Asserting that it has “failed to digest” the exercise carried out by the concerned department in the declaration of the result of the teachers under RMSA, the Central Nagaland Tribal Council (CNTC) has sought clarification from the responsible authorities within 30 days.
In a press release, CNTC president Hokiye Yeptho and general secretary Imtinochet pointed out that as per the notification the qualification for the second languages i.e Ao, Lotha, Sumi was graduate in any discipline with respective languages subject up to Class 12 and for Tenyedie –graduate with Tenyedie as a subject. CNTC also stated that the available post for respective languages teacher were Ao-20, Lotha-10, Sumi- 9 and Tenyedie -21 posts.
However, it asserted that the result of the qualified teachers in respective languages subject were Ao–5 out of 20 posts with 26 appeared, Sumi- 8 out of 9 posts with 27 appeared, Lotha – 4 out of 10 posts with 14 appeared and Tenyedie-30 out of 21 post with 57 appeared.
Referring to clarification of Nagaland Education mission Society RMSA vide its notification dated Dec 17, 2015 that it did not get sufficient numbers of candidates having 45% or above in graduation for the Ao, Sumi and Lotha language teacher posts, the CNTC questioned how different qualification criteria was imposed only at the time of declaration of the result subduing the earlier notification on qualification criteria for the post.
It also asked from where the excess 9 posts were brought and filled for Tenyedie.
CNTC alleged that there were “apparent irregularities” in the declaration of “anomalous results” by the concerned authority and the department.
It therefore has demanded clarification on the matter, saying it was “resolute to withstand for its justification at any cost.”