DSC 2012 notification by the end of January 2012-DSC 2012 in May/June

January 11th, 2012| Education, Jobs.

DSC 2012 notification

 DSC 2012 notification may be issued by the month ending of January, 2012. With this notification only recruitment of 20,000 teacher posts will be completed. Presently there are 11,139 teacher posts vacant in Education department. Permission was given to recruit another 9,565 school assistant posts in Rashtriya Madhyamika Siksha Abhiyan. Seventy percent posts of these are going to be recruited through giving promotions. Only thirty percent of the posts will be filled through direct recruitments. Nearly 900 candidates who were given offer letters in DSC-2008 will be given first preference in direct recruitments. Only after these two procedures are completed, one can get a clear idea about the remaining posts under Rashtriya Madhyamika Siksha Abhiyan. Pongal holidays and the precautions to be taken before issuing the notification are further delaying the issuing of DSC – 2012 notification. So the notification will now be issued only by the end of January, 2012. TET results will be announced on 28th January, 2012 will also be considered.

As part of the implementation of right of education law, 38,000 secondary grade teachers are to be recruited. The funds needed for recruitment of these posts will only be getting through 2012-13 budget and permissions have to be taken for recruitment of these posts. For all the above reasons recruitment of TSGT posts is not possible through DSC 2012.

Separate notifications will be issued for recruitment of 7,100 teachers in model schools and 968 posts in Gurukul schools. These also will be issued at the same time when the DSC-2012 notification will be issued. Written exam dates for teachers recruitments will be decided taking into consideration Intermediate, tenth class public exams in March, April months and the other vocational training courses. Depending on the availability of exam centres, the written tests may be conducted in May/June, 2012.

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