Wednesday, June 9, 2021

વિદ્યાસહાયક ભરતી પ્રોવિઝનલ મેરીટ લિસ્ટ | અન્ય માધ્યમ | 2021

 The process for recruitment of 4 teaching assistants in Std. 6 to 8 in government primary schools of the state has been started.The process for recruitment of Gujarati medium education assistants in

Std. 6 to 8 in government and town education committee owned corporations under district primary education office is currently being done by Gujarat State Primary Education Selection Committee. 6 posts will be filled in 6 subjects including Mathematics and Science. Under this, online application was called from the candidates who have passed the TET conducted by the recruitment announcement committee on the 13th.

After the completion of the application process, the committee will announce the merit list online on the website of Vidyashayak on the 17th. . Following the provisional merit list, the final merit list will be announced with additional amendments and further process will be completed before January. The form with correction has to be submitted at the receiving centers from 15th to 9th In order to raise the standard of education in the state and to meet the shortage of teachers, the government has recruited a total of 1,8,8 education assistants from 19 to date. In which recruitment process is carried out on a central basis. Now Std. In the year 2015-16, 10,000 new teaching assistants will be appointed to be included in education. Education Minister Ramanlal Vora made the announcement in the Assembly.

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He said that under Right to Education, it is planned to start Std-8 classes in 560 schools. Due to the efforts of the government, Gujarat is at the forefront in the percentage of students who have attained higher education after passing Std-12 in the country. Responding to a discussion on the budget of the education department in the House, Education Minister Ramanlal Vora said that 3,000 principals would be appointed to ensure good governance in primary schools, out of which 50 per cent would be directly recruited. In the year 2015-16, 15,200 classrooms, 3 compound walls and 1400 school buildings will be repaired.

Due to the efforts of the government, the drop-out ratio has dropped from 10.17 per cent in 2009-05 to 9.4 per cent in 2010-11. In other words, only 4.5 per cent children out of 100 drop out of school. 200 Pvt. 500 will be given instead of Rs. 500 given for sanitation in schools. This year 250 new secondary schools and 3 new model schools will be started. Scholarships will be given to Sanskrit students for medium level by increasing from 3 to 150 and for Shastri level from 300 to 400 and for principal level from 50 to 300 rupees.

The Central Government allocates Rs. 205 per capita in Gujarat.

Minister Ramanlal Vora said that under the Right to Education Act, the central government allocates only Rs 305 per capita in Gujarat, while allocating Rs 20 to 21 to other states. The Chief Minister made representations to the Prime Minister, Minister to remove this injustice, but to no avail.

50% amount allotted to the state for school rooms and water.The Gujarat government had proposed Rs 3 crore to the central government for facilities like rooms and drinking water in schools but only Rs 50 has been allotted against it.4.50 crore was reduced by the Central Government.The central government pays the head teachers of primary schools the same salary as ordinary teachers. Gujarat's proposal to start 301 new schools, 4 residential schools has also been rejected. Thus, the central government has made a direct reduction of Rs 7.50 crore, Vora said.Gujarat students are at the forefront of getting higher education in the country

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