New academic session is going to start in Uttar Pradesh from April 1. In view of this, the government has decided to open 85 new schools for the academic session 2023-24. With the opening of new schools, recruitment will also be done on the posts of teachers. In this regard, a proposal has been sent to the government on behalf of State Additional Director KK Gupta.
A total of 85 schools will be opened in different areas of Uttar Pradesh. Maximum six schools will be opened in Pilibhit. Along with this, 5 schools will be opened in Santakbir Nagar, 4 in Badaun and three each in Ghaziabad, Ballia, Lakhimpur Kheri, Rae Bareli, Deoria and Rampur. Only one school each will be opened in Pratapgarh and Prayagraj. After opening of these new 85 schools, bumper recruitment will be done on the posts of teachers. According to media reports, with the opening of these schools, a total of 1315 teachers’ posts will be created. At the same time, the posts of teachers are lying vacant in more than 22 schools.
1315 teachers posts created
Teachers will be reinstated at different levels in these new schools. While 91 teachers will be created for schools up to class 10, 17 posts will be created for inter colleges. Along with this, 1224 teachers’ posts will be created in 72 inter-colleges on the basis of 17. Actually, tell that along with the announcement of CM Yogi Adityanath, a Pandit Deendayal Model Inter College will also be opened.
In connection with the opening of new schools, 18 Government Inter Colleges and 13 High Schools will be opened through PM Janvikas Karyakram. At the same time, until teachers are recruited in these new schools and colleges, classes will be conducted on time by sending teachers from each other’s schools and colleges.