Today the UT Education Department completed the recruitment process for Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan teachers. Applicants have appreciated the new on-line system.
This year Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan has recruited its teachers online. A week after the deadline for submitting applications, the organization uploaded the list of eligible applicants and their merit ranking on its website. These candidates were called to present their original documents on April 25, 26 or 27 at the Sector 10 Government Model Senior Secondary School.
653 Junior Basic Teachers for the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan have been recruited in this way. They will work on contract until March 31, 2013, when the contract expires. Applicants have expressed satisfaction with this streamlined process.
This year, teachers were entitled to apply only if they had qualified in the Teachers’ Eligibility Test. Score in the written test was the sole consideration and no interviews were conducted. Cut off scores differed for each category of applicant
At present, only 480 SSA teachers are working in city Government Schools. According to the provisions of the Right to Education Act, the pupil-teacher ratio in schools should not exceed 40 students per teacher. However, in the absence of a sufficient number of teachers, the ratio is currently as high as 150 students per teachers. This makes teacher recruitment imperative.
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