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BSSC Inter Level Exam date: Bihar Inter Level Exam kab hoga Bihar Inter Level Recruitment Exam update – BSSC Inter Level Exam date: Will have to wait a long time for Bihar Inter Level Recruitment Exam, Education News

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BSSC Inter Level Exam: You will have to wait for three months for the BSSC Inter Level Recruitment Exam. Bihar Staff Selection Commission released the vacancy for the second interlevel recruitment in the year 2023 after almost nine years. Advertisement for the first inter-level examination was issued in 2014. Its final result was completed in seven years. The examinations conducted at the commission level are often delayed. However, according to the officials here, there has always been a shortage of personnel in the Commission.

Whereas for the second inter-level recruitment, applications were taken till November 2023. It was given two chances to improve. For the second time the Commission gave a chance for improvement till March 18. Even after this, no information related to the examination has been made available on the website of the Commission. According to the information received from the sources, now the examination is possible only after the elections. That means, overall, the candidates will have to wait for three more months. Only after this the Commission will decide when the examination will be held. After the advertisement was released, only applications have been taken till now.

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25.5 lakh candidates have applied for the interlevel examination. It is also a challenge to conduct the examination of so many candidates. Especially in the present situation, despite so much vigilance, the examination paper is getting leaked. The challenge is how to conduct the examination without paper leakage. This is what the Commission is having to think about the most. Applications have been taken for 12 thousand 199 vacancies. LDC, Revenue Employee, Panchayat Secretary, Filaria Inspector, Assistant Instructor and Tank Assistant Clerk and other posts will be filled.