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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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UP Board releases preparation tips for Class 10, 12 board exams, check here

Students can check the preparation tips on the official website of UPMSP at upmsp.edu.in.



UP Board Exam

The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) has released the preparation tips for students appearing for Class 10 and Class 12 board exams. Students can check the preparation tips on the official website of UPMSP at upmsp.edu.in.

The board has released guidelines and tips for Maths, Chemistry, Biology, English and Hindi. Have a look at the preparation tips for the Class 10 and Class 12 board exams.

Tips for preparation for board exams

  • Do check the latest syllabus and model paper on the official website of the UP Board i.e. www.upmsp.edu.in
  • Make a timetable to revise the whole syllabus thoroughly. Solving the model paper within the given time limit will be useful.
  • Note down your doubts and difficulties and consult your teachers to resolve them timely.
  • Also, check the quality content available on the DIKSHA portal and E-Gyan Ganga Youtube channel. It would be quite beneficial.
  • The Board has asked candidates to go through the model papers that are already there on the official website while preparing for the exams.

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In case, you are looking for preparation tips on the website, here’s how to check!

  • Go to the official website of UPMSP at upmsp.edu.in.
  • On the homepage, click on the link that reads UP board examination 2023 tips.
  • Students can check the general tips for Class 10 and subject-wise tips for Class 12.
  • Download the tips for future reference.

The UP Board will conduct the 10th-grade board exams from February 16 to March 3, 2023, and the 12th-grade board exams from February 16 to March 4, 2023. Over 58 lakh candidates, including 31.2 lakh students from Class 10 and 27.5 lakh students from Class 12, have registered for the UP Board 2023 examinations.

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CISF Recruitment 2023: Apply for 451 vacancies, salary up to Rs 69,100, know other important details

Selected candidates for the posts will get a monthly salary on Pay Level 3 ranging from Rs 21,700 to 69,100.



CISF Recruitment 2023

The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) has started the registration process for the 451 vacant positions. CISF is inviting applications from eligible male candidates for the Constables/ Driver and Constables/Driver-Cum-Pump-Operator (Driver for Fire Services).

Eligible candidates can apply at the official website of CISF at cisfrectt.in. The last date for registration is February 22.

CISF Recruitment 2023: Number of posts

Constable/Driver: 183
Constable/(Driver -Cum -Pump -Operator) (i.e. Driver for fire services): 268

CISF Recruitment 2023: Salary

Selected candidates for the posts will get a monthly salary on Pay Level 3 ranging from Rs 21,700 to 69,100. Central Government employees will also get usual and admissible allowances from time to time.

CISF Recruitment 2023: Eligibility Criteria

Candidates must have passed the 10th grade or equivalent qualification from a recognized board.
The candidate should have a valid driving license for a heavy motor vehicle or transport vehicle (HMV/TV), a light motor vehicle, and a Motorcycle with gear.

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CISF Recruitment 2023: Experience

Candidates must have three years of experience driving heavy motor vehicles, transport vehicles, light motor vehicles, and Motorcycles.

CISF Recruitment 2023: Age Limit

The minimum age limit for these above-mentioned job posts is 21 years, and the maximum age limit is 27 years. The candidate must be under the age of 21 on the closing date of the application, which is February 22, 2023, including candidates from the North East region.

CISF Recruitment 2023: Application Fees

UR, EWS and OBC candidates have to pay Rs 100 for an application fee. However, SC, ST, and ESM are exempt from payment of the application fee.

CISF Recruitment 2023: How to Apply

  • Visit the official website of CISF at cisfrectt.in.
  • On the homepage, click on the link that reads Login.
  • After that, register and proceed with an application for CT/DRIVER-DCPO- 2022.
  • The candidate will now have to pay the fees.
  • Submit the form and take a printout for future reference.

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JEE Mains 2023: Shift 1 over, check paper analysis, candidates’ reactions

The National Testing Agency (NTA) on Tuesday is conducting the JEE Mains 2023 exam. The JEE Mains exam will be conducted in two shifts- from 9 am to 12 pm and 3 pm to 6 pm.



JEE Mains 2023

The National Testing Agency (NTA) on Tuesday is conducting the JEE Mains 2023 exam. The JEE Mains exam will be conducted in two shifts- from 9 am to 12 pm and 3 pm to 6 pm.

JEE Mains 2023 first shift is over. The exam was divided into two sections- Section A and Section B, this year. Here are the detailed paper analysis and students’ reactions to JEE Mains 2023 exam.

JEE Mains 2023 Difficulty level

Those who appeared for the JEE Mains 2023 exam stated that overall the paper was easy.

JEE Mains 2023 Paper pattern

  • There were two sections in JEE Main 2023 Paper 1 for BE/BTech engineering courses.
  • The JEE Main 2023 Paper 1 Section A was divided into three parts: Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics, with 20 questions in each section. There were a total of 60 questions in Section A.
  • Section B was worth 30 marks, and that included 10 questions from each subject (Physics, Chemistry, and mathematics).

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JEE Mains 2023 exam guidelines for second shift

  • The JEE Mains 2023 admission card, the self-declaration form, a valid picture ID in original form, and a ballpoint pen must be carried by candidates.
  • Candidates who are taking the JEE Main 2023 BE, BTech exam today must report at the exam centre by 1 pm for the shift beginning at 3 pm.
  • There is no prescribed dress for JEE Main. However, candidates who are wearing jewellery, scarves, or shirts with large buttons will not be permitted to enter the JEE Main exam hall.

Things not permitted inside JEE Mains 2023 examination hall

Candidates are now allowed to carry instruments such as: Geometry or pencil box, handbag, purse, any kind of paper or stationery or textual material (printed or written material), eatables and water (loose or packed), mobile phone/earphone/microphone/pager, calculator, docupen, slide rules, log tables, camera, tape recorder, electronic watches with facilities of calculator, any metallic item or electronic gadgets/devices in the examination hall/room.

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