Bihar Public Service Commission has concluded BPSC 69th prelims 2023 exam. The preliminary examination was conducted across the state at various exam centres. The exam was conducted in single shift- from 12 pm to 2 pm.
Students who appeared for the examination found the paper to be tough as compared to last year. The difficulty level of the paper was moderate to tough. The paper comprised of 30 percent one liner questions and 70 percent descriptive type questions.
While some aspirants claimed the questions to be based on NCERT syllabus, some said that the question paper was framed as per UPSC paper pattern.
This year, BPSC had appointed officials to inspect the exam halls on the TV screens at BPSC Command Control Room in BPSC office in Patna.
The Commission had earlier informed that the paper would have objective-type questions and for each incorrect answer, ⅓ rd of the total marks for that question would deducted. To pass the preliminary examination, the minimum qualifying marks is 40 percent for unreserved, 36.5% for Backward Class, 34% for Extremely Backward Class and 32% for Scheduled Caste/Tribe, Women and Disabled candidates
This recruitment drive will fill up 475 posts in the organisation. The registration process was concluded in August 2023. For more related details candidates can check the official site of BPSC.