BPSC Bihar 1.70 Lakh Teacher Recruitment: What will happen to B.Ed people after SC’s decision? BPSC made it clear

BPSC Bihar 1.70 Lakh Teacher Recruitment: What will happen to B.Ed people after SC’s decision?  BPSC made it clear

Recruitment of more than 1.70 lakh teachers in Bihar will be done on time. This announcement was made by Bihar Public Service Commission Chairman Atul Prasad on Sunday. He had said that there is no plan to stop this recruitment as of now. But he has said in a fresh tweet on Monday that conducting teacher recruitment exams on time and disqualification of some candidates are two different things. The decision given by the Supreme Court last week will not affect the recruitment of teachers but it cannot be said about the disqualification of the candidates that they will not be affected. He has advised the candidates that the candidates should be realistic in estimating for the sake of their best interest. They should guess based on reality.

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Let us tell you that many B.Ed degree holder candidates have also applied for primary teachers in teacher recruitment in Bihar. In such a situation, the candidates are confused whether this statement of the Chairman of BPSC is indicating somewhere about their disqualification in the recruitment. After the tweet of the chairman of BPSC, many candidates are asking in response that what you want to say, say it clearly. Let us tell you that on Friday, the Supreme Court had decided that now those with B.Ed degree will not be eligible to teach class I to V. This decision of the Supreme Court came when the recruitment of more than 1.70 lakh teachers in Bihar is going to be held after 10 days. In which more than 85 thousand primary teachers are also included. Now after the decision of the court, many candidates of primary school recruitment have become confused, because some candidates had B.Ed degree and some had both B.Ed and D.El.Ed degree.

Earlier, Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) chairman Atul Prasad had said that the Bihar teacher recruitment exam will be conducted across the state from August 24 to August 26 on its scheduled time. Candidates should not be confused by the recent Supreme Court order disqualifying B.Ed degree holders in the recruitment of primary teachers. Atul Prasad ji told that as of now, there is no reason to stop the exam for primary teachers.Government should take a policy decision on this matter and we have not yet received any message in this matter, which means that the exam will be held now. continues.

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