Mission Rozgar: CM Yogi distributes appointment letters to 436 newly appointed teachers
“The services of a teacher are not just for six or eight hours but the teacher is a teacher throughout his life and the foundation of the future of India will be laid by these teachers in their classrooms,” said CM Yogi while congratulating the teachers.
New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday handed over appointment letters to 436 appointees, who have been selected for the post of Assistant teachers in secondary schools.
Reiterating transparency and merit-based recruitment system, CM Yogi said that he felt very happy to interact with the newly elected youth and seeing their confidence.
“In UP, the selection criteria is only based on merit, and in the last 3 years and 10 months, the dream of government jobs of 3.75 lakh youths have been realised. All the appointments are a proof of honesty, transparency and confidentiality and not a single selection can be questioned and doubted,” CM Yogi said.
The programme was held at the official residence of the Chief Minister. CM handed over 6 newly selected candidates while the remaining newly elected teachers were given appointment letters from local representatives.
Congratulating the newly elected teachers, CM Yogi said that this success has enhanced the self-confidence of the youths and it also gives a glimpse of the golden future of the state.
“The services of a teacher are not just for six or eight hours but the teacher is a teacher throughout his life and the foundation of the future of India will be laid by these teachers in their classrooms,” said CM Yogi.
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CM Yogi also interacted with the newly elected teachers of Ayodhya, Varanasi, Chitrakoot and Maharajganj districts. CM Yogi also said that after decades, the new education policy has been prepared according to the future needs of the country.
“The policy is to make India the centre of knowledge and for this, every teacher should be connected with the new policy and all the newly elected teachers should also study the new policy,” he said.
According to statistics, 114 female and 24 male candidates were selected for the post of Assistant Teacher of Arts in government schools. Apart from this, 298 candidates, 189 women and 109 men, have been chosen as lecturers.
Mission Rojgar will continue
The CM said that by March 19, 2021, when the government would be completing its four year term, the dream of government jobs of four lakh youths would have been fulfilled.
“About 1.5 Crore youths have also been connected with self employment in the period and the `Mission Rojgar’ will also continue,” he added.
Speaking on the occasion, deputy chief minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma praised the efforts of the CM in uplifting the standard of the education system and the department of the secondary education has presented an example of the transparent system.
“Today, all the information including new affiliations, transfers, results, etc., have gone online and the digital system also played an important role in education during the Covid-19 pandemic, Sharma said.