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BPSC Result: Prerna Singh clears BPSC 68th examination with regular self-study became DSP with rank-3 – BPSC Result: Prerna Singh clears BPSC 68th examination with regular self-study, became DSP with rank-3, Education News

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BPSC Result: Bihar Public Service Commission declared the final result of 68th Combined Examination 2023 yesterday night, 15 January 2024, in which Prerna of Jakmegar of Vaishali district has won. As per her name, Prerna has become an inspiration for others by getting third rank in her very first attempt due to her hard work. Prerna Singh has been selected for the post of DSP. The final results of BPSC 68th examination can be checked by visiting the website of the Commission www.bpsc.bih.nic.in.

Prerna got third rank due to self-study:
There is a wave of happiness in Prerna’s family and village due to success in Bihar Public Service Commission Civil Services Examination. Relatives and acquaintances are continuously congratulating Prerna’s family and Prerna. While giving information to the media about her success, Prerna said that she has achieved this success in the very first attempt. For this he had prepared while staying in Dhanbad. Regarding the sources of her success, she told that she was successful in this examination only through regular self-study. That means, all the candidates who want to be successful in this prestigious examination should also focus on regular self-study.

Prerna’s father is an advocate in Jharkhand High Court. His mother is a housewife. Prerna has received full support from both her parents, due to which she has reached the heights of success today.

Interview completed on January 15:
Bihar Public Service Commission, while releasing the results of BPSC 68th examination, said that a total of 867 candidates were successful in the main examination. The interview of these candidates was organized from 08-01-2024 to 15-01-2024. A total of 817 candidates out of 867 appeared in the interview and 50 remained absent. The results of five candidates have also been cancelled. In this way, the merit list of the remaining 812 candidates has been prepared.