Shikshak Sewa Aayog Prepared to Publish Vacancy of three levels. To fill open teaching positions in public schools, the Teachers Service Commission (Shikshak Sewa Aayog – TSC) will hold three tiers of recruitment campaigns and tests. Although the Education Act specifies that there would only be two levels at the school level. The commission will continue the teacher appointment procedure in accordance with the three-level system. The basic and secondary school structures is mention in the Education Act.
Teachers are chosen through various examinations at the primary, lower secondary, and secondary levels. According to the Education Regulations and Teachers Service Commission Regulations. Two levels of teachers can only be chosen once the provision of the regulation is revised or after a separate law linked to the Teacher Service Commission is enacted. According to Sudarshan Marhatha, the commission’s information officer. According to the annual plan, the Commission has already begun preparing to advertise for all three levels.
Shikshak Sewa Aayog Prepared to Publish Vacancy of three levels
The Commission states that once the Center for Education and Human Resource Development puts out a list of open teaching positions in public schools. The advertising process will begin. Marhatha, the Commission’s information officer. Reported that the advertisement procedure had been delayed because the center was expected to provide the job openings in October.
By the end of March, the Center will compute the vacancies and send them to the Commission. Additionally, advertisements is publish in relation to the aforementioned position as well as the open position for which the previous examination was unsuccessful. The commission will run advertisements for the primary level in November 2022, the secondary level in January 2023, and the lower secondary level in January 2023, according to the annual schedule.
Source: Gorkhapatra Daily 31st October 2022
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