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Posts of Assistant Teachers in Jharkhand’s Primary Schools Are Closed to B.Ed. Graduates

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As per recent updates, aspiring teachers who have completed their B.Ed will no longer be able to apply for assistant teacher positions in primary schools across Jharkhand. The School Education and Literacy Department made amendments to the recruitment rules, resulting in 3,017 applicants being denied consideration.

Posts of Assistant Teachers in Jharkhand's Primary Schools Are Closed to B.Ed. Graduates

What’s the Whole Issue?

Previously, the Jharkhand Staff Selection Commission (JSSC) had released an advertisement for the recruitment of assistant teachers, specifying a minimum qualification of a graduate degree with at least 50% marks, along with a one-year B.Ed or two-year B.Ed/ B.Ed (Special Education) for Intermediate Trained Teachers. Successful candidates were also required to complete a mandatory six-month bridge course from a recognized teacher training institute at their own expense after appointment by the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE).

However, later the department amended these rules and made it void. Subsequently, the commission rejected the applications of 3,017 candidates who had applied for the post of Intermediate Trained Assistant Teacher under the previous provision. The commission has issued a registration for these candidates on Thursday.

Other Rejections and Details

Apart from this major change, the commission has also rejected numerous other applications for various reasons. A total of 13,339 applications have been rejected. Among these, 9,772 candidates only completed the initial stage in the online application process and did not pay the examination fee. 449 candidates paid the examination fee but did not upload their signature. Furthermore, 101 candidates had reapplied after their original registration was canceled on January 19, 2024.

This alteration in the eligibility criteria has caused confusion among applicants who were preparing to apply based on the previous guidelines. Candidates are advised to stay updated with the latest announcements and guidelines by the Jharkhand Staff Selection Commission for any further developments in the recruitment process.

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