NTRCA has been ordered to speed up recruitment to solve the teacher crisis


Adviser on Education and Culture of the Prime Minister has ordered to speed up the recruitment process to continue teaching and reduce the teacher shortage. Kamal Abdul Nasser Chowdhury.

He said this while visiting the office of the Private Teacher Registration and Certification Authority (NTRCA) on Thursday (July 4) at 10:30 am. Before this, he discussed the work plan and activities with various level officials including NTRCA Chairman.

During the exchange of views, officials said that the process of revising the current law, manpower and teacher recruitment process rules of NTRCA is in process. At present, many teaching posts are vacant in private schools, colleges and madrasas under MPO. The authority is also short of its own manpower.

Later Dr. Kamal Abdul Nasser Chowdhury said that teaching is being disrupted due to teacher shortage in many educational institutions of the country. Employment and quality education can be ensured if teachers are appointed at the earliest. Efforts should be made to speed up the teacher recruitment process.

He said that every step of determining the teacher’s needs, publication of circulars, acceptance of recruitment tests and recruitment should be transparent and merit-based.

After the exchange of views, Kamal Abdul Naser visited the NTRCA office. Chairman of NTRCA. Various officials including Saifullahil Azam participated.

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