BPSC 67th Prelims Exam: Retake notice, reporting time, and prohibited items

67th Combined (Preliminary) Competitive Re-examination of the Bihar Public Service Commission: The Bihar Public Service Commission today issued a notice for applicants. Candidates are instructed to arrive at the exam site two hours prior to the start time on the notification. One hour prior to the examination's start time of 11 am, candidates will be permitted access to the testing facility.

The candidates from BPSC are given the go-ahead to show up for the test on a provisional basis; however, the final determination of their eligibility will be made at the time of the interview, following the completion of the required due diligence and verification of the information provided in the application.

The candidate's eligibility for this exam and any future exams will be revoked if the facts provided in their application, as required by the BPSC, are discovered to be false during verification.

Any type of electronic device, including a mobile phone, Bluetooth or WiFi device, an electronic pen, a pager, a smart watch, etc., should not be seen on the person carrying the candidate.

Items like whitener, blades, erasers, etc. are also forbidden in the testing facility.

If any of the aforementioned items are discovered in the exam room, an investigation will be conducted in accordance with the law, and the candidate may be disqualified from taking future commission exams.

The OMR answer sheet cannot be marked up in any way, including underlining. Candidates who break the rules may face punishment or disciplinary action. Candidates must carefully read and adhere to all instructions on the OMR answer sheet, as well as those that are listed on their admit card. On the OMR sheet, candidates must check their answers and circle the ones they believe are correct; otherwise, the test may be thrown out.

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