The Gujarat government announced the hiring of a total of 6,616 new jobs in special schools and institutions of higher education across the country.
State Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama gave details of the announcement in a statement, saying 927 assistant professors will be recruited for grants through a centralized statewide recruitment process at non-public universities. These 927 assistant teachers are hired for 44 different subjects.
“The hiring was announced to advance careers through employment opportunities in higher and secondary education in the state and to maximize employment opportunities in the education sector,” said Chudasama.
In addition, the state government will hire a total of 5,700 assistant teachers in secondary and non-state secondary schools. As a result, 3,382 assistant teachers will be recruited in upper secondary and 2,307 in secondary schools.
Chudasama went into detail about the hiring of 3,382 assistant teachers in secondary schools, saying that it is 624 for English, 446 for accounting and business, 334 for sociology, 276 for economics, 254 for Gujarati and other subjects.
Also, 2,307 assistant teachers are being recruited in secondary schools, including 1,037 in mathematics and science, 442 in English, 289 in social studies, 234 in Gujarati and other subjects.