Appointment letters were distributed to 845 newly appointed teachers of Prayagraj in order to recruit 69000 assistant teachers in council primary schools. In the list of 31277, 921 out of 979 candidates allotted for 990 vacancies in the district. Out of these, 845 teachers were distributed on Friday in the program organized in the auditorium of United College Naini. Appointment letter could not be distributed to 76 candidates due to technical reasons and non-matching of documents.
While handing over appointment letters, Chief Guest Phulpur MP Keshari Devi Patel said that the burden of future generation is on the shoulders of teachers. He will lead the country on the path of development. Mayor Abhilasha Gupta Nandi said that education is the only thing that is distributed as much as it is distributed. Teachers are nation builders. City Northern MLA Harshvardhan Bajpai said that the President of America, the world’s most powerful country, also considers the educated youth of India as iron. This is due to our teachers.
However, it is also a matter of concern that the council schools do not look as hostile as the convent or the central school. His representative Sant Prasad Pandey read out his message in the absence of Allahabad MP Dr. Rita Bahuguna Joshi. In-charge minister of the district Mahendra Singh was to attend the program but the program was postponed at the last minute. Earlier, five teachers in NIC Ashish, Abhishek, Sulochana, Shweta Gaur and Vinita Verma were given appointment letters.
The guests were welcomed by Basic Education Officer Sanjay Kumar Kushwaha and GIC teacher Dr. Prabhakar Tripathi. The vote of thanks was given by the Education Officer Headquarters Arjun Singh. Koraon MLA Rajmani Cole, Bara MLA Dr Ajay Bharti, DM Bhanuchandra Goswami, CDO Ashish Kumar, Block Education Officer Santosh Srivastava, Manoj Rai, Ramchandra Yadav, Santosh Yadav, Kiran Pandey, Mamta Sarkar, Harishchandra Giri, Rajiv Tripathi etc.
Job photo found after 20 years of long struggle is
Prayagraj When the selected teachers received appointment letters in 69000 Assistant Teacher Recruitment, happiness was scattered on their faces. The happiness of the Shikshamitras was not there, because after a long struggle of one and a half to two decades, they got a confirmed job. Asha Devi of Mubarakpur Phulpur has been working as a teacher since 2001. 50-year-old Asha Devi will be able to serve as a teacher for 12 years. Mouaima’s Phoolkali, who worked as a Shikshamitra since 2005 and Krishna Gupta of Shikshamitra Atarasuiya since 2007, had a sense of satisfaction floating in his face. Ashok Kumar Singh, a 28-year-old youth from Koraon was also among those who received appointment letters. Ashok of OBC category got 141 marks in Supertate. Newly appointed teachers are required to join the BSA office along with their medical report. They have not yet been posted in schools. The BSA informed that posting will take place after getting instructions from the government.
24 Divyangs also got appointment
There are also 24 Divyang (17 male and 7 female) among the 845 candidates who have received appointment letters in the district. Counseling for differently abled candidates took place on 15 October.
The format of appointment letter suddenly changed
Prayagraj The entire department was disturbed by the sudden change in the proforma of appointment letters of newly appointed teachers on Thursday evening. About 7 o’clock in the evening, the government received instructions that the address of the house of selected teachers will be written in the appointment letter. After that a fresh appointment letter will be prepared. Printing of appointment letter continued till four o’clock on Friday morning.
Nyaya Morcha begins 69-hour hunger strike
Prayagraj The Justice Morcha on Friday launched a 69-hour hunger strike at the Directorate of Education against alleged corruption in 69000 teacher recruitment and ignoring the rules of reservation. Amar Bahadur Gautam is leading the hunger strike to demand proper implementation of reservation in recruitment, giving opportunity for correction of human error in the form, punishing all the convicts involved in corruption and conducting a CBI investigation of corruption. Nyam Morcha co-convenor Sumit Gautam said the government was taking arbitrary decisions.