128 teachers Vacancy in Sanskrit schools 2021 Notification Application Form

 The application process for the posts of 128 teachers in Sanskrit schools is starting from 23 August. All the candidates can send the application form by registered post. The selection process will be done on the basis of interview. Educational coefficients will also be added to the selection.

The posts of Sanskrit teachers have been vacant for a long time in Sanskrit schools of the state. The government has decided to make temporary appointments on these posts. In this sequence, applications have been sought from the candidates. This appointment will be for the academic session 2021-22 and 2022-23 (except the summer vacation period).

There will be interview for a total of 128 posts. Merit will be made on the basis of candidate's educational score and marks obtained in interview.

A candidate can opt for five schools.

Post Name - Sanskrit Teacher

Name of the subject - The posts have been advertised for the subjects Sahitya, Grammar, Modern History, Navya Grammar, Vedanta, Samaveda, Shukla Yajurveda.

Salary Sanskrit Teacher -

The teachers selected for teaching at the pre-secondary level will be given an honorarium of Rs.

Selection Process

The interview will be in Sanskrit. Candidates having BEd, NET and PhD degree will be given weightage. Applications have been invited for a total of 33 schools in the district.

Application Process

The application process will start from 23rd August. Candidates have to send their forms by registered post.

District School Inspector RN Vishwakarma said that applications have been sought for aided Sanskrit secondary schools for teaching at East Madhyamik and North Madhyamik levels.

Application fee

 The fee of Rs 250 will be payable to the general and backward class candidates.

For Economically Weaker candidates and Scheduled Caste candidates, a fee of Rs 150 will have to be paid.

For Scheduled Tribes Bank Draft of Rs.100 or drawn Postal Order is payable in favor of Institution Manager.

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