BPSC CCE Exam Pattern: BPSC CCE Pre Exam Date has been declared. The exam will be in three phases, first preliminary exam, second mains exam followed by physical efficiency. After passing all the three examinations, the final selection of the candidates will be done through the merit list.
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BPSC CCE Pre Exam Pattern: Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has declared the date of 67th Combined Competitive Pre Exam. BPSC CCE Pre Exam (BPSC CCE Pre Exam) Will be on 30th April. More than 6 lakh candidates have applied for this exam. This is said to be the biggest partnership ever. Earlier there had not been so many applications. Earlier this exam was scheduled to be held on 23 January but due to Corona it had to be postponed. After which the date has also been announced. The candidates who are appearing in the exam are preparing fiercely for this exam.
Under this recruitment, vacancies will be filled in various departments including Bihar Administrative Service, Bihar Financial Service, Bihar Election Service, Bihar Education Service, Bihar Planning Service. Earlier this number of seats was 555 but later the seats were increased. Four seats were increased in December. Now the total number of vacancies has gone up to 798. Earlier 65 posts of Labor Enforcement Officer and three posts of Jail Superintendent were increased.
BPSC CCE Exam Exam Pattern
The exam will be in three phases, first preliminary exam, second mains exam followed by physical efficiency. The duration of the preliminary exam will be of 2 hours. In which a total of 150 marks questions will be asked, after passing all the three examinations, the final selection of the candidates will be done through the merit list. Objective questions will be asked in the preliminary exam. There will be a total of 150 questions. There is no negative marking in this exam. Two hours will be given.
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On the other hand, there will be four papers in the Mains exam, General Studies 1, General Studies 2, General Hindi and an optional paper. The weightage of Mains exam is 900 marks. 3 hours will be given for each paper. General Hindi-100 Marks, General Studies I-300, General Studies II-300, -300 Marks for Optional Subject. Looking at the exam pattern, considering the subject and timing, you can prepare yourself. This will help you to get success in your examination.
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