Teacher who protested in flight against CM likely to be dismissed from service

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Kannur: Steps were taken to dismiss Farseen Majeed, the youth congress worker who protested against Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan inside the flight, from teacher post at Muttanur UP School. Currently, he is on suspension based on the incident.

In a report submitted by District Education Officer to Public Education Director, it was noted that Farseen hasn't passed Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test (KTET) exam and his probation period is yet to be completed.

Meanwhile, police said that they are collecting more information regarding the previous cases registered against him. School management said that he would be dismissed on the basis of the decision taken by the educational department.

Farsen Majeed joined service at the school in June 2019. The education department didn't conduct the K-TET test for those who joined service in 2019 and 2020 due to Covid-19. Therefore, his appointment was approved on March 16, 2021. However, his probation has not been announced as he did not pass the K-TET before March 15, 2022. Teachers who do not pass K-TET will not receive an annual increment.

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