TSPSC TRT Teachers Recruitment Test Guidelines, The TSPSC will issue notification for teachers recruitment in the next 10 days to set the ball rolling for the much-awaited recruitment process. The government in the past had announced many times that it would recruit about 8,700 teachers for the government schools, but it was delayed.
1. The T State government issued the Teachers Direct Recruitment rules 2017.
2. Total teachers posts are 8,792
3. Weightage 80% for Written Test and 20% for TET
4. The orders are issued in the name of ‘Teacher Recruitment Rules-2017’
5. The process of teachers recruitment under TSPSC
6. Applicability of the applicants as per NCCE rules
7. Maximum Age limit Details will be given in Notification
8. TSPSC started to process and TRT Notification in 15 days
According to the GO.25 Order issued, the recruitment process will take 31 existing districts into consideration. According to an order issued by the Education Department, Teachers Rules, 2017, will apply to all categories of teacher posts in government schools, Zilla Praja Parishad Schools and Mandal Praja Parishad Schools.
The appointment authority would be the District Educational Officer of the district concerned (districts here refer to the Revenue districts formed and reorganized by the State government on October 11, 2016.)
The recruitment will be made through a selection process as decided by the TSPSC. Out of the total marks of Teacher Recruitment Test, 20 percent weightage will be given for Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) score, for all the posts, except for School Assistant (Physical Education) and Physical Education Teacher, the order said.
The Teacher Recruitment Test (TRT) would be conducted by the TSPSC. The TSPSC will issue notification for direct recruitment for the posts of teachers in accordance with the orders issued by the government duly notifying the vacancies as per the requisition furnished by the Commissioner and Director of School Education for the 31 revenue districts.
The age qualification will be in accordance with the TSPSC rules. The rule of reservation to local candidates is applicable and the provisions of Telangana Public Employment (Organisation of Local Cadres and Regulation of Direct Recruitment) Order (Presidential Order) 1975 and amendments should be followed strictly.
The number of candidates selected shall be equivalent to the number of vacancies notified, the rules said. There shall be no waiting list and posts if any unfilled for any reason whatsoever shall be carried forward for future recruitment.
Due to the confusion on the number of districts, the TSPSC and the government had held prolonged discussions for the past few months on the teacher recruitment issue. The TSPSC wanted clear information from the government on the issue and the order issued on Tuesday put an end to the discussion.
The new rules also clarified the pass marks obtained in Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (APTET) / Telangana Teacher Eligibility Test (TSTET) / Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET). While the maximum marks in APTET/TSTET and CTET are 150, the passing marks for OCs will be 90, for BCs it will be 75 while it would be 60 marks for SC/ST/Differently Abled.
The APTET scores obtained before the appointed day of 02.06.2014 will only be considered. The selection of candidates shall be on the basis of combined marks secured in the Main Examination to be conducted by the TSPSC (80 percent) and TET (20 percent) in all categories of posts except SA (Physical Education) and PET for which selection will be 100 percent based on the Main Examination conducted by TSPSC.
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After months of protests, unemployed teaching aspirants in Telangana can now rejoice as the government is all set to fill over 8,900 vacant teacher posts in government-run schools.
The Telangana school education department issued a government order for direct recruitment on Tuesday. According to government order no 25, the rules apply for all categories of teacher posts in government schools, Zilla Praja Parishad Schools and Mandal Praja Parishad Schools.
The move comes after a delay of three years which led to protests among unemployed youth, who were waiting for the recruitment process.
As per the GO.No.25, the recruitment will be through a selection process as decided by the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC). According to officials, the TSPSC shall conduct a teacher recruitment test (TRT), for which a separate notification shall be issued in the next few days.
“Out of the total marks of teacher recruitment test (TRT), 20% weight shall be for Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) score for all the posts, except for School Assistant (Physical Education) and Physical Education Teacher,” reads the GO, adding that the scores secured in Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (APTET), Telangana Teacher Eligibility Test (TSTET) and Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) will be considered as per the qualifying marks decided by the government for each exam.
The GO further states that the number of candidates selected shall be equivalent to the number of vacancies notified. “There shall be no waiting list and posts if any unfilled for any reason, whatsoever shall be carried forward for future recruitment,” the GO reads.
Subsequently, the TSPSC shall conduct the counselling process of selected candidates.”Detailed guidelines regarding the counseling procedures etc, will be issued separately,” the GO added. The government will fill various posts such as school assistants, secondary grade teachers, language pandits and physical education teachers.