Central Administrative Tribunal Principal Bench today after hearing advocate Ashok Agarwal counsel for the special education teacher-candidates, has struck down Clause 4 of the HRD Ministry Guidelines dated 8.11.2011 that says, " The condition of passing TET will not be relaxed by the Central Government". Adv Agarwal had argued that such a clause is in contravention of Section 23 (2) of the Right to Education Act, 2009.
This Judgment clears the way for CTET/TET relaxations in teachers’ appointment across the country as all the States & UTs are now empowered to make a request to the Central Government for CTET/TET relaxations and the Central Government may consider the same on its own merits.
Ashok Agarwal, Advocate
great decision. cngrts sir by many of the experienced teachers
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