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Bareilly. There is confusion about 37339 posts of 69000 Assistant Teacher Recruitment in Basic Schools of Basic Education Council in Uttar Pradesh. The Supreme Court has completed the hearing on July 24 and reserved the decision. Competitors, who have been waiting for almost three months, are demanding from the Uttar Pradesh government that the government take initiative for the decision. On Wednesday, the candidates submitted a memorandum to the DM regarding the demand.
Candidates for the post of Assistant Teacher have demanded from the State Government for effective lobbying in the Supreme Court in the recruitment of 69 thousand teachers in council schools. In this regard, a memorandum addressed to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was submitted to DM Nitish Kumar. Candidates said that the order of recruiting 69 thousand assistant teachers was secured in the Supreme Court on 24 July. The government should submit an application to the court to issue the order. Candidates said that we have great hope from the government. The government has also proved that deserving people will not be disappointed by distributing appointment letters to 31661 posts. 37339 candidates are in mental depression. Efforts should be made from the government level itself to complete the process of recruitment on the remaining posts as well. Sonali Goyal, Deepika, Urvashi, Dipanshi Gangwar, Preity, Anita, Divya, Kamini Gangwar, Alok, Rahul, Gaurav, etc. were present on this occasion.

Bareilly. There is confusion about 37339 posts of 69000 Assistant Teacher Recruitment in Basic Schools of Basic Education Council in Uttar Pradesh. The Supreme Court has completed the hearing on July 24 and reserved the decision. Competitors, who have been waiting for almost three months, are demanding from the Uttar Pradesh government that the government take initiative for the decision. On Wednesday, the candidates submitted a memorandum to the DM regarding the demand.

Candidates for the post of Assistant Teacher have demanded from the State Government for effective lobbying in the Supreme Court in the recruitment of 69 thousand teachers in council schools. In this regard, a memorandum addressed to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was submitted to DM Nitish Kumar. Candidates said that the order of recruiting 69 thousand assistant teachers was secured in the Supreme Court on 24 July. The government should submit an application to the court to issue the order. Candidates said that we have great hope from the government. The government has also proved that deserving people will not be disappointed by distributing appointment letters to 31661 posts. 37339 candidates are in mental depression. Efforts should be made from the government level itself to complete the process of recruitment on the remaining posts as well. Sonali Goyal, Deepika, Urvashi, Dipanshi Gangwar, Preity, Anita, Divya, Kamini Gangwar, Alok, Rahul, Gaurav, etc. were present on this occasion.

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