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TSC preparing to conduct exam for permanent post of teachers

Himalayan News Service
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Kathmandu, May 25

Teachers Service Commission is preparing to publish advertisement for open competition for  permanent post of teachers.

According to Tana Gautam, chief at Teachers Service Commission, TSC will publish the advertisement within a week. He said the Department of Education has already finalised the number of vacant posts of teachers and asked us to make preparations for the conduct of examination.

“We are planning to conduct the examination for permanent post of teachers in September,” he added.

“There are nearly 10,000 vacant posts of teachers. However, there are more vacancies for the primary level,” said Gautam.

As per the Education Act, only 75 per cent working teachers can participate in the open competition, while 25 per cent aspirants should be freshers.

“We haven’t discussed anything about conducting internal examination till now, but open competition will be conducted as soon as possible,” he said. TSC also informed that 22,076 temporary teachers are taking the examination for permanent posts.


A version of this article appears in print on May 26, 2018 of The Himalayan Times.


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