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Teacher Recruitment 2021: Now, B.Ed. Not required to apply Teacher Posts in these subjects, Check Details Here

Nidhi Mittal

Teacher Recruitment 2021: Good News for the job seekers who wish to make their career as a teacher. According to media reports, Uttar Pradesh Government has made a major announcement that would help the candidates who want to become a teacher even if they don’t have a B.Ed. Degree.

According to the announcement of UP Govt., now B.Ed. is not mandatory for the candidates who wish to apply for the post of Teacher of Grammar and Literature Subject at the Uttar Madhyamik level in aided Sanskrit secondary schools.

However, the Additional Education Director, Secondary Education Department, Dr Mahendra Dev has now changed the decision following the orders of the Allahabad High Court.

Earlier, UP Government had issued a notification for recruitment to the post of 1110 contractual teachers in 567 Sanskrit secondary schools. In which, B.Ed. was mandatory for applying to the post of Grammar and Literature teacher.

However, the additional education director saying that B.Ed. is not compulsory for the recruitment to the post of contractual teachers of Grammar and Literature at the Uttar Madhyamik level in aided Sanskrit secondary schools after the decision of Allahabad High Court.

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On the other hand, there is an update for the candidates waiting for the date of the Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test 2021 (UPTET). It is expected that the teacher eligibility test will be held on November 28. This proposal has been sent by the Secretary of Uttar Pradesh Examination Regulatory Authority. Earlier, a proposal to conduct the examination was sent on December 19, which was returned by Basic Education Minister Satish Dwivedi saying that it should be conducted earlier. In such a situation, this new date has been proposed keeping in mind the assembly elections.

 

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