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BPSC Head Teacher Recruitment 2022: Know exam pattern, syllabus, and complete details

Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) is going to conduct the BPSC Head Teacher 2022 exam in the month of September for 40,506 posts. Check salary, exam pattern, syllabus and more details.



BPSC Head Teacher Recruitment 2022

The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) is going to conduct the BPSC Head Teacher 2022 exam in the month of September. There are total 40,506 posts, which are vacant. The recruitment drive is being conducted to fill all the vacancies, of which 13,761 positions are reserved for females.

There are now 13,761 positions reserved for women in the recruiting drive for the BPSC Head Teacher Recruitment 2022, to fill the vacancies.

The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has announced that the Objective Written Exam for the position of BPSC Head Teacher 2022 will now take place in September 2022, as per the latest official notification by BPSC.

BPSC Head Teacher 2022 Salary

The starting salary for the BPSC Head Teacher in 2022 will be Rs 30,500. Furthermore, according to the state government’s criteria, additional benefits and allowances such as House Rent Allowance, Dearness Allowance, and Travel Allowance will be provided to the selected applicants.

BPSC Head Teacher 2022 Exam pattern

The BPSC Head Teacher 2022 written examination will consist of 150 questions from two sections. These are:

Section I: General Studies

Section II: D.El.Ed.

Every incorrect answer will result in a 0.25 marks deduction.

BPSC Head Teacher 2022 Syllabus  

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Unit 1

Understanding Childhood

Children and their childhood

Dimensions of individual development


Factors affecting adolescence

The contextual reality of adolescence in Bihar

Unit 2

Socialization and the context of school

Inequalities and resistances in society

The difference in learners based on socio-cultural contexts

Understanding of differently-abled learners

Methods of assessing individual differences

Unit 3

Understanding of Identity Formation

School as a site of identity formation for teachers and students

Concept and  Meaning and definitions of education

Constitutional provisions on education that reflect National ideals

Education for National development

Unit 4

Philosophy and Education

Philosophical systems

Indian Thinkers

Western Thinkers

Unit 5

Meaning of equality and constitutional provisions

Prevailing nature and forms of Inequality, including dominant and minor groups and related issues

Inequality in schooling

Differential quality in schooling

Right to Education

Unit 6

Concept & Nature of Learning

Basic Assumptions and analysis of the relevance of Learning Theories Social, Cognitive & Humanistic learning theories

Learning as a process of construction of a Knowledge-Constructivist Approach to learning

Relationship of learning with school performance and ability of the learner

Concept of Motivation

Forgetting classroom learning-meaning and its causes

Meaning of learning to learn skills; ways of developing self-study

Unit 7  

An analysis of teacher’s roles and functions, skills and competencies in the Pre-active phase

Characteristics associated with effective teachers


Decision-making on outcomes

Preparing for instruction

Preparation of a plan, Unit plan and Lesson plan

Unit 8

Motivating the learners and sustaining their attention-importance of stimulus variation and reinforcement as skills

Questioning Illustration and explanation as teacher competencies influencing student learning in the classroom

Strategy of Teaching

Approaches to Small Group and Whole Group Instruction

Unit 9

How children learn a language with special reference to Skinner, Chomsky, Piaget and Vygotsky.

The social and cultural context of language

The political context of language

Language and construction of knowledge

A critical review of Medium of Instruction

Position of Languages in India; articles 343-351, 350A

Unit 10

What are Academic Disciplines? Need/Perspectives of the classification of Human knowledge into disciplines & Subjects

The Philosophical Perspective: Unity and plurality

The Anthropological Perspective: Culture and Tribes

The Sociological Perspective: Professionalization and Division of Labour

 The Historical Perspective: Evolution and Discontinuity

The Management Perspective: Market and organization

The educational Perspective: Teaching and Learning

Research in subject/discipline

What is Interdisciplinary learning?

What criteria can be used for quality assurance of interdisciplinary subiects?

Unit 11

Equity and equality in relation to caste, class, religion, ethnicity, disability and region

The paradigm shift from women’s studies to gender studies

Historical background

Gender, culture and institution

Teacher as an agent of change

Methods, Inductive deductive, lecture, discussion, multilingual, source method observation method, laboratory method, project and problem-solving method and their advantages and limitation and comparisons

Unit 12

Determinants of the curriculum at the nation or statewide level

The concept of the test, measurement, examination, appraisal, evaluation and their inter-relationships

Purpose and objectives of assessment for placement, providing feedbacks grading promotion, certification, diagnosis of learning difficulties

Reporting student’s performance- progress reports, cumulative records’ profiles and their uses, Portfolios

Concept of inclusive school infrastructure and accessibility, human resources’ attitudes to disability, whole-school approach, community-based education

Concept of health, importance, dimensions and determinants of health; Health needs of children and adolescents, including differently-abled children

Understanding peace as a Dynamic Social Reality

Developing Resources in Schools for Guidance

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G20 Summit: NEET Super Speciality exam 2023 rescheduled due to travel restrictions

The National Board of Examination in Medical Science noted that the revised schedule for conduct of NEET -SS 2023 across the country will be notified on NBEMS website.



G20 Summit: NEET Super Speciality exam 2023 rescheduled due to travel restrictions

The National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences, New Delhi has decided to postpone the NEET Super Speciality(SS) 2023 exam owing to the G20 Summit. According to reports, the revised examination dates will be disclosed by the Board in the near future and can be accessed on the official NBE website at natboard.edu.in. 

The National Board of Examination in Medical Sciences was originally scheduled on September 9 and 10, 2023. Nonetheless, these dates have been rescheduled due to the 18th G20 Summit, that was set to be conducted in the national capital from September 8 to 10, 2023.

Issuing a notice, the National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences noted that in wake of the 18th G20 Summit scheduled to be held on 9th and 10th September 2023 in India and consequent travel restrictions which shall now be in place in Delhi from 8th September 2023 to 10th September 2023, the conduct of NEET -SS 2023, that was announced to be held on 9th and 10th September 2023 across the country has been deferred.

In addition, the National Board of Examination in Medical Science noted that the revised schedule for conduct of NEET -SS 2023 across the country will be notified on NBEMS website. It added that in case of further query, the candidates can write to NBEMS at its communication web portal.

As far as reports are concerned, the NEET Super Speciality 2023 examination format will involve a computer-based test. Additionally, multiple subject groups will be examined during either the morning or afternoon shifts on the designated exam days. Reportedly, each of the question papers will consist of a total of 150 questions that have to be completed by the candidates within a duration of 2.5 hours. 

Meanwhile, the government has declared a public holiday in Delhi due to the G20 Summit 2023. The Delhi Traffic Police asserted that there will be a controlled zone across the national capital, but bonafide residents of the area will be allowed passage. The traffic police official added that metro and essential services will operate normally. 

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Delhi government restricts use of mobile phones in schools

The Education Department of the Delhi government has restricted the use of mobile phones in the classroom of all government and private schools.




The Education Department of the Delhi government has restricted the use of mobile phones in the classroom of all government and private schools.

The advisory issued by the Education Department on Thursday has asked the parents to ensure their children do not carry mobile phones to school. It also urged teachers and staff members not to use mobile phones in the school premises, especially where students are involved in learning activities.  

According to the advisory, it pointed out the reason for banning the use of mobile phones in Delhi schools. The advisory highlights the prevalence of mobile phones in daily life and urges reflection on the potential negative consequences of overuse, including depression, anxiety, social isolation, hyperactivity, hypertension, sleep loss, and poor eyesight.

The advisory noted that bullying, harassment, and transmission of explicit images, as well as recording or uploading inappropriate content, can harm a child’s social fabric and future. Additionally, distractions caused by technology can negatively impact academic performance, life satisfaction, face-to-face conversation quality, and connection.

Therefore, the use of mobile phones definitely needs to be regulated in school premises and therefore all stakeholders connected with school education such as students, parents, teachers, and the heads of schools need to arrive at a consensus on the minimum use of mobile phones in their school so that a more meaningful learning atmosphere can be maintained in the classroom which makes for a better ambience and school environment for the students, the advisory said.

It is also mentioned that parents should ensure their children don’t have mobile phones with them while on school grounds. If students bring mobile phones to school, the school administration must arrange for safe and appropriate storage using lockers, other systems, etc.

Mobile phones should strictly not be allowed in the classrooms. Further, teachers and other staff are restrained from using mobiles during teaching-learning activities, especially in classrooms, playgrounds, laboratories and library, etc.

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IIT Guwahati introduces measures for students mental well-being and support

IIT Guwahati has six professionals namely four counselors and two psychiatrists  to help the students in need.



IIT Guwahati

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati welcomed the 2023 batch of students recently. Altogether, 2200 students under multiple programmes have taken admission in the institute. In a special effort this year, the institute conducted a session to help the students manage their personal and academic life in a stress free and efficient manner. Along with the students, the session was also attended by their parents and siblings.

According to reports, the special session helped them to understand the system for mental health support at the institute, facilitated through the Centre for Holistic Well-being. Furthermore, there will be mandatory counseling for all newly admitted BTech students to provide mental support to them and thereby familiarise them with the resources available to them. It is believed that these measures will help them to identify the students requiring support at an early stage. 

Reports further stated that IIT Guwahati has six professionals namely four counselors and two psychiatrists  to help the students in need. The counseling support will be accessible to students on all working days from 9am to 8pm. The student can meet the counselors after class hours if the need arises. In addition, to provide students with adequate social support and a sense of community the institute has initiated a ‘know your neighbours’ campaign. 

According to reports, ice-breaking sessions will also be carried out in the form of an interactive session with freshers at the hotel level. Student counselors at the Centre for Holistic Wellbeing will preside over this. Multiple activities involving sports and cultural boards will also be conducted to keep the students engaged in their free times. These activities will also include motivational talks and the screening of documentaries.

Earlier, IIT Madras had declared a wellness session series for its students, under which the institute planned to carry out multiple initiatives to facilitate every student in an environment filled with harmony and peace. The major objective of the institute was to increase awareness on mental health issues together with addressing and mitigating issues faced by the students.

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