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    Bihar teacher 94000 posts requitement 2020.

    Bihar Teacher 94000 posts Recruitment 2020. According to the new program for Bihar's primary teacher, applications will be made from 15 June 2020.

    Bihar Teacher 94000 posts Recruitment 2020: The new schedule for the recruitment of primary teachers has been released by the Department of Education, Government of Bihar, following the instruction given by the Patna High Court. According to the new program for Bihar primary teacher, applications will be made from Monday i.e. June 15, 2020. At the same time, after the High Court's decision, only those candidates who have completed the 18-month D.L.Ed course from Open, passed the State Eligibility Test (TET) or Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) will be able to apply.

    These are the schedule released by Bihar Education Department

    As per the program released by Bihar Education Department, the last date for submission of application has been set as 14 July 2020. After the application process, the merit list will be prepared by the department till July 18 while the publication of merit list will be released on July 23, 2020 after approval by the planning committee. Any kind of objection about merit list Can be lodged from 24 July to 7 August. The education department will publish the merit list by 12 August after the declaration of objections of the candidates. However, after the other prescribed procedures, the scrutiny and appointment of certificates of selected candidates will be given on 31 August 2020.

    Why was the recruitment process stopped?

    Explain that in August 2019, applications were invited for the recruitment of 94000 primary teachers in the government schools of the state by the Education Department of the Government of Bihar. In the midst of the application process, the qualification of the candidates who had completed the 18-month D.El.D course was challenged in the Patna High Court.
    After which the Bihar government had declared invalid on the basis of information received by the Central Government regarding the recognition of this course from NCTE. The High Court had considered the NCTE's rules to be false and qualified the candidates who had been de-qualified.

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