There will be restoration on 1 lakh 22 thousand 286 posts in the second phase of BPSC Bihar Teacher Recruitment Examination. BPSC had already released vacancies of more than 70 thousand posts on the recommendation of the Education Department. Now 51 thousand 664 posts have been added to it. In the first phase, applications were invited for the appointment of one lakh 70 thousand teachers. Of these, results of 1 lakh 20 thousand candidates were released. Whereas more than ten thousand selected candidates did not contribute. These remaining seats will be added in the second phase.
The announcement of increasing the vacancy was made by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in the teacher appointment distribution program on November 2. He had given instructions to fill the remaining vacant posts of school teachers in the next two months.
10 years relaxation for class 6-8
BPSC has also announced to give 10 years relaxation in the maximum age limit to the candidates of class 6-8 in the second phase of Bihar teacher recruitment. For middle school teachers of classes 6-8 and primary teachers of classes 6-8, trained candidates who have passed the eligibility test before April 10, 2023, will be given relaxation of 10 years in the maximum age limit in this first transaction only on the basis of August 1, 2023. It will be considered payable.
Which number should CTET and STET candidates write in the form?
In the online application form, instead of the result card number of Secondary Teacher Eligibility Test (STET) 2023, BSEB Unique ID number will be mentioned and in place of the release date, the date of result publication will be mentioned.
(2) In the online application form, candidates who have passed CTET for Middle School and Elementary Teacher (Trained) will mention the serial number and date of issue mentioned in the certificate/mark sheet.
Bihar Teacher Recruitment: Randomization will be done 3 times regarding school allocation of newly appointed teachers from BPSC TRE.
Now teacher recruitment examination will be held every year, CTET and B.Ed appearing candidates will not get a chance.
Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has made it clear that appearing candidates of CTET and B.Ed will not be given a chance in the second phase of teacher appointment. Bihar Public Service Commission Chairman Atul Prasad has tweeted this information on social media platform X.
Apart from this he told that there is a plan to organize TRE every year in August.