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Bihar govt admits state’s low standard of education – Times of India

PATNA: The Nitish Kumar-led Bihar authorities on Tuesday admitted that the extent of education within the state is at a low stage in nationwide rankings.

As RJD member Samir Kumar Mahaseth raised the problem of falling education ranges within the Assembly, Education Minister Vijay Kumar Chaudhary replied that the state is within the backside 5 within the Niti Aayog record and the state authorities is admitting it.

The minister additionally listed the steps taken by the state authorities to boost the standard of education within the state.

“We have started universities in Patliputra, Purnea, and Munger. We have also opened middle and high schools in 8,385 village panchayats in the state. Besides, we had installed 2,000 and 4,000 laboratories, respectively, in middle and high schools in the last 3 years,” he mentioned.

Chaudhary additionally mentioned that the recruitment of academics can also be underway. “As the matter is pending in the court, hence, it is getting delayed. We are waiting for court orders,” he mentioned.

Education, together with the legislation and order state of affairs in Bihar, is a matter utilized by opposition events to focus on the Nitish Kumar authorities.

Recently, query papers of social science and Hindi of the Bihar School Examination Board’s Class 10 examination have been leaked in numerous locations.

Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav claimed that query papers of each aggressive examination just like the CTET, BTET, and BPSC in Bihar have been leaked.

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