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Education Minister of Gujarat has made a major announcement for teacher recruitment today. For some time, teachers have been sitting in the hope that the state government will recruit them. Then today Bhupendrasinh Chudasama had a detailed discussion about all the schools in the state and its policy. Then gave information about the recruitment of teachers.
Regarding the recruitment of teachers, the Education Minister of Gujarat today said that a total of 3900 teachers will be recruited across the state. In which 1300 teachers will be recruited in standard 1 to 5. Similarly, 2000 teachers recruitment from 2000 to VI to VIII. The recruitment of a principal for Granny School was also announced. The college has announced the recruitment of 970 assistant professors and 124 junior clerks and 19 writing assistants. At the same time, the announcement of recruitment of teachers in government jobs has given him a sigh of relief. They have been waiting for recruitment for some time. He has also represented the government from time to time.
Talking about all the schools in the state and its policy, he said that a big allocation has been made in the budget to provide world class education to children in the state and to make Gujarat a center in the field of education.
14.41 percent i.e. Rs 32,719 crore of the budget of Gujarat will be used for education in Gujarat. Not only this, schools will be equipped with technology to make Gujarat a center in the field of education. The Mission School of Excellence project will replace 15,000-government primary, secondary schools to secondary-higher secondary schools in the coming years to impart world-class education to children.
Chudasama further said that there has been a lot of loss of education in Corona. The no-detention policy came into force in 2009, with the no-detention policy causing losses. But then an attempt was made to increase the percentage of education. As per the previous policy, no student could fail up to Std. But the central government has now changed its education policy