Bihar Public Service Commission, after settling the objections received on the result of School Teacher Recruitment Competitive Examination, has declared some candidates successful due to scoring more than the cutoff. In primary school classes one to five, one candidate in General subject and two in Urdu subject have been declared successful. In middle school classes 6 to 8, 11 candidates have passed in Maths Science, 5 in English, 3 in Social Science, 1 in Urdu, 1 in Sanskrit. There has been no change in the cutoff fixed for the original examination result.
Apart from this, BPSC has also released the list of successful candidates for SC ST Welfare Department (Higher Secondary School Class 11-12) who have been allotted new districts under the Education Department after partial amendment.
Notice to 427 candidates of BPSC TRE
The Commission has issued notice to 427 candidates for teacher recruitment. Explanation has been sought from them by February 9. Candidates will have to respond on the website www.onlinebpsc.bihar.gov.in. If you do not give a clear answer, it will be understood that you have nothing to say in your defence. In such a situation, action will be taken against these candidates. The Commission has also released the roll numbers of all the candidates. These candidates have been accused of filing objections without affidavit and evidence. Precious time of the Commission was wasted in violation of the Commission’s order. Besides, an attempt has been made to tarnish the image of the Commission by making unnecessary and baseless allegations against it.