Application Period For 40,506 Head Teacher Positions at BPSC Ends Today

The deadline to submit an application for head teacher positions with the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) is today. By going to onlinebpsc.bihar.gov.in, interested candidates can access the official website and submit an application. A total of 40506 head teacher positions will be filled in the department through this recruitment drive, 13,761 of which are designated for female candidates. The application process for the BPSC Recruitment has been broken down into steps for the candidates' convenience.

Candidates should be no older than 60 years old.

Candidates who fall under the general category must pay an application fee of Rs. 750.

Candidates who fall under the OBC, SC, ST, or PH categories must pay Rs. 200.

Education Qualification:-

Graduation from any accredited university with a minimum grade point average of 50%.

The minimum required marks for candidates who are SC/ST/EBC/BC/Differently Abled/Female and EWS will be relaxed by 5%.

Both the degree of Shastri from Kameshwar Singh Darbhanga Sanskrit University and the degree of "Aalim" from Maulana Mazharul Haque Arbi & Persian University in Patna, Bihar, will be regarded as being equivalent to graduation.

Having qualified D.El.Ed/ B.T/ B.Ed./ B.A.Ed/ B.Sc.Ed/ B.L.Ed.

Having passed the Teachers Eligibility Test is a requirement for teachers hired in 2012 or later. Teachers hired prior to 2012 must also pass the Efficiency Examination.

How To Apply:-

Step 1: Candidates must go to onlinebpsc.bihar.gov.in to the official website in order to apply for the positions.

Step 2: Next, select the Apply Online link on the homepage.

Step 3: After that, applicants must register and complete an application.

Step 4: Pay the application fee in step 4 to continue.

Step 5: Submit and print the page for your records.

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