No untoward incident was reported during the BPSC exam and the exam was conducted peacefully at all the exam centers in the state.
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Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSCThe 67th prelims exam conducted by ) concluded peacefully in the state on Friday. BPSC officials gave this information. More than 6 lakh candidates had registered for the re-exam at 1153 exam centers in the state. The exam was conducted in a single shift from 12 noon to 2 pm. BPSC officials said that about 4.75 lakh students re-examed in the state. At the same time, now all the students are eagerly waiting for the result.
The BPSC Prelims Result is expected to be released by November 15. BPSC President Atul Prasad said, “No untoward incident took place during the exam and the exam was conducted peacefully at all the exam centers in the state. Due to the amendment in the exam process, the exam was conducted in a free and fair manner.
Smart lock system used
Atul Prasad said, ‘Smart lock system was used to keep the question paper safe. The passcode to open the box was given to the center superintendent just an hour ago and the lock was opened in front of the candidates. Now we are collecting the answer sheets and there will be complete transparency during the evaluation process. Meanwhile, aspirants who appeared for the exam said that the questions were not too difficult.
What did the students say about the questions?
Anjali Kumari, who took the exam in Patna, said, ‘I got question set A. The questions asked from General Knowledge were easy. I found the questions related to science a bit difficult. However, the questions asked were not easy as compared to the previous exams. Overall the paper was good.
Mohit Sharma, another candidate from Patna, said, “I am expecting a score above 100. The questions were not too easy. Some questions from History and Current Affairs were tough. The questions from Science and Reasoning were easy.