Government job in Bihar if you have a foreign university degree? Read to find out more


The Bihar state government has amended a law that previously barred Indians with degrees from accredited foreign universities from applying for government posts. The General Administration Department (GAD) has been consulted by the Department of Education on the validity of degrees held by Bihar candidates from Tribhuvan University of Nepal and Kathmandu University.

“It has been decided that an Indian citizen, including a native of Bihar, with a valid degree from a recognized foreign university, will henceforth be eligible to apply for employment with the Government of Bihar,” the GAD said in a recent statement. notification.

Intermediate, upper secondary and upper secondary examinations from approved commissions in Pakistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal will also be accepted for jobs if education has been pursued in the ‘regular mode’, the additional chief secretary has said (Education) Dipak Singh at PTI. .

The official promised that a notice to the official gazette would be published soon. He explained that currently, the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) does not consider high school diploma or other degrees obtained through online or distance learning as equivalent.

The GAD has stated that it will only recognize legitimate degrees from international institutions that have been endorsed by the IAU in addition to relevant national authorities. The association compares various courses offered by Indian universities with the courses, programs, standards and credits of other universities.

For admission to graduate programs in Indian universities, degrees issued by universities in India and abroad that have been recognized by the University Grants Commission must be recognized.

A Health Department proposal that allowed a Bihar resident holding an MBBS degree from a foreign country to be eligible for employment in government hospitals and state medical institutes has been accepted by the government in 2015.

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