Friday, April 14, 2017

Govt to go tough on teachers skipping copy evaluation work of intermediate, high school exams

Patna, April 13, 2017: State Government has decided to go tough on the contract teachers who have boycotted the evaluation work of high school and intermediate examinations copies of the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) demanding equal salary for equal work.

Gopalganj district administration has sent two teachers to jail for creating disturbances in the evaluation centres. Further 7625 teachers across the state will lose their salary for disobeying the government order while show cause notices have been served to 8950 teachers.

In Patna, FIRs have been lodged against 350 teachers at Gandhi Maidan Police station and show cause notices have also been served to them.

Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) chairman Anand Kishor said teachers had also been warned of service break if they did not join the copy marking work with immediate effect.

He said all the district magistrates and district education officers were directed to complete the evaluation work of intermediate and high school examinations answer books by April 30.

He said declaring results in right time are the top priority of the BSEB. “It is very sensitive issue to play with the future of students”, he said.

Meanwhile, district education office sought the help of CBSE school teachers for the copy checking work.

It’s learnt that some teachers of the CBSE affiliated schools have joined the work.

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