The Bihar Public Service Commission has announced the results for the 67th Combined Competitive Exam

 The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has announced the results for the 67th Combined Competitive Exam (CCE) Mains. Candidates who appeared in the BPSC 67th CCE Mains 2022 exam can now check their results on the official website

Bihar Public Service Commission result

According to the results, a total of 2104 candidates have qualified the BPSC 67th CCE Mains 2022-23 exam. The commission has released the list of selected candidates' roll numbers on their official website. To access and download the BPSC 67th CCE Mains Result, candidates can click on the direct link provided or follow the steps outlined below.

The 67th BPSC CCE Mains exam was conducted at various test centers across Bihar on 30th, 31st December 2022 and 7th January 2023. By clicking on the link given above, candidates can now download the results. All qualified candidates will be called for the Interview Round, scheduled to be held in October and November 2023. Detailed interview schedule will be announced on the official website soon.

The 67th BPSC Prelims Exam was held on 30th September 2022. This BPSC recruitment drive aims to fill up 729 vacancies in total. See below for an overview of important dates and details regarding the 67th BPSC Exam to help you better understand the selection process.

Particulars Details
Conducting Authority Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC)
Name of Examination 67th BPSC Combined Competitive Exam (BPSC 67th CCE)
Post Name Various
Number of Vacancies 729
Exam Dates Mains: 30th, 31st December 2022 and 7th Jan 2023
Prelims: 30th September 2022
Admit Card Release Date Mains: 24th December 2022
Prelims: 20th September 2022
Admit Card Availability Online
Selection Process Prelims, Mains & Interview
Job Location Bihar
Mains Result Date 14th September 2023
Interview Schedule Proposed for October-November 2023
Official Website

The BPSC 67th CCE Mains results 2022 have now been declared on 14th September 2023. Those who qualify in the mains exam will be eligible to appear for the interview round likely in October-November 2023. The BPSC 67th CCE recruitment aims to fill 729 vacancies in government departments of Bihar state. The selection will be based on candidate's performance in prelims, mains and interview.

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