Odisha to Hire 6,000 Teachers As Leave & Training Reserve

Bhubaneswar: The Odisha Cabinet approved the creation of 6,025 new positions for leave and training reserve teachers in public secondary schools.

The number of teachers working in secondary schools in Odisha at the moment is 40,166.

According to a press release from the government, “15 percentage of the total cadre strength of 40,166 of teachers which comes to 6025, will be created to meet the requirement of teachers’ unavailability due to leave, training and on medical grounds.”

The goal of this hiring is to solve the teacher shortage in secondary government institutions.

Another significant move was the approval of 237 boy hostels for Adarsha Vidyalaya throughout Odisha by the state’s cabinet.

For the construction of the hostels, the government has set out Rs. 1000.14 crores, or about Rs. 4.22 crore for each hostel.

The structure would be of G+2 kind with all amenities ensuring a comfortable stay and learning environment for students inside the campus, according to a government release. The Boys Hostel’s plinth area is roughly 6,800 square feet, and the first and second floors’ floor areas are, respectively, 6,300 and 4,860 square feet.

According to the government, the present proposal “The current proposal will ensure quality learning infrastructure for achieving academic excellence.”

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