MP to Recruit 40,000 Teachers in Govt Schools in 2023

Story Highlights
  • 40,000 vacant seats in govt schools in MP announced
  • Teachers will be recruited through a Primary Teacher Eligibility Test
  • Presently more than 60 thousand posts of teachers are vacant in the state

Madhya Pradesh: In the year 2023, 40 thousand vacant posts have been announced in government schools. In this, about 18 thousand posts are being recruited from the Primary Teacher Eligibility Test 2020. On the other hand, recently notification has been issued by the MP Staff Selection Board for the eligibility test for the recruitment of higher secondary, secondary, and primary teachers. 

These eligibility tests will be taken in March and April. After this, the exam will be conducted again for recruitment. In this, about 18 thousand posts will be recruited. This time, to become a teacher, candidates will have to take the exam twice. After this, the merit list will be prepared. This will improve the education system in government schools. The government has announced the recruitment of teachers for about 50 thousand posts in the new year. 

The government has made the teacher eligibility test valid for life and has implemented a system of conducting selection tests in the concerned subject at the time of recruitment. The School Education Department has issued its notification. That is, now the youth who have passed the Teacher Eligibility Test for the years 2018 and 2020 will be able to participate in the recruitment process anytime, but the age should be between 21 to 40 years. 

They will also have to qualify the selection test of the concerned subject. According to the new notification, the candidates will not have to take the eligibility test again and again to become a teacher. This decision will be applicable to all the eligibility examinations that have been held and will be held after the year 2018. Once a youth qualifies the exam, he can appear in any recruitment process for teachers up to the age of 40 years.

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