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Representatives of commerce students met education minister Bhanwarlal Meghwal on 7 April demanding that the National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE) make commerce graduates eligible for the Teachers Eligibility Test (TET). However, the meeting had no substantial outcome. As per the NCTE guidelines, commerce graduates are ineligible for TET as commerce subjects are not taught at the primary or elementary level. "We approached the minister expecting some solution to our problem but the minister expressed his helplessness. He has asked us to approach the NCTE," a student said.
The students also staged a dharna outside Meghwal's residence in Civil Lines. According to NCTE guidelines, only students who qualify TET conducted by various state governments will be appointed as teachers after August 2010. "If commerce graduates can do B.Ed. then why are they being debarred from teaching at primary level," said Lekhraj Gurjar, one of the candidates who could not apply for TET.
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