A total of 53,595 students have passed the written test of the second phase of recruitment of 45,000 assistant teachers in government primary schools. Candidates who have passed will have to submit the required documents by June 18 to participate in the oral examination.
Candidates nominated for the oral examination have uploaded the online application, photocopy of the application, written examination admission certificate, citizenship certificate, certificate of local union council chairman or ward councilor in favor of permanent address, national identity card,
Certificate of Accreditation along with Certificate of Educational Qualification (if applicable) and other required documents must be attested by the Gazetted Officer of at least 9th grade and submitted to the respective District Primary Education Office during office hours by 18th June.
When submitting photocopies (attested) of all certificates and required documents to the District Primary Education Officer, the original copies of those papers should be shown to the District Primary Education Officer.
Candidates selected for the oral examination will not be issued their oral examination card if they do not submit the paperwork by June 18.
Candidates should bring original copies of all certificates, receipts, and other documents during the oral examination. The date of the oral examination will be published on the website of the Department of Primary Education in due course.
The written test of the second phase of the primary was held on May 20 in 29 districts. The total number of candidates was 4 lakh 66 thousand 100 people. The results of the second phase of the written test were released late last night after 20 days.
The oral test of the candidates who have passed the written test of the first stage will start tomorrow, Sunday. A detailed schedule of oral examinations can be found on the notice board of the concerned District Primary Education Office and on the website of the Department of Primary Education, Deputy Commissioner, and District Primary Education Office.
The third and final written examination for the post of Assistant Teacher was held on June 3 in 32 districts. The total number of candidates in the third stage is 4 lakh 46 thousand 598. The results of the written test at this stage have not been released yet.
According to the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education, teachers will be appointed in government primary schools by next July after taking the examination in three stages.
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