Recruitment of teachers on 2,287 posts entangled in legal stakes screw!

Dehradun: The recruitment process of teachers running on 2,287 posts of Basic in Uttarakhand may once again tangle the legal stakes. A Haridwar candidate has filed a petition in the High Court seeking quashing of these applications alleging that the certificate of Central Teacher Eligibility Test is based on misinformation and applying for teacher recruitment on the basis of it.

The same issue of recruitment to basic teacher posts in the State is getting embroiled in legal stakes in the past. The issue of teacher recruitment was stuck for a long time between those pursuing DLED (Diploma in Elementary Education) from the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) and DLED from DIET (District Institutes of Education and Training). The high court had earlier banned the teacher recruitment process when the case reached the High Court.

Those who did D. Ed. from the same NIOS said that they have been recognized by the NCTE (National Council for Teachers). While the candidates who were D. Ed from the DIET were opposing it, they said that D. Ed stakeholders from NIOS should be excluded from teacher recruitment. The high court had lifted the ban on recruitment of teachers in September this year following a petition by the State Government seeking to initiate the teacher recruitment process. The high court in its judgement said that recruitment of teachers will be subject to its final decision. The recruitment process for 361 backlog posts across the State is in the final stages these days by the Department after the ban on recruitment was lifted.

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