Home Paper BPSC TRE Vacancy: third Bihar teacher recruitment least applications were from Class 11th and 12th teachers how many forms – BPSC TRE: third Bihar teacher recruitment least applications were from 11th and 12th teachers, see how many forms from which class, Education News

BPSC TRE Vacancy: third Bihar teacher recruitment least applications were from Class 11th and 12th teachers how many forms – BPSC TRE: third Bihar teacher recruitment least applications were from 11th and 12th teachers, see how many forms from which class, Education News

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The highest number of applications have been received for the third phase BPSC Bihar Teacher Recruitment (6th to 8th). The least number of applications have come for higher secondary. One lakh three thousand applications were received for classes 1 to 5, 1 lakh 42 thousand 420 for classes 6 to 8, and 1 lakh 2 thousand 450 for classes 9 and 10. 37956 applications were received in higher secondary. The application process for the third phase of BPSC Bihar Teacher Recruitment will end today on 23rd February.

In the third phase, more than 86 thousand vacancies can be filled from class one to twelfth. The highest number of seats in higher secondary are in Chemistry subject of Science Faculty. Whereas in the Faculty of Arts, the maximum number of seats are in History subject. This time there will be examination in total 56 subjects. In this, there will be examination of three subjects in classes 1 to 5, eight in classes 6 to 8, 15 in secondary and 30 in higher secondary.

TRE 3.0 exam date and result – The third phase Bihar teacher recruitment examination will be held from March 7 to March 17. In this recruitment, teachers from class 1 to 12 will be recruited. The result of the third phase teacher recruitment examination will be declared between 22 and 24 March.

There is no provision for supplementary result in TRE-3.

There will be only one paper in the third phase examination. This exam will be of two and a half hours. There will be a language test in Part-I. Part-2 will be of general studies and Part-3 will be of related subject. Part-A (Language) will be a qualifying subject. In this, 30 questions of 30 marks will be asked. There will be 40 questions in General Studies and each question will have one mark for the correct answer i.e. a total of 40 marks. At the same time, 80 questions of 80 marks will be asked from the subject in which you will become a teacher. Merit list will be prepared only after qualifying in the language. There will be questions from all three parts in a single booklet. The exam syllabus will be from NCERT and SCRT. There will be no interview. There will be no negative marking in BPSC TRE 3.0 also.