Education department’s big decision, 5% benefit in merit to widow sisters in teaching assistant recruitment
5 percent benefit in merit has been given by the government for the widow sisters in the next legislative recruitment.
Important decision of education department
Decision for widowed sisters in teaching assistant recruitment
Decision to give 5 percent benefit in merit
An important decision has been taken by the state education department regarding the recruitment of teaching assistants. In which 5 percent benefit in merit has been announced for widow sisters in teaching assistant recruitment. Education Minister Jitu Vaghani has given information about this by tweeting.
Minister Jitu Vaghani tweeted the information
It has been decided by the state government to give additional 5% marks in legislative recruitment to widows who have passed TET-1, TET-2. 50% of the marks obtained in the TET examination and 50% of the marks obtained in the educational qualification are taken into consideration to prepare the merit of the Legislative Assistant. In the total merit thus prepared, an additional 5 percent marks will be added to the merit of the widowed candidate. It has been stated. This decision has been taken by the state government with the aim of providing job opportunity to the widowed sisters as well which will be implemented from the next legislative recruitment. As stated in the advertisement.