BPSC TRE Phase 2- What is the role of 30+40+80 formula in Bihar Teacher Recruitment Exam?

Bihar BPSC Teacher Recruitment 2023: Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) had released the notification for school teacher vacancies some time ago. Now application forms for recruitment will be filled from 10th November. More than 69,000 vacancies will be filled through this recruitment for the posts of Middle School (Class 6 to 8), Secondary School (Class 9 and 10), and Higher Secondary School (Class 11 and 12). Candidates who are going to appear in this recruitment exam should know the pattern of the exam.

Let us tell you, BPSC has released the Bihar Teacher Exam Pattern on its official website bpsc.bih.nic.in. Candidates should be well aware of BPSC Teacher Syllabus and Exam Pattern before starting their preparation. Let us tell you, the examination pattern in this vacancy is based on the formula of 30+40+80. Let us understand what this formula is.

Talking about the exam pattern, the exam will be conducted for total paper 150 marks in teacher recruitment. In which the question paper will be prepared on the basis of the formula of 30+40+80. The examination is divided into three parts (Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3).

Part 1 of the exam will have questions of 30 marks. In which questions will be asked from English and Hindi language. Apart from this, questions from the candidates who will take Urdu and Bengali language subjects will also be included in the examination.

There will be a total of 40 questions in Part 2. There will be questions from General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Mathematics, Reasoning, General Science, Social Science, Geography and Environment. After this, there will be a total of 80 questions in Part 3. In which questions will be asked from Mathematics, Math, Science, Social Science, Hindi, Urdu, Sanskrit and English.

A total of 69,706 posts will be recruited in the vacancy released by Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC). In this, a total of 31982 posts will be recruited for middle school teacher i.e. class 6 to 8. Apart from this, a total of 18877 posts of TGT teacher will be recruited. At the same time, candidates will be selected for a total of 18577 posts of PGT Teacher.

– See PDF file below to see complete pattern of exam