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BPSC TRE 2: Bumper applications in new Bihar teacher recruitment STET CTET certificates candidates arranging


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1.25 lakh candidates have registered for the second phase of BPSC Bihar teacher recruitment. Currently, the last date for application without late fee is till 14th November. And with late fee it is from 15th to 17th November. After registering, candidates can fill the examination form from 10th to 25th November. This time, Commission Secretary Ravi Bhushan has made it clear that there will be no change in the date of application. Candidates will have to apply within the stipulated time.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has already directed that the process of the second phase has to be completed within two months. At present the Commission has received vacancies for 70 thousand posts. However, it is expected that there is every possibility of increasing the seats during the examination. Many seats remain vacant in the first phase of teacher recruitment. Thousands of selected candidates have not contributed. In such a situation, the number of seats is certain to increase.

engaged in making certificate
Thousands of STET and CTET successful candidates are currently busy in making certificates. At the time of registration, many types of certificates have been asked from the candidates including Aadhar card, residential, caste, income certificate and NCL.

BPSC announces second phase of Bihar teacher recruitment, makes major changes, know important dates

Deployment of new teachers till 21, leaves of officers and personnel cancelled.
About 1.10 lakh new teachers selected from Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) will be deployed in schools by November 21. The leaves of all officers and employees of the Education Department will remain canceled until the teachers contribute. The responsibility of ensuring this has been given to all DMs. Regarding this, Additional Chief Secretary of the Education Department, KK Pathak has sent a letter to all the DMs and instructed that the salary of the teachers will start from the date of contribution in the school.

It has been said in the letter that teachers will be posted only in schools in rural areas. At present no one will be posted in urban areas. Even in rural areas, the allocation of schools will be random through software. The DM has been instructed to hold a meeting with the District Education Officers and prepare a strategy as to how many phases can the teachers contribute between 11th and 21st November.