This time change may come in TRB posting based on the priority order of Employment registration seniority. There was a long time case proceedings going on in the Supreme Court about this. Either to give posting based on Employment registration seniority or through the weight age of marks. Now it seems to be that they were discussing to appoint based on the weightage of marks.
It was announced earlier that the posting for tet exam passed candidates will be based on priority of Employment registration seniority, only till the case proceeding in Supreme Court comes to end. Later there will be a change.
Last year (2012) tet pass percentage is very low so all passed candidates are appointed as government teachers after certificate verification.
TRB recently released tet 2013 exam marks, 14,496 candidates passed in paper 1 and about 12,596 candidates got eligible in 2nd paper. But this year there is only 12000 vacancies in government schools. So this time TRB will recruit the right candidate for jobs with the help of their weightage marks.
Chennai high court order that the teacher appointment must be based on the priority of Employment registration seniority, againsting this state government of Tamilnadu appealed a case on the supreme court. Considering this the Supreme Court announced a notice that until the case is in progress the appointment of teachers should be based on the seniority of employment registration.
So based on this rule last year the posting has been given for trb exam passed candidates. In this stage last month Tamilnadu government send another appeal to the Supreme Court regarding this issue, by saying that it is getting out off this case. Since still the posting is based on the priority.
After reading this, the Supreme Court is in fast progress over this issue to conclude this case. Therefore the teacher’s appointment based on the based on priority of Employment registration is said to be expired. So there is a discussion about this, in future either the posting has to be based on the weight age of marks or by priority as past.