2400 posts of spokesperson are lying vacant in government polytechnic institutions run under the Department of Technical Education. According to the standards of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), the recruitment process for these posts can begin once the new service rules are created. There are currently 150 state polytechnic institutes in the state. New appointments have been held since May 3, 2018. Earlier, the candidates selected on the advertised posts were given the job only on the last day.
The number of vacancies is constantly increasing, as teachers are retiring every year but their placements are not being appointed. Due to the vacancy of the spokesperson, reading and reading is being affected. In most institutions, the services of retired teachers are being used. After the announcement of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the details of vacant posts are being collected afresh. The number of vacancies in this exercise may increase further. After this, the recruitment process will also start soon. This will benefit the students studying in state polytechnic institutions of the state.
Selection will be done from public service commission
Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission is selected for the posts of spokesperson in the Government Polytechnic. The posts are sent to the Commission through the Directorate of Technical Education. According to the AICTE Regulations 2010, after the formation of the new service rules, the qualification and pay scale fixed for the posts will also change. AICTE Regulations 2010 was accepted in the mandate issued on May 3, 2018. Under this, a three-tier staff structure is to be implemented in polytechnic institutions. The process of framing the new service manual has been going on since then. While reviewing the department in the month of March last, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had directed to make a new service manual soon.
– 2400 posts will have spokespersons in polytechnic institutions
– There are 150 state polytechnic institutes in U.P.
47% left Chemistry PG entrance exam
Candidates have started making distance in admission to Masters courses in Lucknow University in session 20-21. About 41 percent of the candidates were absent from the exam for the second day on Monday. In chemistry, about 47 percent of the candidates did not come to take the exam. After applying, the distance created by such a large number of candidates from the entrance examination has raised many questions. Let me tell you, this situation is not only revealed in the postgraduate chemistry. There was also a large absence in the entrance examination of Zoology held on Saturday. At the same time, a large number of candidates in undergraduate courses have not even come forward to choose the option.