69,000 Assistant Teacher Appointment; SC gives a shock to Shiksha Mitras
on Wednesday, an important decision has been given regarding the recruitment of 69000 assistant teachers in primary schools of Uttar Pradesh.
Lucknow: Once again, on Wednesday, an important decision has been given regarding the recruitment of 69000 assistant teachers in primary schools of Uttar Pradesh. Thousands of Shiksha mitras had high hopes on this decision of the Supreme Court, but the court has given them a big blow.
The Supreme Court while giving the verdict has justified the current cut off of the state government. Let us tell you, the Shiksha mitras protested about the cut off marks issued in the teacher recruitment. After which the Uttar Pradesh Primary Shikshamitra Association filed a petition in the Supreme Court against the Allahabad High Court's decision. At present, the court has given the verdict allowing the increased cut off.
37,339 recruitment will be filled:
In such a situation, 37339 Shiksha Mitra have been strongly shocked by this decision of the Supreme Court. While delivering the verdict, he also challenged the order of the Yogi government to fill 31,661 posts in the Supreme Court. However, now the Supreme Court has laid soil on the expectations of Shiksha Mitras. Along with this, 37,339 recruitments have also been cleared.
Appeal has been dismissed:
However, the Supreme Court has taken this decision, dismissing the appeal against the decision of the High Court. The Supreme Court also took on record the UP government's statement that they were deprived of jobs due to the new cut-off. Also, Shiksha Mitra have been asked to give another chance next year.
Explain that there has been a dispute in the recruitment cases of 69000 teachers in UP for the last two years. Earlier this case was stuck in the court regarding the cut off of the exam, in which a group of students said that it is wrong for the government to set the cut off after the exam. The whole controversy started about this matter and the matter reached the Allahabad High Court.