Graduate teachers in degree colleges of Bihar will not teach intermediate students. Director of Higher Education Prof. Rekha Kumari has given this instruction to the principals of all the colleges in the state. The Director of Higher Education said that we have instructed the principals of the colleges not to make UG teachers teach Inter students, they should make separate arrangements for this. The Director of Higher Education has asked colleges to seek guidance from the Bihar School Examination Committee for running Inter classes.
Principals of some colleges said that they will write a letter to the Bihar School Examination Committee in this regard. Will demand a teacher from the board. A principal of the university said that in the recent meeting held in Patna, instructions were given that separate arrangements should be made for Inter students. After this, we are now going to write a letter to the board regarding this.
In many colleges, one teacher from Inter to PG. In many colleges of BRABU, there is one teacher from Inter to PG. This same teacher takes classes everywhere. Teachers teaching from Intermediate to PG said that they face difficulty in taking Intermediate classes. The syllabus of Intermediate is different and that of Graduation and PG. Doing it all at once makes everything confusing. Therefore, there should be separate teachers for intermediate studies.
Bihar School Examination Board takes Intermediate admission in degree colleges of Bihar. For this, colleges get some part of the fees.
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Teachers can be brought from inter colleges
After instructions to the graduate teachers in degree colleges not to take classes in Inter, teachers from higher secondary schools can come to teach Inter students there. People associated with the university said that after this instruction of the Directorate of Higher Education, it is possible that the Bihar School Examination Committee may post intermediate teachers to teach intermediate students in degree colleges.
514 students are enrolled in one subject in Inter.
514 students are enrolled in one subject in the degree college. Admission in Intermediate is done by Bihar School Examination Board through OFSS. Students are allotted colleges and sent to take admission in the college. More than 10 thousand students are enrolled in Intermediate degree colleges of Bihar University.