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Jharkhand Assistant Teacher Recruitment Policy Amended

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Department of School Education and Literacy has revised the recruitment rules concerning the appointment of assistant teachers to 26,001 positions. The amendment entails granting relaxation in minimum qualifying marks for reserved category candidates based on their academic qualifications.

Furthermore, the Jharkhand Staff Selection Commission has incorporated this relaxation in the recruitment brochure. This amendment aims to ensure that new applicants can also avail the benefits of this relaxation while applying for these positions through online applications, as a link for the same will be provided by the commission.

Under this provision, candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Extremely Backward Classes, Backward Classes, and all categories of Divyang quota will receive a five percent relaxation in the minimum qualifying marks. Similarly, candidates from the Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTGs) will receive a seven percent relaxation in the prescribed minimum qualifying marks.

The minimum educational qualification required for appointment as an assistant teacher is to have passed at least 50 percent of the relevant examination. However, in some cases, this minimum percentage has been set at 45 percent. Reserved category candidates will benefit from the specified percentage relaxation in qualifying marks.

Increased Opportunities for Para Teachers to Become Assistant Teachers

Para teachers will now have increased opportunities to become assistant teachers. Notably, the requirement of obtaining marks in various sections of the recruitment examination for assistant teacher appointments has been exempted for para teachers. In the recruitment examination, it is mandatory to obtain a minimum of 30 percent marks in the mother tongue subject equivalent to the secondary examination in the first section.

Similarly, obtaining 33 percent marks in the fourth section is compulsory, but this requirement will not apply to para teachers. Moreover, the category-wise minimum qualifying marks for appointment to the position of assistant teacher will not be applicable to para teachers. The absence of a specified minimum marks limit enables more para teachers to be selected for the position of assistant teacher. It is worth mentioning that 50 percent of the positions in this examination are reserved for para teachers.

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