Bumper jobs in Rajasthan, there will be recruitment on 60 thousand posts in schools

Jaipur. Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot made several announcements on Tuesday, including 60 thousand recruitment on various posts in schools and upgradation of 626 schools, taking steps towards the upgradation of school education. In the review meeting of the Education Department, Gehlot announced to make 60 thousand recruitments on posts related to school education soon.

In the meeting, he has directed to complete the process of Lecturer Recruitment-2018 at the earliest along with releasing the waiting list of 193 posts of PTI Grade-III Recruitment-2011 and 444 posts of Senior Teacher Recruitment-2016 at the earliest. He said that in view of the enthusiasm of the people towards English medium Mahatma Gandhi schools in the cities, a survey would be conducted to increase the number of these schools and more English medium schools would be opened as per the requirement.

The Chief Minister said that Rajasthan State Education Regulatory Authority would be constituted for fixing fees and other problems in private educational institutions. This authority will take an appropriate decision after discussing the interests of all other stakeholders including the state government, the management of the educational institution and the parents.

He said that like sportspersons and NCC, separate rules would be made to give priority to scout guides and NSS students in government jobs. The Chief Minister said that if there are 10 students of third language like Sanskrit, Urdu, Sindhi, Punjabi etc. in upper primary schools, the post of teacher would be created for it as per the demand.

Gehlot said that examination will be conducted to increase the post of physical teachers to encourage sports and to bring awareness about physical education among children, as well as efforts will be made to increase the number of physical education training centers in government and private sectors.

He said that the State Government was making every effort towards excellence in school education in the State. Positive results are also coming out of this. The enrollment of students in schools has reached an all-time high of more than 98 lakhs. The Chief Minister said that the State Government would leave no stone unturned in the direction of quality education to the students of the State. He also directed the Education Department to complete the recruitment process on vacant posts in schools on a time bound basis and said that no laxity should be taken at any level in this.