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Patna: Former chief minister Jagannath Mishra while expressing his grave concern over poor education from primary to university level in Bihar said on Tuesday that it was getting worse with each passing year in the last ten years.
Mishra said the state government had dissolved University service commission, College service commission and School education commission resulting in no recruitment from school to university level for the last ten years. Number of dropouts in the schools has also gone high in the absence of basic facilities and even teachers, he claimed adding allocation to education sector was declining every year. The former CM claimed the mass copying at the examinations, malpractices in the evaluation of answer- sheets have brought disrepute to the state. Mishra, in a memorandum to the Governor on Tuesday, demanded his intervention in improving education system in Bihar.