Action will be taken against the officer for playing with the future of children.

The Education Department has taken action against six District Superintendents of Education for not starting the process of delivery of books to children of session 2021-22. The books are available in all districts but still the officers have failed to reach children, despite the order having been issued in February itself. The reason given by the officers in this regard is also not satisfactory.

Director, Jharkhand State Education Project Council, Shailesh Kumar Chaurasia has given orders to take action against the District Superintendents of Education of Hazaribagh, Khunti, Koderma, Palamu, Simdega and West Singhbhum by withholding their salary for being irresponsible in their work. Until all the children get the books, the salary of those people will remain withheld. Also the DC has been asked to monitor the arrangements of book distribution.

More than 50 percent books have been distributed in the state
Director, Jharkhand State Education Project Council, Shailesh Kumar Chaurasia said that the children’s books have reached the blocks. The process of distribution of books had also started but due to arrival of the second wave of Covid pandemic in April, this work has been severely affected.

Children from 1st to 8th, 9th and 11th were promoted without examination
In Jharkhand, about 27 lakh students from class 1 to 8 have been promoted to the next class without examination. Apart from this, 8 lakh children of class 9th and 11th have also been promoted to the next class without examination. The decision has not yet been taken by the government on the 10th and 12th board exams.

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