Education Department has planned the schedule and sent it to all the planning units and has given the orders to plan the process of recruitment in the sixth phase.Approximately 40 thousand secondary as well as High School teachers will be recruited very soon.
The meeting was held under the Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on 29th June 2019 and announced that 32 Thousand Vacancy is vacant in School of Bihar. The online form filling process for 32 Thousand Vacancy of Teacher in Bihar School will be started in this month.
On 29th June, Vice Secretary of the Department, Mr Arshad Firoz has ordered all the District Council and Urban planning Units to prepare a list of all vacant and other posts. From 27th August to 26th September the applications for the same will be taken. It is important for the Planning Units to complete this listing work in the sixth phase till 9th August. Before this, a training session will be organized for district-level government officers on 3rd August whereas training for Officers related to the planning of this recruitment will be organized on 6th August.[divider]Also Read- Lesser known facts about Rashtrakavi ‘Dinkar’[/divider]
It is important to know that post for the teachers of Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Botany, Mathematics, Hindi, English and Art are vacant in +2 Schools. For secondary schools, post for teacher of Science, Mathematics, English, etc are vacant. Posts of Computer, Dance, Music, Fine Arts, and Physical Education teachers are also vacant and govt. is looking forward to recruiting.
After the fourth and fifth phase of the recruitment process of 1000 Computer teacher, the rest vacant seats will be recruited in this phase. It is compulsory to have a degree of B-Ed. to apply for the post of computer teacher. Untrained teachers will not be able to apply for the same. Minimum age of applicants should be 21. Special 10 years benefit and reservation of 4% will be given specially- able applicant. General category applicants of the economically weaker section will be getting 10% reservation.
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