UP 69000 Teachers Recruitment: Complete Recruitment on 31,661 posts within a Week, says CM Yogi Adityanath

UP CM Yogi Adityanath has ordered Basic Education Department to complete the recruitment on 31,661 posts within a week. The recruitment on 31,661 posts of Assistant Teachers is hanging, after Siksha Mitras approached High Court on irregularities in declaration of result, which resulted stay on 31661 posts of Assistant Teachers from 69,000 posts.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Sep 19, 2020 17:41 IST
UP 69000 Teachers Recruitment: Complete Recruitment on 31,661 posts within a Week, says CM Yogi Adityanath
Uttar Pradesh CM holding Cabinet Meeting- Image Credit- HT

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has ordered to complete the recruitment on 31,661 remaining posts of Assistant Teachers within a week. CM on Saturday ordered the concerned Agency to conclude the remaining proceedings and finish the recruitment in next week, as joining of candidates is hanging in the year 2019 advertised 69,000 Assistant Teachers Recruitment. In regards to the Appointment letter, CM also said that for the remaining 31,661 posts, appointment letters also need to be offered within next six months.

Chief Minister instructed to complete the recruitment process of 31,661 Assistant Teachers in the Basic Education Department in a week. He has said that the state government is committed to providing adequate employment opportunities and jobs to the youth in the state, CM Office tweeted.

Chairing a meeting with the officials, Chief Minister on Saturday said that the State Government is committed to provide sufficient employment opportunities to the youth. Chief Minister's Office on Saturday said that the Uttar Pradesh TET examination was conducted successfully by the Basic Education Board on January 6, 2019, for the recruitment of 69,000 Assistant Teachers.

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Successive to the evaluation of the answer copies, Board declared the result which later objected in the High Court and Supreme Court. Announcing its verdict in the June 2020, Supreme Court of India gave mandate setting up of 65 percent marks for General category and 60 percent marks for Reserved categories passing the TET examination. In respect of this mandate, writ petitions were held by some candidates in the Allahabad High Court. In the main writ petition Ramsharan Maurya vs State Government and others, Allahabad High Court delivered verduct in favor of the rule on 29 March 2020.

At present, 69000 recruitments in Basic Education Department, 16629 recruitments in Police Department and recruitment on 853 posts in Power Corporation (Department of Energy), are underway. "A total of 86482 recruitments are under process" in the Uttar Pradesh state, Chief Minister's Office added.