Bihar STET Result 2021: Bihar School Examination Committee (BSEB) has declared the result of Bihar Secondary Teacher Eligibility Test 2019 (STET 2019). Candidates participating in this exam can check their results by visiting the official website of Bihar Board, bsebstet2019.in. Candidates can also check their results by clicking on the result link given below.
The results were announced by Vijay Kumar Chaudhary, the Bihar Education Minister.
The Bihar STET 2019 exam was conducted from September 9 to 21. Students appearing for the exam will be able to check their official website at bsebstet2019.in.
The Bihar School Examination Committee BSEB released the results of 12 of the 15 papers of STET 2019. As many as 24,599 candidates have passed the STET exam.
Bihar Board has released the results of 12 out of 15 subjects of STET 2019, in which 24,599 candidates have passed. A total of 1.78 lakh candidates had participated in this examination. On the issue of the release of STET result, the Education Minister said, ‘This will be the appointment of the 7th phase. It was a big challenge to take the exam in Corona. The candidates who have passed these exams have qualified to participate in the process of appointment of 37,335 teachers.
After the STET result, the process of resumption of 37,335 teachers in the secondary and higher secondary schools of Bihar will begin. There are 25,270 posts for secondary and 12065 posts for higher secondary teachers. Seven years later, due to STET, the age limit was also relaxed.
Patna High Court gave the order to issue the result on 4 March:
The notification of STET 2019 was released in September 2019. Its offline examination was held on 28 January 2020. In this exam, out of syllabus questions were created at four centers. Uproar students had filed a petition in the High Court. Meanwhile, the examination was canceled after Aniyamita was found. The Bihar board then took the online exam in September 2020. In this, some students had filed a petition alleging out of syllabus. The High Court then stayed the release of the result on 26 November 2020. Hearing on March 4, the High Court upheld the online examination and ordered the result to be released.