Under Mission Rozgar, CM Yogi to hand over appointment letters to 436 newly appointed teachers

Earlier, CM Yogi had distributed online appointment letters to 36,950 assistant teachers of basic education. Appointment letters were distributed to these teachers through an online ceremony under the Chief Minister’s ‘Mission Rojgar’.

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New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is all set to distribute appointment letters to 436 newly appointed teachers on Tuesday. The joining letter will be given online to the candidates who have been selected for post of Assistant Teachers/Associates and lecturers in the Arts Department of Secondary Schools on January 19, 2021.

Chief Minister will also interact with the newly appointed staff.

According to Vinay Kumar Pandey, Director of Secondary Education, 114 female and 24 male candidates have been 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. Online appointment letters will be distributed to the candidates by the CM at latter’s residence. On this occasion, C.M. Yogi will also communicate with newly appointed teachers by means of video conferencing through NIC.

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For the first time, on instructions of CM Yogi, newly appointed teachers are being given the facility to select the options of schools in the order of online preference as per their wish. Online appointment letters will be issued to selected teachers based on their choice of order of preference.

Earlier, CM Yogi had distributed online appointment letters to 36,950 assistant teachers of basic education. Appointment letters were distributed to these teachers through an online ceremony under the Chief Minister’s ‘Mission Rojgar’.

Also, on August 16 last, 31,227 assistant teachers were distributed appointment letters.

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