The Department of Education in Rajasthan will soon begin the process of recruiting computer teachers. State Minister for Education Govind Singh Dutasara provided information in this regard in the Legislative Assembly today.
Govind Singh Dotasara said the computer teacher recruitment process will start in the education department soon. Correspondence in this regard is under study by the Finance Department. He expressed the hope that the cadre building for this position would be completed within a month.
State Minister for Education, Govind Singh Dutasara, in response to MLA Panachand Meghwal’s supplementary question within question hour, said that it was announced in this regard in the 2020-2021 Budget.
For this, the Prime Minister spoke about creating a cadre for the position of computer teacher. He said that after the cadre is built, the hiring process will start next month.
Earlier, in a written response to MLA Meghwal’s original question, Govind Singh Dotasara stated that the computer teacher job is not enforced under the Ministry of Education but the process of creating a computer teacher job in accordance with this 2020-21 budget announcement is underway.
He said that in the 2020-2021 budget, 41,000 jobs had been announced in the Education Department. Administrative and financial approval was obtained to employ 31,000 vacancies from the third category.