State government to appoint teachers

Focussig on education system, School & Mass Education Department Samir Ranjan Dash underlined the importance of education ecosystem in the state, as he announced that the Odisha government has allocated a budget of Rs 1,045 crore for the 2023-24 fiscal year to hire 51,535 teaching and non-teaching staff.

The minister also added strategies and policies been lineup to follow it, where he brief about the recruitment process which includes 702 post-graduate teachers for Higher Secondary Schools, 1,543 teachers for fully aided higher secondary schools to be recruited through SSB, 7,540 TGTs for government high schools, 6,025 Leave & Training Reserve (LTR) teachers for high schools, 2,064 TGTs for the fully aided schools, 20,000 recruitment at primary level, 1,799 recruitment to various non-teaching positions in DEO, BEO offices and high schools and 10,412 watch and ward posts in 5T schools involving self help group (SHG) members.

Elaborating more about the plan, the minister said that 106 more high schools in the state will be upgraded to higher secondary schools in 2023-24 fiscal.

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