Due to its directions, the Bihar Education Department is frequentlyhttps://www.hindustantimes.com/cricket/india-vs-australia-live-score-world-cup-odi-today-8-october-2023-ind-vs-aus-chepauk-ma-chidambaram-stadium-chennai-101696735396157.html still under dispute. The Education Department issued a new order on Wednesday after cancelling one on Tuesday. Starting on October 18, all officials and workers’ leaves have been terminated until the next order in accordance with this direction.
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“Bihar Education Department Halts All Leaves: Officials and Staff on Hold Until Next Order”
In accordance with a fresh order fromhttps://chalkidanews.com/on-october-16-management-meetings-spark-controversy-around-tony-fernandes-ceo-of-airasia-%e0%a4%8f%e0%a4%af%e0%a4%b0%e0%a4%8f%e0%a4%b6%e0%a4%bf%e0%a4%af%e0%a4%be-%e0%a4%95%e0%a5%87-%e0%a4%b8/ the Bihar Education Department, all officials’ and staff’ leaves are now cancelled beginning on October 18 and lasting until the next order. K.K. Pathak, the chief secretary of the education department, has given instructions to all district authorities in this respect. According to reports, from Wednesday until the following order, all leaves for officials and staff members of the Education Department at state headquarters down to the district and block levels have been cancelled in order to finish the state’s teacher appointment process.
“Big Breakthrough in Bihar Education: High School Teacher Recruitment Results Announced, Counseling Starts for Selected Candidates”
The results of the test for the hiring of high school teachers in 16 courses, including six language topics, were previously announced by the Bihar Public Service Commission on Tuesday. On Wednesday, the selected individuals will begin receiving counselling. It is estimated that one lakh instructors would receive counselling during this time. Additionally, it is reported that those applicants who are unable to attend counselling will be given another chance. On November 2, at Gandhi Maidan, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will hand out appointment letters to the chosen school teachers based on the Bihar Public Service’s recommendation.
“Disrupted Teacher Training: Bihar Government Halts Residential Program Amidst Protests”
An earlier ruling ordered Bihar’s teachers’ leave to be cancelled till October 21. On Tuesday, however, the state administration halted the residential teacher training programme due to objections. It was asserted that this training would prohibit teachers from taking part in Durga Puja celebrations. The residential training programme began on Monday and will go until October 21st, according to the State Council for Educational Research and Training (SCERT). The residential teacher training programme will not take place from October 16 to October 21, according to a statement sent out on Tuesday by SCERT. A new training programme will be revealed at a later time.
“Durga Puja Holidays Vary in Bihar: Teacher Union Calls for Recognition of Long-serving Contract achers”
According to sources, the Durga Puja vacations began on Tuesday in some areas of the state, while they will start on October 19 in other regions. The Primary Teacher Union’s (TET) coordinator, Raju Singh, stated that the teachers are pleased with the news made by the Education Department. We demand the Chief Minister to recognise the enormous number of contract teachers who have been employed for years as government employees. Governor Rajeendar Arlekar and Central Minister Giriraj Singh met last week to discuss this matter.