Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) has been directed by the Mehbooba Mufti led Jammu and Kashmir coalition government to recruit 2154 teachers in the state’s education department within next 4 months. It is a welcome move for the students in the state of Jammu and Kashmir for better education environment as well for the youth as this teachers’ recruitment drive will push employment opportunities in the state.
CM CONFIRMS THE ACTION
Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti confirmed the same in a tweet she posted last night on her official twitter handle, “To meet the dearth of staff in schools we have directed the J&K Services Selection Board to complete the recruitment for 2,154 teachers’ posts in the next 4 months. Education a top priority for us.”
WHY THIS MOVE
To meet the dearth of staff in schools, the government has directed the JKSSB to complete the recruitment for 2154 posts in the next four months, an official spokesman said. The department of education has referred 3,450 posts to JKSSB which include 2,154 vacancies of teachers and 1,289 of non-teaching staff.
Chairing a meeting in Jammu on Thursday, the state Minister for Education Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari asked School Education Department Secretary Farooq Ahmed Shah and JKSSB Chairperson Simrandeep Singh to coordinate and complete the paperwork and start the recruitment process in January.
The minister directed the SSB chairperson to complete the recruitment in all respects in next four months. Bukhari also set a three-month deadline for completing the ongoing recruitment for 1,289 non-teaching staff posts. The SSB chairperson assured that the recruitment process would be completed within the stipulated timeframe. Candidates must keep a tab on the official website of JKSSB to apply for the Teaching jobs as soon as they are announced by the department.