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Bihar Public Service Commission has recently released a notification on the 65th Combined Competitive Examination (CCE) 2020. According to the notice on the official web portal of BPSC, the admit cards will be released in the second week of November. Furthermore, the post also cites a change in the examination time of the Combined Competitive Examination. Check out the article for all major details regarding BPSC 65th CCE Admit Card 2020.
BPSC 65th CCE Admit Card 2020
As per the latest official release in the website of BPSC, the 65th BPSC Combined Competitive Examination which was earlier scheduled from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm on 25th November 2020, will now be held from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm on the same day. All the aspirants are to take note of this important change.
BPSC 65th CCE Prelims Examination was held on 15th October 2019. Further, 6517 candidates qualified for the mains exam. Every eligible candidate willing to appear the BPSC CCE Mains Examination 2020 must download the admit card in prior. However, according to the official information, the admit card is expected to be out in the second week of November. Moreover, it can be downloaded from the official web portal of BPSC @ www.bpsc.nic.in .
BPSC 65th CCE Highlights
Some of the major highlights regarding the Bihar Public Service Commission CCE is listed in the table below:
|Name of the Organization||Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC)|
|Name of the Examination||65th Combined Competitive Examination|
|Number of Vacancies||434|
|Exam Date||25th, 26th, 28th November 2020|
|Admit Card Status||Expected – 2nd week of November|
|Selection Process||Written Test|
BPSC 65th CCE 2020 Selection Process
All the candidates who qualify the written examination will proceed to the interview round. Eligible candidates will be selected for various posts including Police Vice-Chancellor, Inspector, Municipal executive Officer, Block Panchayati Raj Officer, etc
BPSC 65th CCE Mains Examination Pattern
The CCE mains examination is subjective type. Also, it has different sections. The pattern of the question paper is as follows:
- Qualifying Paper -General Hindi ) – 100 Marks
- Paper 1 General Studies – 300 Marks
- Paper 2 General Studies – 300 Marks
- Optional Subject – 300 Marks
It is a 1000-mark examination in total. Time limit is three hours per section. However, General Hindi paper is qualifying in nature. Therefore, the final scores will be out of 900 only.
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