Deoghar: Jharkhand Governor Draupadi Murmu said that there was lack of teachers in the state and efforts are being made to sort
out the issue. Addressing the concluding ceremony of the Yuwa Mahotsav organized in Deoghar College here she said that for the last 34 years the roaster for the appointment of the teachers was not clear which has been cleared and sent to JPSC. She said that many unwanted people create obstacles which were creating the delay as a result of which it has been directed to appoint teachers
on per class basis and soon permanent teachers will be appointed.
She said that keeping in mind the rising number of students in every block degree or women college would be opened. She said that the children of Jharkhand are very simple and honest and are full of talent what was need is to nurture their talent. She also stressed the need to have well-equipped labs and libraries in the colleges apart from other basic infrastructure. Ms Murmu said that it was also the responsibility of other representatives to make the educational institutions a better place as the educational varsity are also part of their area.
Those present on the occasion also included Godda MP Nishikant Dubey, SKMU VC Manoranjan Prasad Sinha, Deoghar DC Rahul Kumar Sinha, SP Narenbdra Kumar Singh and others. Earlier the governor also offered prayers at Baba Baidynath Dham and prayed for the well being and prosperity of the state and its people.