Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has directed to fill vacant posts of teachers in various government high schools in the state. Following the Chief Minister’s directive, the Odisha Staff Selection Commission has been asked to start the process for the recruitment of 7,540 high school teachers at the earliest.
After filling these vacancies, teaching vacancies in all 4848 government high schools of the state will be filled. The selection process will start for filling up the posts of TGT (Arts), TGT (PCM & CBZ), Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu, Telugu and Physical Education.
It is noteworthy that in the two selection processes conducted in the year 2021-22, more than 13,000 teacher posts were filled in various government schools.
It is notable that while the state government has launched various programs for transformation in the state under the 5T initiative, emphasis has been laid on transformation of schools to provide modern education to children.
From computer, internet to e-library, advanced sports equipment, playgrounds and other facilities are being developed. The recruitment program under 5T has also been expedited.
The vacant posts in various departments are being filled fast with complete transparency. In the last few years, where 1000 posts have been filled in various departments, the recruitment process will continue.
CM Naveen Patnaik gave instructions to fill vacant posts of teachers in govt high schools
Story first published: Saturday, November 12, 2022, 16:42 [IST]