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BPSC 68th CCE: Interview Call Letter: Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has released the interview call letter for the 68th Combined Competitive Examination. Candidates who are shortlisted for interview can download the admit card through the official website bpsc.bih.nic.in.

Let us tell you, the 68th Combined Competitive Examination is being conducted by Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) to fill 281 posts in various departments of the state government. For this competitive examination, prelims and main examination have been conducted, now the interview is yet to be conducted. 867 candidates who qualify the main examination will be shortlisted for interview.

– Download BPSC 68th CCE Interview Call Letter from here

According to the released admit card, the interview dates for the 68th Combined Competitive Examination have been scheduled between 8th January to 15th January 2024. Eligible candidates can download the admit card from the official website bpsc.bih.nic.in. Two shifts will be conducted for the interview round. The first shift will start at 9.30 am, while the second shift will start at 2 pm.

Out of 281 posts of BPSC, 77 vacancies are reserved for women. A total of 867 candidates have been declared eligible for interview. To attend the interview, you can download the admit card by following the steps given below. For more details candidates are advised to visit the official website.

BPSC 68th CCE Main Exam Result was declared on November 3 last year. The examination was conducted on May 12, 17 and 18 at various locations in Patna. Out of 867 successful candidates, 400 candidates fall in the unreserved category. Whereas 76 candidates from EWS, 120 from SC, 13 from ST, 122 from EBC, 120 from BC and 16 from BC Women have been shortlisted for interview.