BPSC Result: One Lakh 22 Thousand 324 Candidates Successful In Teacher Recruitment Examination, Out Of Which 72419 Are Primary Teachers
Bihar Public Service Commission has released teacher recruitment. The results of 16 subjects were released on Tuesday. Today the result of another subject has come. BPSC Chairman Atul Prasad said that ever since the process of recruitment examination started, many people kept making various allegations. There was not a single day when people did not try to get the exam canceled. After this, the question of B.Ed vs UGC also went to the Supreme Court. During that time we decided that we would fill 75 percent vacancy. For this, the cut-off can be reduced. Questions were raised on this also. Questions were raised on quality. After the exam, people created an uproar that the questions were asked very difficult. Questions were also raised regarding the uploading of OMR seats.
All results will be declared before Durga Puja
BPSC Chairman said that the results of 43 subjects have been prepared within 60 days. A list of all district allocations has also been prepared. The results of all classes and subjects will be released in the next two to three days. To date, in the history of BPSC, such a large number of results have not been declared so quickly. Those who raised questions regarding the cutoff were also proved wrong. The candidates from Bihar are very capable. In this examination, we used technology extensively. Many fraudsters were also caught. One lakh 22 thousand 324 candidates have been successful. In this, 72419 results are being given to primary teachers. BPSC Chairman clearly said that all the results will be declared before Durga Puja. Till now 1 lakh 22 thousand 324 candidates have been successful. That means 72 percent results were obtained. Commenting poetically on the B.Ed candidates, he said that the one who gave pain will also give medicine. If sources are to be believed, the result of B.Ed candidates will be put on hold for the time being.
Know how many candidates were successful in which category
Higher Secondary (11th-12th) – 23, 701
Secondary-(9th-10th) – 26,204
Primary (1st to 5th) = 72,419