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Waiting list of VBTC 2014-15

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There is news that waitng list of the primary teacher recruitment in the government primary schools of uttarakhand through Vishist BTC  will be declared soon.
Just to recall you that these posts are those added to the 2794 primary teacher recruitment process of 2014-15. (check the previous posts for more details)

You might be knowing that after after 31 march 2016 there will be no recruitment of primary teachers through VBTC mode. You can see the details of this in our previous posts.

Though government could have gone for one more recruitment process in the meantime but they are never in hurry in such matter of importance. Perhaps no one pressurised them to do so.

Most of the pressurising lobby might be thinking that "posts kaha h" (which may be partly correct as per goverment's scruplous data, which keeps changing as per the requirement. See the case of  guest and LT and Lecturer recruitment in our previous posts). Secondly, those already UTET or CTET qualified might not be in favor of new recruitment. And they comprise of the strong lobby !

Anyway, our Chief Minister, perhaps after the pressure from some lobby has come out with this declaration which could have been done way earlier. But goverment has also learned "not to hear till people gather in strong number and shout loudly enough for some time". Though this is a dangerous trend and a blow to democratic set up, especially when the weaker is not able to do that "shouting" properly and are thus never heard.

Further in the run up to election in the next year, we would be seeing various such declaration. Rest assured.
The number of posts are said to be 433 as per dainik Jagran news, And there is no timeframe given for the process to start.
Keep visiting for the updates.

For the LT recruitment update follow this post
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