BPSC TRE Result: Candidates are eagerly waiting for the results of the examination conducted recently by Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) for the appointment of teachers on 1.70 lakh vacant posts in primary, secondary and higher secondary schools. Seeing the impatience and anger of the candidates, BPSC President Atul Prasad has also issued a statement on a social site X (Twitter) late on Thursday evening. He said that to release the result of teacher recruitment, the merit list of 43 subjects of 38 districts has to be released. Therefore, candidates should be patient and let us do our work.
Atul Prasad’s statement came
BPSC Chairman Atul Prasad also tweeted late on Thursday evening and talked about the early release of the result and said that the reason for the time being taken was the preparation of 1634 merit lists simultaneously. 43 separate merit lists are being prepared for candidates of different reservation categories and different subjects. Besides, they are being made separately for all the 38 districts. Due to all this, the total number of merit lists has increased to very high, which is taking time to finalize. “Believe it or not, declaration of TRE results involves preparation of 43*38 = 1634 merit lists. Candidates should be patient and let us do our work,” he wrote in his tweet.
Result may come on 15th or 16th October
A senior BPSC official said that the result of the examination conducted for the reinstatement of teachers on 1.70 lakh vacant posts is expected on October 15. The results of all categories will come together. Its preparation is in the final stage. The result will be declared on 15th or 16th October.
Candidates have launched a campaign on social media for the result.
BPSC issued a notice on its website on October 11 saying that the candidates appearing in the written competitive examination conducted for appointment to the post of teachers can now download the OMR sheets till October 15. Earlier it was 10th October. The candidates have started a movement to release the results on social media. More than 25000 tweets were made on social media with the hashtag #BPSC_TRE_RESULT. Education Minister and BPSC Chairman are being tagged in the tweet.
The examination was held from 24 to 26 August
The teacher recruitment examination was conducted from 24 to 26 August in 38 districts of the state. 7.48 lakh applications were made for 79943 vacancies among primary teachers. The Commission had received applications from a total of 8.10 lakh candidates appearing in this examination. 65500 applications were received for 34916 vacancies of secondary teachers (9th to 10th) and 39680 applications were received for 57607 vacancies of higher secondary (11th to 12th). Through this examination, a total of 1,70,461 vacancies of school teachers for classes 1 to 5, classes 9 to 10 and classes 11 to 12 of government schools are to be filled.
Advertisement for appointment of 70 thousand new teachers will come by the end of the month
In the second phase of teacher recruitment, the advertisement for the appointment of about 70 thousand new teachers of middle (6th to 8th), secondary (9th to 10th) and higher secondary schools (11th to 12th) will come by the end of October. This was agreed upon in the meeting of BPSC officials with Education Department officials last Wednesday. In this phase, 31982 teachers will be appointed in middle schools, 18880 teachers in secondary schools and 18830 teachers in higher secondary schools. The Commission will soon start its preparations for this.