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DSC schedule announced

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HYDERABAD: The government on Saturday announced the schedule for the conduct of District Selection Committee (DSC) - 2008 for mass recruitment of 52,655 teachers in a single go by May so that schools do not suffer from inadequate teaching staff from the next academic year.

Of the total posts, there would be 12,252 school assistants, 30,558 secondary grade teachers, 7,018 language pundits, 2,789 PETs and 30 special teachers required by schools run for the visually-challenged and the hearing and speech-impaired.

Regionwise, Telangana would get 20,756 teachers, Coastal Andhra 20,858 and Rayalaseema 11,041.

Of the teachers being recruited, 50,063 would be posted in schools run by the School Education Department and the rest in municipal and tribal schools.

School Education Minister Damodar Rajanarsimha announced the schedule at a press conference here.

He said the general notification for recruitment would be issued by the School Education Department on Sunday and district Collectors would issue notifications for existing vacancies being filled through DSC-2008. Age relaxation would be given to all social groups as announced earlier.

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