BPSC Will Release The Result Of The Teacher Appointment Exam By Tomorrow, Know Why There Is a Delay

BPSC Will Release The Result Of The Teacher Appointment Exam By Tomorrow, Know Why There Is a Delay

The result of the competitive examination conducted by BPSC for the appointment of 1.70 lakh teachers will be declared in the next one to two days. The Commission was trying to declare its result by October 15. Still, due to making separate merit lists of 43 subjects and considering three districts of choice of candidates selected from 38 districts on a priority basis, the total number of merit lists has become 1634. Due to this, it is taking more time than expected to get the result. If sources are to be believed, so many candidates are appearing on the same marks that to determine their rank in the merit list, age as well as the alphabet of the name has to be used. Due to this, it will take one to two more days for the results to be out.

Results of the primary teacher appointment exam will come after the 20th

BPSC is busy in preparing the results of secondary and higher secondary teacher candidates as well as primary teacher candidates. However, in this matter, during the hearing in the Supreme Court on Friday on the petition filed by the B.Ed candidates, the result may be stopped at the last moment due to the division bench transferring it to the Chief Justice’s bench. The matter is to be heard on October 20 only, hence the result of the primary teacher appointment examination can come only after the decision of the court. In such a situation, in the first phase, only the results of secondary and higher secondary teacher appointment examinations will be declared.

The department is busy preparing to contribute to the selected teachers.

A meeting was also held in the Secretariat on Sunday to prepare the contribution of teacher candidates to be selected by the Bihar Public Service Commission. In the meeting, discussions were held regarding training selected teachers and verifying their documents. All the directors were also present at this meeting. The Additional Chief Secretary reviewed the Stage Three report from 12 noon. Apart from this, discussions were held regarding giving promotions to government employees under the temporary executive system. According to departmental information, as soon as the recommendation for the selection of teachers is received from the Bihar Public Service Commission, a regular camp will be organized at the district level to verify documents. Besides, initial training of teachers will be completed through SCERT. SCERT has completed preparations for this.

The exam was taken from 24 to 26 August

A three-day examination was held from 24 to 26 August for the appointment of 1.70 lakh teachers. A total of 8.10 lakh candidates had applied for this. Of these, there were 7.48 lakh applicants for 79943 vacancies of primary teachers (classes one to five), which is 9.36 times the number of vacancies. 65500 applicants had applied for 34916 vacancies of secondary teachers (Class IX and 10th) and 39680 had applied for 57602 vacancies of higher secondary teachers (Class 11th and 12th), out of which 63272 secondary and 37465 higher secondary candidates respectively appeared in the examination. Happened. Among the applicants, 312560 (38.56 percent) are from outside Bihar. This examination was taken in all the 38 district headquarters of the state including 38 examination centers of Patna. On the first day on 24th August, a subject paper examination for primary teachers was taken, while on 25th August, a compulsory language paper examination was taken in which along with primary, secondary, and higher secondary teacher candidates also appeared.

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