On Sunday, several candidates seeking employment as residential school teachers experienced nervous moments as they frantically looked for a gazetted officer who could attest to and sign their academic credentials so they could participate in the certificate verification process for recruitment to Post Graduate Teacher (PGT) positions.
 
The telangana Residential educational institutions - Recruitment Board (TREI-RB), which had scheduled the verification process at Kumram bheem Adivasi Bhavan, Banjara Hills, informed several job seekers who only had educational certificates. This caused problems because the applicants were told that they needed to submit the original and two sets of photocopies of their caste and educational certificates, among other documents, along with an attestation form that had been duly signed by a gazetted officer.
 

The candidates bemoaned not having enough time to submit accurate certificates and vented their frustration with how the certificate verification process was handled. The TREI-RB was also criticized by candidates for not giving them enough time to get ready for the certificate verification procedure. According to applicants, the Board had sent out notifications on february 9 requesting them to attend the verification of certificates on february 11.

applicants for teaching jobs expressed dissatisfaction with TREI-RB for calling all subject applicants for certificate verification in a single day rather than allocating one or two courses per day. More than 2,500 individuals were contacted for certificate verification for a total of 1,276 jobs in the subjects of Telugu, English, Mathematics, Physical Science, Biological Science, and Social Science.
 
 

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