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LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh government, under Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, has shared an important update regarding teacher recruitment in the state through the Uttar Pradesh Education Service Selection Commission (UPESSC).

According to an official statement, candidates invited for interviews based on written examinations must score a minimum of 40% and can go up to a maximum of 90%. The UPESSC is responsible for hiring instructors for basic, secondary, and higher education, as well as vocational education, and teachers in aided minority colleges in the state.

The Examination Committee will determine the daily interviewees and boards by considering the successful candidates in the written exam. The candidates called for interviews will be 3-5 times the number of vacancies.

For positions requiring interviews, the commission will release a merit list combining written exam and interview scores. If there’s just a written exam, we’ll create a merit list using the scores from that test. If candidates have equal merit, preference goes to written exam marks, then interview marks, eligibility percentage, and finally, postgraduate scores.

In the event of equal marks in written exams, interviews, and eligibility, priority will be given to the older candidate. If the selected candidate can’t take on the role, we’ll initiate a replacement process. We’ll consider issues such as recruitment errors or legal requirements.

Selected candidates declining the position must submit their reasons to the Director, who will then make a recommendation report to the Commission. The Commission will adjust the candidate based on the report and hold the appointing authority responsible for any incorrect requisitions.

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