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BPSC TRE passed Bihar niyojit teachers 25390 vacancy permanent recruitment bseb sakshamta pariksha exam good news – There will be permanent recruitment on 25390 posts of teachers employed in Bihar, good news also for those who pass the competency exam, Education News

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There will be permanent recruitment on 25 thousand 390 posts of teachers employed in Bihar. In this regard, the Education Department has started the process of converting these employment posts into permanent posts. According to the report received from the districts, 25 thousand 390 employed teachers have passed the BPSC examination and contributed at the new place. Let us tell you that a total of more than 35 thousand employed teachers were successful in BPSC, but only 25,390 have contributed.

Appointment will be done in urban areas on merit basis.
Special teachers who pass the competency test will be posted in schools in urban areas on the basis of merit list. Regarding this, Additional Chief Secretary of the Education Department, KK Pathak has compulsorily sought from all the District Magistrates a list of subject wise vacant posts of teachers in the schools of the city by 29th February. Employed teachers will be called special teachers only after passing the exam and will get the status of state employees.

Pathak has said in the letter that about two lakh teachers have been appointed by Bihar Public Service Commission in two phases. Of these, there are about 35 thousand who were already employed teachers. The posts of these employed teachers have become vacant. The teachers selected by the Commission in two phases have currently contributed to schools in rural areas only. There are many schools in urban areas where posts are vacant after the selection of employed teachers.

The Additional Chief Secretary of the Education Department has said that the availability of teachers in schools in urban areas of the district should be assessed. Rationalize them accordingly. Keep student enrollment in mind when doing this. In secondary and higher secondary schools, efforts should be made to ensure that teachers of every subject are available in the school, irrespective of the enrolment.