Bihar Public Service Commission has banned 171 teacher candidates for one year and 413 for three years. These candidates had made baseless and misleading allegations on the result of (TRE-1). Explanation was sought from these candidates by the Commission, after which this action was taken. These candidates will no longer be able to appear in any examination conducted by the Commission. Bihar Public Commission said in the order issued that after the publication of the result of TRE-1, some candidates had contacted the Commission by telephone and in person and informed that despite their score being more than the cutoff of the published result, they had not been selected. In this regard, the Commission sought online objections along with affidavits and evidence from 29 November to 12 December.
Objection applications were received from 1756 candidates. Investigation found that out of these, 741 applications were submitted without affidavit. After the Commission sought clarification, no reply was given from 413 candidates. BPSC has said that an attempt has been made by these candidates to hide the failure and tarnish the image of the commission. All BPSC examinations have been banned for the next three years.
1965 candidates successful in Bihar Teacher Recruitment 9th and 10th SST, cutoff of this subject reached 102
If 171 admitted its mistake, it was banned for one year.
Clarification was submitted to the Commission on behalf of 171 candidates, in which it was told that they had committed a mistake unknowingly. It was said that due to failure in the examination, he could not give the affidavit due to extreme pressure and nervousness. Some said that they did not upload the affidavit by mistake. Considering the mistake, a request was made to exempt him from explanation. BPSC banned all these candidates for one year.