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More than 800 teachers of Nagar Prathmik Shikshak Samiti decided to stay away from the Shikshak Sajjata Exam conducted on Tuesday

More than 800 teachers of Nagar Prathmik Shikshak Samiti decided to stay away from the Shikshak Sajjata Exam conducted on Tuesday.

More than 800 teachers of Nagar Prathmik Shikshak Samiti decided to stay away from the Shikshak Sajjata Exam conducted on Tuesday
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More than 800 teachers of Nagar Prathmik Shikshak Samiti decided to stay away from the Shikshak Sajjata Exam conducted on Tuesday. They protest against the written exams taken by the government and said there are many ways for evaluation. They all joined after giving exams and ability and feel insulting about this written exam for evaluation.

The primary education department hold the exam on Tuesday amid sustained protests by teachers. Inspite of Education minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said that the test is voluntary, the teachers are not ready to give the test.

More than 800 teachers of NPSS decided not to appear in the exam conducted by the state government. "We all joined as teachers after appeared in exams and being tested for our abilities. Time to time training is also conducted to stay connected with the pace and changes in education system. However this type of written exam is insulting for us and we decide to stay away from it. There are other ways for evaluation but written exam is strict no, " Said Pinakin Patel President NPSS.

General Secretary NPSS Jigar Thakar said around 900 teachers are decided to stay away from the written exam as they all prove their abilities and joined the profession. The government can use hitech methods like online evaluation of teachers. He request government to keep teachers inside the class for teaching and help improve the education rather than to make them appear in written exams.

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