‘Clear SSA teachers’ recruitment backlog’
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Jammu, Dec 8: Minister for Education Peerzada Sayeed Thursday directed the Education department to work with utmost dedication and speed up the process of recruitment of Sarva Shiksha Abhyan (SSA) teachers to clear the backlog within a month. He directed both the directors of School Education to furnish category wise list of vacancies to the administrative department immediately.
The directions were given by the Minister at a meeting convened to review the implementation and progress registered under SSA and Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhyan (RMSA).
The Minister said that Rs.18.58 crore have been released under RMSA for creating infrastructure for the upgraded high schools.
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