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BPSC Bihar Teacher: 6766 teachers did not contribute even after getting appointment letters in the state – BPSC Bihar Teacher: 6766 teachers did not contribute even after getting appointment letters in the state, Education News

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In the state, 6766 teachers did not join schools even after receiving appointment letters and posting letters. This has been revealed in the report of the first phase of BPSC teacher appointment. Even after allotment of schools, these teachers have not yet contributed. Muzaffarpur, Darbhanga and Patna have the highest number of such teachers. In Muzaffarpur, 367 teachers did not come to school even after allotment. Darbhanga has the maximum number of 463 teachers who did not contribute. According to the reports received from various districts, the number of such teachers is 365 in Samastipur, 244 in West Champaran, 177 in Vaishali, 78 in Sitamarhi, 186 in Madhubani, 265 in East Champaran and 284 in Gaya.

6766 posts became vacant again
6766 posts have again become vacant due to teachers not leaving. School wise data of all these posts is being collected again. There are also three teachers who have returned the school allotment appointment letter.

66 teachers absconding after contribution
A number of 66 such teachers have come to light in different districts of the state, who took the allotment letter, also contributed to the school, but later absconded. There are 3 teachers in West Champaran, 1 in Vaishali, 2 in Samastipur, 4 in Saharsa, 1 in Purnia, 1 in Nawada, 3 in Madhubani, 4 in Banka, 4 in Bhagalpur, 6 in Darbhanga, 7 in East Champaran. Who are absconding since the contribution.

582 employed teachers from various districts of the state are missing for more than six months. At the same time, there are 134 who have been absent from schools without notice for less than six months and their suspension has been recommended. In a letter written to Mihir Kumar Singh, Additional Chief Secretary, Panchayati Raj Department, Shri Pathak has said that during the monitoring against the teachers employed continuously for the last six months, many irregularities have been found, in the light of which several actions have been taken by the concerned District Education Officer. Has been done. Salaries of many teachers have been cut for being absent without approval. However, in other serious cases, when action of suspension and dismissal was recommended, no specific action was taken by the concerned planning units.

44 employed teachers who were missing without notice in various districts of the state have been suspended. Among these, there are 34 teachers who are missing for less than six months. At the same time, ten teachers have been suspended who were missing from schools for more than six months. The suspension of 163 teachers missing for more than six months has been recommended to the planning units.