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Maharashtra Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) is conducted through new portal Pavitra

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Maharashtra TET

The Government of Maharashtra has announced the launch details of new web portal ‘Pavitra’ for the recruitment of applicants for teacher jobs through Teacher Eligibility Test (TET). So from now onwards all the details about Maharashtra TET will be furnished in the new website.

The government claims that this portal would create a database of three to five lakh candidates which would link with Aadhar card and SHALARTH. The State Education Department Principal Secretary, Nand Kumar said that the main aim is to get hundred percent of success rate in the Pragati Shaikshanik Maharashtra Abhiyan.

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In order to get exact data on teachers, the officials have launched this new website. He further added that there are around three to four lakh vacant seats of teacher jobs in the state schools. The Maharashtra TET will be conducted two times every year. The complete details such as from recruitment to results declaration all will be disclosed in Pavitra.

This Pavitra portal was designed by National Information Centre and the primary intention of launching a new web portal for Maharashtra TET is stop the corruption related to appointment of non-eligible teachers. He said that the state government would look after the Municipal Corporation and Zilla Parishad schools only.

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But after the issue in 2012, the government has announced that they will take entire recruitment process. Through Pavitra portal, the officials will get complete details about state-wise and district-wise vacant seats of Teachers.

Currently, there are 21,600 secondary schools, 86,412 primary schools that are spread across 33 districts in 44,000 villages. The entire process of recruitment of teachers in Zilla Parishad, Municipal schools, would be undertaken through Pavitra also includes conduction of Maharashtra TET.

Earlier the government has launched the SARAL portal which consists of school details such as students, teaching and non-teaching staff and also covers the records attendance of pupils. The government seeks to repeat the success with the new portal for conducting Maharashtra TET.

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Mumbai to become wifi city by May 2017, 1200 hotspots to be set up: CM Fadnavis

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Mumbai Free Wifi to give 1200 wifi hotspots by 2017 to become a smart city

In a move to make Mumbai a smart city, the government of Maharashtra has taken a step to provide wifi hotspots in the city. “We are making Mumbai a wifi city by May 2017 with 1,200 hotspots at important places,” said Devendra Fadnavis during a debate on urban development in assembly.

The initial hotspots will be developed in areas that are frequented by tourists such as Gateway of India, Chowpatty. He also said that the hot spots are not the ones which do not connect at all, but those who have at least 20 MBPS speed. “When public wifi was installed, www would mean worldwide wait instead of World Wide Web, but this will not happen with our project,” he added.

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He also mentioned that of the total of 1,200 hotspots, 500 would be operational in the first phase by November 2016. He said that Mumbai Free Wifi would be used for smart parking and smart transportation by providing real-time updates.

This was another important step after the CCTV project towards making Mumbai a Smart City, he said.

Speaking on Mumbai-related issues, he said BMC (Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation) would treat all the sewage water before it flows into the sea.

A project to generate electricity from the waste was being set up, Fadnavis said.

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Maharashtra government has signed MOU with HP for providing IT infrastructure in three smart cities and was going to invest Rs. 1,800 crore for it. An additional Rs. 4,000 crore had been made available for the development works in 44 AMRUT cities, Fadnavis said.

The chief minister of the state said that the government would not spare anyone who is corrupted. CM also added that corrective steps on waste management were taken after the Deonar (garbage) dumping fire ground incident in Mumbai