BPSC TRE 2023: Chairman Atul Prasad said, it is necessary to pass STET for the subject for which you are applying.

BPSC TRE 2023: Chairman Atul Prasad said, it is necessary to pass STET for the subject for which you are applying.

BPSC Phase 2 School Teacher Recruitment 2023: Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) today started the process of filling the online application form for Phase 2 of Bihar School Teacher Recruitment Examination from November 10, and will continue till November 25, 2023. Interested and eligible candidates can fill the application form by visiting the official website bpsc.bih.nic.in and onlinebpsc.bihar.gov.in.

While the last date to pay the application fee is 14 November 2023, late fee can be paid from 15 November to 17 November 2023. This recruitment drive is for a total of 69,706 posts of School Teachers under Education Department, Bihar and 916 posts in Backward Class Welfare Department.

For the candidates who are applying for this recruitment, BPSC Chairman Atul Prasad has shared some important things through Twitter.

President Atul Prasad has tweeted that candidates can apply only in that subject in which they have passed STET i.e. State Teacher Eligibility Test. This selection of subject cannot be done on the basis of age relaxation. Similarly, “other” meant “other subject”. Candidates should not be under any kind of confusion.

The pattern of BPSC exam will be like this

BPSC has released the Bihar Teacher Exam Pattern on its official website bpsc.bih.nic.in. Candidates should be well aware of BPSC Teacher Syllabus and Exam Pattern before starting their preparation. Let us tell you, the examination pattern in this vacancy is based on the formula of 30+40+80. Let us understand what this formula is.

Talking about the exam pattern, the exam will be conducted for total paper 150 marks in teacher recruitment. In which the question paper will be prepared on the basis of the formula of 30+40+80. The examination is divided into three parts (Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3).

Part 1 of the exam will have questions of 30 marks. In which questions will be asked from English and Hindi language. Apart from this, questions from the candidates who will take Urdu and Bengali language subjects will also be included in the examination.

There will be a total of 40 questions in Part 2. There will be questions from General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Mathematics, Reasoning, General Science, Social Science, Geography and Environment. After this, there will be a total of 80 questions in Part 3. In which questions will be asked from Mathematics, Math, Science, Social Science, Hindi, Urdu, Sanskrit and English.

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