BPSC: School Wise Vacancy Will Be Re-Examined Before Posting In Bihar Teacher Recruitment
Before the posting of selected candidates for BPSC teacher appointment, school-wise vacancies will be checked once again. This instruction has been given to ensure that BPSC-selected candidates are posted only in needy schools in proportion to the number of students. The posting of selected candidates is to be done through software from the state level itself on the basis of vacancies sent from the districts. To ensure that there are no irregularities in this, all DEOs have been instructed in the VC on Thursday to revise it once again and send the final list. DEO Ajay Kumar Singh said that about seven thousand teachers are to be posted in the district. The vacancy investigation has to be completed within 24 hours. A report on this will be taken on October 28.
Check the points again to check the vacancy.
– Which schools actually require teachers?
– Special attention needs to be paid to the vacant posts in upgraded high schools.
– A teacher’s school requires special attention.
Newly elected teachers sent for training
On Thursday, 220 newly selected teachers were sent to various schools for orientation and training from the Block Research Center located in the Aurai Block Complex. BEO Rimmi Sinha said that a total of 176 teachers from classes 1 to 5, 44 newly selected teachers for classes 9 to 10 and 11 to 12 have been sent for training.
The teachers have to stay there immediately till 1st October. DM will give provisional appointment letters to everyone on 2nd October.
There were no candidates in the category to avail of the benefit of a reservation
BPSC Chairman Atul Prasad has said that the benefit of reservation was given to those categories of candidates from where more applications were received than seats. In many categories, applications fell short of seats. The benefit of reservation has not been given to such categories. Atul Prasad gave this information to the candidates by tweeting on Thursday. He said that NA in TI-cutoff means that no candidate was left in that reservation category to avail the benefit of reservation in that category. Giving an example, he said that if a female SC candidate is selected along with a male SC and the required number of female candidates is completed, then they cannot be given benefits under SC-F. Let us inform you that on Thursday, BPSC released the cutoff of a total 43 subjects subject-wise from 1st to 12th. In this, NA was written in many categories, due to which there was confusion among the candidates. BPSC Chairman Atul Prasad has clarified this by tweeting.