69,000 basic teachers appointed: It’s our pledge to provide jobs without discrimination, says Yogi

By: Express News Service | Lucknow |

December 6, 2020 3:56:55 am

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath

The choice technique of the 69,000 teachers of the Basic Education Department was accomplished after appointment letters had been handed over to 36,590 teachers amid the presence of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in Lucknow on Saturday.

In a programme held on the official residence of the CM, he handed over appointment letters to six newly recruited teachers. The others obtained their letters throughout programmes orgainsed of their respective districts.

Earlier on October 16, appointment letters got to 31,277 assistant teachers of the basic training division. Again on October 23, posting and appointment letters had been provided to 3,317 assistant teachers of the division of secondary training.

“It is our pledge to provide jobs without any discrimination and with transparency. This would have been completed way back in January itself, but some people kept creating hindrances for their personal interest and slanderous politics. The Supreme Court also accepted the policy of the government as correct and finally, the important selection process has been completed,” the CM stated on the occasion.

Congratulating the newly appointed teachers, he stated the duty of major teachers could be very important because the training and worth they communicate to college students final for a lifetime.

“Now that schools are closed due to Covid-19, the newly appointed teachers must go to schools and meet the children and their parents. Besides making them aware, they should keep teaching them something new and innovative,” he stated. He additionally directed the officers to provide a duplicate of the brand new nationwide training coverage to the newly appointed teachers, in order that they could be a a part of the “education mission” of PM Narendra Modi.

Asking to enhance the situation of the basic training workplaces, he stated that these workplaces ought to get a facelift by the point colleges open after the pandemic obtained over. “These offices should have a clean and energetic atmosphere and there should be no misbehavior with retired teachers. No one will be spared if any complaint of corruption is received,” he added.

According to an announcement issued by the state authorities, the basic infrastructure amenities had been being made accessible on the council colleges beneath operation “Kayakalp”. “Continuous efforts were being made for inclusive education for out-of-school students and children with disabilities. It is also our resolve that no child should be deprived of education,” he added.

Basic Education Minister Satish Dwivedi stated the first training has witnessed a whole transformation within the final three-and-a-half years. “The entire process of the much-awaited appointment of these teachers was completed with full transparency. The main reason behind this was the personal interest of the CM. Be it curriculum, availability of resources, mode of teaching and training, all areas have undergone a historic change.”

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