According to the notification issued by the Bihar Public Service Commission, the application process for the 68th Prelims exam will continue till December 20, 2022.
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Bihar 68th Exam 2022: The application process for the 68th Combined Prelims Examination by the Bihar Public Service Commission will start from today i.e. 25 November 2022. This is a great opportunity for the candidates who are looking for Government Jobs in Bihar. So the candidates who want to apply for this vacancy bpsc recruitment Go to the official website- bpsc.bih.nic.in. This year, a total of 281 posts will be recruited through this vacancy.
The application process for this vacancy issued by BPSC will run till 20 December 2022. Before applying for this vacancy, go to the official website and check the notification. Applications are being taken online for these posts. To apply in this, follow the steps given below.
How to apply for BPSC 68th Recruitment
step 1: To apply, first go to the official website- bpsc.bih.nic.in.
Step 2: Click on the link of Online Application on the home page of the website.
Step 3: After this go to the link of BPSC 68th Pre Exam Online Form 2022.
Step 4: Complete the application by filling the details asked on the next page.
Step 5: Take the print after the application is done.
BPSC 68th Exam Application Apply Direct Here.
The application process in this vacancy will be completed only after depositing the fees. In this, the general category candidates will have to pay an application fee of Rs 600 to apply. While the application fee for SC and ST category is Rs 150.
BPSC 68th Eligibility: Qualification and Age
Candidates applying for this vacancy should have a graduation degree from a recognized university and institute. At the same time, the age of the candidates should be more than 20 years. The age limit for male candidates is 37 years. While the maximum age for women has been kept at 40 years.
Bihar Public Service Commission Talking about the exam pattern of 68th CCE exam, this time questions related to general studies will be asked in it. Along with this, all the questions will be of objective and multiple choice. This exam will be of two hours, in which a total of 150 questions will be asked. The biggest thing is that there will be negative marking in this exam, that is, if you have given wrong answer to any question, then the marks will be deducted from all the correct questions.