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Recruitment Rules for Various Posts in PTTI

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Update: Recruitment Rules of Principal and Lecturer in PTTI

Government of West Bengal
School Education Department
Primary Branch

No. 29-SE(P)/PTTI-3/08, Dated 10.01.2012

NOTIFICATION

In exercise of the power conferred by the provision to Article 309 of the Constitution of India, the Governor is pleased hereby to make the following rules in supersession of all previous rules on the subject regulating recruitment to the posts of Principal, Lecturer, Music Teacher and Art & Craft Teacher in the Primary Teachers’ Training Institutes under the School Education Department, Government of West Bengal.

RULES

The method of and qualifications required for recruitment to the posts of Principal, Lecturer, Music Teacher & Craft Teacher in the Primary Teachers’ Training Institutes under the School Education Department, Government of West Bengal shall be detailed as below:-

1. Name of the post: Principal

A. Method of recruitment:

By selection (direct recruitment) through the Public Service Commission, West Bengal.

B. Qualification for direct recruitment:

i) A Master’s Degree of two years duration (regular) course, with Honours at Graduation level, having at least 55% marks from a recognized University in any school teaching subject.

ii) M.Ed./ M.Ed.(Elementary) with 55% marks or M.A. in Education with 55% marks along with Diploma/ Degree in Primary/ Elementary Education with 55% marks – all from recognized University/ Institute.

iii) Five year’s experience of teaching in Primary or Elementary Teachers’ Training Institute.

iv) Knowledge Bengali – Spoken and Written.

v) Acquisition of computer Literacy.

C. Age:

Not more than 42 years on the 1st day of January of the year of advertisement, relaxable upto 5 years for candidate belonging to Scheduled Castes or Scheduled Tribes and 3 years for candidates belonging to OBC.

2. Name of the post: Lecturer

A. Method of recruitment:

By selection (direct recruitment) through the Public Service Commission, West Bengal.

B. Qualification for direct recruitment:

i) For Foundation Courses – M.Ed./ M.Ed.(Elementary) with 55% marks or M.A. in Education with 55% marks along with Diploma/ Degree in Primary/ Elementary, Education with 55% marks – all from recognized University/ Institute.

ii) For Methodological Courses – A Master’s Degree of two years duration (regular) course, with Honours at Graduation level, having at least 55% marks from a recognized University in any school teaching subject and Diploma/ Degree in Education/ Primary Education with 55% marks from a recognized University.

iii) Knowledge of Bengali – Spoken and Written.

v) Acquisition of computer Literacy.

C. Age:

Not more than 32 years on the 1st day of January of the year of advertisement, relaxable upto 5 years for candidate belonging to SC/ ST and 3 years for candidates belonging to OBC.

3. Name of the post: Music Teacher

A. Method of recruitment:

By selection (direct recruitment) through the Public Service Commission, West Bengal.

B. Qualification for direct recruitment:

i) Post Graduation in Music with 55% marks from recognized University.

ii) Ability to teach in Bengali.

C. Age:

Not more than 32 years on the 1st day of January of the year of advertisement, relaxable upto 5 years for candidate belonging to SC/ ST and 3 years for candidates belonging to OBC.

4. Name of the post: Art & Craft Teacher

A. Method of recruitment:

By selection (direct recruitment) through the Public Service Commission, West Bengal.

B. Qualification for direct recruitment:

i) Post Graduation in Visual Art and Craft or equivalent with 55% marks from recognized University/ Government Art College.

ii) Ability to teach in Bengali.

C. Age:

Not more than 32 years on the 1st day of January of the year of advertisement, relaxable upto 5 years for candidate belonging to SC/ ST and 3 years for candidates belonging to OBC.

By order of the Governor

Sd/- VIKRAM SEN
Principal Secy. to the Government of West Bengal

No. 29-SE dated 10.01.2012, Source