3479 Vacancies In Eklavya Model Residential Schools To Be Filled; Application Process From April
Bhubaneswar: The Ministry of Tribal Affairs through its autonomous body, the National Education Society for Tribal Students will fill up around 3479 vacancies of teaching staff in the Eklavya Model Residential Schools (EMRS) in the country.
As per PIB, the vacancies spread in 17 States across the country and the application for filling up the vacancies will begin from April 1, 2021.
This will result in positioning of quality human resource in the EMRSs resulting in improved educational standards in the EMRSs.
The teaching staff in four different posts of Principal, Vice Principal, PGTs and TGTs will be recruited through a centralized computer-based test followed by inter-views (excluding TGTs) to be conducted by respective States.
The recruitment process has been initiated jointly with respective States in order to meet the rising demand of teachers for the clear vacancies in already functional schools and schools going to be functional this year, calculated after excluding the posts currently filled by regular and ad-hoc/contractual staff. Modalities for the existing ad-hoc/contractual staff shall be taken at a later stage in consultation with different stake holders.
The portal for receiving the applications will open from 1.4.2021 to 30.04.2021 with the exams tentatively scheduled in 1st week of June.
For details of the portal and the final dates, please visit recruitment https://nta.ac.in and https://tribal.nic.in
The scheme of EMRS is a flagship intervention of the Ministry of Tribal Affairs to provide quality education to the tribal students in the tribal areas of the country. The scheme, in operation since 1998 underwent a major revamping in the year 2018-19 to improve the geographical outreach of the schools to every block with 50% or more ST population and 20,000 or more tribal persons with an aim to improve accessibility to the schools.
Under the revamped scheme, 452 new schools will be set up in addition to the existing 288 schools thereby taking the total number of schools to 740 in the coming years. Out of these, proposals submitted by States for opening of 100 schools have been finalised, where in construction will start soon, the PIB release added.