What are the jobs in BPSC?
There are various posts included in BPSC posts that can be offered after getting a promotion:
- Bihar Administrative Service.
- City Executive Officer.
- Assistant Director in Planning Department.
- Revenue Officer.
- Assistant Tax Commissioner.
- Rural Development Officer.
- Block Panchayat Officer.
- Assistant Director Social Security. etc
Which is best BPSC or UPSC?
BPSC stands for Bihar Public Service Commission and UPSC Stands for Union Public Service Commission. Both examinations are one of the most prestigious exams in the country. The BPSC exam is a State Level PSC Exam and UPSC is a National Level PSC Exam.
Which is the highest post in BPSC?
The post of DSP is the highest rank in the Police department that is offered by the BPSC. Above all, The job is very challenging and the Officer has to manage all the things related to the Police department in his jurisdiction.
Can I crack BPSC in 1st attempt?
Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) will conduct the 67th Civil Services Examination on May 8 next, for which around 6 lakh candidates have registered. Although this exam is considered tough to crack, with comprehensive planning it can be cracked in the very first attempt.
Which subject is best for BPSC?
The top optional subjects for BPSC can be described as follows, based on the information provided above,.
- Hindi Language and Literature.
- Labour and Social Welfare.
- Public Administration.
- Maithili Language and Literature.
- Sociology. etc
How many jobs are in BPSC?
BPSC will be recruiting eligible candidates to fill 726 vacancies for various posts through the 67th BPSC exam. Out of 726 vacancies, 228 posts are reserved for women candidates and the rest 498 posts are available for male candidates. Last year, the total number of vacancies was 562.
Is negative marking in BPSC?
Marks of paper be considered for qualifying candidates for the mains exam. There is no negative marking in BPSC Prelims exam. BPSC Prelims is screening in nature. Candidates need to score minimum marks as decided by the commission to qualify for the mains exam.