TED NewsDesk, New Delhi: The government of Delhi announced on Thursday, September 10th, that its system of re-employment of teachers and principals in schools will be discontinued immediately. Udit Prakash, the Director of the Directorate of Education (DoE) said that this system was notified and extended to the vice-principals and the principals. This move was introduced in light of the vast number of vacancies that were available earlier.
“However, the department has been able to fill a large number of vacant posts through direct recruitment, therefore the system of re-employment is no longer required,” Prakash said.
“All types of re-employment granted for the session 2020-2021 in government-aided schools shall cease to be in force with immediate effect and no re-employment shall be granted to teachers, vice principals and principals,” He added.