BPSC Teacher Recruitment: Notification issued for more than 69 thousand posts, exam pattern has changed a lot since the date of registration.
BPSC TRE Bharti 2023 Phase II: Bihar Public Service Commission has released the official notification for the second phase of teacher recruitment. This time some changes have been made in the exam pattern. Please check here.
Bihar Teacher Recruitment 2023 Notification Release: Bihar Public Service Commission has released the official notification for BPSC Teacher Recruitment 2023 Phase II. Candidates who want to apply for this recruitment process can visit the official website to view the notification and apply from here as well. To do this, Bihar Public Service Commission website address is – bpsc.bih.nic.in. After the recruitment in the first phase, the recruitment process for the second phase has started.
Registration will start from today
The first brief mentioned November 3 as a possible date for the start of registration, which did not happen. As per the new schedule, the registration will start from today i.e. Sunday, November 5, 2023. Apart from this, the rest of the dates have also been changed which are as follows.
Registration and application fee will be submitted from 5 to 14 November 2023. Online applications will start from 10th November 2023 and last date for payment along with registration and late fee is 17th November 2023. Last date to apply online is 25 November 2023.
This time 70,622 posts will be filled through this recruitment campaign. Out of these 69,706 school teacher posts will be filled under Education Department, Bihar. 916 posts will be filled under backward class welfare department. Their category wise details are as follows.
Class 6 to 8 – 16140 Posts
Class 9 & 10 – 18,877 Posts
Class 9 & 10 Special Schools – 270 Posts
Class 11 & 12 – 18577 Posts.
Exam pattern and new changes
The question paper will have questions from three subjects. The first part will be Language (Qualification), which will be of 30 marks. It is a qualifying paper. After that, Part Two i.e. General Studies which will be of 40 marks. Finally, Part III which will be a subject paper and will be of 80 marks.
Talking about the change, this time the exam will be conducted in one day. Merit nature questions have been removed, there is no negative marking and the tie breaker will focus on performance in the exam rather than DOB and initials. This time the DV round will be held before the exam and those who fill the wrong subject combination will not get a chance.