Kolkata: A notification was issued in 2009 for the recruitment of primary teachers in the South 24 Parganas district of West Bengal. Where there were a total of 1834 teacher recruitment vacancies. But after that various legal complications started. Due to this the recruitment process is not completed. After about 13 years, ie last year, the appointment of 1506 people was completed by the order of the court, but even after that, 328 teacher vacancies remained.
On this day, the case for the recruitment of teachers was opened again in court. And Calcutta High Court Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay on Wednesday directed the South 24 Parganas District Primary Education Council to publish the new merit list by April 17.
The big news is that once again in the state of West Bengal, the creation of new teacher vacancies is underway as per the order of the court.
Legal complications started in the recruitment process after the publication of 1834 teacher vacancies in the South 24 Parganas district of West Bengal in 2009. The legal complexity of that appointment was reduced a little last year and after that, it was possible to complete the appointment of 1506 teachers. But after that, the remaining 328 teacher vacancies remain. A case was again filed in the High Court and that case came before Justice Gangopadhyay on Wednesday, March 1, 2023.
The judge expressed his surprise that the recruitment process was not completed even after 13 years due to the 13-year case. After that, he ordered to complete of the recruitment process of 420 teachers as soon as possible by increasing the vacancies of 92 teachers to the remaining 328 vacancies. He also directed the South 24 Parganas District Primary Education Council to publish this new merit list by April 17, 2023.