- Teachers will be selected in basic, secondary, higher and technical colleges from the same commission in Uttar Pradesh
- The Chief Minister gave guidelines for the Integrated Commission, the new commission will conduct the TET exam
- Scholarship will be given to the students of Sanskrit school, the Chief Minister asked for a proposal from the department
- Chief Minister’s instructions, prepare an action plan for the renovation of aided secondary schools
Lucknow: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, while reviewing the teacher recruitment process in educational institutions in the state, gave necessary guidelines regarding the formation of ‘Uttar Pradesh Education Service Selection Commission’ as an integrated commission.
Here’s what he elaborated upon.
There has been no unnecessary interference from the government level in the functioning of various selection commissions operating in the state during the last five-and-a-half years, there has been cleanliness and transparency in the functioning of the commissions. Eligible candidates are being selected on the basis of merit. The youth are getting the direct benefit of this change in the state.
Different authorities, boards and commissions operate for the selection of qualified teachers in basic, secondary, higher and technical educational institutions of the state. Apart from the Examination Regulatory Authority, Secondary Education Service Selection Commission and Higher Education Service Selection Commission, the system of selection is also applicable through Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission. Keeping in view the future requirements in the course of policy reforms, it would be appropriate to give an integrated form to teacher selection commissions. Giving an integrated look to the teacher selection commissions, ‘Uttar Pradesh Education Service Selection Commission’ should be formed as a corporate body. The commission will prove useful in ensuring timely selection of teachers, better utilization of human resources and financial discipline.
Uttar Pradesh Education Selection Commission should be given the form of an autonomous corporate body. Guidelines will be made by the commission regarding direct recruitment of teachers in basic, secondary or higher educational institutions. In relation to the appointment of teachers, after completing the process of selection through selection test, interview, etc., a recommendation will be made to the appointing authority for the appointment of the candidates. According to the above points, necessary proposal should be prepared by setting the outline regarding the nature of the new commission, qualification of the chairman and members, powers and functions of the commission.
The region has many secondary schools that are 60, 70, 80 years old or more. These institutions have played an important role in enriching the educational environment of the state. There is a need for the development of infrastructure facilities in these secondary schools aided by the state government. In such a situation, in view of the wider interest of teachers, students and parents, a better action plan for these schools should be prepared and presented keeping in mind the expectations and requirements of the management system.
The teacher eligibility test of primary and upper primary level should also be organized through this new commission. It should be ensured that TET is held on time.
Upgradation of Sanskrit schools is in the priority of the state government. Along with the development of infrastructure facilities in Sanskrit schools, scholarship should also be given for the encouragement of the students studying. Prepare a detailed action plan in this regard and submit it as soon as possible.