BPSC Admit Card 2018: Download your admit cards at bpsc.bih.nic.in; more details here
BPSC Admit Card 2018 Update: BPSC releases the admit card for Civil Services Preliminary 2018 exam today on its official website: bpsc.bih.nic.in. All applicants need to download their admit cards from the official website from today.
BPSC Admit Card 2018 Update: BPSC releases the admit card for Civil Services Preliminary 2018 exam today on its official website: bpsc.bih.nic.in. All applicants need to download their admit cards from the official website from today. No admit card would be sent via post. The examination would be conducted at various centres on December 16, 2018 from 12 noon to 2.00 pm.
The question paper would comprise of 150 questions. Across 808 centres, the examination will be conducted in 35 districts. BPSC is conducting this examination to fill up 465 posts in Bihar Administrative Service and Bihar Police Service.
BPSC Admit Card 2018: How to download
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The candidate will have to visit the official website: bpsc.bih.nic.in
a. Then click on 'Download admit card link'
b. The applicants have to register themselves with their email id
c. A unique id and password have to be generated
d. Then click submit
e. Now, download the admit card and take a print out of the same for further reference.
BPSC admit card 2018: Exam pattern
This 64th combined preliminary service examination will comprise of three phases- preliminary, main and interview. The examination duration would be of two hours and would comprise of questions on general studies of 150 marks. The main examination will include subjects will be Hindi, Optional subject and Hindi and this would carry 300 marks. The duration of the main examination would be of three hours.