It has come to news that Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board (DSSSB). The board will hire and immediately fill these 2000 of the 17,000 vacancies of teachers in the Delhi government.
Lieutenant-Governor Najeeb Jung has been monitoring the issue since the previous year and wants to speed up the process and make the recruitment as early as possible. Further, Jung added that there are a lot of vacancies of nurses, ward boys and clerks that need to be filled.
According to Jung, prior to the recruitment, the focus was on cleaning up the government schools and improving the environment therein.
The DSSB had earlier also invited applications for filling up 4,494 teaching and non-teaching positions.
TGT (Computer Science): 2,026 vacancies
Special Educator: 1,692 vacancies
Special Education Teacher: 670 vacancies
Assistant Teacher: 88 vacancies
LDC: 14 vacancies
Stenographer: 4 vacancies
All the aspirants are requested to read the list of particulars and fill the forms by 27th August 2014
On the 50th Anniversary year of the Indian Independence, the government of National Capital Territory of Delhi has instituted the Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board. The major responsibilities of DSSB is recruiting capable, intelligent, and highly skilled candidates by conducting written tests, skill tests, professional tests, IQ tests and interviews.