BPSC 67th Prelims: More Than 6 Lakh Candidates Applied, 829 Candidates for 1 Post

BPSC 67th Prelims: A total of more than six lakh candidates have applied for this exam. In which the number of female candidates is 1,82,545 i.e. more than 30 percent female candidates have applied.

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BPSC 67th Prelims: The application process for Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) 67th Combined Preliminary Examination is over. According to the information received, a total of more than six lakh candidates have applied for this examination. In which the number of female candidates is 1,82,545 i.e. more than 30 percent female candidates have applied. Keep in mind that the facility to edit the submitted application form will be available till November 29. After November 29, candidates will not be allowed to edit their applications, the commission has informed the candidates a day before the last date of registration for the examination. At the same time, the preliminary examination will be held on 23 January 2022.

The participation of female candidates has reached 30 percent,
the number of female candidates is increasing in the BPSC exam as compared to the previous years. About 18 percent women had applied for the BPSC 56th and 59th Preliminary Examination. The participation of women in the 60th and 62nd examinations was only 17 percent. At the same time, the share of women started increasing from the 63rd examination. For the 63rd and 64th examinations respectively, 20 and 24 per cent women had applied. At the same time, this percentage will increase to 28 percent for 65th and 66th exams. Whereas more than 30 percent of women’s applications have been received for the 67th Combined Preliminary Examination.

829 candidates for 1 seat,
tell that a total of 726 vacancies will be filled through this recruitment. That is, there will be a competition among 829 candidates for 1 seat. In such a situation, cracking the exam can become a big challenge for the candidates.

Selection of applicants will
select candidates will be based on the marks obtained in the exam and interview. According to the notification, the marks of the preliminary exam will not be added to the final result. However, it is mandatory to be successful in this exam.

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