Home Paper KK Pathak order Bihar niyojit shikshak will not become rajyakarmi cant give BSEB Sakshamta Pariksha will sacked – Fugitive employed teachers in Bihar will not become state employees, KK Pathak ordered strict action, Education News

KK Pathak order Bihar niyojit shikshak will not become rajyakarmi cant give BSEB Sakshamta Pariksha will sacked – Fugitive employed teachers in Bihar will not become state employees, KK Pathak ordered strict action, Education News

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Fugitive employed teachers from various districts of Bihar will not be able to become government employees. The education department has decided to take strict action against them. In this regard, Additional Chief Secretary of the Education Department KK Pathak has written a letter to the Panchayati Raj Department. He has said that competency test is being conducted to make employed teachers state employees. Therefore, immediate action will have to be taken against such teachers, so that all of them do not become government employees. 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, 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 gone. 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. Shri Pathak has said that 582 employed teachers are missing without any information for more than six months. Many of them have been missing for more than two years. In all such cases, dismissal and suspension were recommended, but only 13 teachers were dismissed and only ten were suspended.

13 missing teachers were dismissed
Till now 13 employed teachers, missing for more than six months, have been dismissed. Of these, maximum eight are from Nawada district alone. At the same time, three teachers from Bhojpur district and one each from Saran and Supaul districts are included. The districts have been recommended to dismiss 419 such teachers.

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Maximum 54 teachers missing from Darbhanga
There are 134 employed teachers who have been missing for less than six months and have been recommended for suspension. But, among these, only 34 teachers have been suspended by the respective planning units. Darbhanga district has the highest number of 54 teachers missing for more than six months. At the same time, 53 teachers from Patna, 46 from Gaya, 38 from Nalanda, 29 from East Champaran and 28 from Bhojpur are included. Whereas in Shivhar, Munger, Madhubani, Kishanganj, Jehanabad and Gopalganj the number of such teachers is zero.

44 teachers were suspended
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. The total number of teachers missing for less than six months is 16 thousand 500. Of these, salary of 14 thousand 257 has been deducted.

6766 teachers did not contribute even after getting appointment letters in the state.
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 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.