BPSC High School Teacher: Selection Process
The selection process for the BPSC High School Teacher position involves a written examination, which consists of two parts: Part-I and Part-II. There is no interview conducted, and candidates are directly appointed based on their performance in the written exam.
Part-I: Language Paper
The Language Paper is qualifying in nature and is divided into two parts: Paper-I and Paper-II.
Paper-I: English Language
Total of 25 questions carrying 25 marks.
Paper-II: Hindi Language / Urdu Language / Bangla Language
Candidates need to select one language from Hindi, Urdu, or Bangla.
Consists of 75 questions carrying 75 marks.
Part-II: Subject & General Studies Paper
Part-II consists of two sections: Subject Paper and General Studies Paper.
Candidates have to choose one subject from the following options: Hindi, Bengali, Urdu, Sanskrit, Arabic, Persian, English, Science, Mathematics, and Social Science.
Part-I (Subject Paper) consists of 80 questions carrying 80 marks.
General Studies Paper:
The General Studies Paper is based on the syllabus of Secondary School.Questions in this paper will be related to Elementary Mathematics, General Awareness, General Science, Indian National Movement, and Geography.
Part-II consists of 40 questions carrying 40 marks.
Points To Be Noted:
The written examination for all school teachers will be subject-specific and multiple-choice (MCQ-based).
Negative marking will be given for each wrong answer
Candidates can choose any one subject in which they have passed the Teacher Eligibility Test.
If the candidate has passed the Teacher Eligibility Test in one or more subjects, even in that case the candidate can choose only one subject as per his/her wish.
Candidates from the general category (UR) must obtain a minimum of 40%,
Candidates from the backward class (OBC) must obtain a minimum of 36.5%,marks
Candidates from the extremely backward class (EBC) must obtain a minimum of 34%, marks
Candidates from scheduled caste (SC)/scheduled tribe (ST), must obtain a minimum of 32% marks
women, and disabled (divyang) candidates must obtain a minimum of 32% marks
in the written examination. Otherwise, they will be disqualified from
Interview: Interview will not be taken in this.
Merit List:- On the basis of the result of the written examination, the Commission will prepare a provisional merit list of the successful candidates. In case of equal total marks in written examination (objective) first in age and in case of equality in age, the candidate whose name is alphabetically in Devanagari script will be given preference.
Application Process and Allocation of Teacher Posts and Districts
i) In the event of applying for more than one teacher’s posts in the light of the published advertisement, they will submit only one online application indicating the priority of the cadres according to their prescribed educational qualification and age. The preference of different categories of school teacher as per the qualification of all the candidates has to be entered in the online application.
ii) According to the order of merit, only one post will be allotted to the successful candidates on the basis of preference given by them for school teacher and availability of vacancy. After allotment of any one preference category, candidature will not be considered in the remaining categories, on which the candidate will not have any objection. A declaration to this effect will have to be made by the candidate in his/her online application.
iii) Candidates will have to give preference of three districts in descending order at the time of applying. District will be allotted to the successful candidates on the basis of preference and merit given for the district. According to the merit of the candidate, in case of non-receipt of any of the three preferences, he will be allotted the district with the vacant post according to the English alphabet.
iv) After the selection of the finally successful candidates, after the appointment of the selected candidates, the posting will be done by the District Education Officer in the concerned district on the basis of Merit-cum-choice, but if there is no vacancy in the school of preference on the basis of merit, the available vacancy According to this, posting can be done in any school.
(i) A candidate can participate in the examination a maximum of 03 (three) times.
(ii) The Commission will not provide the right to the recommendation appointment until the satisfaction of the Administrative Department, after checking all the necessary documents, that the candidate is suitable for appointment as a school teacher in all respects.
Candidates should note:
(iii) The Commission will assess the eligibility of the candidates based on their self-declaration related to qualifications mentioned in the advertised online application form for the school teacher.
(a) The level and detailed curriculum of subjects are available on the Commission’s website www.bpsc.bih.nic.in.
(b) In view of the applications received in response to the Commission’s advertisement, action will be taken to conduct the examination considering the claims made by the candidates regarding academic, professional qualifications, Teacher Eligibility Test, and other qualifications as true. After the Commission prepares the final merit list, the Department of Education will verify the authenticity of the claims made by the candidates in their eligibility application at their level. After verification of the claims made by the applicants and their submitted documents, the merit list can be modified by the Administrative/Education Department.