Solely 3.22% lecturers in Bihar clear the examination for headmasters


In line with the outcomes introduced by the Bihar Public Service Fee (BPSC) on Thursday, solely 3.22% lecturers who appeared for the first-time examination for the publish of headmaster (HM) in authorities colleges may make the minimize.

Of the 6,421 vacancies launched for the publish of HM, solely 421 may qualify, which signifies that round 97% of the posts would nonetheless stay vacant.

Officers stated that the OMR sheets of 87 candidates had been canceled by BPSC as a result of they didn’t refer the query paper sequence, whereas 12,547 candidates couldn’t safe the minimal eligible marks, belonging to unreserved class and economically backward higher castes. was 40% for, 36.5%. For Backward Courses, 34% for Extraordinarily Backward Courses and 32% for SC/ST, Ladies and Bodily Handicapped.

The training division had final yr determined to create separate cadres of headmasters in major colleges and headmasters in increased secondary colleges, who can be appointed to enhance the standard of training and administration via aggressive examinations.

Nonetheless, the outcomes have been disappointing as the primary Trainer Eligibility Check (TET) carried out by Bihar in 2011, when the move share was solely 2.81%. It was even decrease for ladies, with a move share of simply 1.57%.

Bihar Secondary Academics Affiliation president Kedarnath Pandey stated that he would request the federal government to scale back the cut-off marks to accommodate extra lecturers, in any other case the very goal of conducting the examination can be defeated. “The questions requested within the examination had been very powerful and likewise out of syllabus. Additionally, lecturers didn’t get sufficient time,” he stated.




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