The Delhi Subsidiary Selection Board (DSSSB) has withdrawn an advertisement issued in January 2021 for the recruitment of 364 additional teachers in government schools. After the advertisement was withdrawn, the Board and the Directorate of Education together decide whether to start a new recruitment process for the 364 posts or merge these positions in the previous year’s recruitment process and qualify young people after February 2020. You are also allowed to apply.
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The DSSSB has provided this information to the Central Administrative Tribunal. This move by DSSSB provides young people who have been eligible to become teachers in the past year to become special educators. The bench, headed by Justice LN Reddy, chairman of the Tribunal, dismissed the petition seeking the cancellation of the revised (Adandam) advertisement for the appointment of 364 additional posts for the recruitment of special teachers in January 2021.
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Advocate Anuj Agarwal, on behalf of Monica Yadav and others, demanded the cancellation of the appointment of Adandam for these posts in January 2021 or that the DSSSB applied for the recruitment process for all young persons eligible to become special educators after February 2020. At the hearing of the case, the tribunal said it was unfair to issue 364 vacancies for appointment because it deprives young people of qualified applications to become teachers after February 2020. Advocate Agarwal told the bench that the ad for DSSSB 2021 additional post could not be placed in the year-end advertisement as thousands of eligible students were denied the application after February 2020.
This is the case
Last year, in January 2020, the DSSSB advertised for filling the vacancies of 978 vacancies for special teachers in government schools. But in the wake of the corona epidemic, these posts were unable to complete the recruitment process. This year, the Delhi government’s Directorate of Education has sent a request to the DSSSB to fill 364 additional posts of special teachers. Following this, the DSSSB issued an advertisement to fill these 364 posts in January 2021 and said the recruitment process would be launched simultaneously in both advertisements, namely 978 and 364. This decision by the DSSSB declined to mandate eligible youth to become teachers after February 2020, ie, the Central Teacher Eligibility Test or B.Ed. Dozens of young people, including Monica Yadav, have applied for it.