BPSC Released Admit Cards for Bihar Civil Services Preliminary Examination 2019
Published on : 4th October 2019 Author : Himanshu Basant Bhatt
Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) will be releasing the admit cards for the 65th Civil Services Preliminary Exam soon. Candidates who have applied for the exam can download their admit cards from the official website. The exam is scheduled to be conducted on 15th October 2019 (12 PM to 2 PM). With only two weeks left for the examination, candidates can expect the admit card anytime soon. BPSC releases the admit card 10 days before the exam date. A total of 434 civil service vacancies were announced by the Commission on 4th July.
Download the BPSC 65th Civil Services Preliminary Exam Admit Card 2019 -
- Go to the official website – http://onlinebpsc.bihar.gov.in/.
- Enter your username, password, and security text to log-in. You must have received the username and password at the time of application submission.
- Click on the admit card tab appearing on the screen.
- Download it and take a clear printout on a letter page size.
The commission will not send any admit card through the post to any candidate. So, download it from the official website. The admit card will have two papers – one with your details and others with general instructions to be followed in the exam. Read all the instructions carefully and follow them. Do carry the admit card to the examination venue and keep it safe until the selection process gets over.
Difficulty in Downloading the Admit Card?
In case you face any difficulty in downloading the admit card, contact on the helpline numbers on working days (Monday to Friday) between 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM. Here are the numbers:
- Phone Number: 0612-2215795
- Mobile Number: +91-9297739013
Bihar Civil Service Preliminary Exam
The BPSC Civil Services Preliminary examination will be conducted on 16th October 2019 in a single shift from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM. The exam will be held at 808 examination centres across 35 districts in Bihar. The exam will comprise of one paper on General Studies (including current affairs, general science, history, state history, etc.) carrying a maximum of 150 marks. Mobile phones and other electronic items are not allowed inside the examination hall. Those who qualify the Preliminary exam are required to appear for the Main phase exam. The Main phase exam carries 300 marks. The final result will be announced after the Interview round carrying 150 marks.