69 teachers got jobs the night before from Guru Purnima

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On the eve of Guru Purnima, 69 teachers selected for elementary schools got a job after a long wait. Appeal letters were sent to the newly elected teachers in a function organized by the Department of Basic Education. The faces of these teachers blossomed after receiving the letter of appeal. With 69,000 assistant teachers hiring for community schools, one teacher out of 70 selected teachers in the district was absent from the nomination letter distribution ceremony.By distributing letters of appointment, public representatives MLA Harshvardhan Bajpai and Jamuna Prasad, District Judge Sanjay Khatri and BSA Praveen Kumar Tiwari made teachers aware of their responsibility. In the scheduling function in the MP Hall of the MNNIT, the teachers and their respective family members had contacted them before the start of the program. The joy of getting a job was evident in him. Before the award ceremony of the letters of appointment at the local level at Lok Bhavan in Lucknow, the Prime Minister of the state, Yogi Adityanath, inspired these teachers to become good teachers by handing over the letters of appointment to 6696 newly selected teachers. The Lucknow program was broadcast live to the newly elected teachers in the MP hall.

District Judge Sanjay Khatri, who presided over the nomination letter distribution ceremony, congratulated the newly appointed teachers and asked them to work for the holistic development of the children. Praveen Tiwari, District Commissioner for Basic Education, welcomed the guests attending the program and urged the teachers to work hard. To strengthen the basic education of children. On this occasion DDO Ashok Kumar Maurya, Block Officer Santosh Srivastava, Varun Mishra, Atul Dutt Tiwari, Narendra Singh, Anil Singh, Manoj Rai, Mamta Sarkar, District Coordinator Training Vinod Kumar Mishra were present. Carried out by Dr. Ranjana Tripathi and thanks Santosh Srivastava.

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On the eve of Guru Purnima, 69 teachers selected for elementary schools got a job after a long wait. Appeal letters were sent to the newly elected teachers in a function organized by the Department of Basic Education. The faces of these teachers blossomed after receiving the letter of appeal. With 69,000 assistant teachers hiring for community schools, one teacher out of 70 selected teachers in the district was absent from the nomination letter distribution ceremony.

By distributing letters of appointment, public representatives MLA Harshvardhan Bajpai and Jamuna Prasad, District Judge Sanjay Khatri and BSA Praveen Kumar Tiwari made teachers aware of their responsibility. In the scheduling function in the MP Hall of the MNNIT, the teachers and their respective family members had contacted them before the start of the program. The joy of getting a job was evident in him. Before the ceremony for the distribution of letters of appointment at the local level at Lok Bhavan in Lucknow, the Prime Minister of the state, Yogi Adityanath, inspired these teachers to become good teachers by handing over the letters of appointment to 6696 newly selected teachers. The Lucknow program was broadcast live to the newly elected teachers in the MP hall.

District Judge Sanjay Khatri, who presided over the nomination letter distribution ceremony, congratulated the newly appointed teachers and asked them to work for the holistic development of the children. Praveen Tiwari, District Commissioner for Basic Education, welcomed the guests attending the program and urged the teachers to work hard. To strengthen the basic education of children. On this occasion DDO Ashok Kumar Maurya, Block Officer Santosh Srivastava, Varun Mishra, Atul Dutt Tiwari, Narendra Singh, Anil Singh, Manoj Rai, Mamta Sarkar, District Coordinator Training Vinod Kumar Mishra were present. Carried out by Dr. Ranjana Tripathi and thanks Santosh Srivastava.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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