Patna, August 4: Nitish Kumar promised a reformation of Bihar after taking oath as Bihar Chief minister for the sixth time. The education sector of Bihar has been stuck with different scams, degrading results often. Hence Bihar CM reviewed the performance of the education department. Due to poor result of students, matric and intermediate exams this year Government has decided to compulsory retire nonperforming head masters, teachers, and education department officials above the age of 50 years.
“The state government is in the process of identifying non-performing institutions and all those responsible for the poor show will be given compulsory retirement, as per government norms. A committee under Mahajan is already working under it to identify such headmasters, teachers, block education officers or district education officers,” the chief Secretary Anjani Kumar Singh said.
The scarcity in a number of teachers was also discussed in the meeting. The government would try centralized recruitment without tampering with the existing setup. The government will also go in for the merger of two or more schools in the same building in urban areas.