Induction workshops begin for newly appointed ETT teachers: The Tribune India
Amritsar, August 17
Amid the teacher recruitment process for government primary and elementary school teachers, a three-day seminar and induction program for newly appointed teachers has started in Amritsar.
Teachers from different blocks in the district participated in the seminar. A team of “Padho Punjab Padhao Punjab” led by officials from the district education department were the resource persons, who conducted conditioning exercises as part of the Nipun Bharat mission, which is aligned with the national education policy. education, 2020.
District Education Officer (Elementary) Rajesh Sharma said recruitment is underway for elementary school teachers, with 6,635 teachers appointed across the state for elementary schools. “The district alone has 231 new elementary school teachers. An additional 4,595 hires were added to fill vacancies statewide in elementary schools. These training workshops are part of the process of upgrading teachers regarding new policy changes and advanced learning tools,” he added.
District Coordinator and Deputy District Coordinator Mandeep Singh and Sarabjit Singh prepared assignments for the workshops for newly recruited teachers.
Over the next three days, the district will receive more teacher recruits as part of the recent process. From 6,635 ETT teachers appointed to public primary schools, 823 ETT teachers were recruited for the district, including rural belt schools.
The hiring process had begun after repeated requests from teachers’ unions to fill vacancies in elementary schools across the state. Several schools in the district reported a severe shortage of elementary school teachers.