MP Teachers Recruitment: There is important notice for the posts of teacher recruitment in Madhya Pradesh. The candidates are waiting for the release of the list of Primary Teacher Recruitment Exam. Meanwhile, necessary information has been sent by the Directorate of Public Instruction. Apart from this, 50 thousand teachers will be recruited in Madhya Pradesh. This was announced by CM Shivraj and Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar.
Recruitment on 18527 posts
In fact, in the information issued by the Directorate of Public Education on December 8, 2022, it has been written that the list of candidates for document verification for primary teacher employment is not being released on December 8 due to unavoidable reasons.
The list will be released as soon as the date of uploading the list and the process of uploading the documents is completed. The same candidates have been appealed to remain on the teacher recruitment portal continuously. Let us tell you that teachers are to be recruited for 18527 posts through class 3.
CM Shivraj’s big announcement
Earlier, CM Shivraj had made a big announcement in Anugunj. Announcing a big gift to the unemployed youth, he had said that 50,000 teachers would be recruited. These will be big efforts to upgrade the government school.
Appointment order of 7500 candidates
CM Shivraj had announced that 50000 teachers would be recruited in the coming years in tribal and school education. If this happens, then the shortage of teachers in government schools of Madhya Pradesh will be greatly reduced. Let us inform that before this, orders for the appointment of 7500 candidates who passed the Teacher Eligibility Test have also been issued.
50000 teachers are being recruited – Inder Singh Parmar
Making a big announcement, School Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar said that about 50000 teachers are being recruited last year and this year together. Such teachers will be recruited in future as well. Every year 4000 to 5000 teachers retire. In such a situation, the possibility of the post becoming vacant increases. If this policy is made, then continuous recruitment process will be continued to fill it.