782 guest teachers removed from schools across the Bihar latest news today in hindi

782 guest teachers removed from schools across the Bihar latest news update 2023

As soon as the reinstatement started from BPSC, teachers started being removed 

Latest Updated 28/12/2023: On one hand, the reinstatement of successful teachers from BPSC has intensified, while on the other hand, the work of removing guest teachers from schools is also going on at a fast pace. Within just one month, more than seven hundred guest teachers have been removed. The guest teachers who are being removed are making rounds from the district headquarters to the education department and pleading not to lose their employment.

4247 guest teachers were working since 2018

For the first time in 2018, guest teachers were reinstated across the state for the first time in 2018 to meet the shortage of teachers in higher secondary schools. A total of 4257 guest teachers started working in different schools of Bihar at the rate of one thousand per day and a maximum honorarium of Rs 25 thousand. Guest teachers were selected for the subjects of Botany, Zoology, Physics, Chemistry, Maths and English of Plus Two schools. People doing post graduate and B.Ed became guest teachers. On the other hand, in September 2023, about 20 thousand guest teachers were hired across the state through outsourcing. It was decided to pay them Rs 250 per class. 

782 guest teachers removed from schools across the Bihar notification latest news update 2023 in hindi

But as soon as the recruitment of teachers from BPSC started, the career of guest teachers is in trouble. From November 25 till now i.e. in one month, a total of 782 guest teachers across the state have been removed from their posts. Higher Secondary Guest Teachers Association spokesperson Kumar Sanjeev says that maximum 88 teachers have been removed from Nawada. Whereas 86 out of 96 guest teachers of Gopalganj have been removed. Whereas out of 421 teachers of Gaya, 25 have been removed so far.

Guest teachers in these districts

  • Patna 342
  • Bhagalpur 512
  • Gaya 421
  • Muzaffarpur 221
  • Rohtas 312
  • Bhojpur 421
  • Kishanganj 120
  • Purnia 118
  • Siwan 203
  • Chhapra 122

Guest teachers association expressed displeasure

Kumar Sanjeev, spokesperson of Higher Secondary Guest Teachers Association, says that on one hand the government is doing restoration and providing employment, on the other hand our jobs are being taken away. Where is this justice? We have been teaching for six years. We gave six important years of our lives. We worked from elections to Corona to caste census, but now we are being removed. Is this the concept of public welfare state? We have appealed from the Additional Chief Secretary to the Speaker of the Assembly. Everyone says that guest teachers will not be removed, but letters for removal of guest teachers are being issued by the DEO in every district.