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BPSC Prelims 2020: BPSC has released the notification for 66th Preliminary Examination.

new Delhi:

BPSC Prelims 2020: Bihar Public Service Commission has released the official notification for 66th Joint Civil Services Examination on its official website bpsc.bih.nic.in on Wednesday. According to the notice, there are 562 vacancies for various posts in various departments of the Government of Bihar. With this, the commission has also announced a tentative date for the preliminary examination. The 66th BPSC Preliminary Examination will be held on 27 December 2020, candidates who successfully submit their applications for recruitment will be able to appear for the preliminary examination.

The online registration process for BPSC 66th Preliminary Examination will start from 28 September and will end on 20 October. Interested and eligible candidates will be able to apply online on the official website bpsc.bih.nic.in or bpsc.bih.nic.in.

BPSC 66th Official Notification

BPSC 66th Notification: Important dates

– Registration process starts – 28 September
– Registration process ends – October 20
– BPSC 66th Preliminary Examination – 27 December

Through this recruitment process, the Superintendent of Police, Jail Superintendent, State Tax Assistant Commissioner, Upper Election Officer, Planning Commissioner, Bihar Probation Service Officer, Additional District Transport Officer, Food Supply Inspector, Labor Information Officer, Revenue Officer, Block Panchayati Raj Officer and others 562 vacancies will be filled for various posts including officer.

Candidates who have a bachelor's degree in any discipline from a recognized university are eligible to apply. For recruitment, the candidates have to pass the preliminary examination, main examination and interview.


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