Teacher unions protest against the syllabus of Bihar teacher reinstatement exam, saying the provision of negative marking is wrong


Patna. BPSC has released the syllabus for the recruitment of teachers in government schools of Bihar. As soon as the syllabus was released, the teachers and the candidates started a ruckus. Dipankar Gaurav, state president of the Bihar Elementary Youth Teachers Association, said that a provision for negative marking has been made in the examination conducted by the BPSC for teacher reinstatement, which is wrong. In the syllabus, more focus has been given on General Studies questions in which negative marking will cause problems to the examinees.

The government is deliberately bringing such rules, so that the seats remain vacant

Dipankar alleged that the government is deliberately imposing such rules so that the seats remain vacant in teacher recruitment. In the past, BPSC had also conducted the exam for the posts of Principal, in which there was a provision of negative marking. Only 421 candidates were able to pass in the examination held for 6421 seats. The education department could not find qualified candidates for the posts of six thousand headmasters.

BPSC released syllabus on the website

Let us tell you that the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) released the syllabus for the appointment of teachers on Saturday. The Commission has published the details of subject wise syllabus and structure of examination etc. on its website. www.bpsc.bih.nic.in uploaded on. For primary school teachers only general studies and for secondary and higher secondary schools general studies along with the subject has been taken.

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There will be negative marking

The questions in the exam will be objective type and multiple choice and there will be negative marking. The commission will soon publish the advertisement and invite online applications. It may be noted that 1.78 lakh teachers of primary, secondary and higher secondary schools are to be appointed.

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