Over 1000 vacancies in Higher Secondary, nearly 100 candidates get appointment

Sajeena Salim

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Malappuram: Over 1000 vacancies are unfilled in Higher Secondary teachers posts when 12,000 candidates are listed in the rank list. It is reported that less than 100 people got appointment ignoring the huge number of people in the rank list. Hence, the candidates are in distress over the uncertainty in the appointment.

Now, the rank holders in this list are also planning to protest demanding extension of the rank list. Earlier, the PSC published the subject-wise rank list of Higher Secondary teachers mid-2019. The schools were closed following the COIVD-19 outbreak and the appointments also extended. Temporary teachers were assigned to carry out online classes.

As per the rule, if there are no eligible candidates among LP, UP and High School teachers for an appointment via transfer, candidates in the PSC rank list should be considered.

The rank holders alleged that PSC is not carrying out the appointment even after finding that there are no teachers who are eligible to get an appointment in Higher Secondary via transfer.

Meanwhile, the rank list of Higher Secondary teachers will expire in 2022.

It is examined that posts were not created in Higher Secondary schools since 2010. The rank holders will get the job if the authority takes action to create posts before the expiry of the rank list.

Appointments and promotions should be carried out in a time-bound manner to initiate action for new appointments. At present, eligible junior teachers are considered for the senior post.

It is examined that the senior posts will not be filled as no appointments were carried out last year. That means, there are no junior teachers who completed probation period to get an appointment in senior posts. So, the rank holders are worried that appointment will not be carried as per the rank list.

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