Bihar Shikshak Sakshamta Pariksha: Teachers who pass the competency test will be given the status of state employees. Education Department has released the date for filling the online examination form. You can fill the exam form from 1st February. At the same time, the last date for filling the examination form has been fixed as 15th February. The exam is scheduled to be held between February 26 and March 13. Employed teachers will have three chances to pass the examination. Bihar Board Chairman gave information in the press conference and said that for the first time such examination is being conducted for employed teachers.
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How will the syllabus be?
According to the Chairman of Bihar Board, the syllabus in the competency test has been prepared as per BPSC’s TRE 2. The syllabus will be similar to the syllabus of BPSC exam. In total, examination of 59 types of subjects from 1 to 12 will be taken. He told that computer based examination will have to be given, for which teachers will have to start practicing from now on. At the same time, after the completion of the examination, it will be mandatory for the candidate to surrender the admit card to the DEO office within 4 days.
After submitting the application filled by the teacher candidate, it will be filled in the login of the concerned DPO establishment. After this, it will be finally submitted after investigation by the DPO establishment. The digital signature of the District Program Officer Establishment will be imprinted on it.
Note these details before filling the form
The exam instructions state that teacher applicants must fill in their father’s or husband’s name, date of contribution, date of birth, and other information correctly in the exam form. After this, paperwork will be sent to prospective teachers. Teacher applicants will also have to upload Aadhar card and matriculation certificate. Also, it will be necessary to upload necessary pass certificates including STET, CTET, TET. Additionally, teacher applicants will have to choose three districts.