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Haryana Falls Back on Retired Teachers

Faced with a shortfall of 22,000 post graduate teachers and trained graduate teachers in government schools in the state, despite concerted efforts to fill up vacancies through regular recruitment, Haryana Government has had to fall back on retired teachers below 65 years of age to fill in the gaps.

Haryana Additional Chief Secretary School Education P.K. Das on Wednesday launched a portal “” developed by the School Education Department to hasten the process of engaging the teachers who have retired from Haryana government, other governments and private managed schools.

Offering them remuneration as per the state government's re-employment policy, Das expressed the hope that they would be able to engage about 5,000 retired teachers for government schools through the portal to provide quality education to students.

Haryana Falls Back on Retired Teachers, Lifeinchd

PK Das launches the portal

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Giving details about the process of recruitment, he said applying for re-employment on the digital platform will make the engagement process easy, transparent and hassle-free. Retired teachers from Haryana government, other state governments and privately managed schools below the age of 65 years are required to register themselves on the portal.

The vacancy position in government schools across the state would be displayed on the portal to enable the eligible and desirous retired teachers to fill up their choice of schools in order of preference in the district of their choice.

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