Saturday, 1 January 2011

M. P. Govt. to recruit 12,000 Sanskrit teachers


M. P. Govt. to recruit 12,000 Sanskrit teachers

Bhopal, December 31 (Pervez Bari): The Bharatiya Janata Party ruled Madhya Pradesh Government would soon recruit 12,000 Sanskrit teachers on contract basis keeping in view the shortage of Sanskrit teachers in the state.
This was declared by Madhya Pradesh Education Minister Ms Archana Chitnis while speaking at the ‘Patanjali Mahotsava’ organised by Mahrishi Patanjali Sanskrit Sansthan here on Wednesday. Acharya Mithala Prasad Tripathi, chairman of the Sansthan presided over the function. Prof. Ramchandra Tiwari and noted educationist Manmohan Upadhyaya were present as special guests on the occasion. Ms Chitnis informed that out this 2,000 teachers would be appointed in contract teacher grade-one and remaining 10,000 teachers in grade-two. She further informed that shortage of Sanskrit teachers was being felt for the past 20 years. Keeping this fact in view, the State Government has decided to appoint Sanskrit teachers through professional examination board (Vyapam) in May next.
She assured the Sanskrit schools and other institutions and Acharyas that the State Government would spare no efforts for development and expansion of Sanskrit language in the State. She revealed that the State Government was sending 50 Sanskrit teachers to Bangalore to enable them to participate in the International Sanskrit fair to be organized in Bangalore in January-2011. Speaking on the occasion, the principal secretary school education Rajnish Vaish gave an account of activities and outlined for promotion of Sanskrit. (pervezbari@eth.net)

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