95 assistant teachers have received a letter of appointment

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95 assistant teachers have received an appointment letter
No school remains without a teacher because of new appointments: Minister for Basic Education
Samvad news agency
Colony. On Friday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath posted online appeal letters to 95 district auxiliary teachers. The assistant teachers’ faces blossomed after receiving the letter of appeal in the Atal Auditorium. All these were appointed in the schools of the Basic Education Council.
In his virtual address, the prime minister said that four and a half lakh youths had been given government jobs during the four and a half years in office of the current government. The work to rejuvenate 1 lakh 35 thousand community schools has started. After passing the TET, he received lifelong recognition. The Deputy Prime Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma informed about the achievements of the secondary school ministry that during the Corona time the students will be given education through online education. Basic Education Minister Satish Dwivedi said that after these assignments, no school in the state will remain without teachers. District President Mahesh Shukla, MLA Sanjay Pratap Jaiswal, District Magistrate Soumya Agarwal, Chief Development Officer Dr. Rajesh Prajapati, DIET Director, MLA Representative Rajkumar Shukla, Sunil Pandey distributed letters of appointment to the selected teachers. On this occasion, Preeti Srivastava, Shikha Singh, Suraj Pandey, Ashish Singh, Marut Nandan, Pankaj, Dhananjay, Neeraj Verma, Raj Bahadur, Arvind Pandey, Ashutosh Pandey, Pratibha Singh, Niklesh Mishra, Trib among others were Ging.

95 assistant teachers have received an appointment letter

No school remains without a teacher because of new appointments: Minister for Basic Education

Samvad news agency

Colony. On Friday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath posted online appeal letters to 95 district auxiliary teachers. The assistant teachers’ faces blossomed after receiving the letter of appeal in the Atal Auditorium. All these were appointed in the schools of the Basic Education Council.

In his virtual address, the prime minister said that four and a half lakh youths had been given government jobs during the four and a half years in office of the current government. The work to rejuvenate 1 lakh 35 thousand community schools has started. After passing the TET, he received lifelong recognition. The Deputy Prime Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma informed about the achievements of the secondary school ministry that during the Corona time the students will be given education through online education. Basic Education Minister Satish Dwivedi said that after these assignments, no school in the state will remain without teachers. District President Mahesh Shukla, MLA Sanjay Pratap Jaiswal, District Magistrate Soumya Agarwal, Chief Development Officer Dr. Rajesh Prajapati, DIET Director, MLA Representative Rajkumar Shukla, Sunil Pandey distributed letters of appointment to the selected teachers. On this occasion, Preeti Srivastava, Shikha Singh, Suraj Pandey, Ashish Singh, Marut Nandan, Pankaj, Dhananjay, Neeraj Verma, Raj Bahadur, Arvind Pandey, Ashutosh Pandey, Pratibha Singh, Niklesh Mishra, Trib among others were Ging.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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