Lucknow. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath handed over appointment letters to 6696 assistant teachers of the Basic Education Department at Lok Bhavan in Lucknow on Friday. During this, he said that illegal earnings have stopped, so now some people have started misleading the youth. The process of appointing 69 thousand assistant teachers in the Basic Education Department has been completed. On Friday, Chief Minister Yogi distributed appointment letters to the selected candidates on the remaining 6,696 posts of this selection process. He said that before 2017, there were some families and some families in this state, for whom recovery in recruitments, had become a means of livelihood. If any recruitment used to come out, then these people used to leave with a bag for recovery. But now they know that if they come out with this bag, then our agencies are alert and we have also got the jails vacated for them. Said that in these four years the illegal earnings of these people have stopped, so now these people have started misleading the youth.
He said that soon we are going to conduct another examination, in which the number of applicants is 30 lakhs. The biggest test of the country is going to happen and have faith that no straw will move. Yogi said that today when the performance of basic schools of Uttar Pradesh is becoming the best on the national standards of grading, some people do not like it. To say that before 2017, there were 1,35000 council schools, but the condition was pathetic. If there were schools, there were no teachers, if there were teachers, then there were no students, if there were students, then there was no name of education. The entire department was plagued by irregularities in transfer-posting. But the government took a resolution to improve the condition and then the school buildings on which Peepal and Banyan trees used to grow, today the flowers of letters are blooming there. Children are getting two uniforms, bags, sweaters, text materials are all available. The poor child is also going to school wearing shoes and stockings.
He said that the opposition, troubled by these improved conditions, knows that if the child of the poor can read and write, then their casteist-dynastic politics will stop. These people are sad about this. The Chief Minister said that the budget for basic education is 53 thousand crores per annum. Its benefit should be given to the public so that our school can be at par with any public or convent school. Congratulating the newly appointed teachers, Basic Education Minister Dr. Satish Chandra Dwivedi credited the Chief Minister’s guidance for the smooth completion of 126,000 teacher recruitment in the department in the last four and a half years. He said that the Chief Minister has always followed the policy of Merit, Cleanliness and Transparency, this system has emerged as a benchmark. Earlier, Deputy Chief Minister Dr.Dinesh Sharma had given basic, secondary, technical,He thanked the Chief Minister for the appointments to more than 1.5 lakh posts in vocational and higher educational institutions.