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The education department has issued an advertisement, allowing students who have graduated in social studies (SS), to appear in the teacher's eligibility test (TET). The students were earlier not eligible for the TET prompting the candidates to challenge their omission.
The department, however, said that students who have pursued sociology, psychology and political science will not be allowed to take the TET. The TET is being held for teachers in class VI-VIII. This has led to resentment among students pursuing these subjects at graduation and post-graduation levels and they have made a representation to the education department. The students claimed that psychology and sociology subjects are crucial for better teaching and it would be unfair if these graduates are barred from taking the TET.
Courtesy: Times of India
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