Sarkari Naukri: Before Durga Puja, Mamta Banerjee gave good news, so many teachers will get jobs in Bengal.

Sarkari Naukri|West Bengal|Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee Under the leadership of the State Cabinet, a meeting was held at his residence on Thursday. In this meeting held before Durga Puja, many important decisions regarding the education department were taken. After the meeting, State Education Minister Bratya Basu and North Bengal Development Minister Udayan Guha told reporters. decisions taken in cabinet Gave information about. On this occasion, Basu said that there was a demand for appointment of para teachers and contract teachers in higher secondary schools of the state for a long time. These appointments were approved in Thursday’s cabinet meeting. The Education Minister said that the number of teachers to be appointed will be announced after discussing with the department. He assured that a large number of teachers will be appointed on contract basis.

There will be appointments on para teacher and non-teaching posts in Rajvanshi schools.

Along with this, the Education Minister said that approval to make appointments on para-teacher and non-teacher posts located in North Bengal was also given in Thursday’s cabinet meeting. He said that 394 para-teacher and 384 non-teacher posts have been created in Rajvanshi schools, the recruitment process for which will be started soon.

Special branch will be formed to provide information through RTI

Education Minister Bratya Basu said that if anyone files RTI for information about Nepali, Rajvanshi and Santhali language schools in the state, then the department will give him complete information. Regarding this, a special branch will be formed by the Education Department, which will conduct it. He told that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee herself has advised to open this branch, she wants that if anyone needs any information about this, it should be made available.

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