Aadhaar mandatory for Haryana teachers test
Board chairman Jagbir Singh said the application forms of candidates whose original documents do not match with Aadhaar cards will be treated as incomplete and will be cancelled.Updated: Sep 27, 2017 13:28 IST
Hindustan Times, Chandigarh
Haryana School Education Board, Bhiwani, has made Aadhaar card mandatory for appearing in Haryana Teachers Eligibility Test (HTET) to be conducted by the board in December.
The board chairman Jagbir Singh said, “ Now applications for HTET will not be accepted without Aadhaar card. He urged all eligible candidates to timely amend details of their Aadhaar, according to the details mentioned in school leaving certificate, secondary or senior secondary, to avoid any inconvenience while submitting application form for HTET in the board. “
He said the application forms of such candidates whose original documents do not match with Aadhaar cards will be treated as incomplete and such forms will be cancelled.
Haryana higher education department has issued clarification regarding engaging the extension lecturers in government colleges of the state. Principals of all government colleges have been asked to accept the application of all those eligible candidates, who produce the experience certificate issued by the principal of government college for the work done earlier.
A spokesperson, of the department, said in the meeting of principals of government colleges, held on September 23, it has been clearly instructed that the list forwarded by the department is not exhaustive or final. Besides, it had also been made clear that any extension lecturer, who worked in any government college in the state and fulfil the qualification of Ph D/NET, should be adjusted against the vacant post.
First Published: Sep 27, 2017 13:26 IST