Balochistan education: recruitment process of 9,400 teachers underway
File Photo of CTSP shortlisted candidates protesting outside the Balochistan Assembly

CTSP Teachers: 16 districts submitted lists 

Education Desk:

In Balochistan, 16 districts have submitted lists of CTSP (A testing service) shortlisted candidates for various categories of teachers. The concerned district education officers submitted all lists to the office of secretary education Balochistan, a senior officer of the education department told Quetta Voice. He requested anonymity. The Balochistan government has decided to appoint 9,433 teachers in all 33 districts of the province. The reason behind the appointment of teachers is to improve the quality of education and ensure the enrollment of out of school children, Sher Khan Bazai, the Secretary education Balochistan said.

The districts that submitted lists include Awaran, Kohlu, Washuk, Noshki, Sherani, Barkhan, Kech, Jaffarabad, Sohbat Pur, and other districts. “Secretary is likely to approve the lists within the next couple of days”, the officer mentioned.

CM Secretariat Show Displeasure Over Delay

Chief Minister Secretariat has also shown displeasure over persistent delay in the issuance of appointment orders of teaches in Balochistan. In a letter addressed to the secretary of education Balochistan, the CM Secretariat has asked the latter to explain the reason behind the continued delay in the issuance of appointment orders of teachers in the province.

Shortlisted candidates for various positions of teachers had staged a protest demonstration outside the Balochistan Assembly to press the authorities to issue them orders. The provincial ministers including Zamarak Khan Achakzai, Noor Muhammad Dumar, and others had assured the protesting candidates of timely issuance of orders.

Tests and interviews conducted for vacant posts of teachers in Balochistan during 2019 through the testing service CTSP. The service finalized and displayed the merit list but the authorities failed to issue timely orders to the shortlisted candidates.

CTSP Teachers: 16 districts submitted lists

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