The government has recruited 36,000 new teachers in public private educational institutions across the country.
Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni today handed over the appointment letters to the newly appointed teachers, taking part virtually in a press conference at the International Mother Language Institute in the city this afternoon.
The minister handed over letters of appointment to 2,065 public high school teachers and letters of recommendation to 34,073 teachers under the non-governmental Teacher Registration and Certification Authority (NTRCA).
Speaking on the show, Dipu Moni indicated a total of 34,073 teachers for different positions, including 6,501 for lecturer, 24,418 for teaching assistant, 1,528 for moulavi assistant, 355 for Ebtedayee moulavi, 389 for the trade instructor, 100 for the instructor, six for the junior. instructor, 194 for demonstrator, 93 for Ebtedayee Quari and 489 for Ebtedayee teacher, were recommended for appointment under the NTRCA’s third round of recruitment.
She said the government decided to recruit the teachers before ending the ongoing audit, considering the shortage of teachers in the educational institutions.
If anything is found negative during the check, the minister said, his appointment will be revoked.
Emphasizing on the training of teachers throughout their tenure, she urged the newly appointed teachers to acquire skills and efficiency by undergoing various trainings.
Urging teachers to use technology, Dipu Moni said, “You should use technology while teaching. This will help you do your job efficiently.
Deputy Minister of Education Mohibul Hassan Chowdhoury, Secretary of Madrasah and Technical Education Division Md Aminul Islam Khan and NTRCA President Md Enamul Quader Khan spoke at the press conference, between others, under the chairmanship of the Secretary of the Division of Secondary and Higher Education Md Abu Bakr Siddique.