Travancore Devaswom Board, which is mandated to administer temples in Southern Kerala, is all set to appoint Arabic teachers in schools which come under its management in Kerala. The board has already published a rank list.
According to the list, the Devaswom Board has selected four candidates to teach Arabic in its various schools. Shameera, Bushara Beegum, Mubash and Sumayya Muhammed are the four names featured in the rank list.
The Board will also fill the teaching vacancies for the subjects like Mathematics, Music, Social Science, Hindi etc. However, as per the published rank list, no Sanskrit teachers have been recruited. The board has published a rank list of total 51 candidates. There are several schools, colleges and other educational institutions under the Travancore Devaswom Board in southern districts of Kerala.
Travancore Devaswom Board is said to be an autonomous body constituted under the Travancore Cochin Hindu Religious Institutions Act XV of 1950. It is entrusted with the task of administrating 1248 temples in the erstwhile princely state of Travancore comprised in the State of Kerala which were earlier administrated by the ruler of Travancore prior to the integration of the Princely states of Travancore and Cochin in 1949.
With its vice-like grip on the five Devaswom Boards in Kerala temples, the Communist athiests-controlled CPM regime continues to deny economic benefits to the Hndus in Kerala.
The Kerala Assembly had passed a controversial bill, the Kerala Madrasa Teachers Welfare Fund Bill, 2019, last year, that ensures madrasa teachers across the state a pension in Rs 1500-7500 range. The bill was passed in Kerala Assembly on November 18. Minister for Wakf and Minority Welfare K T Jaleel presented the bill and said the aim was to improve the service conditions of the madrasa teachers and to support their families.