Over 72,000 primary teachers to be recruited in UP
Lucknow: In a bid to ensure availability of
teachers in primary schools in Uttar Pradesh, the state
government today announced its decision to fill over 72,000
A proposal to start recruitment for 72,825 vacant post of
teachers was approved by the state cabinet in its meeting
chaired by Chief Minister Mayawati, an official spokesman
"The decision will not only ensure availability of
teachers in schools, but also help in qualitative improvement
in primary education," he said.
The cabinet also approved a proposal regarding rice
purchase policy and procedure under levy scheme.
Besides, it approved a proposal for selection of private
developers on competitive tariff based bidding for allotment
of minor hydro power projects identified by Jal Vidyut Nigam
Limited and NEDA in private sector.
A proposal to set up 660 MW super critical unit in public
sector at a cost of Rs 4826.5 crore in place of closed power
house of Harduaganj thermal power project was also approved.
The cabinet also gave its nod to a proposal to purchase
300 MW power from Power Trading Corporation and 2456 MW from
Reliance Power Limited as decided by the Energy Task Force.
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