BPSC TRE Result 2023: Result Of Remaining Subjects From 9th To 12th Released, 26204 Candidates Passed In 10 Subjects
BPSC TRE Result 39680 candidates had applied for 57602 vacancies of teachers in higher secondary (11th-12th) schools, out of which 37320 candidates appeared in the examination.
BPSC uploaded the results of the examination held on 25th and 26th August for appointment of teachers in government secondary (9th-10th) schools of the state on its website at 3:30 a.m. on Sunday. A total of 65500 candidates had applied for this examination conducted for 32116 vacancies in 10 subjects, out of which 63272 candidates appeared in the examination. Of these, 26204 were finally selected. Along with this, the results of the remaining two subjects of Higher Secondary teachers, Computer Science and Business Study, were also published. BPSC also uploaded the accountancy result on its site, although it was released two days ago. It is noteworthy that 39680 candidates had applied for 57602 vacancies of teachers in higher secondary (11th-12th) schools, out of which 37320 candidates appeared in the examination. A total of 23701 were successful. Along with the result, BPSC has also published the list of district allotment of all the candidates. With this, the results of all the examinations taken for the appointment of teachers have been published and 1,22,324 teachers have been selected.
Ban lifted, OTP will come as per Aadhaar number
Patna. The ban on counseling of successful candidates for the post of teachers in the state, whose OTP problem had arisen due to difference in name, has been lifted. In this context, instructions have been given under the signature of Director of Secondary Education Kanhaiya Prasad Srivastava. According to this, arrangements have been made by the Education Department that OTP will be received as per the UID number only. In view of this, the concerned candidates have been asked to appear in the counseling.
Candidates came for counseling even during holidays
The counseling process of teacher candidates appointed by BPSC continued on Sunday after the Durga Puja holiday. On the fifth day, a total of 500 teacher candidates from classes one to five and plus two were counseled. BPSC declared the results of classes nine and 10 on Saturday. They were also supposed to have counseling on Thursday, but they were turned back as the data for classes 9th and 10th was not available with the District Education Office. The counseling process for these candidates will start on Monday. Counseling of the candidates will also continue during Durga Puja on the 24th and 25th of October. Due to the increasing crowd of teacher candidates, counseling has been extended till 27 October.