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Education News: BPSC Bihar Shikshak Result: Results of teacher recruitment exam will be declared shortly you can check in 4 steps – BPSC Bihar Shikshak Result: Results of teacher recruitment exam will be declared shortly, you can check in 4 steps

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BPSC Bihar Shikshak Result: Bihar Public Service Commission will release the results of the examination conducted from December 7 to December 15, 2023 for the recruitment of 1.22 lakh posts of teachers in the state shortly today. According to the information released by BPSC, the recruitment results of all categories will be released one by one from today till 25th December 2023. BPSC will first declare the result of Principal Recruitment and the result of two secondary school subjects Mathematics and Science. After this, the results of the remaining candidates and subjects will be released continuously till 25th December.

The result of BPSC Bihar Teacher Recruitment Examination will be released on the commission’s website bpsc.bih.nic.in. Candidates will be able to check their result dashboard by logging in through their registration number and date of birth. Candidates will be able to check their results in 4 easy steps given here.

BPSC Dashboard Login Link

Check BPSC Teacher Exam (TRE-2) Result in 4 Steps:
1- After the release of the result, go to the Commission’s website onlinebpsc.bihar.gov.in.
2- Login using user name and password.
3- Now click on the respective subject and category for TRE-2.0 Result 2023.
4- Now the result will be in front of you, check and download it.

Bihar Public Service Commission had started the online application process for recruitment to about 1.22 lakh posts of primary, secondary and higher secondary teachers from November 5, 2023. Candidates were given 15 days time to apply for this recruitment of BPSC. Also, in primary teacher recruitment, applications were invited only from D.El.Ed candidates. B.Ed pass candidates could apply for upper primary or secondary schools. More than 7 lakh candidates had applied for this recruitment of BPSC. Before the start of Bihar STET result application process, this time a large number of candidates have applied for secondary teacher posts. Last time there were less applications than vacancies in secondary schools.

Those who commit irregularities in exams will be banned for life:
The Commission has decided to take strict action against those candidates who appear for malpractice in the examination or appear as solvers. The Commission has said that those who appear in the examination posing as Munnabhai will be banned for life from appearing in the BPSC examinations. Also, a ban of 5 years will be imposed on the candidate caught in misconduct. Besides, action will also be taken against those who tarnish the image of the Commission and make false complaints.