UP 69000 Assistant Teacher Recruitment: Basic Education Council will soon release final list
UP 69000 Assistant Teacher Recruitment: The list of selected candidates with district wise allocation by the Basic Education Council, Prayagraj in Uttar Pradesh under 69000 Assistant Teacher Recruitment Exam 2019 can be released in a while today. All such candidates, who were declared successful on the basis of the examination conducted, will be able to see the list of district wise allocation after the official website of the council is released.
Explain that according to the program released by the Basic Education Council recently on 17 May 2020, the list of allotments was to be released on 31 May 2020. However, the allotment list could not be released as per the scheduled schedule due to the additional time of two days for the application given by the council to the candidates to modify the mobile number filled at the time of their application. Now the allocation list will be released today.
According to the instructions issued by the Council for the recruitment of Uttar Pradesh 69000 Assistant Teacher, the appointment letter will be given to the selected candidates after the counseling process, the time for counseling has been set from June 3 to June 6, 2020.
Earlier, for those candidates who were declared successful on the basis of UP 69000 teacher recruitment results, the window for the online application process as well as the uploading of documents was opened from 18 May to 26 May 2020. The scrutiny of the candidates’ applications was done from 27 May to 31 May.
The results of the UP 69000 Teacher Recruitment Exam 2019 were announced on 13 May. According to the cut-off prescribed by the Council for the written examination – minimum 65 percent marks for general category candidates and minimum 60 percent marks for all reserved classes – the candidates declared successful are to be counseled and allotted to the district for appointment. is.
However, the cut-off set by the council was challenged in the Allahabad High Court, on which the Lucknow bench, while giving the verdict, ordered the completion of the recruitment process within three months, assuming the cut-off of the department was correct.