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Patna Teachers Negligent in Online Attendance, Education Department Plans Strict Action

By Neeraj Kumar

Patna: Teachers in schools across Patna district are neglecting to register online attendance. According to daily reports received by the District Education Office, teachers from 1066 schools are failing to log their attendance online. This negligence is prompting the Education Department to prepare for stringent actions against the responsible teachers.

The District Education Officer emphasized that per the Education Department’s guidelines, it is mandatory for at least two teachers from each school to register their attendance online daily for a period of three months. Failure to comply will result in disciplinary action against the headmasters of the respective schools. Headmasters are required to submit daily reports on attendance compliance. On Sunday, headmasters and teachers from the 1066 schools received training on using the e-Shikshakosh portal at Rajendra Nagar Boys High School, Patna. District Education Officer Sanjay Kumar noted that none of the headmasters and teachers in these schools had registered their attendance on the e-Shikshakosh portal even once.

Additionally, Sanjay Kumar has demanded explanations from two block project managers, Ayush Raj and Shivangi, from Naubatpur for their lack of effort in ensuring teachers register their attendance on the e-Shikshakosh portal. If their explanations are unsatisfactory, they face suspension. This action follows a report from the Block Education Officer of Naubatpur.

In related news, all government schools in Bihar, from classes one to twelve, will open at 9 am starting July 1. Headmasters, teachers, and non-teaching staff are required to arrive 10 minutes before the school day begins. Sanskrit Board and Government Urdu schools will also follow this schedule.

Official information outlines that schools will conduct prayer, yoga practice, and drills from 9 am to 9:15 am. The first class will run from 9:15 am to 9:55 am, with a total of eight class periods. Classes will conclude at 3:15 pm, but teachers will remain until 4:30 pm. Mission Daksh’s classes will be held from 3:15 pm to 4 pm, followed by a session for homework assistance for students from classes three to twelve from 4 pm to 4:30 pm.

 

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