Last Updated on 11th September 2018

The results of the ‘Assistant Teacher Recruitment-2014’ published in Revenue-related Government Primary School results were published. In this examination, 9 of the 767 people were finally elected. On Monday night, a notification issued by the public and public education ministry public relations officer Rabindranath Roy confirmed the matter.

It has been stated that final results of the ‘Assistant Teacher Recruitment-2014’ published in the government primary school were published. The number of finalists selected is 9, 767. Already the list of rolled candidates of the selected candidates has been sent to the District Primary Education Office. Find out the results of the primary and mass education ministry website ( and the Primary Education Directorate’s website ( roll number will be available.

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It is learned that after the long halt of ‘Assistant Teacher Recruitment 2014’ in the revenue sector, written tests started on April 20 this year. In four phases, written examinations for teachers appointed in 61 districts of the country are held. A total of 13 lakh candidates applied, but about 7.7 million candidates took part in the written examination. Of them, 29,555 people passed. According to the recruitment rules, three candidates in the seats passed the written examination. Two women and one male candidate were selected. The results of written examination of all the districts of the country on July 8 were published. Afterwards, oral examinations are held from July 29 to August 15.

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Primary education ministry officials said oral examinations began on July 29. For the oral examination of 61 districts of the country, there are 61 separate ‘Viva Committee’ support oral examinations conducted by the Deputy Commissioner. During this period, oral examinations and recruitment activities were conducted locally in the remaining three districts (three areas of the Hill).