The Secondary Education Service Selection Board, 5 Members Are Working Instead Of 10, The Second Term Of The Members Is Also Being Completed In April
There are five vacant posts of members in the Secondary Education Service Selection Board.
In the Secondary Education Service Selection Board, which recruits teachers in non-government aided secondary schools of the state, only five members are working instead of 10. The special thing is that the second term of these members is also being completed in April and the government could not fill 5 vacant posts of the members. Due to the panel having only five members instead of 10, it is taking a year to fill the vacancy which should have taken six months.
10 members and one chairman post
There are 10 members and one chairman post in the Secondary Education Service Selection Board. The term of the chairman is five years. members for two years. If the President’s age crosses 65 years in the meantime, then his term will be deemed to have ended. Besides the chairman, there are 10 members. Despite the BJP having an absolute majority government in the state, all the posts of members in the selection board could not be filled. Five posts will fall vacant in April. The commission re-appointed the same five members who were already serving as members.
These members are working
At present there are five members working in the selection board, among them Dr. Dhirendra Dwivedi, Dr. Harendra Rai, Dr. Dinesh Mani Tripathi, Dr. Om Prakash Rai and Dr. Ajit Singh. Viresh Kumar is serving as the Chairman. Due to the vacancy of five posts, the target of recruitment of teachers and principals is not being fulfilled in time by the selection board. The vacancy of Principal 2011 is not yet completed.