The government of Bihar has decided to pull in their experienced staff back in to the field of education. The government will recruit the retired teachers in all subjects for middle and high school on contract basis without pension. Teachers up to 65 years of age will be eligible for appointment.
On Tuesday, the cabinet gave its nod by approving the proposal. It also gave the green signal to Bihar Clinical Establishment (Registration and Regulation) Rules 2013 as per the provisions in the central Act of 2010.
Brajesh Mehrotra, state cabinet secretary says "all the clinical establishments in the state will now have to follow the norms for maintaining the prescribed standards of facilities and services. It will be applicable to all private, government hospitals and also single doctor clinics and diagnostic centers." The cabinet will set up a state level clinical registration committee for this.
Mehrotra further stated "sum of Rs. 83.16 crore was approved for the construction of 72 higher secondary schools buildings. In addition, a sum of Rs. 14.61 crore has also been sanctioned for the completion of the construction work of 122 such schools in the current financial year."
" Keeping in mind the number of vacancies in medical colleges, the cabinet approved the proposal to give those doctors having requisite qualification from the Bihar health (education) service cadre, an opportunity to teach in various medical colleges. For that, certain amendments were made to the Bihar health service (education) recruitment and the promotional rules 2013," he says.
Apart from this, cabinet also sanctioned total sum of Rs 100.5 crore for organic agriculture and implementation of organic agriculture project in the current financial year. Rs 24.43 is sanctioned by the cabinet for the promotion of nutri-farm project in the state under the national agriculture development project.