BPSC to Hire 62 teachers for Simultala Residential School; Registration opens on April 25

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Candidates will be sought out by BPSC for Teacher roles. Those who meet the requirements can apply starting on April 25. At Simultala Residential School in Jamui, the Bihar Public Service Commission will be hiring people for the position of Secondary and Higher Secondary Teacher. The deadline for registering is May 16, 2024, with the procedure opening on April 25.

62 positions within the company will be filled by this recruitment effort. Applicants can access the application link at bpsc.bih.nic.in, the official website of BPSC, for the post.

Details of the Vacancies mention 41 positions for Secondary School Teachers; 21 positions for Higher Secondary School Teachers

The following link will allow candidates to verify the age restriction and educational requirements before applying for the aforementioned positions: https://www.bpsc.bih.nic.in/Notices/NB-2024-03-13-05.pdf

Procedure for Selection
The selection procedure will consist of an interview, a main exam, and a preliminary exam. There will be 120 questions in the preliminary exam, which has a 2-hour duration. There will be two shifts for the main test. There will be 300-point questions in each shift, which will last for two hours. The interview phase will carry 100 points.

Application Cost
For the aforementioned vacancy, candidates must submit Rs. 200 as a biometric fee. The following costs are necessary for the various reservation categories:-
The fees are as follows: ₹600 for general candidates; ₹150 for candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe of Bihar State; ₹150 for all female candidates (reserved or not); ₹150 for candidates who are permanent residents of Bihar State; ₹150 for candidates who are handicapped (40 percent or more); ₹600 for all other candidates.

Prospective candidates may visit the BPSC website for additional pertinent information.

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