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BPSC Teacher Recruitment: Patna High Court put a stay on Bihar teacher recruitment TRE 3, BPSC was going to conduct the exam next month..

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At this time, big news related to the Bihar teacher recruitment exam is coming out, and the Patna High Court has put a stay on the BPSC Bihar Teacher Recruitment Exam TRE 3 for the time being. Let us tell you, that BPSC had issued recruitment for a total of 87722 posts in TRE 3. For the first time, the exam was canceled in March due to a question paper leak. Now before the re-exam, Patna High Court has put a stay.

At the same time, Patna High Court has also put a stay on the matter of giving weightage to guest teachers of Plus 2 schools. The court has ordered to give 5 marks based on each year and a maximum of 25 marks weightage based on 5 years. The court said that teachers of backward and extremely backward departments are getting weightage. In BPSC teacher recruitment, they are getting a weightage of 5 marks based on each year.

BPSC was considering taking the exam from June 20
The court said that both are teachers and both do the work of teaching. Guest teachers of the education department should also get weightage. Let us tell you, in this regard, the guest teachers had appealed to the Patna High Court, after which the court ordered to give weightage to the guest teachers of the education department as well. Let us tell you, a total of 5.25 lakh candidates have filled out the form in TRE-3. BPSC was considering taking the exam on June 20.

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Teacher recruitment TRE 3 papers were leaked
The examination for the third phase of teacher recruitment was conducted by BPSC in both shifts on March 15. Its paper was leaked. During this, it was found that more than 270 candidates were being made to memorize the answers to the question paper in several rooms of a hotel in Hazaribagh as well as in a marriage hall. The question paper seized from the spot was matched with the question paper received from the BPSC office, which was found to be identical.

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