Apply for the appointment of 4 thousand 4 teachers by January 22
Private Teachers Registration and Certification Authority (NTRCA) has issued a public notice to recommend the appointment of 6,700 teachers in 4 schools and madrasas. Appeals for these posts have started from January 5. Candidates will have to apply for the appointment recommendation by January 22. From January 25, candidates who have passed the 8th trade registration of the 7th Teacher Registration will be able to apply directly to the NTRCA office and apply for the appointment recommendation till January 22. The NTRCA issued a public statement on January 5, recommending the appointment of 4,000 teachers in 4 schools and madrasas. [Salika News]
Candidates will be able to apply from January 1, NTRCA sources told DailyEdit.com. Applications will be accepted until January 22 next. Applications will be accepted through http://ngi.teletalk.com.bd or the www.ntrca.gov.bd website. Fill out the form correctly online and submit. After submitting the form, candidates will be sent SMS on mobile and submit the money along with further instructions. The application fee has been fixed at Tk. On January 1, 2021, those under the age of five can apply for the appointment.
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It has been reported that those who have passed the 5th teacher registration in 4 subjects will be able to apply for these posts. Food processing, civil construction, general electrical works, general electronics works, dress making, information and communication technology, general mechanics, refrigeration and air conditioning, plumbing and pipe fitting and wellbeing.
NTRCA Chairman SM Ashfaq Hussein told DailyEdit.com that if all the plans are in place, the certificates of the candidates who will be finalized in the 5th teacher registration will be made by January 5 (Sunday). From that day onwards the certificates of the candidates will be sent to the District Education Office. Candidates interested in applying for a special public notice will be able to collect the certificate from January 26 at the NTRCA office. Candidates who have passed the School Stage-2 trades can collect the certificate and apply for special public notice. The NTRCA issued a directive stating the matter.
It is learned that vocational or vocational courses are also being introduced in the mainstream schools. These teachers will be appointed as part of the vocational courses in general education. The manpower structure will be revised and the teachers of these posts will be MPOs. The finance ministry has already agreed to appoint these posts. Initially, under the Cessip project, there will be appointment of 4,000 teachers in 4 schools and madrasas.
Vocational courses will be introduced in more than six hundred schools initially under the Cessip project. For this purpose, the new manpower structure of the institutions will be amended to include 5 new posts. The Ministry of Finance on November 7 agreed to appoint two trade instructors and two lab assistants in the schools to improve the manpower structure. In that context, the Ministry of Education has directed the government to take necessary measures to recruit 2 trade instructors and two lab assistants in the schools on December 5.
It is learned that students of general secondary education institutions should also study vocational courses. Each institution should launch two trades of choice between the trades administered by the Technical Education Board. The government has taken initiatives to motivate students in vocational education, make work-oriented education more popular and reduce unemployment. Education Minister Dr said at a function recently that two general vocational trades were being incorporated in every common school since 2021. Deepu Mani. And the government has already started working on vocational courses.
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