Uppsc: The way is clear for the appointment of 90 art specialist candidates – Uppsc: The way is clear for the appointment of 90 art specialist candidates

Amar Ujala Network, Prayagraj

Published by: Vinod Singh
Updated Tue July 20, 2021 9:10 PM IST

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The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) has sent the files of 90 candidates selected in the arts subject as part of the recruitment of LT class teachers with the recommendation of appointment to the Directorate of Secondary Education to resolve the educational qualification dispute to eliminate. The candidates struggled with this issue for a long time. The Commission has brought great relief by forwarding its files to the Directorate.

On July 29, 2018, the written test for the recruitment of 10,768 LT class teachers in 15 subjects took place. It comprised 470 articles on the subject of art. 192 posts were male and 278 posts were female. The commission had determined the educational qualification to appear in the examination, be it a BFA and B.Ed or a B.Ed. with BA with art subject. Not all candidates met the admission requirements. Some only had BFA degrees and others had graduated with BA with Inter Technical Arts. All types of applicants who did not meet the qualification in the written test were selected, but the Commission only forwarded the files of 144 selected applicants who met the qualification to Management. Of these, 139 candidates received an appointment.

The commission had withheld the files of the remaining candidates. In October 2020, the commission canceled the selection of 228 such candidates and sent a notice to their places of residence who had completed intermediate BA and technical arts and did not meet the qualification. The Commission had only requested guidelines from the NCTE for those with a BFA degree. The NCTE responded that BFA is a four year course and corresponds to a B.Ed degree. In Kendriya Vidyalayas, Navodaya Vidyalayas, Schools of Delhi and Schools of Uttarakhand, only holders of a BFA degree are considered assistant teachers in the arts. On this basis, the commission, which considered 90 applicants to be suitable, sent their files to the Directorate of Education. Vicky Khan, President of Competitive Chhatra Morcha, says this is a big win for the front. It was fought for a long time.

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The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) has sent the files of 90 candidates selected in the arts subject as part of the recruitment of LT class teachers with the recommendation of appointment to the Directorate of Secondary Education to resolve the educational qualification dispute to eliminate. The candidates struggled with this issue for a long time. The Commission has brought great relief by forwarding its files to the Directorate.

On July 29, 2018, the written test for the recruitment of 10,768 LT class teachers in 15 subjects took place. It comprised 470 articles on the subject of art. 192 posts were male and 278 posts were female. The commission had determined the educational qualification to appear in the examination, be it a BFA and B.Ed or a B.Ed. with BA with art subject. Not all candidates met the admission requirements. Some only had BFA degrees and others had graduated with BA with Inter Technical Arts. All types of applicants who did not meet the qualification in the written test were selected, but the Commission only forwarded the files of 144 selected applicants who met the qualification to Management. Of these, 139 candidates were also appointed.

The commission had withheld the files of the remaining candidates. In October 2020, the commission canceled the selection of 228 such candidates and sent a notice to their hometowns who had completed intermediate BA and Technical Arts and did not meet the qualification. The Commission had only requested guidelines from the NCTE for those with a BFA qualification. The NCTE responded that BFA is a four year course and corresponds to a B.Ed degree. In Kendriya Vidyalayas, Navodaya Vidyalayas, Schools of Delhi and Schools of Uttarakhand, only holders of a BFA degree are considered assistant teachers in the arts. On this basis, the Commission, which considered 90 applicants to be suitable, sent their files to the Directorate for Education. Vicky Khan, President of Competitive Chhatra Morcha, says this is a big win for the front. It was fought for a long time.

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