State Govt. Plans to Hire 51,000+ jobs in Teaching Sector: Said Minister: In the post budget meeting, the Odisha State School and Mass Education Minister Mr. Samir Ranjan Dash has announced that the government has allocated Rs. 1,045 crore in this financial year to recruit over 51,000 teaching and non-teaching staffs. This is huge number of vacancy and candidates who want to join in government teaching sector can use this opportunity to get placed.
This hiring will includes PG teachers for higher secondary schools, teachers for fully aided schools through SSB, and leave and training reserve (LTR) teachers. It is expected that the board has planned to recruit candidates depending upon the vacancy positions in the schools. The minister also said that the government also planned to improve the ambience of the state schools.
The recruitment drive will also include non-teaching staffs post in DEO and BEO offices. In addition to that, nearly 106 high schools in the state has been planned to be upgraded to higher secondary schools said Minister. The above-mentioned news is officially announced by the odisha state SME minister on Monday.