TRE Result: BPSC debars 59 candidates for fake certificates, asks clarification on 'allegations'

BPSC TRE Result 2023: Debarred candidates and 741 others have been given time till November 30 to submit clarification on certificates and ‘baseless’ allegations.


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BPSC received a total of 1,756 complaints against the BPSC TRE results 2023. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)BPSC received a total of 1,756 complaints against the BPSC TRE results 2023. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)

Anu Parthiban | November 17, 2023 | 05:38 PM IST

NEW DELHI: Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has debarred 59 candidates who submitted wrong information regarding qualification for the teacher recruitment examination (BPSC TRE 2023). The list of debarred candidates were announced after the Bihar education department confirmed the fake certificates submitted by shortlisted candidates.

Such candidates have been given a 15 days time period to submit a clarification on “why they shouldn’t be debarred from the exam for the next 5 years?” The clarification has to be sent to the commission’s official website, or to the email ID by November 30.

The BPSC informed that it received a total of 1,756 complaints against the BPSC TRE results 2023. Out of which, 1,015 candidates have submitted affidavits and the remaining 741 have not submitted without any evidence. It has also published the roll number of such candidates along with the debarred applicants.

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“All the 741 candidates, who have lodged their objections without affidavit and evidence, have wasted the precious time of the Commission in violation of the Commission's order. An attempt has been made to tarnish the image of the Commission by making unnecessary and baseless allegations against it. The Commission is forced to take a decision against this act of yours,” the official statement read.

A day ago, the BPSC chairman Atul Prasad also warned of legal action against those who fail to submit an explanation. “All such cases of frivolous complaints will be dealt with sternly,” he said.

The commission has also given them an opportunity to submit a clarification on the official website,, by 5 pm on November 30.

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