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Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Prakash Javadekar assured Parliament on Monday that the process of faculty recruitment in universities has begun and all vacant posts will be filled up in one year's time.
"The question which was pending for the last 10 years is solved... we are tracking it every month and the recruitment is on... and all recruitment of ad hoc teachers and permanent posts will be done in one year's time," Javadekar informed the Lok Sabha during Question Hour.
He said recruitment is being monitored, and through a mechanism that they have devised, all vacancies will be notified and kept on the recruiting agency's portal which will be revamped every 15 days.
The vacancy information will also be made available on UGC website through a link, he said.
"We are doing everything to fill up the posts, and I can assure you that I will report you the progress in days to come," the minister said.
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