Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) members Tuesday staged a walkout in the legislative assembly alleging that the state government was not serious in appointment of primary teachers.
The Calcutta High Court on Monday extended the stay on appointment of primary teachers in West Bengal on an allegation of irregularities by a section of the applicants.
Bombay High Court has directed Maharashtra government to file an affidavit on a PIL alleging that primary schools in the state were not complying with its earlier full bench order making it mandatory for teachers to have D.Ed qualification.
The Calcutta High Court on Wednesday gave the West Bengal government go-ahead to hold recruitment tests for over 34,000 primary teaching jobs.
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
Maharashtra Government planning to upgrade the eligibility criteria and making degree compulsory for primary school teachers in order to improve the teaching standards at the elementary level.
Over six lakh non-gazetted employees and teachers owing allegiance to different associations in Bihar ended their indefinite strike on its 60th day on Thursday.
Driven by unemployment, B.Tech and B.Pharma graduates have enrolled themselves for primary teachers training to get jobs in schools in rural areas of Uttar Pradesh.
The Bihar government on Tuesday decided to
appoint 34,500 primary teachers across the state by August.
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