In Bihar, there’s some exciting news in the field of education. The BPSC (Bihar Public Service Commission) conducted a test to hire teachers in 2023. This was the first part of the selection process in which 88% of the people who took the test passed! It means most of the candidates did really well in this test.
This remarkable achievement has opened the doors for the appointment of a record-breaking 1.20 lakh teachers in the state, making it a historic moment for education in India.
Kanhaiya Prasad Srivastava, the Director of Secondary Education, in Bihar, shared the exciting news, stating that appointment letters for approximately 1.20 lakh teachers will be issued on November 2, 2023.
This massive recruitment drive marks the first time in the country’s history that such a significant number of teachers will be appointed simultaneously.
Moreover, in a move aimed at enhancing the quality of education and addressing the pressing need for educators, the issuance of appointment letters has already commenced.
According to the District Education Officer, a total of 3,689 teachers are set to receive their official letters of appointment in the Bhagalpur district, signifying the commitment of the state towards strengthening its educational infrastructure.
Notably, the BPSC Teacher Recruitment Examination for 2023, in its first phase, has yielded an overwhelming response, reflecting the enthusiasm and determination of candidates to contribute to the educational sector.
This positive trend isn’t limited to a single district, as reports suggest that recommendations for approximately 2,825 teacher posts have been received in the Araria district, demonstrating the widespread demand for quality educators across the state.
The Bihar Public Service Commission’s efforts in conducting a comprehensive and transparent selection process have been pivotal in achieving this milestone.
The successful candidates and the imminent influx of new teachers will undoubtedly play a crucial role in shaping the future of education in Bihar, helping bridge the gap in teacher shortages and providing quality education to students across the state.
This momentous achievement in teacher recruitment signifies a significant step forward in Bihar’s commitment to education and its vision for a brighter future.