NTRCA recommends 34,000 teachers for appointment
Published: 07:29 PM, 21 January 2022 Updated: 07:29 PM, 21 January 2022
34,000 teachers get final recommendation for appointment
After seven months of receiving initial recommendations from the Non-Government Teachers' Registration and Certification Authority (NTRCA), 34,073 teachers were finally recommended for final appointment. They will get employment in various MPO registered private educational institutions across the country.
NTRCA has published the final recommendation for recruitment of teachers in private secondary and higher secondary schools on its website on Friday afternoon.
Earlier, on July 17, the government decided to appoint teachers in private schools and colleges, leaving the police verification ongoing.
In this regard, Additional Secretary of the Ministry of Education (Secondary-II) Fauzia Jafreen said, from now on, along with the police verification, the appointment of primary recommended teachers will be recommended. In this case, after the appointment of a person, if there is anything objectionable in the police verification against him, the appointment will be canceled. The Ministry of Education has asked the NTRCA to take action in this regard.
On March 30 last year, NTRCA issued the third public notice for the recruitment of 54,304 teachers in the third phase of private educational institutions.
According to the notification, out of 54,304 vacancies, there are 31,101 vacancies at school and college levels. Of these, 26,838 are MPO registered posts while 20,996 vacancies in madrasas and technical institutes. Of these, 19,154 are MPO posts while 2,206 are non MPO posts.
Although 51,761 posts were to be recommended, 38,286 candidates were recommended on July 15 last year. Of them, 34,610 are in MPOs and 3,676 are in non-MPOs institutions. The NTRC did not give results for 15,325 posts as no application was received for 8,448 male posts and candidates were not found in 6,777 women quota.