Educational news in Nepal
Teachers Service Commission Recommends Nearly 3,000 Primary Level Teachers for Posting in Nepal
The Teachers Service Commission in Nepal has recommended 2,944 primary level teachers for posting at various schools across the country. These teachers were selected through an open competition process, which attracted 13,297 applications for the posts of primary level and third-grade teachers.
- The Teachers Service Commission in Nepal has recommended 2,944 primary level teachers for posting at various schools across the country.
- The teachers were selected through an open competition process that received 13,297 applications for primary level and third-grade teaching positions.
- The commission recommended a total of 10,353 teachers for available teaching positions, including 3,000 primary level teachers, in an effort to address the shortage of teachers in the education sector.
- However, some selected teachers failed to meet the required quota for their respective districts, resulting in a recommendation of fewer teachers than the number of available posts.
- The recommended teachers’ details were sent to the Education and Human Resource Development Center for further action, and the education development and coordination unit of the respective districts will handle the posting
Boost for Education Sector with Recommendation of 10,353 Teachers
The commission recommended a total of 10,353 teachers for the available teaching positions, including 3,000 teachers for primary level teaching positions. This is a significant boost for the education sector, especially at the primary level, where there has been a shortage of teachers in the recent past.
Selected Teachers Failed to Meet Quota Requirements for Respective Districts
However, the number of teachers recommended was 2,944 less than the number of posts demanded, as some of the selected teachers failed to meet the required quota for their respective districts. Despite passing the required examination, their numbers were less than the quota required for their districts.
Education and Human Resource Development Center to Handle Posting
The details of the recommended teachers have been forwarded to the Education and Human Resource Development Center, which will send them to the education development and coordination unit of the respective districts for posting. This will ensure that the recommended teachers are posted in schools where their services are most needed.
The commission’s recommendations are an important step towards improving the quality of education at the primary level in Nepal. They also demonstrate the commission’s commitment to ensuring that the education sector is staffed with qualified teachers. The move is likely to boost the morale of teachers in the country and attract more people to the teaching profession.