The West Bengal government today decided to recruit 46,000 primary teachers to improve the school education system, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said.
"We have decided to appoint 46,000 teachers in primary schools. This has been done with the approval of the finance department," Banerjee told after a cabinet meeting.
She said that 10 per cent of the recruitment will be made from the state Primary Teachers Training Institutes and para-teachers.
Banerjee said the problem of Sishu Siksha Kendras, Madhya Siksha Kendras and would be solved in phases, within three years.