December 15, 2017- JKSSB.NIC.IN Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) has been directed by the Mehbooba Mufti led Jammu and Kashmir coalition Government to recruit 2154 teachers in the state’s education department in coimg four months.
It is a welcome move for the students in the state of Jammu and Kashmir for better education environment as well for those looking for career in teaching profession as teacher’s recruitment drive will push employment opportunities in the Jammu and Kashmir state.
Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti confirmed the same in a tweet she posted on her official twitter handle,
“To meet the dearth of staff in schools we have directed the J&K Services Selection Board to complete the recruitment for 2,154 teachers posts in the next 4 months. Education a top priority for us.”
As per reliable sources, the Jammu and Kashmir Education Department has been recommended to fill 2154 vacancies of teaching staff and 1289 vacancies of non-teaching staff in coming four months.
Hon’ble Minister for Higher Education, Janab Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari, had referred the School Education Department Secretary Farooq Ahmed Shah and JKSSB Chairperson Simrandeep Singh to commence the teacher’s recruitment process by January 2018 and complete all formalities and approvals before that.
The Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) has been asked to complete all recruitment related work in the next four months and meet deadlines to scale up the education facilities in the state.
Meanwhile, the recruitment process for appointing 1289 non-teaching staff already under process in the state and the Education Minister has set a timeline of three months to complete the same.
JKSSB Chairperson Simrandeep Singh had assured the Education department to complete the recruitment drive within the timelines set by the Jammu and Kashmir Government.
We shall be updating you with further information in this regard along with progress. Stay conneted..
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