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UP 69000 Teachers Vacancy: Third round counseling process will start soon, check update here

UP 69000 Teachers Vacancy: So far, the process of allocation of the district for 31,277 and 36,590 posts in two phases has been completed. After the completion of the counseling process for these phases, candidates have also been given appointment letters.

new Delhi. Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Council will soon get the vacancy for the recruitment of 69000 teachers in the state. The third round of counseling will be done to recruit the remaining seats. Candidates who were not able to attend the earlier rounds of counseling can join for this round. According to the media reports, the Director General of School Education said that the department will soon conduct the third round of counseling.




Two-stage counseling process has been completed

So far, the process of allocation of the district for 31,277 and 36,590 posts in two phases has been completed. After the completion of the counseling process for these phases, candidates have also been given appointment letters. However, after two rounds of counseling, there have been reports that a large number of seats are vacant. It is believed that the candidates will be informed about the process of the third round soon through the official website.

The result was declared in May and

the council declared the result on 12 May and the link was opened on 14 May 2020 for the counseling process. The process of appointment was started on 18 May. About 1.46 lakh candidates had passed the examination while the list of district allocation was released on June 2, 2020.

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However, after the district allocation list was released, Allahabad The High Court had stayed it. But later the Supreme Court had issued an order to the UP government to recruit 69 thousand teachers. After this, the order of the Uttar Pradesh Shiksha Mitra Association upholding the Allahabad High Court cut-off marks was challenged in the Supreme Court, but the top court rejected it.

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