In Bihar, the resentment of the Raj Bhavan over the dispute between the Education Department and the Raj Bhavan had not diminished that the Education Department and the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) have now come face to face. This matter started when the Director of Secondary Education Kanhaiya Prasad Srivastava had sent a letter to the Secretary of BPSC urging him to spare the officers, personnel and teachers of the Education Department from the work of certificate verification of teacher candidates.
Through this letter, it was said that this deputation is not acceptable under any circumstances nor is it in the interest of education. BPSC Chairman Atul Prasad seems to be angry about this letter. BPSC Secretary Ravi Bhushan has now sent a letter to the Director of Secondary Education. In response to this, he has written a letter saying that the Commission does not work under the control of the Education Department and the State Government. If this is not clear, study the provisions of the Constitution.
It has also been said in the letter that the state government always cooperates in the verification work of the commission. If there is any objection in this regard, then it should be discussed with the state government. Let us tell you that 1.70 lakh teachers have been reinstated by BPSC in the state. The process is going on. The work of certificate verification of the candidates for the examination conducted under this is going on from 4th September to 12th September. For this, the Commission had written a letter to all the District Magistrates asking them to make proper arrangements for the verification work. In this work The services of education department officials and teachers are being taken.