BPSC: Process of recruitment of 6000 headmasters started in Bihar, know how many posts in which category and district

BPSC: Process of recruitment of 6000 headmasters started in Bihar, know how many posts in which category and district

BPSC Teacher Vacancy: The Education Department has sent the requisition to the General Administration for the appointment of 6061 headmasters of secondary-higher secondary schools of Bihar. BPSC will release the appointment advertisement soon. 1340 will remain unreserved. 1283 posts are reserved for SC, 128 for ST, 1595 for Extremely Backward Class, 1139 for Backward Class and 576 for Economically Weaker Section. There will be recruitment on 765 posts in Patna division, 611 in Saran, 1361 in Tirhut, 815 in Darbhanga, 385 in Kosi, 696 in Purnia, 289 in Bhagalpur, 536 in Munger and 603 in Magadh division.

Minimum of eight years of continuous service is mandatory for the post of Secondary Teacher and minimum four years for the post of Higher Secondary Teacher. Those teaching in private schools require 12 years of experience in secondary and ten years of experience in higher secondary.

BPSC is running without a permanent chairman

After the end of the tenure of former Chairman of Bihar Public Service Commission Atul Prasad, the permanent Chairman has not been appointed till now. Atul Prasad's tenure ended on 12 February. After this, a member has been entrusted with the responsibility of performing the duties of the Chairman. He also retired two days ago. Even after this, another member has been given the opportunity to fulfill the duties of the Chairman. However, due to the absence of a permanent president, there are difficulties in taking many types of administrative and academic decisions. At the same time, the Commission has the big responsibility of conducting many big examinations on time and giving results. Recently, he has the responsibility of conducting the third phase of teacher appointment examination. Apart from this, examinations are to be held for many types of vacancies including the appointment of principals in schools. The former chairman has brought the Commission's examinations back on track. To maintain it, it is necessary to have a permanent president to take the right decisions at the right time. Here, Secretary of the Commission, Ravi Bhushan said that due to the presence of a permanent Chairman, guidelines are provided to complete the work on time under the right guidance. Many big examinations are yet to be conducted. Preparations for this are going on.

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