Assam will see a record 40,800 Teachers in Primary and ME Level getting recruited by the end of May this year.
Amongst these vacancies, 28,000 of the TET passed candidates will be given appointment on contractual basis by early April while the remaining 12,800 posts would be put under regular appointments by May this year.
This was confirmed by Assam Education Minister Himanta Biswa Sharma yesterday. It was also confirmed that as many as 95,000 vacancies would be filled up this year in total.
The 40,800 vacant posts being filled up are mostly in rural areas to improve the overall Educational Quality in the state and the selected candidates would mostly have to move out of their home town or districts. The process of filing applications would be online and interviews will be conducted district-wise. The eligibility of the applicant would be judged by evaluating the aggregate marks scored in the Higher Secondary examination and TET.