Rajasthan Teacher Recruitment 2020: REET Exam To Be Conducted For Filling 31000 Vacancies Of Grade 3 Teacher Posts

Rajasthan Teacher Recruitment 2020: There is good news for all those unemployed youth who are willing to make a career in the teaching field. The Chief Minister of Rajasthan Ashok Gehlot announced that there will be the recruitment of 31000 third grade teachers in the government schools of Rajasthan. Apart from this Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has also approved the creation of the 2489 temporary posts in 289 government graded schools. This step will not only provide jobs to unemployed youths but will also lower the rate of unemployment to some level in Rajasthan. The candidate will be selected for this recruitment on the basis of their marks scored in the REET exam. The exam will be conducted tentatively in August 2021. The exam pattern of the REET is the same till now and if any changes are made will be notified by the officials. Stay tuned with us for every latest information about Rajasthan Teacher Recruitment 2020; we will update all latest information here.

Rajasthan Teacher Recruitment 2020: Highlights

Name of the Board Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan
Exam Name Rajasthan Teacher Recruitment 2020
Vacancies 31000 (Grade-3 Teachers)
Selection Process REET (Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers)
Notification Will be Released Soon
Exam August 2021 (Tentatively)
Official website rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in

Originally, the Education Ministry of Rajasthan had sent the scheme to recruit 31000 third-grade teachers in government schools of Rajasthan to the finance department which later on got an approval by the Chief Minister, and shared through the official handle by Ashok Gehlot. The teachers will be recruited for the 2 year probation period after their selection through the examination. It is also mentioned in the tweet that there will be a financial burden of Rs. 881.61 crore on the state government during the probation period of 2 years. Once the probation period is over, the financial burden may increase to Rs. 1717.40 crores per year.

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