visually-challenged candidates and their scribes to help clear the special TET that would be conducting through District Institute of Education and Training (DIETs) across the state.
Further, there is a total of 200 visually challenged Post graduate candidates in the state, and as per the government direction, they would also be employed in the backlog vacancies, once they clear the TRB test for PG candidates.
For colleges, the TN government has announced to take necessary steps for the employment of 100 visually-challenged candidates who have made it in National Eligibility Test (NET) and State Level Eligibility Test in backlog vacancies and in future vacancies.
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