Results of Primary Asst. Teacher Recruitment Test Not Being Published Today

Directorate of Primary Education (DPE) Logo || Photo: Collected

Directorate of Primary Education (DPE) Logo || Photo: Collected

The final results of the recruitment exam for the post of assistant teacher in government primary schools across the country are not being published today.

This information was revealed by the Directorate of Primary Education at around 11:30 am on Thursday (November 24).

Director General Shah Rezwan Hayat of the Directorate of Primary Education told the media that the results of the recruitment examination for the post of assistant teachers in primary schools are not being published today.

Meanwhile, the rumor of being published of the result of the primary assistant teacher has been spread through various media including social media. Shah Rezwan Hayat said about this issue, I don't know where they get the information from. Today the result is not published.

45 thousand teachers are supposed to be appointed by increasing the number of assistant teachers, but this is not happening. This information is known from the sources of the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education. Sources say that recruitment is being done for the posts mentioned in the notification. Accordingly, 32 thousand 577 posts will be appointed.

The Directorate of Primary Education published a notification on October 20, 2020, for the recruitment of assistant teachers. But due to the coronavirus epidemic, it was not possible to take the exam at that time. This year written exams and Viva Voces have been completed. 40 thousand 862 people passed the written exam in the first phase, 53 thousand 595 in the second phase, and 57 thousand 368 in the third phase. 13 lakh 9 thousand 461 candidates applied for this recruitment exam.

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