BPSC 67th Combined Prelims Exam 2021 Schedule Released, Check Dates and How to Apply Here
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Bihar Public Service Commission, BPSC 67th Combined Prelims Exam 2021 schedule has been announced. The commission has released the preliminary examination schedule for candidates who registered themselves to appear for the exam. The commission will conduct the examination on 23rd January 2022. The candidates who are going to appear for the exam can check more information from the official website- bpsc.bih.nic.in. 

The BPSC 67th Combined Prelims Exam 2021 registration started on 30th September 2021. The candidates can still apply for the exam till 5th November 2021. The candidates who will qualify for the prelims exam will become eligible to appear for the mains exam. Following which the qualified candidates will have to appear for the personal interview round. The commission is conducting the recruitment exam to fill in vacancies on 723 posts in Bihar Government. The candidates can find vacancies open in different departments of the Bihar Government such as Bihar Education Service, Bihar Administrative Service, etc. 

Official Notice- BPSC

BPSC 67th Combined Prelims Exam 2021: Important Dates


Event Name


BPSC 67th Combined Prelims Exam 2021

January 23, 2022

Last date to register for the exam 

November 5, 2021 

BPSC 67th Combined Prelims Exam 2021: Steps to Apply

The candidates are required to follow the below-mentioned steps to apply for the prelims exam. 

  1. Visit the official website-bpsc.bih.nic.in.

  2. Click on the "Apply Online" option available under the homepage.

  3. An external website will open. 

  4. Register online and fill the application form with the required details. 

  5. Pay a fee of INR 600 for the application form. The payment can be made online via Net banking, debit, or credit card, or via offline mode.

  6. Keep a copy of the application form for future needs. 

The preliminary examination will be held for a total duration of 2 hours in which the candidates will be given questions against 150 marks. The negative marking scheme is not applicable for this exam. The candidates will be asked questions from various streams- Mental Ability, Geography, History, Indian Economy, General Science, and Indian Polity.