Hundreds of positions of auxiliary teachers remained vacant in the qualification dispute

Hundreds of LT-class arts and Hindi assistant teacher positions remained vacant due to qualification disputes. The advertisement for this exam was published three years ago and the final selection result should only be published based on a written exam. The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) has published the results of both topics. Even so, there are hundreds of vacancies.There are two types of disputes related to the arts qualification. When the advertisement was published by the commission, the qualification was determined that the candidate should have a B.Ed degree with a Bachelor of Fine Art (BFA). Many of the candidates who completed the form had BFA degrees but no B.Ed.

Such candidates are eligible for the post of assistant teacher in Kendriya Vidyalaya, Navodaya Vidyalaya. There were only 97 candidates with only BFA degrees for which the commission sought guidelines from NCTE and UGC. According to sources, the NCTE had also sent a response to the Commission on the matter, stating that the BFA degree is four years old and will also be trained in it. In such a situation, the B.Ed. degree is not mandatory. Such candidates are eligible for the position of Assistant Teacher. However, the Commission has not yet sent a recommendation to the Directorate for Secondary Education on the appointment of such candidates.

At the same time, there were roughly two and a half hundred candidates who were studying intermediate technical arts with a B.Ed degree but not a BFA, and many candidates did not have both BF and B.Ed. degrees. Such candidates are considered eligible for recruitment as assistant teachers at non-governmental universities. However, the commission had published a notice in October last year in which the selection of around two and a half hundred candidates was canceled because they were classified as disqualified. There were a total of 470 posts in the arts, of which the recommendation for the appointment of about 134 candidates was sent to the directorate. These candidates had BFA and B.Ed degrees as reported.

On the other hand, in Hindi too, a large number of people lay vacant due to the qualification dispute. The qualification was stated in the ad that Inter should have a Hindi subject in Sanskrit and a BA. In addition, the candidate should have a B.Ed degree. A large number of such candidates had completed the form who had a BA in Sanskrit and Hindi and a BAD degree, but no Sanskrit degree in Inter. About 300 such candidates were also selected, but their files were withheld from the Commission due to the non-fulfillment of qualifications. That being said, the positions are also vacant due to the qualification date dispute. The commission set the application deadline from March 15 to April 15, 2018. The rule is that the candidate must complete the qualification by the last application deadline. At this point in time, all candidates had taken the intermediate examination from the individual subject Sanskrit.

The result of the UP Board came only on the last application deadline. The board published the results on April 29, 2018. Thereafter, by order of the court, the application deadline was extended from June 4 to June 16, and a large number of applicants had applied during this period. About 50 such candidates were selected in the Hindi subject who passed the Inter-exam from the single subject Sanskrit. Applicants indicate that the application date has been extended and their result was before the last date so they were qualified at the time of application. However, the Commission is not ready to accept this, which is why the Commission is submitting such applicants.

Request that the vacancies be filled from the waiting list

The candidates request that if the dispute over eligibility is resolved, the files of the selected candidates are immediately sent to the management for appointment. Vicky Khan, President of the Competitive Students Front, says there should be no vacancies. The Commission has canceled the selection of all previous posts or the posts remain vacant for other reasons. In these cases, the Commission should approve the waiting list and fill the vacancies. After the new candidate joins the commission, the candidate will meet him and explain his problem.

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Hundreds of LT-class arts and Hindi assistant teacher positions remained vacant due to qualification disputes. The advertisement for this exam was published three years ago and the final selection result should only be published based on a written exam. The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) has published the results of both topics. Even so, there are hundreds of vacancies.

There are two types of disputes related to the arts qualification. When the advertisement was published by the commission, the qualification was determined that the candidate should have a B.Ed degree with a Bachelor of Fine Art (BFA). Many of the candidates who completed the form had BFA degrees but no B.Ed.

Such candidates are eligible for the post of assistant teacher in Kendriya Vidyalaya, Navodaya Vidyalaya. There were only 97 candidates with only BFA degrees for which the commission sought guidelines from NCTE and UGC. According to sources, the NCTE had also sent a response to the Commission on the matter, stating that the BFA degree is four years old and will also be trained in it. In such a situation, the B.Ed. degree is not mandatory. Such candidates are eligible for the position of Assistant Teacher. However, the Commission has not yet sent a recommendation to the Directorate for Secondary Education on the appointment of such candidates.

At the same time, there were roughly two and a half hundred candidates who were studying intermediate technical arts with a B.Ed degree but not a BFA, and many candidates did not have both BF and B.Ed. degrees. Such candidates are considered eligible for recruitment as assistant teachers at non-governmental universities. However, the commission had published a notice in October last year in which the selection of around two and a half hundred candidates was canceled because they were classified as disqualified. There were a total of 470 posts in the arts, of which the recommendation for the appointment of about 134 candidates was sent to the directorate. These candidates had BFA and B.Ed degrees as reported.

On the other hand, in Hindi too, a large number of people lay vacant due to the qualification dispute. The qualification was stated in the ad that Inter should have a Hindi subject in Sanskrit and a BA. In addition, the candidate should have a B.Ed degree. A large number of such candidates had completed the form who had a BA in Sanskrit and Hindi and a BAD degree, but no Sanskrit degree in Inter. About 300 such candidates were also selected, but their files were withheld from the Commission due to the non-fulfillment of qualifications. That being said, the positions are also vacant due to the qualification date dispute. The commission set the application deadline from March 15 to April 15, 2018. The rule is that the candidate must complete the qualification by the last application deadline. At this point in time, all candidates had taken the intermediate examination from the individual subject Sanskrit.

The result of the UP Board came only on the last application deadline. The board published the results on April 29, 2018. Thereafter, by order of the court, the application deadline was extended from June 4 to June 16, and a large number of applicants had applied during this period. About 50 such candidates were selected in the Hindi subject who passed the Inter-exam from the single subject Sanskrit. Applicants indicate that the application date has been extended and their result was before the last date so they were qualified at the time of application. However, the Commission is not ready to accept this, which is why the Commission is submitting such applicants.

Request that the vacancies be filled from the waiting list

The candidates request that if the dispute over eligibility is resolved, the files of the selected candidates are immediately sent to the management for appointment. Vicky Khan, President of the Competitive Students Front, says there should be no vacancies. The Commission has canceled the selection of all previous posts or the posts remain vacant for other reasons. In these cases, the Commission should approve the waiting list and fill the vacancies. After the new candidate joins the commission, the candidate will meet him and explain his problem.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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