The Representatives Administration intends to adopt a memorandum to demand the appointment of 6 thousand teachers in education
publish date 2022-08-11 17:48:25
The Parliamentary Administrative Committee said, during a meeting held today, Thursday, that it will adopt a parliamentary memorandum, which it will submit to the government, demanding the need to provide a sum of money to appoint 6,000 teachers in the Ministry of Education.
According to the committee’s chairman, Representative Dr. Ali Al-Tarawneh, the Parliamentary Education recommended the placement of the successful candidates from the 2019 competitive examination for additional work, and the confirmation of those appointed to overtime if there are vacancies in the ministry.
The meeting was attended by: Civil Service Bureau President Sameh Al-Nasser, Secretary General of the Ministry of Education for Technical and Administrative Affairs Najwa Qabilat, and a number of the 2019 competitive examination batch.
Al-Tarawneh stressed the necessity of appointment based on seniority and not on the result of the exam.
For their part, the members of the committee, each of the representatives: Ahmed Al-Qatawneh, Raed Al-Zahrawi, Atta Ibdah, Yazan Shdeifat, and Muhammad Abu Sa’ilik, stressed the importance of pursuing justice and credibility in the appointments, and working to clarify the procedures in a broader and transparent manner.
For his part, Al-Nasser affirmed the commitment of the Civil Service Bureau to fill in the vacancies for the 2019 competition list from those who passed and candidates for appointment previously, in order to achieve justice, adding that the Civil Service Bureau is committed to the needs of government institutions and departments in terms of employee appointments according to the formation schedule.
In turn, Qabilat said that the ministry bases its work on achieving justice in appointments, as each directorate of education in all governorates and brigades of the Kingdom will take its share of vacancies.
The demands of the successful candidates in the 2019 competitive examination batch were summed up by the necessity of appointing the largest possible number of the remaining 4,000 thousand vacancies, amounting to 2,469 vacancies, in the next batches, and making them a priority, taking into account that the age of the batch is close to being denied appointment, which is the age of 48 years.
It is noteworthy that those invited for appointment in 2019 took exams for the purpose of running for appointment, but the repercussions of the Corona pandemic stopped their appointment.
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Parliament of Jordan
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