The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has released the admit cards for the 66th Combined Competitive (Preliminary) Examination 2020. Candidates who have registered online for the written examination can visit the official website to download the BPSC 66th admit card 2020. The Bihar 66th Civil Service 2020 (Prelims) exam is scheduled to be conducted on December 27. The Bihar 66th Preliminary exam will be held at 888 exam centres across 35 districts in the state.
BPSC 66th Admit Card 2020
|Exam||BPSC 66th Combined Competitive Exam 2020|
|Organiser||Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC)|
|Admit Card Date||December 18, 2020 (tentative)|
|BPSC 66th Exam Date||December 27, 2020|
How To Download BPSC 66th Admit Card 2020
Step 1: Visit the official website of BPSC - http://www.bpsc.bih.nic.in/
Step 2: Click on the admit card of BPSC 66th CCE link flashing on the homepage.
Step 3: A new page will be displayed.
Step 4: Enter the login credentials, such as roll number and password.
Step 5: Clicking on the submit button will display BPSC 66 admit card 2020 on the screen.
Step 6: Download and take a printout of BPSC 66th Prelims admit card 2020.
BPSC 66th Exam 2020: List of Rejected Candidates
Earlier, the Commission has released the list of candidates who are rejected to appear in the BPSC 66th CCE (Pre) Exam 2020 on its official website due to not satisfying the age criteria. The sources suggest a total of 782 candidates are rejected for the Bihar 66th CCE Exam 2020. These candidates can send their objection through email at email@example.com upto December 16, 2020 (5 PM).
BPSC 65 CCE Admit Card 2020: What Next?
Candidates need to download the admit card of BPSC 65 exam 2020 and take a printout of the same for future reference. One should carry a valid identity card along with the BPSC admit card 2020 to the examination centre.
The Commission will conduct the BPSC 66th Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination in objective type. It covers a range of sections, such as general science, general geography, Indian polity, Indian history, Indian economy, Indian national movement and general mental ability. It comprises of questions related to General Studies. The duration of the exam is two hours. The total number of questions is 150.