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BSSC Exam: The tainted center superintendent will stay away from the exam

bihar state service commission : After the leak of the paper of 67th combined examination of Bihar Public Service Commission, all the competitive examination commissions of the state are preparing to conduct the examination very strictly.

After the paper leak of Bihar Public Service Commission’s 67th Combined Examination, the commissions of all the competitive examinations of the state are preparing to conduct the examination very strictly.Keeping this in mind, Bihar Staff Selection Commission has written a letter to all the district magistrates for the third graduate level examination.9 lakh 2 thousand candidates have applied in this examination.Through this, about 2187 posts are to be appointed.This exam is likely to be held in September-October.

Regarding the selection of examination centers, B.Sc. has clearly said that such educational institutions should not be made examination centers, in which there has been any kind of dispute.Also, centers should not be set up in private schools where coaching institutes are run.There is a possibility of error in such examination centers.

In a letter to the DM, the commission has said that the name of the qualified center superintendent should also be recommended for each proposed examination center.Before recommending the center superintendent, it is necessary to ensure that they are fit and of clean image.There should not be any pending case of examination related or any other malpractice against him.At the same time, the appointment of deputationists at the centers should also be done only by persons with a clean image.At the same time, the District Magistrate should select the centers only after conducting a thorough survey of educational institutions from his level.Through this recruitment, the posts of Secretariat Assistant, Planning Assistant, Malaria Inspector, Data Entry Operator Grade-C and Auditor will be appointed.

412 candidates for one post

  • There will be tough competition among the candidates in the third graduate level examination to be conducted by the Bihar Staff Selection Commission. In this, about nine lakh two thousand candidates have applied. The number of posts in this is 2187. According to this, there will be a direct competition between about 412 candidates for one post. Students have to start preparing from now on.

where are the seats

Secretariat Assistant 1360

Planning Assistant 125

Malaria Inspector 74

Data Entry Operator Grade-C 02

auditor 626

Total Posts 2187 Posts

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