A teacher never retires, says Rajendra Dubey, who is in his eighties.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitsh Kumar underscored that the last time a caste census was held way back in 1931, under the British Raj.
Bihar govt encourages teachers in private schools to apply for principals' position in state-run ones
Those who wish to apply must have teaching experience in either CBSE or ICSE affiliated private schools and be between the ages of 31 to 47.
The circular, issued on July 22, had directed all such schools to sell empty sacks of food grains that were provided under midday meal scheme and deposit the money with the education department.
The 2-day international webinar on “Revisiting Flood Management and Irrigation Improvement Issues in Bihar”, saw experts attending from Nepal, Italy and other parts of the country.
Kunal said the 6,420 deaths with symptoms of Covid-19 were collected from Bhojpur, Patna (Rural), Rohtas, Siwan, Darbhanga, West Champaran, Arwal, Kaimur and Aurangabad.
Along with the cops, three officers of the Mining Department and three officers of the Transport Department are also suspended.
Advocate Devashish Bharuka, appearing for Bihar, said the state has taken action against the Station House Officer and disciplinary proceedings are going on.
During the period, lessons will be imparted in schools for students of classes XI and XII with not more than 50 per cent attendance and the same will be applicable to colleges.
What is the use of being a minister in a system when I can’t do anything for the people’s welfare? asked Bihar Social Welfare Minister Madan Sahni.
RJD to celebrate Ram Vilas Paswan's birth anniversary; experts call it political move to 'woo' Chirag
RJD celebrates its foundation day with much fanfare every year on July 5 and this year, the party will start the day by offering floral tributes to (late) Ram Vilas Paswan.
The schemes were promised by the chief minister during the 2020 Bihar elections in a bid to counter the RJD's poll plank on unemployment.
Apart from generating mass awareness, the department will pool in trained instructors and yoga gurus to teach asanas
As part of the corridor, the state government is encouraging farmers to get trained in organic farming without the use of fertilisers.
Free food distributed to over 35 lakh poor during Covid second wave thanks to Bihar community kitchens
Chief Minister Nitish Kumar also carried out virtual inspections across all the community kitchens and first time took direct feedbacks from the beneficiaries.