Maharashtra school recruitment: 50,000 teachers for state schools
Maharashtra school recruitment: According to Friday’s announcement by school education minister Deepak Kesarkar, the Maharashtra government has made the decision to hire 50,000 teachers for state schools.
Conversing with journalists here, Kesarkar said 30,000 posts will be filled in the primary stage and the excess 20,000 in the subsequent stage, he said. He stated that there was a delay in hiring as a result of the suspension of the recruitment process by the Bombay High Court’s Aurangabad bench.
“The enlistment cycle for educators will start now and an administration goal with this impact will be given,” Kesarkar said. A few schools need more educators and to guarantee that understudies are not bothered, the training office has roped in resigned instructors on a legally binding premise till the new educators are recruited, he said.
“When the instructors are enlisted, they will be posted at Zilla Parishad schools and helped foundations,” the priest said. The state government is wanting to begin pre-essential classes in 17,000 schools, he added.