Bihar Teacher News: In Bihar, BPSC has been given the responsibility for teacher reinstatement. Please tell that BPSC Chairman Atul Prasad has given information about this by holding a press conference on Monday. Actually, the advertisement for the restoration is going to come in the next two to three days. A total of one lakh 70 thousand 461 i.e. about two lakh posts of teachers are going to be recruited soon. The BPSC chairman has informed that the state government had asked to send a recommendation. Only after this the work of the restoration process has started.
Recruitment in middle school on 32 thousand 916 posts
Recruitment will be done for primary, middle and higher secondary government schools of the state. In this, 79 thousand 943 will be admitted in primary schools. Whereas, 32 thousand 916 posts will be recruited for middle school. There will be restoration on 57 thousand 602 posts for higher secondary government schools. To become a teacher in primary schools, it is necessary to have an intermediate pass. Along with this, it is also necessary to have CTET and B.Ed. Apart from this, to become a teacher in middle school, one should have STET and B.Ed along with graduation.
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Main paper will be of 150 marks
To become a teacher in higher secondary government schools, one must have passed graduation, STET and BEd. All the information related to the syllabus has been shared on the website. The exam will be conducted under negative marking only. Eligible candidates will be able to give up to three exams on different dates. Let us tell you that all the posts will be applied together for teacher planning. Main paper will be of 150 marks. Whereas, the exam may be held in August.
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