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J&K government to refer 8,700 more teacher vacancies to SSB

Education department is expecting some new initiatives to be announced by the Finance Minister Haseeb Drabu in the Budget 2018-19.

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In order to meet the dearth of staff in government schools, over 8,700 more vacancies for teachers post will be referred  to the hiring agency.

JK SSB: In February, the state government would refer 8,700 more vacancies for the post of teachers to the Services Selection Board (SSB) to be advertised, said Jammu and Kashmir Education Minister Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari. While attending a function, he said that in order to meet the dearth of staff in government schools, over 8,700 more vacancies for teachers post in addition to 2154 posts referred already, will be referred  to the hiring agency.

He reiterated the government’s resolve to meet targets set in the rolled-out roadmap to fill critical gaps in infrastructure and staff in the education sector.

New education initiatives to come up

“Education department is expecting some new initiatives to be announced by the Finance Minister Haseeb Drabu in the Budget 2018-19 for this key sector,” Bukhari said. He said the government was tirelessly working on a well-
defined roadmap to revamp education sector in the state which included consolidation of school infrastructure and meet the staff strength requirements in which the state still lacked.

He stressed on the fact that good performance has been received by the school education department and teachers in recent past despite critical gaps. He also took a dig over some political parties for playing politics over certain issues despite not having made much progress while remaining in power for several years.

“I have no hesitation in saying that the education sector has been continuously ignored over the last 70 years by these people, but despite that they are playing politics whenever the department comes up with new reforms and policies,” he said.

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