Boycott 2023 board exams: Here teachers decide to boycott state board exams, details

Boycott board exams 2023: Government school teachers in Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh have decided to boycott the upcoming state board exams due to non-fulfilment of their long-pending demands. The teachers say that they will also boycott the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) examinations if necessary. The state board exams are starting from 3rd February.

These are the demands
The agitating teachers, led by the state’s apex teachers’ union, Arunachal Teachers Association (ATA), have appealed to the student unions in the state to support them. ATA (Arunachal Teachers Association) is demanding that the earned leave of school teachers be increased from 10 days to 20 days or the retirement age of teachers be increased to 62 and immediate construction of all dilapidated school infrastructure and teachers’ quarters.

It calls for complete bifurcation of the Directorate of Primary and Secondary Education to block level, revision of recruitment rules for teachers in all categories by this year.

Apart from this, it has been decided not to make appointments to the posts of District Adult Education Officer, Assistant Project Officer and Group Education Officer, ATA Central Executive Chairman Kipa Kechak told reporters.

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