More job opening crop up in the state of Rajasthan as the Government of Rajasthan has announced that they will be filling 1,000 seats that are lying vacant in the government colleges of Rajasthan, as stated by the Rajasthan Higher Education Minister, Bhanwar Singh Bhati.
Higher Education Minister Bhanwar Singh Bhati informed that as per the announcements that had been made in budget 2019-20, the state government will make the necessary arrangements to allow the employment of 1,000 teachers in posts that are lying vacant in the government-run colleges.
Rajasthan Higher Education Minister, Bhanwar Singh Bhati stated that there are currently 6,500 posts for teachers in the government colleges situated across the state of Rajasthan. However, out of these 6,500 seats that are available for grabs, 4,500 posts are currently filled with teachers. The rest 2,000 posts are yet to be filled. Bhati stated that with the help of the Government of Rajasthan, 1,000 of these posts will be filled up as well as soon as possible.
He also announced that along with the posts of teachers being filled up, the total number of seats that are available in the different Government-run Colleges of Rajasthan has gone up by 37,000 seats. A request had been put in by the Assembly Speaker CP Joshi to the Rajasthan Education Minister to fill up the vacant teacher’s posts in the tribal areas of the state.