The Supreme Court has allowed the government of Uttar Pradesh to fill 69000 Teacher Vacancies on the basis of results declared in May 2020. The SC has taken this decision after dismissing the appeals filed by Uttar Pradesh Shiksha Mitra Association on the decision of Allahabad High Court to uphold the cut-off marks for selection of assistant basic teachers in the state.
The UP government had earlier increased the cut-off marks for the 2019 assistant teacher examination to 65 and 60 for the general and reserved categories respectively. With this notice, about 32,629 Shiksha Mitra candidates are not eligible to qualify for the exam. To increase the cut off marks, a notice was issued a day after the examination to fill up 69,000 teachers’ posts was conducted in the state.
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