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West Bengal Board of Primary Education (WBBPE) has published the notification for the 2022 Primary Teacher Recruitment. Anyone interested in applying for the West Bengal Teacher Recruitment can do so online by going to the WBBPE’s official website. Eligible candidates will be chosen for a total of 11765 primary teaching positions in West Bengal through this teacher recruitment. WBBPE announced the hiring of teachers on October 20th, and began accepting applications online on October 21st, 2022. Candidates who are qualified and interested in being hired as elementary teachers should review the main requirements for applying and the application process.

Major WBBPE Primary Teacher Recruitment Dates:

Beginning Date for Online Applications: October 21, 2022

Application deadline: November 14, 2022

The deadline for submitting the application fee is November 14, 2022.

11765 vacancies overall

The report states that a court order will cause 86 of these total vacancies to be eliminated. According to the WBBPE Recruitment Act of 2016, candidates will be chosen for this recruitment.

Age Limit:

18 to 40.

Application fees are Rs. 150 for general applicants, Rs. 100 for OBC-A and B, and Rs. 50 for SC and ST applicants.

Candidates for the Primary Teacher Recruitment position must hold a D.Ed, D.Ed, or B.Ed degree in Special Education in addition to passing the TET. Candidates can view the full recruitment announcement, which is provided here, for details on the application process and other requirements.

Recently, hundreds of TET pass candidates protested to demand that the state government and the education department stop handling teacher recruitment. Although the candidates stated they had passed the TET exam in 2014, the teacher recruitment has not yet been announced. The candidates had asked to take out the teacher recruitment by demonstrating in front of the WBBPE headquarters. The candidates once again declined to take the TET and sought to know why they were not appointed as teachers after passing the TET.