08 May 2020, 10:15 am By Rohit Sindhu
Uttar Pradesh 69,000 Teachers' bharti within a Week |Result & Counseling soon

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has announced to complete the 69,000 Teachers recruitment within one week. After the Allahabad High Court's verdict on 69000 Teachers Bharti over Cut off marks on Wednesday, concerned authority is directed to declare Result, Counseling proceedings swiftly as Govt has decided to complete bharti within a week. The examination result, final answer key and Merit List and also Counseling process on 69,000 Teachers' bharti is pending for more than one and half year.

Welcoming the High Court's verdict of Wednesday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in his statement assured students that bharti on 69k Teachers positions to be finished within a week.

Uttar Pradesh 69,000 Teachers'bharti within a week

On Wednesday thousands of students got relief after High Court’s decision over Cut off marks in 69,000 Teachers' Recruitment exam. The recruitment of 69,000 Teachers in Primary Schools is pending for more than One year. High Court on May 6 delivered it’s decision in favor of Government, allowing 60-65% cut off marks for Categories Reserved and Unreserved respectively.

U.P Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Thursday directed Officials and Basic Education Board concerned Authority to complete the recruitment as soon as possible within one Week to deliver Employment to eligible aspirants. Board seems to publish Final Answer Key and Result on Cut off Marks. Govt has also asked authority to conduct Online Counseling.

Uttar Pradesh 69000 teachers bharti within a week

In prior UP Basic Education Department to file Caveat in Supreme Court to assure that any decision without taking cognizance of Department in this regarding would not be delivered in SC. Shikshamitras had earlier filed the petition over cut off marks in High Court and after the decision likely to move to Supreme Court.

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However in related report a question on appointment of B.Ed candidates is being raised. Several B.Ed candidates have not completed their qualification and are still waiting for final marksheets.