New Policy for LP UP Teacher recruitment Assam|| New|| LP & UP Teachers Recruitment Policy Assam 2023
Assam Cabinet has changed the LP and UP teacher recruitment Policy.New Policy for LP UP Teacher recruitment Assam 2023 has been started by the Assam Government.
Teachers Recruitment Policy Assam 2023 has taken in significant changes in the landscape of teacher recruitment in the state. This policy aims to streamline and enhance the process of recruiting Lower Primary and Upper Primary teachers. In this article, we will look into the various aspects of the policy, and its key features, requirements, and implications.
LP & UP Teachers Recruitment Policy Assam 2023: A Detailed Review:
Government of Assam will not conduct recruitment examinations for filling the posts of teachers of lower primary (LP) and upper primary government schools. Ranoj Pegu, education minister of Assam, in a tweet said the decision has been taken by the Assam cabinet.
The recruitment will be done on merit basis wherein marks in higher secondary (Class 10+2 ), graduation degree, diploma in elementary education and Teacher Eligibility Test(TET)will carry 5%, 10% and 80% weightage, respectively.
Dr.Ranoj Pegu tweeted on his official handle, “Assam Cabinet has changed the LP & UP Teachers recruitment policy. The weightage for preparation of merit list will be HS (5%), graduation (10%) DElEd (5%) and TET (80%). There will be no recruitment examination.”Click here to the tweet
Earlier, the Assam Cabinet had decided to waive off the(TET) Teacher Eligibility Test for graduate and post graduate (GT and PGT) teachers of secondary schools. The Assam government has decided to conduct a TET-cum-Recruitment Test for the position.
Government of Assam had said that as per the new approach successful candidates in the TET-cum-recruitment test will be considered equal to the number of vacancies available. The decision was taken to streamline the recruitment process and ensure that deserving candidate get a fair chance at securing teaching positions in secondary schools.