Lucknow, July 24 -- Chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday said government primary school teachers should explore the possibilities of forming small groups of students and start teaching them in villages at a time when nobody knew when schools in the state will reopen especially in view of the probable third Covid wave.

The chief minister expressed these views while distributing appointment letters to 6,696 assistant teachers recruited in the government schools against vacant posts of 69,000 assistant teachers thereby completing their much-awaited recruitment process. "The appointment of new teachers will help in imparting quality education to students," he said at the event held at Lok Bhavan.

He also said a number of primary school st...