The court has given special permission to continue the recruitment process for about 750 teachers.



The Nainital High Court has directed the government to complete the recruitment process of primary teachers at the earliest, removing the ban on the recruitment of primary teachers in the state.

The court has made it clear that these appointments will be subject to the final decision of the petition. The court has granted special permission to continue the recruitment process for about 750 teachers.
On Thursday, the bench hearing Acting Chief Justice Ravi Kumar Malimath and Justice RC Khulbe heard the case. Rajiv Singh Rana and 40 others had filed a petition in the High Court saying that the National Council of Teachers Education had issued a notification in 2018.

In which to improve the quality of education, 50% marks in graduation was applied for B.Ed. The government also added this condition to the rules. It also decided that the first priority in the appointment will be given to the D.E.L.D. candidates and if not found, B.Ed candidates will be given a chance. Merit list will be made on the basis of marks of TET.
Gave an application for change of order
Earlier, the court had stayed the recruitment process of primary teachers. In view of the process of stalling the recruitment of primary teachers for two years and the shortage of teachers in primary schools, the government had applied for a change in the earlier order of the High Court.

During the hearing, the government said that the appointment process was interrupted due to the interim stay. After hearing the sides, the High Court bench has ordered the Education Department to complete the teacher recruitment process in the shortest possible time as it is necessary to recruit teachers in schools. The court has also ordered that all these appointments will be subject to the final decision of various petitions.

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