Assam School Teacher Recruitment 2023: If you have been looking for teacher recruitment for a long time, then let us tell you, Assam Education Minister Ranoj Pegu has announced on Wednesday that the state has started an important recruitment process for school teachers. Directorate of Secondary Education has released the advertisement for a total of 14,223 teacher posts across Assam. This is good news for those candidates who want to apply for the posts of Post Graduate Teacher and Graduate Teacher.
According to the advertisement, the Director of Secondary Education has recruited 1,424 posts for Post Graduate Teachers and 7,249 posts for Graduate Teachers. In which graduate teachers will be recruited for various stream subjects including Arts, Science, Hindi and Sanskrit in Provincial Secondary School. The candidates selected for the posts of this recruitment will be given a good salary, which will also include other benefits.
Recruitment will be done on the posts of 3,800 assistant teachers.
Director Elementary Education has issued advertisement to fill 3,800 posts of Assistant Teacher in Lower Primary (LP) schools. Along with this, advertisement has been issued in many newspapers for 1,750 posts of Assistant Teacher, Science Teacher, Hindi Teacher for Upper Primary (UP) schools.
Let us tell you, if the level of education in the country is to be increased, then emphasis should be given on the appointment of teachers. Even today, schools in such cities, villages and towns are included where a decrease in the number of teachers has been observed.
Some time ago, Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) had conducted the examination for the recruitment of teachers. A total of 86,557 posts of teachers will be filled through this recruitment drive.
State Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said, “Today, our government has released vacancies for more than 10,000 posts in the education department. We will not only fulfill our promise of providing but also hiring more than 1 lakh government jobs with the highest transparency in the history of Assam.
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