Agro Haryana

Bihar Sakshamta Pariksha: You will get 5 chances to pass the Bihar Competency Test, if you fail then you will not become a government teacher.

Bihar Niyojit Shikshak: A total of five chances (three online and two offline) are being given to every teacher to pass the proficiency test to get the status of government employee.
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 Bihar Sakshamta Pariksha: You will get 5 chances to pass the Bihar Competency Test, if you fail then you will not become a government teacher.

Agro Haryana, New Delhi Bihar Competency Test: Patna High Court has given a big relief to Panchayat teachers and said that teachers who fail in the competency test will not be removed from service. 

Meaning their job will continue as it is. Patna High Court Chief Justice K. A bench of Justice Vinod Chandran and Justice Harish Kumar gave this verdict while hearing a group of petitions on April 2.

The division bench, in its order, said that those who qualify the qualifying examination will have better service conditions and those who do not qualify and even refuse to appear for the examination will also be reinstated in service.

3.5 lakh contract teachers in Bihar

About 3.5 lakh contractual teachers in Bihar, who have been teaching in government schools across the state for the last several years, will get the status of government employees after passing the qualifying examination. 

According to the recent decision (Special Teacher Rules 2023) taken by the Nitish Kumar-led Bihar government, these teachers will have to pass a compulsory proficiency test to get the status of government employee.

5 chances to pass the exam

A total of five chances (three online and two offline) are being given to every teacher to pass the proficiency test to get the status of a government employee. 

There was speculation and apprehensions among the employed teachers that those who did not pass the qualifying examination or did not appear in the examination would be removed from service.

What did the Parliamentary Affairs Minister of Bihar say?

Reacting to the Patna High Court order, senior JDU leader and Bihar Parliamentary Affairs Minister Vijay Kumar Choudhary said, "The state government has never taken any decision to remove employed teachers who fail to pass the qualifying examination." 

Or do not appear in the examination. Patna High Court has also mentioned the same in its order." He alleged that a section of people with vested interests were spreading misleading information about the employed teachers and the Special Teachers Rules 2023.

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