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Haryana govt to fill in 1730 faculty posts: state Education minister

The Haryana government will recruit associate professors as well as reissue appointment letters of 3,000 guest teachers in school

By: PTI |
November 30, 2015 11:27:06 am


haryana The Haryana Government also claims to construct separate toilets for girls and boys in more than 80 per cent schools

Haryana’s education department will soon fill about 1,730 posts of associate professors thereby putting an end to a shortage of faculty members, state minister Ram Bilas Sharma said on Sunday.

“For this purpose a requisition letter has already been sent to the Haryana Public Service Commission. Apart from this, appointment letters of 3,000 guest teachers in school education have been reissued and the rest would be issued within the next two days,” the state education minister said.

After signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Higher Education Department and O P Jindal Global University, Sharma said the government has laid emphasis on imparting value education at the primary level itself.

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“Special attention is being paid to ensuring maintenance of cleanliness in schools and separate toilets have been constructed for girls and boys in more than 80 per cent schools,” Sharma added.

On special ‘girdawari’ (assessment of crop loss) being conducted by the government for estimating losses due to crop damage by Whitefly and other pests, the Minister said the report is almost ready and would be presented during the Winter Session of the Haryana Vidhan Sabha starting tomorrow.

Regarding the sittings of the Assembly Session, he said that this could be increased keeping in view the works of the Vidhan Sabha, but only with the approval of the Business Advisory Committee.

He said this is the first time after 30 years that a third Assembly Session is being called in the same year, which reflects the government’s commitment.

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