Patna: Bihar has once again grabbed attention. No, not due to the upcoming Assembly elections, but for its poor education system. A reality check done on some schools in Bihar reveals that the state has not achieved much in improving the miserable condition of education.
Some schools in Bihar were caught on camera while openly encouraging cheating during examinations. The school administration, which is apparently playing with the future of the country, passes the blame on state administration and the state administration then passes it on to bad parenting.
In the video clip, students are seen keeping books open along with their answer sheets and copying word to word from them.
What may further split you with laughter are the teachers in Saharsa's school. The level of knowledge of these teachers is at par with that of a third standard student.
For these teachers there are only six days in a week and the words 'commissioner' and 'lieutenant' are spelled as 'Comisnar' and 'Laftinant'. They can't even rightly spell twelve months.
Besides this, they also don't know the name of Bihar's governor and believe that India's education minister is Sheila Dikshit.