Rs 586 crore released for the salary of three and a half teachers in Bihar, the government gave another relief

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Employment News-Amidst the increasing cases of corona infection in Bihar, the government has given a big relief to the teachers. Under the Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan, the state government has given approval of Rs 586 crore 41 lakh 39 thousand and ordered to release it. With this amount, 3.52 lakh teachers and librarians will be paid with 15 percent increase in pay scale. Along with this, teachers have been instructed to call teachers in schools and other educational institutions on rotation basis only in 50 percent capacity to protect them from infection.

Both the central and state governments give money in the Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan

According to Arshad Firoz, Deputy Secretary, Education Department, under the Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan scheme, the release of the amount of state share against the first installment received under the Central share will speed up the payment of salaries to teachers as well as the implementation of various schemes.

Approval of 586 crore 41 lakh for the salary of 3.52 lakh teachers
Ordered to give priority to the system of education through online medium
Classes in all government and private schools, colleges, universities and coaching institutes of the state are closed till January 21, but teachers and employees will have 50 percent attendance in their offices. The remaining 50 percent teachers and staff will come the next day. On Friday, this order was issued to all the Vice Chancellors and District Magistrates on behalf of Asangba Chuba Aao, Secretary, Education Department.

The Education Secretary ordered to give priority to the system of education through online medium. The officers have also been ordered to ensure special arrangements for vaccination for the students of 15 to 18 years of educational institutions in all the districts in coordination with the health department. In this, the District Magistrate will take help in implementation through the Civil Surgeon.

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