Preparation for teacher planning is going on in full swing in Bihar. After the formation of the Grand Alliance, the exercise has also started to remove the discrepancies in the planning policies. Now a committee has been formed by the education department in the interest of the candidates. This committee will identify irregularities in planning policies. Along with this, suggestions will also be given to overcome those shortcomings. The report will be given soon by the committee. However, what will be the effect of this committee in the restoration of the seventh phase, it is not clear yet.
Tejashwi Yadav had given assurance of early restoration
CTET, STET and BTET pass candidates are performing in Patna on August 1 for the restoration of the seventh phase. Last week, the police had lathi-charged the candidates who were protesting at the Dak Bungalow intersection. More than 25 candidates were injured in this. After this, Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav appealed to the students to maintain peace. Restoration of the seventh phase will happen soon. After the assurance of Tejashwi Yadav, there is a spurt in the restoration process in the department.
Restoration is to be done on more than 70 thousand seats
In the seventh phase of Bihar teacher planning, more than 70 thousand seats are to be restored. In this, maximum 49361 posts have been created in 6421 higher secondary schools of the state. If in the sixth phase, the potential 17000 vacancies in higher secondary teacher recruitment and some other subjects are added, the total vacancies for the seventh phase will be more than 70 thousand. It is being told that serious consideration is being given to filling about 50 percent of these vacancies by promotion. However, now everything will depend on the report of the committee.