Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) will start applications for the second phase of teacher appointment examination from November 10. The last date for online application is 25th November. Candidates can register till 14th November without late fee and till 17th November with late fee. Let us tell you that the process of online registration for the application is going on from November 5. BPSC official said that there is a difference between registration and application. Basic information has been asked for during registration. At the same time, other information will have to be filled in the application along with scanned copies of all the documents. The exam will be held from 7th to 10th December. The result will be released by the end of this year.
Recruitment will be done on so many posts
70,622 teachers will be appointed through this examination. Of these, 69706 posts are for middle (31982 posts from 6th to 8th), secondary (18877 posts from 9th to 10th), secondary (279 posts in special schools) and higher secondary (18577 posts from 11th to 12th) in the schools run under the Education Department. Belongs to teachers. At the same time, there are 916 posts of primary (234 posts from 1st to 5th), secondary (248 posts from 9th to 10th), higher secondary (403 posts from 11th to 12th) teachers in the schools run under the Backward Class and Extremely Backward Class Welfare Department. And applications will be made for the post of 31 head teachers.
The application fee is Rs 750 for each exam. AC, ST and women and disabled candidates will have to pay an application fee of Rs 200. If a candidate applies for class 6th to 8th, 9th to 10th and 11th to 12th then they will have to pay Rs 2250. At the same time, if the candidates apply for the posts of teachers and principal in the Backward and Most Backward Class Welfare Department, they will have to pay around Rs 4,000.
Subject combination column is not to be filled
In the second phase of teacher appointment, students will not need to fill the subject combination, rather the subject combination they have filled in their application will be automatically taken by the system. The candidate will have to choose the same subject combination in the question booklet series which is filled in the form. For convenience, the subject combination will also be printed on the admit card. There will be a similar arrangement with the subject code of language papers.
There will be no chance for correction after submitting the form.
Before submitting the form, applicants can correct the information filled in it, but after submitting the form, applicants will not get a chance to make corrections. In such a situation, the applicants will have to do a fresh registration and pay the fee afresh and fill the form. BPSC Secretary Ravibhushan said that after November 25, the date of application will not be extended under any circumstances nor will any chance be given later to correct the wrong information. Therefore, in case of mistakes, correct them in time by filling a new form.
vacancy will increase
BPSC official said that 50 thousand more vacancies will be added in TRE-2. The total number of vacancies will increase to 1.20 lakh. These vacancies will come from the education department only. Till Thursday, about 1.50 lakh registrations were done in TRE-2.
Appearing candidates will not be able to take the exam
The desired qualification to appear in the examination, be it training related qualifications like B.Ed and D.El.Ed, qualifications like Graduation and PG or qualifications like CTET and STET, the candidate will have to complete it by 25th November which is the last day to submit the form. The certificates issued till the same day will be accepted and appearing candidates will not be able to appear for the examination.
The tiebreaker rule changed
In the case of equal marks in the first phase of teacher appointment, the age of the applicants was first considered and in case of equality, preference was given to the name according to the English alphabet, but this time, in case of a tie, the candidates having the subject in Part 3 were given priority. The marks obtained in the questions will be used as a scale. In case of equal marks in the subject, the marks obtained in the qualifying part of Part 1 will be taken as the basis and those who get more marks will be selected. There too, if the marks are equal and the age is also equal, then the first digit of the English alphabet of the name will be taken as the basis and a place will be given in the merit list and selection will be done.
Exam in two shifts if there are more candidates
If there are more candidates, the examination will be conducted in two shifts. In this, there will be examination of men in the first shift and women in the second. The center for women candidates will also be outside their home district. Efforts will be made to give it in the Home Division. However, this may not happen in subjects with less candidates.