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Haryana Edu Minister says no to contractual teachers

Updated on Wed, 02 May 2012 at 11:41 IST

Haryana Education Minister Geeta Bhukkal informed that Haryana government has decided not to appoint teachers on contractual basis.

“Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda ordered that the appointment of teachers would be made on regular basis and not on contractual basis in the state," Bhukkal informed.

Haryana government has given approval for amendment in the Haryana Education Rules regarding this matter. Now the state will appoint teachers on regular basis, that will lay foundation for quality education in Haryana state.

As per the notification earlier issued in this regard, "the posts in the Department of Secondary Education shall be filled on contract basis initially for one year which may be extendable on year-to-year basis." The contractual teachers were given fixed emoluments and no additional benefits.

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