UP assistant teacher recruitment 2017-2018: The Uttar Pradesh Government will soon start a massive recruitment drive in which it will be appointmenting a huge number of assistant teachers.
UP assistant teacher recruitment 2017-2018: The Uttar Pradesh Government will soon start a massive recruitment drive in which it will be appointing a huge number of assistant teachers. The Uttar Pradesh recruitment drive will be conducted by the UP Basic Education Board at its headquarters. This year the state government will be hiring nearly 68,500 assistant teachers. According to an official notification released, the online application process will start from January 25, 2018 and the last date to apply online will be February 5, 2016. Candidates who are looking for government jobs in teaching profession must grab this opportunity and apply. Job applicants will have to pay an application fee of Rs 600 however, for reserved categories the fee will Rs 400.
Candidates who have successfully completed their Graduation or Diploma in Teaching can apply for this posts. The age limit of the candidates is expected to be between 18 to 42 years. Unconfirmed reports say this year the exam conducting authority will ask very short questions instead of objective type (OMR) questions. Candidates will be selected on the basis of Written Test and Personal Interview. As per the notification, the written exam for the Assistant Teacher post will be conducted on March 12, 2018 while the results will be out by April 30, 2018
Here are some of the important dates:
Last date for online registration – 05 February 2018
Last date for application submission- 09 February 2018
Assistant Teacher Recruitment Written Examination – 12 March 2018
Here is the official notification:-
Last year in September, the Uttar Pradesh cabinet had approved changes in the appointment process of primary school teachers making written examination compulsory for aspirants.The Cabinet in a meeting presided by chief minister Yogi Adityanath approved an amendment in the UP Basic Shiksha Adhyapak Sewa Niyamawali (rules), state government spokesperson and minister for power Shrikant Sharma had said. A written examination of 60 marks has been made compulsory while 40 marks will be for educational qualifications, the minister had said. Only those candidates who have cleared TET (Teacher’s Eligibility Test) exam will be eligible for the written exam, he said.
On Shiksha Mitras, the minister said they will get an opportunity as per court directives and will a get weightage of 2.5 marks for each year of service upto a maximum of 25 marks. Minister for Basic Education Anupama Jaiswal said 1.37 lakh primary teachers will be appointed through this new process.