Rajasthan Vidya Sambal Yojana 2022: Beginning today, you can apply for vacant teacher positions in schools through the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Government of Rajasthan. Applications for this guest faculty recruitment can be submitted through Vidya Sambal Yojana until November 4. Candidates can obtain an application form by visiting the official website education.rajasthan.gov.in. A total of 93000 guest faculty will be recruited in schools located throughout the state. Lecturer, Senior Teacher, Teacher Level-2, Teacher Level-1, Laboratory Assistant, and Physical Education Teacher (PTI) positions are available for a variety of subjects.
Teachers will be appointed under this scheme to fill 4038 vacant positions in Jaipur district schools. It has 1896 elementary education posts and 2142 secondary education posts.
How much will the honorarium be?
Guest faculty hired through the Vidya Sambal Yojana will be compensated per hour based on their position (60 minutes). Teachers at the I, II, and III levels, as well as laboratory assistants and physical education teachers, will be paid Rs 300 per hour with a maximum monthly honorarium of Rs 21 thousand. Senior teachers, on the other hand, will be paid Rs 350 per hour with a maximum monthly honorarium of Rs 25 thousand for classes 9 to 10, and professors will be paid Rs 400 per hour with a maximum monthly honorarium of Rs 30 thousand for classes 11 to 12.
The schools will publish the list of applications received on November 5.
The merit list will be published on November 7, and objections will be accepted on November 9.
– The school will review applications and documents. The provisional merit list will be released following application document verification.
After raising objections to the provisional seniority list by November 9, the final seniority list will be issued on November 10.
After reviewing the documents on November 11th, the appointment orders for the selected teachers will be issued on November 12th, and they must begin work by November 19th.