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Part time teachers seek regularisation

Part time teachers seek regularisation

Part-time teachers working in government schools appealed to the CM to make an announcement regarding their regularisation in the current budget session which is going to end on May 10  as per the poll promise made by him in many areas in the state and also in the party poll manifesto. 

In a petition sent to the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu by S. Senthilkumar, State Coordinator, All Tamil Nadu Part Time Teachers' Federation said of the 16,000 part time teachers who dreamed of getting a permanent job and joined service nearly 10 years back, 4,000 died and retired, and now 12,000 part-time teachers were working as  eight specialized subject teachers in Computer Science, Physical Education, Painting, Music, Tailoring, Gardening, Architecture, and Life Sciences. Part-time teachers who are losing their livelihoods should be helped by the  Ministry of School Education to make them permanent and employed by the government. 

The CM assured to make them permanent within 100 days of his ruling and supported the teachers stir when he was in opposition.  MK Stalin 
had made a promise to regularise all part-time teachers in Dharmapuri, Kanyakumari, Mayiladuthurai during Stalin's program in your constituency before the legislature, he recalled.