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Bihar Government to Recruit Retired Teachers on Contract for Schools

Nov 28, 2013 06:33 IST

    Bihar State Government has decided to recruit retired teachers for all subjects at middle and high schools in the state. This recruitment will be on contract basis and will carry no provision for pension. The recruitment is valid for all the retired teachers up to the age of 65 years.

    This recruitment decision was came up at a meeting of the state cabinet presided by the Chief Minister, Nitish Kumar.

    Speaking on the decision, the Principal Secretary of the Cabinet Coordination Committee, Brajesh Mehrotra said that the recruitment would be made to fill the vacancies available for subject-wise teachers at middle and higher school levels.

    The state cabinet has approved Rs 97.77 for school infrastructure, out of which crore Rs 83.16 crore is dedicated for the construction of 72, 000 higher secondary schools buildings, and the rest amount of Rs 14.61 crore has been sanctioned to complete construction work of 122 such school buildings in the current financial year, said Mehrotra.

    The cabinet also gave nod to Bihar Clinical Establishment Registration and Regulation Rules, 2013 under which each and every set up of a clinic in the state will have to comply with the prescribed standards of facilities and services, and all of the private, government hospitals, diagnostic centers as well as single-doctor clinics have to follow and adhere to it.

    For this a state level clinical registration committee would be set up.

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