1135 ad-hoc teachers aided colleges will be regulated see News Update 2022

1135 ad-hoc teachers aided colleges will be regulated.

 Preparations are being made to regulate the ad hoc teachers working in aided secondary colleges of the state after 21 years. The Uttar Pradesh government had regulated the teachers working in aided colleges till the year 2000, but 1135 teachers were left out due to non-compliance with the rules of regulation. A way has been found for them to regulate by amending the rules and the proposal has been sent to the government, an order in this regard is expected to be issued soon.

In the proposal sent to the government on behalf of Director of Secondary Education Vinay Kumar Pandey, it has been written that on March 22, 2016, Section-G of the Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Service Selection Board Act 1982 was added. With the addition of a new section in the Act of the Board, the ad-hoc teachers falling in the lecturer and trained graduate teacher category will be regulated relative to the short-term vacancy. Ad-hoc teacher appointed between 7th August 1993 to 25th January 1999 will get the benefit.

Ad-hoc teachers appointed between 7th August 1993 to 30th December 2000 by promotion or direct recruitment against substantive vacancy could not be regulated.

In aided colleges, the number of teachers appointed as 555 and short-term teachers against the original vacancy is 1135 including 580, which could not be regulated due to the rules.

The Personnel Department amended the regulation of ad-hoc appointments on 16 December 2021. It said that ad-hoc appointees to posts outside the UP Public Service Commission and who possess the requisite qualifications and have completed three years of service can be appointed regularly.

In such a situation, now 1135 teachers can be regularised.

 They are getting regular salary, so there will be no extra expenditure on the exchequer.

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