The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is getting ready to conduct permanent teaching licensing tests at community schools around the country. Due to a paucity of officials, the commission has been unable to conduct the examinations for the past two years. On August 3, the current government selected officials to the TSC.
The Teachers Service Commission has initiated the process of conducting permanent teaching license examinations for fresh graduates who are keen to begin a career in teaching.
Similarly, the TSC will conduct examinations to appoint permanent teachers soon after the license examinations are completed.
The TSC’s chairman, Madhu Prasad Regmi, stated that the TSC would do everything possible to complete the license examinations before September. “We will hold examinations to choose permanent teachers as soon as the results of the license examinations are published,” he added.
According to a report published in April this year by the Centre for Education Human Resource Development (CEHRD), 12, 000 teaching positions have become vacant. The CEHRD has requested that the Education Development and Coordination Unit (EDCU) supply an updated list of vacant positions from across the country.
After the TSC requested an updated list of required permanent teachers, the centre issued a notice on Monday. Regmi estimates that about 15,000 permanent teaching positions are now empty.
The TSC will also begin a procedure to promote teachers, according to Chairman Regmi, because promotion of school instructors has been halted due to a lack of personnel at the Teachers Service Commission (TSC). The commission’s work had been stalled due to a lack of a chairman and members, but now it will move forward, according to Regmi.
Madhu Prasad Regmi has been named chairman by the government. Members of the Commission are Dilli Ram Rimal and Nanda Kumari Maharjan.
source: rising nepal
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