There is good news for 1.5 lakh Shiksha Mitra of Uttar Pradesh. New government of Akhilesh Yadav on 23rd July, 2012 took four important cabinet decisions and one of the decision was in favour of SM. Indianewsflash.com is happy to upload the GO copy , so that all SM can see ,what decision is taken by Government for them. Below is the text that is written in Government Order Copy.
Decision taken to appoint ‘Shiksha Mitra’ as assistant teachers at government primary schools after imparting them 2 year’s training through distance learning programmes
At the cabinet meeting chaired by the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mr. Akhilesh Yadav, it was decided that the untrained ‘shiksha mitra’ would be trained through distance learning programmes for two years and then appointed as assistant teachers in government primary schools run by the Basic Shiksha Parishad. According to the cabinet decision, as per the directives issued by the state government dated July 11, 2011 for training of the ‘shiksha mitra’, 1,24,000 graduate ‘shiksha mitra’ are proposed to be trained in two batches, the first batch of 62,000 ‘shiksha mitra’ in July 2011 and second batch of 62,000 in July 2013.
The cabinet also approved the proposal to train the second batch in July 2012. In the same way 62,000 trained candidates would be posted in July 2013, 62,000 in July 2014 and 48,000 in July 2015. This includes the intermediate qualified ‘shiksha mitra’ also. The moment they achieve graduate qualification, the state government would also consider their appointment as teachers. Sanction would be taken from the National Teachers Education Council about the intermediate qualified ‘shiksha mitra’.
During the training they would be identified by the first posting date of the Shiksha Mitra. Thereby meaning that the ones who have been posted in Gram Panchayats first will be kept above in the seniority list. If many ‘shiksha mitra’ had same date of appointment then the one having higher educational qualifications would be considered senior. If the appointment date and the educational qualifications are also the same, the date of birth would be considered for seniority of ‘shiksha mitra; and the older person would be considered senior. In this process the reservation would be duly implemented.