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GOVT JOB: Recruitment for 11 thousand government jobs in Uttarakhand, recruitment will be done from teacher-principal to fourth class employees


Excellent news for the youth of Uttarakhand: The Education Division has ready a calendar for the recruitment of 11 thousand lecturers. Education Minister Dhan Singh Rawat has instructed the departmental officers to begin the recruitment course of as quickly as potential. Rawat held a evaluation assembly with the officers of the Education Division on Tuesday concerning this matter.

11 thousand posts
There are about 11 thousand vacancies within the training division, which shall be stuffed within the tutorial session of 2024-25. The vacant posts embrace about 3900 posts of major training, 1500 posts of assistant lecturers, 700 posts of lecturers, 650 posts of principals, 100 posts of sub-divisional training officers, 624 posts of DIET and about 2500 posts of sophistication IV. Filling these vacant posts will take away the scarcity of lecturers.

Ministerial assertion
Education Minister Dhan Singh Rawat stated {that a} plan has been ready for the recruitment of major and secondary lecturers in addition to lecturers. The recruitment calendar for bumper recruitment in Uttarakhand Education Division is prepared and notification shall be issued quickly. The recruitment will embrace not solely lecturers but additionally principals and greater than 2,500 fourth class workers.
evaluation assembly

In a evaluation assembly with the Faculty Education Division, Education Minister Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat directed the officers to finalize the DIET guidelines, pace up the continued building work in faculties and enhance the services together with infrastructure, school rooms, furnishings, consuming water, electrification, kitchen and bogs in major faculties.

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