Shortage of teachers is nothing new in India. Be it the primary schools or colleges, teacher's deficiency is a common thread in India at all levels of education. Confronting a general faculty deficiency of around 50 pc, some Magadh University universities have got 80 pc of the authorized posts empty for quite a while. No enrolment of educator has been made in the college since 2003. As against an endorsed quality of 2737, just 1373 educators are working in the 44 constituent schools of MU, the biggest college of the state.
Prior the govt guaranteed students and watchmen that crisp enrolments would be made before the universities re open in the new scholarly session.
According to accessible records, as against an authorized quality of 44 instructors in RRS College, Mokama, the quantity of working educators was just 8 and the remaining 36 posts are lying empty for quite a while. The school has got more than 4000 students on its rolls.
Workforce position of ANS College Nabinagar is no better. As against an endorsed quality of 37 just six educators are working and the understudy quality in the school is more than 2500. Passing by the instructor understudy proportion, KLS College Nawada confronts the most noticeably bad type of workforce crunch. Around 10000 students are selected for diverse courses in the most seasoned school of Nawada area. However, the quantity of educators in the school is only 10 making the instructor understudy proportion, a ghastly 1:1000.
In SS College, Jahanabad, just 14 educators are conflicting with an authorized quality of 67. Almost 1500 students are enlisted in the school. Putting advanced education to more joke, the MU Senate at its last meet endorsed PG educating in the school, which, according to accessible assets did not have sufficiently even educators to show Intermediate students.
Over and over MU VC Prof Md Ishtiaq has communicated his vulnerability, as the college did not have the ability to select educators as brought together enlistment of college instructors is to be finished by the Bihar Public Service Commission and BPCC has made little head route in this association.
The college powers even thought about enrolment of contractual instructors on impermanent premise to meet the deficiency. In any case, the UGC rules stipulate engagement of just NET qualified and the individuals who have gotten Ph.D degree while making things as difficult as possible as per the UGC rules 2009.
Not a solitary Ph.D degree has been granted in the state according to the UGC rules 2009. Debate encompassing reservation program too is coming in the method for contractual enlistments as the state govt demands recognition of reservation principles in contractual/makeshift arrangements also.