CM Nitish Kumar
The Bihar government has issued a strict warning to the newly appointed teachers and has issued instructions that if any teacher forms a union, or becomes a part of it, or takes part in any kind of protest against the policies of the education department, then he will be punished. Strict action will be taken against the teacher. Not only this, the appointment of responsible teachers will be canceled with immediate effect.
In a statement issued by the Education Department, it has been said that about 1.20 lakh teachers who were successful in the Bihar Public Service Commission i.e. BPSC Recruitment Examination 2023 have received ‘provisional appointment letters’ on November 2, although the posting of these teachers is yet to take place. Has not happened. Nor has he started teaching in schools. Despite this, it has come to light that some of these teachers have either formed their own union or have become part of some union. Along with this, these teachers are also criticizing the policies of the Education Department, which is against the conduct of Bihar government employees.
Education department is strict towards teachers
Taking this matter seriously, the Education Department has adopted a strict stance towards teachers, under which the department has immediately declared any such union invalid. The department says that one should avoid getting involved in such activities. If any teacher is found doing this, strict disciplinary action will be taken against him. Under which temporary appointments will be canceled with immediate effect.
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Job will be lost due to agitation or demonstration
The Education Department says that the attention of teachers has been drawn towards Paragraph 7 of Section 17 of the Code of Conduct of Bihar School Teacher Rules 2023. Under which Bihar Government Servants Code of Conduct 1976 applies to all school teachers. In which it is clear that no government servant will form any union or organization nor organize any kind of movement or demonstration.
Along with this, the department also said that the newly appointed teachers have formed an association which is illegal, this association has also got letterpads printed. In this matter, the department has sought clarification from an official of the union, this official is none other than a newly appointed teacher. In such a situation, their appointment can be canceled with immediate effect.
TET Primary Teachers Association supported
On the other hand, TET Primary Teachers Association convenor Raju Singh supported this decision of the Education Department. He says that newly appointed teachers whose appointment is provisional cannot do this. Along with this, Raju Singh also said that it is illegal to form or be a part of any unregistered organization. He said that everyone has the right to express their views, but all this should be done within the ambit of the law and according to its provisions.
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1.20 lakh candidates passed in BPSC
It is noteworthy that 1.20 lakh candidates have passed the examination conducted by BPSC for 1.70 lakh posts of teachers in Bihar. Appointment letters were handed over to these newly appointed teachers recently. At present, training of selected teachers is being given. Only after this they will be allotted schools.