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The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected objections from the Shiksha Mitra Association of Uttar Pradesh, which challenged the state government`s order of January 7, 2019, which set the qualification scores for the 2019 Assistant Teacher Recruitment Test at 65 and 60 for the general and reserved categories, respectively. The court had previously sought an explanation from the state government to change the previous limit of 45 percent for the general category and 40 percent for the reserved category. The Allahabad Supreme Court had upheld the Uttar Pradesh government`s decision to raise the cut-off limit. Several petitions had been filed against the Supreme Court`s decision, paving the way for the appointment of assistant teachers. The Supreme Court had even ordered the state government to complete the process within the next three months. On the 17th. In January 2018, the government ordered written exams for 69,000 assistant teachers. The court did not intervene against the state`s position that the limit percentage was increased by 20% to win the best candidates. Newly appointed primary school teachers in Uttar Pradesh attend a counselling session at a school in Prayagraj on 3 June. The image to display.

A panel led by Judge U.U. Lalit gave the green light to hire 69,000 assistant teachers in line with results announced in May, assuring the state government that Shiksha Mitras would have one last opportunity to attend the upcoming hiring exam, the terms of which would be determined by the government. On the 25th. In July 2017, the Supreme Court asked the state government to cancel the hiring of 1,37,517 teachers for the TET assistant teacher position, but to give them the advantage of experience in two recruitments.