UP 69000 Assistant Teacher Recruitment-Final Merit List Out-Get Details Here
NEW DELHI: Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Board (UPBEB) has released the final merit list of the UP Assistant Teacher Recruitment 2019 on its official website @upbasiceduboard.gov.in. The merit list has been released in the form of PDF containing the application number, registration number, date of birth, name of the qualified candidates, father's name and the allotted district name. As per the result PDF a total of 67867 candidates have been shortlisted for the announced 69000 posts.
UP Assistant Teacher Dates
To check all the important dates related to the recruitment process, go through the table below.
Important dates of UP Assistant Teacher Recruitment
December 6 to 22, 2018
Release of admit card
December 31, 2018
UP Assistant Teacher Recruitment exam
January 6, 2019
Release of final answer key
May 9, 2020
UP Assistant Teacher merit list
June 1, 2020
How to check UP Assistant Teacher Merit List
To check the merit list, candidates must:
Visit the official website of the authority - upbasiceduboard.gov.in
Click on the UP Assistant Teacher merit list link
The link will open into the merit list PDF
Download and save for future references
Details Mentioned in the Merit List of UP Assistant Teacher
Candidates will be able to find the following details in the merit list PDF:
Date of birth
Name of the qualified candidates
What after the announcement of the UP Assistant Teachers Result?
All the qualified candidates will now have to go through a counselling session and document verification process at their respective district between June 3 to 6. Candidates must have their original documents and education certificates. After all these processes, the schools will be allotted to the candidates and the joining letters will be given.
About UP Assistant Teacher Recruitment
The recruitment exam was conducted on January 6, 2019, after which the government had imposed an increase in the cut off score for recruiting the Assistant Teachers to 65% for general category and 60% for reserved category candidates which led the candidates to move to court. Later on May 6, the Allahabad High court gave verdict in the favour of raising the cut off scores.