BPSC teacher recruitment exam completed, results next month, see candidates’ reactions to questions

BPSC teacher recruitment exam completed, results next month, see candidates’ reactions to questions

The Teacher Recruitment Examination conducted by BPSC ended on Saturday. The results of class one to fifth, secondary and higher secondary will be released in the last week of September. Only the results of B.Ed candidates of class one to fifth will come after the order of the Supreme Court. Here, a total of 43 copyists were caught in the examination which lasted for three days. Of these, action was taken against 16 whose biometric data was found to be completely mismatched. On the third and last day, on Saturday, it was organized in two shifts in four districts of the state. 110 centers were made for the examination. Commission Secretary Ravi Bhushan told that 84 thousand 500 candidates including secondary and higher secondary appeared in the examination. A total of seven copycats were identified on the third day as well. Investigation is going on on these. On the last day, there was the examination of secondary in the first shift and higher secondary in the second.

The teacher recruitment exam was held from 24 to 26 August. The exam was conducted at 876 centers in 38 districts. 8 lakh candidates appeared in this examination. The secretary informed that three level security systems were implemented during this examination. In these, live CCTV monitoring was done at the examination center, district level and BPSC command control center. Besides this, two stage biometric verification was also done to prevent impersonation. The admit card and OMR sheet in the examination were digitally embedded with fingerprints and facial recognition of the candidate. The commission expressed its gratitude to all the associates of BPSC for the successful completion of this important examination.

Question according to the syllabus: Speaker

The level of questions in both the shifts was mixed. Some candidates said that the questions were asked according to the syllabus. While some said that the questions were not according to the syllabus. Here, on the whole matter, the chairman of the commission, Atul Prasad tweeted that the questions were set from the experts of the subject. It was as per the syllabus. On the other hand, Guru Rahman, an expert in competitive exams, told that the question papers were of normal level as compared to the first day. If the entire question paper is assessed, then the question papers were of the level of class 9th to 10th only. If we talk about Saturday’s exam, then the cutoff is 70- It is estimated to be 75 percent.

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