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Assam Announces Massive Recruitment Drive with Over 10,000 Vacancies in Education Department

Assam government has announced the availability of more than 10,000 job opportunities in the education department. The notification, issued by the Directorate of Secondary Education and Directorate of Elementary Education, covers a wide array of teaching positions, including Post Graduate Teachers, Graduate Teachers (Arts and Science), and Assistant Teachers for both LP and UP Schools.

Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, in a tweet, expressed confidence in surpassing the commitment made by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) during the 2021 Assembly polls. “We will not only deliver but exceed our promise of creating more than 1 lakh government jobs in the most transparent manner in Assam’s history,” he stated.

The BJP, securing victory for the second consecutive term, had pledged to generate over 1 lakh government jobs in Assam. The current initiative by the state government, led by Chief Minister Sarma, marks a significant stride toward realizing this commitment.

Assam Education Minister Ranoj Pegu provided details on the various positions available, stating that the Directorate of Secondary Education is recruiting 1424 Post Graduate Teachers and 7249 Graduate Teachers for Arts, Science, Hindi, and Sanskrit in Provincialised Secondary Schools. Simultaneously, the Directorate of Elementary Education is advertising for 3800 Assistant Teacher positions in LP Schools and 1750 positions for Assistant Teachers, Science Teachers, and Hindi Teachers in UP Schools.

Senior Minister Pijush Hazarika also acknowledged the importance of this recruitment drive, particularly for the teaching community. In his statement, he said, “Good news for the teaching community! The Govt of Assam has released vacancies over 10,000 teaching posts. The dream of HCM Dr. @himantabiswa will be fulfilled, and our Govt will create a history of job recruitment in a fair manner.”

The move is expected to not only address the employment concerns of the state but also contribute to the improvement of the education sector by ensuring an adequate number of qualified teachers across various disciplines.

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