Both the teachers’ unions have come up with this by taking the Teacher Readiness Survey. While the teachers have taken an oath to boycott the examination under the auspices of the Educational Federation, the State Teachers Union is in support of the examination.
The state teachers’ union has claimed that more than 92,000 teachers have shown readiness to appear for the exam. The state teachers’ union also claimed that 60 per cent hall tickets were issued in two days.
The State Teachers Union has claimed that more than 20,000 teachers of standard six to eight languages and sociology have downloaded hall tickets.
So 11 thousand 908 teachers of standard six to eight maths and science have downloaded hall tickets. Not only that, about three thousand 950 principals have also been claimed to have downloaded hall tickets.
Punh Kasoti July
Only BJP MLAs have come out in support of teachers in opposition to the Teacher Readiness Survey Examination. The Federation of Education had also written a letter to the Education Minister not to conduct the survey. Under the auspices of the Federation of Education, the teachers took an oath to boycott the examination.
The National Federation of Education (NFE) is still opposed to the Teacher Readiness Survey. The office bearers of the Federation of Education also met BJP state president CR Patil and made a presentation on the examination. In this regard, different BJP MLAs had also written a letter to Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama not to conduct a teacher readiness survey.
The Teacher Readiness Survey was announced on 24 August. With this announcement, there has been a huge outcry among teachers. The National Federation of Education (NFE) had started protesting against the survey and demanded cancellation of the examination in the name of the survey.