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Permanent appointments for Jaffna voluntary teachers

COLOMBO: The Cabinet approved permanent appointments to 380 voluntary teachers in the Jaffna district, Social Services and Social Welfare Minister Douglas Devananda said.

He said these voluntary teachers serve in different parts in the Jaffna district under difficult circumstances. They requested permanency. Responding to their request, Cabinet approval had been granted to confirm them in their posts.

Voluntary teachers who had completed three years of service by December 31, 2005 would be eligible for permanent teaching appointments.

They will be called for interviews soon.

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