BPSC Teacher Recruitment 2023 for 1,70,461 Vacancies Underway, Know Selection Process
The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has opened applications for the BPSC teacher recruitment 2023. Interested candidates can now apply for teacher positions through the official website of the organization, bpsc.bih.nic.in. The application window for BPSC teacher recruitment started on June 15 and will close on July 12. The BPSC is currently recruiting 1,70,461 primary, upper primary, and secondary school teachers. This recruitment drive offers 79,943 positions for primary teachers (Class 1 to 5), 32,916 positions for TGT teachers (Class 9 to 10), and 57,602 positions for PGT teachers (Classes 11 to 12).
The selection process for BPSC recruitment 2023 involves an objective written test to assess the candidates' knowledge, abilities, and understanding of various subjects related to teaching, including languages, general studies, and subject-specific information. The Bihar secondary teacher examination consists of two papers. Paper 1 carries 100 marks, while Paper 2 carries 120 marks.
Applicants for primary teacher positions must be at least 18 years old, whereas TGT and PGT teachers must be at least 21 years old. Male applicants have a maximum age limit of 37 years, while female candidates have a maximum age limit of 40 years. The upper age limit may be relaxed as per current guidelines.
To apply for BPSC Teacher Recruitment 2023, follow these steps:
- Visit the official website of the Bihar Public Service Commission at bpsc.bih.nic.in.
- Click on the link for BPSC teacher recruitment registration on the homepage.
- Sign up and complete the application form.
- Submit all necessary documents and pay the application fee.
- Submit the teacher recruitment form and print it for future reference.
Meanwhile, in the state capital Patna, hundreds of young individuals protested against the Bihar government's decision to implement the "no domicile" policy, allowing applicants from other states to apply for teaching positions. The Senior Superintendent of Police in Patna, Rajeev Mishra, reported that two FIRs had been filed against the protesters for demonstrating without permission from the authorities. The protesters gathered outside Gandhi Maidan and attempted to move towards Dak Bungalow Square, causing a one-kilometer traffic jam.