“We are looking into the matter to sort out all confusions. Candidates need not worry. The department will take [a] decision in view of candidates’ welfare”, Chaudhary promised on Wednesday late evening.
The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) administered the Secondary Teachers’ Eligibility Test (STET) 2019 online in September of last year, with results for 12 subjects released on March 12 and three more topics released on June 21. According to the education department, 24,599 candidates qualified for 30,337 vacant seats in 12 courses, while 6,077 candidates qualified for 7,110 vacant seats for Urdu, Sanskrit and Science out of a total of 30,337 vacant seats.