Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has given his approval to enhance 30 upper primary schools to the higher secondary level and has sanctioned the creation of 390 positions for these institutions.
The state government is dedicated to strengthening the education system and enhancing the quality of education for students, as stated in an official announcement on Friday.
Additionally, 13 new positions have been approved for each of the upgraded schools, including a principal, junior assistant, support staff, two level-1 and level-2 teachers each, and six senior teachers.
Furthermore, Gehlot has granted approval for the introduction of 11 new subjects in eight schools across six districts. To teach these new subjects, including the role of a school lecturer, 11 new positions will be established, according to another statement.
Source: PTINews, States