Teachers – 14 teachers from the district will travel to Lucknow to receive a letter of appointment from CM

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Rae Bareli. On Friday, 48 district-selected candidates will receive letters of appointment for 6,696 vacancies out of 69,000 teacher recruits in the state. Of these, 14 newly appointed teachers will receive letters of appointment to the Chief Minister in Lucknow, while the remainder will be given letters of appointment to Bachat Bhawan at the Collectorate’s premises in the same district.
Divisional Assistant Director of Education (Basic) PN Singh had sent a letter to the BSA two days ago asking them to distribute letters of appointment to the newly appointed teachers at Lok Bhavan Auditorium Lucknow on July 23.
In order to be able to participate in the program, the target of the participating candidates was given to all districts of the division. On this 14 newly appointed teachers from this district were selected who will go to Lucknow. These include Ashutosh Kumar, Jyoti, Shalini, Ashutosh Shukla, Gyanprakash Yadav, Brijendra Kumar, Anendra Kumar, Shashikesh, Monika Singh, Anjuli Singh, Sarvesh Kumar, Harilal, Deepa Singh, Shikha Chaudhary. All of these teachers are very happy that they got their hands on appointment letters from CM. Teachers say that after a long wait, their dream will come true.
All 14 newly appointed teachers in the district will receive letters of appointment from the Chief Minister on July 23 at the Lok Bhawan Auditorium in Lucknow. The responsibility of bringing them to Lucknow and bringing them back after they were accepted into the program has been entrusted to two Block Education Officers BEO Shivgarh Gaurav Kumar Mishra, BEO Maharajganj Suresh Kumar.
Letters of appointment will be distributed to 34 newly appointed teachers in the district’s Bachat Bhawan. District Primary Education Commissioner Shivendra Pratap Singh said the list of newly appointed teachers going to Lucknow was being prepared. Two block formation officers were given the responsibility to bring the teachers on the list from the district headquarters to the Lucknow venue and to bring the teachers back to the district headquarters after the program was completed.

Rae Bareli. On Friday, 48 district-selected candidates will receive letters of appointment for 6,696 vacancies out of 69,000 teacher recruits in the state. Of these, 14 newly appointed teachers will receive letters of appointment to the Chief Minister in Lucknow, while the remainder will be given letters of appointment to Bachat Bhawan at the Collectorate’s premises in the same district.

Divisional Assistant Director of Education (Basic) PN Singh had sent a letter to the BSA two days ago asking them to distribute letters of appointment to the newly appointed teachers at Lok Bhavan Auditorium Lucknow on July 23.

In order to be able to participate in the program, the target of the participating candidates was given to all districts of the division. On this 14 newly appointed teachers from this district were selected who will go to Lucknow. These include Ashutosh Kumar, Jyoti, Shalini, Ashutosh Shukla, Gyanprakash Yadav, Brijendra Kumar, Anendra Kumar, Shashikesh, Monika Singh, Anjuli Singh, Sarvesh Kumar, Harilal, Deepa Singh, Shikha Chaudhary. All of these teachers are very happy that they got their hands on appointment letters from CM. Teachers say that after a long wait, their dream will come true.

All 14 newly appointed teachers in the district will receive letters of appointment from the Chief Minister on July 23 at the Lok Bhawan Auditorium in Lucknow. The responsibility of bringing them to Lucknow and bringing them back after they were accepted into the program has been entrusted to two Block Education Officers BEO Shivgarh Gaurav Kumar Mishra, BEO Maharajganj Suresh Kumar.

Letters of appointment will be distributed to 34 newly appointed teachers in the district’s Bachat Bhawan. District Primary Education Commissioner Shivendra Pratap Singh said the list of newly appointed teachers going to Lucknow was being prepared. Two block formation officers were given the responsibility to bring the teachers on the list from the district headquarters to the Lucknow venue and to bring the teachers back to the district headquarters after the program was completed.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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