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Ban on all kinds of appointments in non-government schools in Uttarakhand, order issued

Uttarakhand Education Department has banned all kinds of appointments in aided non-government schools of the state till further orders. This was disclosed by Amar Ujala in its October 30 issue. After oral, written orders have also been issued to the officers in this regard by the department. The government and the department are constantly receiving complaints about irregularities in teacher recruitment in private schools. This is the reason why the government is looking for a transparent option for teacher recruitment in these schools. A committee has been constituted for this under the chairmanship of Education Secretary Ravinath Raman. Earlier it was decided by the government that a selection commission would be constituted for recruitment, but after the recruitment scam in the Subordinate Services Selection Commission, the committee is now exploring new options for recruitment. Meanwhile, the recruitment in these schools across the state has been banned.

According to departmental officials, teacher recruitment was already banned in these schools after the oral order of Education Minister Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat, but due to no written order from the department in this regard, teacher recruitment is going on in some districts. Was being On behalf of the department, now a written order has been issued to all the Chief Education Officers of the department to stop the recruitment in this regard. In the order issued by the Director General of Education, Banshidhar Tiwari, it has been said that in view of the complaints received from various levels regarding the appointments in private schools, the schools are banned till further orders. The order should be strictly followed.

Recruitment in private schools has been banned. It will be investigated by the department that how many students are there in the schools, whether teachers are needed in those schools or not, after this any decision will be taken on the recruitment.
-Banshidhar Tiwari, Director General of Education