Education Department allots stations to 525 teachers on merit
Newly recruited teachers to further uplift standard of education: Krishan Kumar
DPI Paramjit Singh welcomes newly inducted teachers into department
S.A.S. Nagar (Mohali), September 11:
The Education Department, Punjab, today allotted stations as per merit to the 525 newly recruited teachers of master cadre. The appointment letters to these teachers were handed over by the Chief Minister, Captain Amarinder Singh at Mohali during 'Ghar Ghar Rozgar' job fair recently. The allotment was done here today at the auditorium of the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB).
Addressing the newly recruited teachers on the occasion, the Secretary of the department Mr. Krishan Kumar said that consistent efforts are being made to further uplift the standard of education in the Government Schools of the state under the guidance of the Chief Minister and in accordance with the directions of the Education Minister Mrs. Aruna Chaudhary. He also said that the recruitment of teachers on the vacant posts is a part of the process. Congratulating the newly recruited teachers, he expressed strong hope that these teachers would do justice to their job with full devotion and would be instrumental in lifting of the level of education in Government Schools to further heights.
Welcoming the newly recruited teachers, the DPI (Secondary Education) Mr. Paramjit Singh divulged that the teachers were called today on the directions of the Education Minister and they were shown the list of the vacant stations as per merit after which they were allotted the stations of their choice. He also added that those teachers have been accorded priority in the station allotment who are differently abled or are suffering from any disease or whose child is suffering from a hazardous disease or is differently abled. The station allotment work has been accomplished under the supervision of the Deputy Director of the department Mr. Dharm Singh and Assistant Director Mr. Lalit Kishore.