BPSC Head Teacher 2022 recruitment: Exam in September; Check salary, allowances and more

BPSC Head Teacher 2022 Salary: The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) will conduct the BPSC Head Teacher 2022 Exam in September. As many as 40,506 posts are lying vacant. The recruitment drive is being conducted to fill all the vacancies, of which 13,761 positions are reserved for female.

As per the latest notification released by the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC), the Objective Written Exam for the post of BPSC Head Teacher 2022 will now be held in September 2022.

BPSC Head Teacher 2022 salary, allowances

The BPSC Head Teacher 2022 will be offered basic pay of Rs 30,500. Besides, other allowances (like Dearness Allowance, House Rent Allowance and Travel Allowance) and other benefits will also be given to the selected candidates as per guidelines set by the state government.

BPSC Head Teacher 2022: Exam template

The Written Exam for BPSC Head Teacher 2022 will include a total of 150 questions from two sections: Section – I General Studies and Section – II D.El.Ed.
There will be a marks deduction of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.

BPSC Head Teacher 2022: Syllabus

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 in 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 gyqups 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 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 erroneous

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 subjects?

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 institutions

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 limitations & 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 placemen! providing feedbacks’ grading promotion, certification, diagnostic 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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