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‘Education dept to recruit 14,000 teachers’

Education minister Daljit Singh Cheema visited Pandori Nijra village in Jalandhar district on Saturday and said that to fill vacancy posts of teachers in government schools, the education department is going to recruit 14,000 teachers.

punjab Updated: Jan 23, 2016 20:58 IST
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Education minister Daljit Singh Cheema.
Education minister Daljit Singh Cheema.(HT Photo)

Education minister Daljit Singh Cheema visited Pandori Nijra village in Jalandhar district on Saturday and said that to fill vacancy posts of teachers in government schools, the education department is going to recruit 14,000 teachers.

Cheema said this while attending a function in the village. He said the state has moved from the 14th to the third position in the field of education since a lot was done for its growth by the state government.

Cheema along with chief parliamentary secretary and MLA Adampur Pawan Kumar Tinu also welcomed the former MP of Canada, Naresh Bhardwaj, and praised his efforts for the development of his village.

Education minister announced a grant of Rs 2 lakh to Babbar Trust memorial of Pandori Nijra Village.