BPSC school teacher phase 2 registration begins from November 3; TRE exam dates announced

BPSC warned of legal action against ineligible candidates who fail to submit clarification before November 7. BPSC school teacher cut-offs 2023 declared.


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BPSC TRE second phase recruitment exam 2023 will be held between December 7 to 10. (Image: Pexels)BPSC TRE second phase recruitment exam 2023 will be held between December 7 to 10. (Image: Pexels)

Anu Parthiban | October 30, 2023 | 09:52 AM IST

NEW DELHI: Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has announced the second phase of school teacher recruitment of elementary and secondary schools. The BPSC TRE result 2023 was declared subject-wise in phases for Class 1-12 at the official website, bpsc.bih.nic.in. The BPSC teacher cut-off along with the date was subsequently released for all categories.

As per the schedule, BPSC school teacher phase 2 registration for elementary trained teachers, secondary and higher secondary will be conducted from November 3 to 14. The BPSC phase 2 TRE exams will be held tentatively from December 7 to 10.

In case of any objection related to the BPSC TRE results 2023, candidates will be able to submit their grievances from October 29 to November 12 through the BPSC login at onlinebpsc.bihar.gov.in or bpsc.bih.nic.in.

The commission has asked all candidates who were found ineligible during document verification and those who were marked absent during the BPSC school teacher recruitment examination to submit an explanation through email by November 7 as to why the act should not be considered as misconduct.

It said that despite giving ample opportunity to make corrections and upload the correct documents, several applicants have submitted incorrect applications. Due to which, the recruitment process was disrupted and resulted in wastage of manpower and time.

In case such candidates fail to submit clarification before the deadline, “it will be assumed that you have nothing to say in this regard and the commission will be free to take legal action against you”.

The commission instructed candidates to upload documents by October 30 if the ones submitted already are incorrect or unreadable.

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