RBSE launches appointment process for Math, Science and English teachers

The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) has issued a notice regarding the recruitment of teachers for the second non-tribal level of the sub-region plan (TSP) under the Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for teachers (REET) 2016.

According to the notice, the timetable for the recruitment process for the second level of non-TSP teachers for the subjects Mathematics, Science and English for REET 2016 has been published. Teachers will be appointed for primary and tertiary schools in several districts of Rajasthan as part of this recruitment process.

According to the RBSE Notice for Direct Rajasthan Teacher Recruitment 2016, Candidates who had applied for Teacher Recruitment 2018 can apply for Teacher Recruitment Waiting List 2016 through Staff Login on Portal Shala Darpan by September 2, 2021.

The notice also states that unregistered applicants and applicants who were absent for the verification of documents for the 2018 teacher recruitment can get checked at the management before September 3 and apply for the 2016 teacher recruitment.

The waitlist and allocation will be released by the RBSE on September 7th. The date of consultation and posting will be notified within 20 days of the allocation of the district.

The Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers (REET) 2021 will be held on September 26. More than 16 lakh candidates applied for REET 2021. However, Rajasthan Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasra previously said that REET 2021 exam will only be held if Covid -19 situation remains under control.

The REET 2021 exam was previously scheduled to take place on April 25, which was later postponed to June 20 by the state government due to the pandemic. The review could be postponed again if coronavirus cases increase in September.

REET candidates who qualify for the exams will fill the 3,000 teaching vacancies in state board schools. The REET certificate is now valid for up to three years whereas it was previously valid for seven years.

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