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Controversial decision on competency test
Bihar government has put a condition for the employed teachers to become government teachers that they have to pass the competency test. Teachers who do not pass the exam in three attempts will be removed. The employed teachers are angry due to this. They have been protesting for the last several days. Teachers have also planned to siege the assembly on 13th February. To stop the employed teachers from protesting, an order has also been issued by KK Pathak that an FIR will be lodged against those teachers who will leave the school and take part in the protest. In this regard, the Education Department has already sent a letter to all the District Magistrates. Despite this, the teachers demonstrated and are adamant on gheraoing the assembly.
Employed teachers have got support
Sword hanging on BPSC teachers
Right now the education department is busy preparing for another decision. KK Pathak’s preparation is that the teachers selected from BPSC will be posted in rural areas. They will not only be tasked with teaching the children, but will also be given the responsibility of bringing the children from home to school and ensuring their regular attendance. There are many schools where there are neither buildings nor students. In such a situation, teachers are going to face a difficult situation. The preparation of the Education Department is that the enrollment of students in the newly upgraded secondary schools in Bihar is to be done by 30th September. If students are not enrolled in these schools, they can be closed. Teachers of such schools will be posted in other secondary schools. Teachers appointed in the third phase from BPSC will also be posted in schools without students. He will be responsible for the search and enrollment of students. If students do not enroll, those schools will be locked. Till now, there are instructions to conduct enrollment drives only in such secondary schools. KK Pathak has a clear instruction that even if the number of students in newly upgraded secondary schools is zero, teachers of all subjects should be posted in those schools. The number of teachers can range from 10 to 15. In schools where enrollment is currently zero, instructions have been issued to conduct enrollment drives in classes 9 and 10 by the end of September. There are instructions to conduct enrollment drives for students in classes 11th and 12th in higher secondary schools also.
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