Delhi Govt appoints 6,000 teachers; to appoint 10,000 more to solve faculty shortage

The Directorate of Education (DoE) of Delhi has inducted more than 6,000 guest teachers to deal with the shortage of teachers in government schools.

The department has planned to recruit 10,000 more teachers.

DoE also said it has initiated direct interaction with principals and teachers in addition to selecting principals to share success stories at open house discussions and starting remedial sessions for those studying in Class IX and above.

Padmini Singla, director, education said DoE is planning to organize an open house at Thyagaraj Stadium this month with all 1,007 heads of government schools to explore the possibilities of replicating best practices adopted by principals, reported Times of India.

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