Teachers Holidays cancelled: Bihar Govt Cancels Leaves Of School Teachers, order issued


Teachers Holidays cancelled: These days, the Education Department in Bihar remains in the headlines for its orders. A few days ago, there was a lot of politics over cutting leave. After this the government had to step back.

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At the same time, once again the Education Department has canceled the leave given on account of Chhath festival. At the same time, children have been given relief. This decision has been taken on the instructions of KK Pathak, Additional Chief Secretary of the Education Department. Information and education officers are giving orders regarding this in their district. After this order, the education department has once again come into discussion.

All teachers and personnel will come to school – Education Department

Let us tell you that due to Diwali and Chhath festival, leave was given by the Education Department from 13th to 21st November, but on 8th November an order was issued stating that the headmaster and in-charge of the school will come.

Teachers selected by BPSC are contributing. Therefore the headmaster and in-charge will come to the school. At the same time, now a new decree related to this has been issued on 14 November. It has been ordered that all teachers and personnel will come to school during this period.

There was politics over reduction in leave.

Let us tell you that on August 29, the Education Department had released the revised holiday list, under which the 23 holidays falling from September to December were reduced to 11. After this, opposition to this cut started. After huge protests against reduction in holidays in government schools, the government had to withdraw the order of reduction.

At the same time, on this dispute, the Education Department said that under the Right to Education Act, 2009, there is a provision for at least 200 days of education in the academic year in primary schools and at least 220 days in middle schools, but the declared And this is not happening due to sudden holidays.


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