Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had written to Lt Governor Anil Baijal while the Delhi Assembly had passed a resolution on August 10 demanding that the recruitment process be halted till the education department formulates a policy to give weightage to guest teachers.
The DSSSB today issued a notice, following requests from the Directorate of Education to put the process on abeyance till further instructions, that the advertised vacancies are being withdrawn.
"On appeal from Delhi govt and Delhi Assembly, LtGovDelhi holds teacher recruitment. Am sure Guest Teachers regularization will get justice now (Sic)," Mr Sisodia tweeted, with a copy of the notice.
The AAP government has been insisting that the work experience of around 17,000 guest teachers employed in Delhi government schools be given weightage in the recruitment process of DSSSB.
Back in 2016, the government had passed a Cabinet proposal to this effect and had sent it to then Lt Governor Najeeb Jung for his approval. But the proposal was not approved.
Mr Sisodia argued that two recent Supreme Court judgements had made it clear that work experience can be given weightage, thus overturning the Uma Devi judgement which was cited by the L-G in red-flagging the government's proposal.
The salary structure of the guest teachers was hiked in March.
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