BPSC Cut-Off Marks, Cut-Off Date 2023: Bihar Public Service Commission has released the category-wise cutoff marks and cutoff date of about 1 lakh 20 thousand candidates who were successful on 1.70 lakh teacher posts in the state. As per the cutoff date, the cutoff for general category for class 1-5 is 67. Similarly, there are 56 for EWS, 55 for EBC, 60 for BC, 47 for SC and 46 for ST. Candidates who participated in BPSC TRE can check their result by visiting the official website of BPSC www.bpsc.bih.nic.in. Candidates can also check the TRE cutoff marks by clicking on the direct link given here.
BPSC Cut-Off Marks, Cut-Off Date 2023 Link
Check BPSC Cutoff Marks in 4 Steps:
1- Visit BPSC website www.bpsc.bih.nic.in.
2- Click on the link School Teacher Written Competitive Examination – Cut-off Marks with Cut-off Date visible on the home page.
3- Now the PDF file will open on your mobile or computer in which the cutoff marks and date of birth will be visible.
4- You can download and save this PDF file for further need.
Appointment letter to all the candidates of Patna at Gandhi Maidan-
According to the Education Department, efforts are being made to complete the recruitment process of successful candidates by working hard day and night. Appointment letters will be distributed to all the successful candidates of the district on 2 November 2023 at Gandhi Maidan in Patna. It is being told that on November 2, 25 thousand teachers from 27 districts have been called to Gandhi Maidan. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will distribute appointment letters to these candidates and will also address them. Will give. All the teachers of the remaining 11 districts will be given appointment letters in their district only. Additional Chief Secretary of the department KK Pathak issued instructions to all DMs on Thursday saying that teachers from far-flung districts will no longer come to Gandhi Maidan.
Candidates raised questions regarding teacher recruitment result:
Many candidates demonstrated on 26 October 2023 regarding BPSC TRE. Many candidates creating ruckus alleged that the results of those who have not passed STET have also been declared. A candidate told that despite not having STET degree, he has been selected for the post of teacher of class 11th and 12th. The candidates creating ruckus said that these candidates without STET were issued admit cards and included in the examination. The candidates had also created a ruckus outside the Bihar Public Service Commission on Wednesday regarding their objections.