Government to hire 77,100 teachers to improve school education


New Delhi. Rajshthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has announced recruitment of 77,100 teachers on various posts, as per a TOI report.

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT POSTS?
The different posts available for recruitment are as follows:

54,000 grade III
9,000 grade-II
5,000 lecturers
4,500 physical trainer teachers
1,500 Sanskrit teachers
1,200 headmasters
1,200 lab assistants
700 librarians
WHAT HAVE BEEN THE MEASURES TAKEN SO FAR?
The state government has recruited 67,961 teaching and non-teaching staff in the last four years, said Raje.

APPROVALS IN THE BUDGET?
The long-awaiting demand for putting the self-financing scheme (SFS) courses under the range of state financing has been approved
The SFS courses which have been running from last five years are to be included in the state financing
Centre for Converging Technology (CCT) is expected to benefit from this announcement as it faced acute shortage of teachers
17 new colleges in 17 sub-divisional centres by employing retired teachers have been announced. According to Raje, the construction of these colleges would be done from the MLALAD funds along with help from civil society
The government has made a budgetary allocation of Rs 250 crore for providing milk thrice a week to 60 lakh students
Kota will get another agricultural university
Free bus service has been announced for candidates appearing in interviews of exams conducted by UPSC, RPSC and Rajasthan Subordinate and Ministerial Services Selection Board
The Budget gives Rs 360 crore for building 3,379 classrooms and toilets
Free Wi-Fi facility will be available at all government colleges from the coming session with no limitation to the hours in a day