Bihar PSC To Recruit 553 Assistant Prosecution Officer, Application Process Begins
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Applications are invited by Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) for the posts of 553 Assistant Prosecution Officer. Visit the official website:


Vacancy Details:

Assistant Prosecution Officer Competitive Exam
No. of Vacancy: 553
Pay Scale: Level 9


Eligibility Criteria: Bachelor Degree in Law in any recognised university

Age Limit: Male: 21 to 37 years; Female: 21 to 40 years


Application Fee: Pay Examination fee through Debit Card / Credit Card / Net Banking
For GEN / OBC / EWS: 600/-
For SC/ ST: 150/-


Starting Date for Submission Of Online Application: February 7, 2020
Last Date for Submission Of Online Application: February 21, 2020
Last Date for Application fee: February 26, 2020


Official Notification:


How to Apply: Interested Candidates may apply Online through the website from 07.02.2020 to 21.02.2020


Advt. No: 01 /2020


Job Location: Bihar


Selection: Selection will be based on Written Test


The selection process in three stages: 

The Controller of Examinations stated that the selection process will be completed in three stages. There will be two papers in the preliminary examination. The first paper will be of 100 marks in general studies.


The second paper will have 150 marks related to the method. There will be objective questions in the paper for two hours. One-fourth mark will be deducted for the wrong answer. Candidates who qualify in this will get an opportunity to appear in the main examination. It will have seven papers.


The first paper will be a general study of 100 marks, the second 100 marks of Hindi and the third will be of 100 marks in English paper. The fourth letter will be the Indian Penal Code-1860, the fifth letter will be the Indian Evidence Act-1872, the sixth Penal Procedure Code-1973 and the seventh other law paper.


The letters associated with the method will be of 150–150 marks. Descriptive questions will be asked in the main examination. Each paper will have a test duration of three hours. After the main examination, the candidates will have to appear in an interview of 100 marks.