The Tripura Pradesh Yuva Morcha, a youth organization, recently expressed their appreciation to the Chief Minister, State Cabinet, and State Government for reintroducing the mandatory Pre-Recruitment Training Certificate (PRTC) requirement in government employment in Tripura. This decision has brought joy and hope to the unemployed youth in the state. During a press conference held at the state office, the Yuva Morcha leaders thanked the government, specifically Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha, for addressing their long-standing demand.
Vicky Prasad, a leader of the Yuva Morcha, emphasized that the state government is committed to working in the best interests of the youth. The decision to reinstate the mandatory PRTC requirement is a step towards securing the future of the unemployed youth in Tripura.
It is worth noting that the mandatory PRTC condition for applying to government jobs in Tripura was unexpectedly lifted during the tenure of Chief Minister Biplap Kumar Deb after the establishment of the BJP government in 2018. Consequently, unemployed individuals from outside the state began to take advantage of the state government jobs in all categories, from Group A to Group D. This led to frustration and protests among the unemployed youth of Tripura.
However, in response to the growing anger and protests, the state cabinet recently made the decision to reinstate the mandatory PRTC requirement for all Tripura government jobs. This move aims to ensure that the opportunities for employment in the state are primarily accessible to the local unemployed youth.
Tripura Pradesh Yuva Morcha expressed their gratitude to the Chief Minister, State Cabinet, and State Government for their decision to reintroduce the mandatory PRTC requirement for government employment in Tripura. The leaders of the Yuva Morcha commended the government for taking this step to prioritize the interests and future of the state’s unemployed youth. By reinstating the mandatory PRTC condition, the government aims to restore fairness and provide better employment opportunities to the local unemployed youth. This decision is seen as a positive development that will benefit the aspiring job seekers in Tripura.