Notice to 741 raising questions on Bihar teacher recruitment results, BPSC may impose ban- CMB College

Notice to 741 raising questions on Bihar teacher recruitment results, BPSC may impose ban

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Bihar Public Service Commission will issue notice to 741 candidates who have raised queries on Bihar Teacher Recruitment Phase I Result. They have to give their explanation within one week of the issue of notice. If the reply is not satisfactory, the commission will take action. It is believed that such candidates may be debarred from appearing in the upcoming BPSC examinations.

A large number of candidates were claiming that they had scored more than the cutoff marks, yet they were not selected for the teaching post. The commission had opened a complaint portal for such candidates. Around 741 candidates registered their objections on the portal. The commission asked all of them to provide facts regarding the allegations along with an affidavit. But none of the candidates who complained gave any facts or affidavits to the Commission. BPSC has taken this issue seriously.

Commission Chairman Atul Prasad tweeted that the commission will take strict action on such cases. These candidates have not only wasted their time but also the time of the Commission. All such 741 candidates will be given notice and action will also be taken against them.

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Schools have been allotted to the teachers of 32 districts
New teachers have been allotted schools from 32 districts of the state selected by the Bihar Public Service Commission. The process of allotment of schools to the teachers of the remaining six districts is being done by the Education Department. Department officials have said that schools will be allotted to teachers in all 38 districts, including Motihari, Mudhabani, by Thursday. The list of district-wise allotted schools is made available on the website of the department. By seeing this, teachers will know which schools they have to go to and contribute to. The teachers will contribute to their respective schools after getting the appointment letters from their district education officer’s office.

The head teacher of the school will support the new teachers. Additional Chief Secretary of the Department KK Pathak has a clear instruction that all the new teachers will have to pay their contribution by November 21 in any case. So that when the schools open after the Chhath holidays, they start teaching all the children. One lakh and ten thousand teachers of the state have received temporary appointment letters and are being allotted schools.

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