The Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board (DSSSB) has recently released the number of vacancies for teaching posts in schools run by DSSSB. This announcement has brought a ray of hope for those who are preparing for the DSSSB Teacher Recruitment Exam 2023. The candidates who aspire to become a primary teachers and wish to apply for the DSSSB Primary Teacher vacancies must prepare themselves effectively as the competition is high and tough.
According to the latest notification released by DSSSB, 5750 vacancies are available for Primary Teachers in the schools run by DSSSB. Aspiring teachers who are interested in teaching at the primary level must be eager to know the availability of positions for DSSSB Primary Teachers.
As for the recent notice on the teaching vacancies, DSSSB has stated 2683 vacancies for Teacher Primary, 2521 vacancies for Teacher Nursery, 509 vacancies for Principal’s post, and 37 vacancies for Special Educator (Primary).
Earlier DSSSB had released the list of other vacancies for teaching aspirants. According to that notification, DSSSB has 16000+ teaching vacancies for the post of TGT, PGT, Computer Teacher, Physical Education Teacher, Music Teacher, Drawing Teacher and other teaching positions.
To qualify for the DSSSB Vacancy 2023, candidates must also have the required educational qualifications and teaching experience. They must possess a bachelor’s degree in education or a related field and have a valid teaching license issued by the government. Candidates with prior teaching experience will have an advantage over others, however, prior experience is not mandatory. The candidates will have to be below the age of 30 years to apply for the DSSSB PRT Post.
As the competition is high and tough, candidates need to prepare effectively for the DSSSB Teacher Recruitment Exam. They must ensure that they have a thorough understanding of the syllabus and the exam pattern. Candidates can refer to the previous year’s question papers, online resources and coaching classes to prepare for the exam.
The exam comprises multiple-choice questions based on general knowledge, reasoning, English language proficiency and subject-specific knowledge. Candidates who clear the exam are then called for an interview, which is the final stage of the selection process.