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7000 Teachers To Be Recruited For TN Govt Schools

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TN: 7000 Teachers To Be Recruited
In order to maintain the teacher-student ratio of 1:40 in government schools that are run by the state, Tamil Nadu, Chief Minister J Jayalalitha directed towards the creation of about 7,000 new additional teacher vacancies.

The Chief Minister has in-turn directed to create a total of 6,872 graduate teacher vacancies in the upcoming current academic year, which would result in the government incurring an expenditure of Rs 181.36 crore annually to recruit the personnel.

A state government release here said she had also directed creating 1590 additional post graduate teaching vacancies to cater to the said teacher-student ratio in government-run higher secondary schools.

The state exchequer will incur an additional sum of Rs.45-25 crore to hire the requisite number. Further, the government also announced hiking the monthly wages of guest lecturers in Government Arts and Science Colleges to Rs.10,000 from Rs.6000 pr month.

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