The Education Minister of Maharashtra Vinod Tawde has recently said that the state government will soon recruit teachers and professors for state aided educational institutes in the state through centralized system. He said that this will make the recruitment procedure transparent and efficient.
Addressing the press he said, “There is a plan to prepare a list of qualified teachers. Aided educational institutions will have to give details of vacant posts and they will be able to select the teachers from the pool of teachers in the list. This will make the recruitment process transparent. The proposal is under consideration and is open for suggestions and objections (from citizens) to make it more comprehensive.”
He further added that the government has decided to extend the deadline to 30 July, for the new colleges to apply for permission granting from the state. This will mean that the educational institutes will come up with proper applications and ensure that the formalities are complete. So far the state government has received over 750 applications, which are under scrutiny at this moment. He mentioned at the conference that many of these applications lack technical details and thus should be revised. He also announced that he would meet with the school heads in the state which have registered a zero percent success rate in the recent board examination and address their problems to enhance the performance of such schools.
The seats ensured by the RTE Act would also be considered said Tawde by saying, “We will inspect each case separately, because we have found some illegal practices even in RTE admissions as applicants have produced forged documents. Besides admissions, the government will ensure that the institutions get their pending reimbursement for which allocations have been made.”