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Education News: Bihar Teacher Recruitment Exam Result: 3115 candidates of SC-ST category passed in BPSC TRE – Bihar Teacher Recruitment: 3115 candidates of SC-ST category passed in BPSC TRE.

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BPSC on Wednesday declared the results of seven subjects including middle, secondary and higher secondary of the second phase of teacher appointment examination. These include appointment of teachers of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe and Backward and Most Backward Class Welfare Department along with the Education Department. Under the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Welfare Department, 3115 candidates have been successful for classes 9th and 10th. Whereas for classes 6th to 8th, 78 teacher candidates have been successful in Hindi-English, 78 candidates have been successful in Mathematics-Science and 78 candidates have been successful in Social Science.

The result has been loaded on the website. The result of Arabic and Business Studies of Higher Secondary i.e. 11th and 12th has also been released.

71 candidates have been successful in Arabic and 133 candidates have been successful in Business Studies. This has happened for the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Welfare Department. Talking about class 9th and 10th, if we look at the results of two subjects of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Welfare Department, 31 candidates have got success in Mathematics under Backward and Most Backward Classes and 62 candidates have got success in Computer Science under SC and ST Welfare Department.

District allocation list released on website
Under the second phase of teacher appointment, the list of district allotment for the mathematics subject of secondary school has been released under the Education Department, Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Welfare Department. Along with the roll number of the successful candidates, their district name has also been uploaded on the website. Candidates can see their district. Along with the district allocation, there will now be a counseling process for teachers.