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60% से कम CTET अंक वालों की होगी छुट्टी: बिहार शिक्षा विभाग ने शुरू की तैयारी

The Bihar Education Department is cracking down on teachers who were appointed outside the state quota and whose Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) score falls below 60%. These teachers have been issued show cause notices questioning their eligibility for the position. The notices highlight a mismatch between the qualifying score (80% as per the Bihar Public Service Commission) and the appointees’ CTET results. While some relaxation in marks applies, it is only valid for Bihar residents. The teachers now have three days to respond to the notices and justify why their appointments shouldn’t be revoked. This development raises questions about the number of teachers affected, the response process, and the potential consequences of appointment cancellation.

60% से कम CTET अंक वालों की होगी छुट्टी: बिहार शिक्षा विभाग ने शुरू की तैयारी Home_3.1

  • The Bihar Education Department is issuing show-cause notices to teachers who were appointed outside the state quota and have a CTET score below 60%.
  • The notices state that the teachers’ qualification is not appropriate for a school teacher.
  • The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) had issued a notification stating that candidates who scored less than 80% in the CTET exam are not eligible for appointment.
  • The notice also states that the benefit of relaxation in marks is only for Bihar residents.
  • The Bihar Education Department is asking the teachers to show cause within three days as to why their candidature should not be cancelled and their provisional appointment letters revoked.

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