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BPSC TRE 3.0: More posts vacant in middle schools, appointments made in third phase Bihar teacher recruitment – BPSC TRE 3.0: More posts vacant in middle schools, appointments will be made in third phase Bihar teacher recruitment, Education News

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There will be appointment in the third phase on the vacant posts of employed teachers selected from BPSC. Reports on this have been sought from all the districts including Muzaffarpur. More than two thousand posts have become vacant in the two-phase recruitment in the district. Subject-wise reports on this have been sought from all the districts in two days. About 25 thousand posts are vacant in the state. Director of Secondary Education Kanhaiya Prasad Srivastava has given instructions to the DEOs of all the districts regarding this. The department has sent four formats, in which different information has to be filled and sent.

The Director has said that the appointment action has been taken by BPSC in the first and second phase. Again, appointment action is to be taken in the third phase. Among the teachers appointed under the first and second phase, the number of local body teachers is around 20 to 25 thousand. In such a situation, after calculating the vacant posts in the local bodies, he has to get the post of school teacher created from the Administrative Posts Committee.

The DEO said that there are many teachers employed in the first phase who have also been appointed in the second phase. In such a situation, the vacancy after both the allotments is being calculated.

More posts have become vacant in middle schools.

Vacancy report has to be sent like this: Name of the subjects that became vacant in Higher Secondary, Secondary, 6-8 and 1-5 and the vacancy of local body teachers who were appointed to the post of school teachers under the first and second phase. DEO Ajay Kumar Singh said that the teachers appointed for the second phase have not been allotted schools yet. There are many teachers employed in the first phase who have also been appointed in the second phase. In such a situation, the vacancy after both the allotments is being calculated from all the blocks. More posts have become vacant in middle schools.