1000 Tamil medium teachers to be selected

[TamilNet, Friday, 19 November 2004, 18:21 GMT]
North East Provincial Ministry of Education is to hold interviews to select one thousand GCE Advanced Level qualified teachers from about 1,500 who were successful in a competitive examination held by the Commissioner of Examinations several months ago, provincial education ministry officials said.

The selected candidates will be posted to Tamil medium schools in the northeast province.

There are about five thousand vacancies exist for teachers in northeast Tamil medium schools.

The interviews are to commence on November 30 and will continue till December 16 in the provincial education ministry office in Trincomalee except on Wednesdays and Sundays, sources said.

Two panels of education officials have been appointed to conduct interviews.

Of the 1000 successful candidates at the interviews, 400 will be appointed as English teachers, 350 primary teachers, 75 physical education teachers and 75 marine technology teachers. Rest will be appointed to teach Maths, Agriculture, Home Science, Science, Dance, Music and Arts, education official said.

 

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