Up to now, profiles of just one lakh 95 thousand lecturers of the state have been uploaded on the e-Shiksha Kosh portal. That is lower than half of the whole variety of lecturers. Relating to this, the Training Division has expressed displeasure by writing a letter to the schooling officers of all of the districts. Additionally directions have been given to finish this work expeditiously. It’s identified that greater than 4 and a half lakh lecturers are working in authorities colleges of the state. The profiles of all these are to be uploaded on the portal. On this regard, coaching was given to the District Training Officers three months in the past as to tips on how to present each data on the portal. Later, coaching was given to everybody on the district and block degree additionally. Together with details about each scheme and program of the division, the listing of lecturers and college students can be to be made accessible on the e-Shiksha Kosh portal. Details about what number of lecturers are there through which faculty shall be accessible on the pc with one click on. Their profile is being uploaded for this goal. Presently, if any such data needs to be obtained then the division has to ask for it from the districts. As soon as the profiles of all of the lecturers are on the portal, the division could have up to date data. There can even be details about what number of colleges there are through which district, block, panchayat and cluster degree and what number of lecturers are posted in them. Within the subsequent part, the listing of scholars can even be made accessible on this portal. The varsity and trainer must add the profile themselves. There are 75 thousand 300 colleges within the state. Of those, about 25 thousand colleges haven’t even began the work of importing lecturers’ profiles.
Directions to lagging districts:
The division has given particular directions to lagging districts within the job of importing lecturers’ profiles. These embody Aurangabad, West Champaran, Araria, Lakhisarai and Jamui. Whereas, the 5 higher districts embody Jehanabad, Begusarai, Kaimur, Nawada and Munger.