18000 posts vacant in schools: Tara Chand
Jammu, Jan 31: Admitting that several employees have got entry into Education Department through the back door, Minister for School Education Tara Chand said a committee has been set up to ascertain the facts with regard to illegal appointments in the department.
“Fake appointments have been made in the department and a committee has been set up to look into the matter. I’ll not comment more on issue as it is premature to comment over it, since the committee has not submitted its report yet”, he said.
The Education Minister said that 18 to 19 thousand posts are vacant in the department and concerned authorities have been directed to fill up the posts. “Eighteen to nineteen posts are vacant and the recruiting agencies have been directed to recruit some of them while the file with the recommendations to fill up the vacuum has been sent to cabinet”, said Chand.
He said that District Boards will be set up consisting one member from SSA as its Chairman and one member from District Administration to recruit the various posts at district level on fast track basis. KNS
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