"There will be no negligence in verifying the records of selected teachers in the recruitment of 69 thousand assistant teachers in council primary schools", BSA officer said.
New Delhi: The Basic Education Council has instructed to complete the verification work by 26 April. The responsibility of any kind of negligence in this will rest with the District Basic Education Officer. There will be no negligence in verifying the records of selected teachers in the recruitment of 69 thousand assistant teachers in council primary schools.
Basic Education Council Secretary Pratap Singh Baghel has issued this order to all BSAs of the state, including District Basic Education Officer (BSA) Rajiv Kumar Yadav. It contains clear instructions that any error, mistake or delay in verification is to be verified. The BSAs themselves will be responsible. For verification, the prescribed fees will be given to the concerned universities and educational institutions from the district level.
In his order, the secretary also warned that he is constantly receiving complaints about delay in verification, due to which the salaries of selected teachers are not being paid. If the complaints are found to be correct, there will be no sparing of negligence.
He also said that the results of related examinations are available on the UP Board Examination Regulatory Authority and many university websites. In this case, along with sending the verification to the concerned university or educational institution, alternatively the verification of the educational records of the concerned candidates can also be done online. However physical verification will still be compulsory. For physical verification they have also sent Google sheets of all 75 districts.