CREATING EQUAL JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN THE TEACHING SECTOR AT TAMILNADU: PEOPLE’S PERSPECTIVE
Keywords:Economic Education, Employment, Teaching ability, Opportunity, Skill development
Tamil Nadu is the eleventh largest Indian state by area and the sixth largest state by population (socio-economic statistics India, 2017). The number of qualified teachers is more, and the number of people employed in teaching jobs in the government sector is less. Tamilnadu has a significant amount of qualified people who are educated with competitive skills. The number of opportunities available for job seekers in the teaching sector is less. It is critical to understand the contemporary changes and identify the possible alternative approach to create equal job opportunities for unemployed and qualified people. In this paper, authors discuss the skill level of the currently employed teachers, developing a proposal for providing a teaching job for a defined period and the positive and negative consequence of introducing the substitute strategy.
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