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Assam Govt Announces Massive Teacher Recruitment Drive

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HT Bureau

GUWAHATI, Dec 27: In a significant step towards fulfilling its promise of job creation, Assam education minister Ranoj Pegu has announced the recruitment of 14,223 school teachers statewide.

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In a series of posts on micro-blogging site X, on Wednesday, Pegu said the Directorate of Secondary Education has released the advertisement for 1,424 post-graduate and 7,249 graduate teachers.

“Directorate of Secondary Education has released an advertisement for recruitment of 1424 Post Graduate Teachers and 7249 (1) Graduate Teachers (Arts), (2) Graduate Teacher (Science), (3) Graduate Teachers (Hindi) and (4) Graduate Teacher (Sanskrit) of the different Provincialised Secondary Schools,” Pegu wrote on X.

Simultaneously, the Directorate of Elementary Education has advertised 3,800 Assistant Teachers for Lower Primary (LP) Schools and 1,750 positions for Assistant Teachers, Science Teachers, and Hindi Teachers in Upper Primary (UP) Schools.

Reacting on the same, Assam chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma expressed confidence, and said, “Today, our government has released vacancies for over 10,000 posts in the education department. We will not only deliver but exceed our promise of creating more than 1 lakh government jobs in the most transparent manner in Assam’s history.”

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It is worth mentioning that this move follows the BJP’s commitment during the 2021 assembly polls to provide one lakh government jobs annually in Assam, however, the party later clarified that the target was for the entire five-year tenure.

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