Modi govt’s plan to open up UPSC scores for pvt sector big hit among aspirants


New Delhi: The number of candidates taking up the option of being hired by private companies on the basis of their UPSC scores, have risen by some 1,650 per cent in two years.  

In 2017, the Modi government for the first time allowed prospective recruiters from the private sector to approach candidates who rank high in the Civil Services Exam and the Indian Engineering Services Exam, both of which are conducted by the UPSC. 

The provision is for candidates who qualify till the interview stage of both exams but do not make the final cut. They are then given the option of having their scores uploaded on UPSC’s integrated information system, from which any private company can hire them on the basis of their performance in the exams.

In 2017, 800 such candidates opted to have their scores uploaded onto the UPSC system. Of these 200 landed private jobs. 

In 2018, the number rose sharply to 6,000 candidates, of whom 500 were offered jobs.  

In 2019, the number peaked to 14,000, data accessed by ThePrint shows.

“Now, 80-90 per cent of the candidates who make it till the interview stage opt for this,” a senior UPSC official said. “It is particularly popular among engineers and doctors who get jobs in the private sector easily on the basis of their UPSC scores.” 

UPSC recruiting fewer candidates for civil services

The rise in numbers of candidates opting for private employment through the UPSC scores comes at a time when the number of civil services personnel recruited by the commission has been steadily declining.

According to data provided by the Department of Personnel and Training in Parliament last week, only 2,352 candidates were selected by the UPSC in 2018-19.

“The government can select only so many candidates, but the others are bright, competent too… If every year, about 500-1000 candidates land private jobs through the UPSC exams, you are making sure that the years they spent preparing for the civil services has not gone waste,” a Department of Personnel and Training official said.

There has been a trend of even public and government organisations like the Sports Authority of India or NTPC hiring non-qualified candidates at key positions in the past, said Siddharth Verma, Practice Head at Direct Hires, an employment firm. 

“So it is only logical that the private sector can also make use of these candidates who fall short of making it to government services by a mark or two,” he added. “I am not quite sure of exactly what kind of jobs these people are landing, there are some key industries where their preparation as UPSC candidates comes handy.”

Given their familiarity with humanities, IAS aspirants do well in the consumer sector, where there is some level of understanding of consumer behaviour required, he said. Additionally, UPSC aspirants who have an expertise in economics or statistics do well in the banking, financial and insurance sectors. 

“The point is that the level at which these aspirants prepare for the exam is itself a skill that can be used well by any employer,” Verma said.   

Job Digest 07 February 2020- You will not get such an opportunity to get a government job and fulfill your dreams, apply soon

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Rajasthan High Court is looking for young and qualified candidates on the vacant posts of 3678 peons.


Banking Personnel Selection Institute has recruited 1163 vacancies for Law Officer, Marketing Office, Agricultural Field Officer, Personal Officer and others.


National Rural Health Mission, Madhya Pradesh has sought applications from experienced candidates to fill 1830 vacant posts of Community Health Officer.


Indian Army has organized a rally for the recruitment of military (technical and general duty) in Silchar, Assam.

Indian Navy recruits 2700 vacant posts

Indian Post, Mumbai is looking for young and qualified candidates for the vacant posts of 3650 Gramin Dak Sevaks.


WBPSC Recruitment for 200 Pharmacist Vacancies

265 different posts vacant in State Health Society Bihar

Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Raj Dept. Recruitment for more than 19000 posts of Gram Swayamsevaks

TMC, Uttar Pradesh Recruitment 100 Nurse Posts

DLW, Uttar Pradesh recruitment for 374 government jobs

Recruitment of 1200 Village Health Nurse in TNMRB

IOCL Recruitment for 1574 Trainee Posts

Recruitment of 206 retired employees of Central Railway

JRHMS recruitment for 129 posts of tutor, manager and others

DRMLH, Delhi Recruitment for 112 Junior Resident Posts

Rail Wheel Factory Recruitment for 192 Trainee Posts

Direct recruitment to 529 posts of North Central Railway Station Master, Goods Guard, Ticket Clerk and others

Bihar Police Recruitment 98 posts of Sepoy Driver

Recruitment of 386 posts of senior commercial cum ticket clerk and commercial cum ticket clerk in South Western Railway

EESL, Delhi Recruitment for 235 Manager, Engineer & Other Posts

CDAC, Thiruvananthapuram Recruitment for 82 posts of Project Engineer, Project Assistant, Project Technician

BMC, Maharashtra Recruitment for 341 Junior Engineer Posts

Zilla Parishad Recruitment 145 posts of Village Employment Servant in Balasore

Recruitment of 300 posts of Sub Inspector in Karnataka State Police

MPPKVVCL, Indore Recruitment for 113 Trainee Posts

Indian Postal Department has recruited more than 5000 posts of rural post employees in various states

Recruitment of 100 posts of Assistant Public Prosecutor cum Assistant Government Pleasure in DPGL, Karnataka

Recruitment in 85 posts of Medical Officer, Nursing Officer and others in CMHO, Chhattisgarh

Direct recruitment to 174 posts of District Coordinator, Project Assistant, Block Coordinator in WCD Kerala

DRDO Recruitment for 116 posts of Graduate Trainee, Technician Trainee

Direct recruitment on 233 posts of Security Inspector, Technical Assistant Trainee and others in MRPL, Mangalore

NPCIL Recruitment for 107 vacant posts of Assistant, Stenographer and others

Recruitment of 540 posts of Multi Skilled Worker in Border Roads Organization, Delhi

Delhi University Recruitment for 63 Assistant Professor Posts

CCL, Ranchi Recruitment for 75 Junior Overman Posts

1425 Posts of Block Account Manager, Dental Surgeon, Supervisor and others vacant in NHM UP

Anganwadi Worker, Anganwadi Helper Recruitment for 130 posts in WCD Mandya

Delhi Home Guards Recruitment for 5700 Posts of Bus Marshal

Recruitment of 160 trainee posts in West Central Railway

TN TRB Recruitment for 2331 Assistant Professor Posts

AIIMS Raipur Recruitment for 105 Senior Resident Posts

Vellore District Recruitment for Rural Health Nurse Posts

Surat Municipal Corporation Recruitment for 90 Anganwadi Worker & Helper Posts

SAIL Bhilai Recruitment for 297 Trainee Vacancies

Health Care Chennai District Recruitment for 1234 Rural Health Nurse Posts

ILBS, Delhi Recruitment for 306 Junior Resident, Consultant and Other Posts

Direct recruitment of 165 posts of System Officer, Senior System Officer in Bombay High Court

Health Care Chennai District Recruitment for 1234 Rural Health Nurse Posts

Recruitment in the post of Review Officer and Computer Assistant in High Court of Allahabad

BHEL, Trichy Recruitment 765 Trainee Posts

Recruitment to the post of Trainee in NF Railway

Recruitment of 186 posts of Research Officer, Staff Nurse and others in CCRAS, Delhi

Jammu and Kashmir Police Recruitment for 1350 Constable Posts

Odisha Police recruitment for 73 posts of Gurkha soldier

CSPHCL, Chhattisgarh Recruitment for 111 Graduate and Technician Trainee Posts

Indian Army Recruitment for 152 Posts of Religious Teacher

Direct recruitment on 135 posts of Trainee in Konkan Railway

Food Corporation of India, Delhi Recruitment for 330 Manager Posts

Tamilnadu State Transport Corporation Recruitment for 660 Graduate and Technician Trainee Posts

MCGM, Mumbai Recruitment of 165 Associate Professor Posts

DESEGC Recruitment for 370 posts of Field Executive, Security Supervisor in Chhattisgarh

HPCL, Bihar Recruitment for 105 posts of General Manager, Engineer & Others

Recruitment of 3041 posts of Armed and Civil Police Constable in Karnataka State Police

PSPCL Recruitment 3500 Assistant Lineman

Govt of Punjab DESE Recruitment for the post of Security Guard and Supervisor

UPSRTC, Uttar Pradesh recruitment for 111 vacant posts of contract operators

UPSSSC Recruitment for the post of Assistant Research Officer

Direct recruitment on 90 posts of Assistant Engineer, Hydrologist and others in Ground Water Department, Uttar Pradesh

PSPCL Recruitment for 111 posts of Assistant Engineer, Assistant Manager

UPPCL Recruitment for 301 Assistant Engineer Vacancies

Direct recruitment on 100 vacancies of Trainee in THDC, Uttarakhand

RPSC Recruitment for 156 posts of Junior Legal Officers

Recruitment of 93 vacant posts of Site Inspector, Junior Assistant in RITES, Haryana

Bihar Technical Service Commission recruitment for more than 6000 posts of Medical Officer

Recruitment for 4000 posts of Community Health Officer in NRHM, Maharashtra

Recruitment of 95 posts of Proficiency Trainee in SAIL, Durgapur

Recruitment in 1056 posts of Senior Resident / Tutor in Bihar Health Department

Recruitment of 95 posts of Proficiency Trainee in SAIL, Durgapur

CGVYAPAM, Raipur Recruitment for 163 Pharmacist Posts

SBI Recruitment for Trainee Posts, Graduate Apply

Central Industrial Security Force Recruitment for 914 Constable / Trademan Posts

Recruitment for 771 posts of Personal Assistant, Data Entry Operator in Delhi District Court

MNNIT, Uttar Pradesh Recruitment 108 posts of Assistant Professor

Reserve Bank of India Recruitment for 199 Officer Officer Posts

Western Railway Recruitment for 149 Posts of Junior Engineer, Depot Material Superintendent

Recruitment for the post of Office Attendant and Letter Distributor in Bihar Vidhan Parishad

Bumper recruitment for the posts of Multi Tasking Staff in Northern Railway

Recruitment of 1579 vacancies for Medical Officer, Dental Surgeon in NRHM Madhya Pradesh

Central CoalFields Limited, Ranchi Recruitment for 750 Trainee Posts

Recruitment of the post of Veterinary Assistant Surgeon in OPSC

Central University of Haryana recruitment for 180 posts of Professor

DRDO, New Delhi Recruitment for 224 Stenographer, Administrative Assistant and Other Posts

IBPS Recruitment for more than 12000 Clerk Posts

Mymul Mysore Recruitment for 333 Manager, Technician & Other Vacancies

BPSC Recruitment 2020: Notification issued for 553 posts


BPSC Recruitment 2020:The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has come out with a notification for a number of posts. Applications have been invited for the post of Assistant Prosecution Officer (APO) posts. The commission is looking to fill up as many as 553 posts. Those looking to apply may do so at the official website

While the online registration procedure begins tomorrow (Friday), the last date for the same is February 21. The candidates may also submit their application fee by February 26. The last date to file the application is March 6. Those looking to apply for this post must at least have a law degree from any university/institute recognised by the government.

BPSC Recruitment 2020: Age Limit

While the minimum age of candidates must be 18, the maximum age limit is 37. For candidates in General Female/OBC (Male/Female)/BC, the minimum required age is 18 and the maximum age limit is 42 years. The minimum age of SC/ST candidates is 18, while the maximum age should not be more than 42 years.

Those belonging to ST of Bihar /SC of Bihar /Permanent residents of Bihar/Handicapped/Woman of Bihar will have to pay Rs 150, while other candidates will have to pay Rs 600.

BPSC Assistant Main re-exam answer key 2018 out @

The answer key for Assistant Main re-exam conducted under recruitment 08/2018 has been released by the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC). Candidates who have appeared for the exam can download the answer key online at

Candidates can also raise objections against any answer key before February 10 after which the BPSC will release a final answer key online.

Candidates can send objections, if any, against any answer offline. They can submit their objections along with important documents/proof sealed in an envelope having their name, roll number and send it to the Secretary-cum-Exam Controller, Bihar Public Service Commission, 15, Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, Bailey Road, Patna – 800001 (Bihar), so as to reach by 10 February till 05:00 PM.

Candidates must write the advertisement number and the name of exam on the envelope.

The exam was held on February 1, 2020. Candidates have to download separate PDF files for the answer keys of General Hindi and General Knowledge papers by visiting the website.

About BPSC:

The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) was set up from April 1, 1949, after its separation from the Commission for the States of Orissa and Madhya Pradesh.

The State Government decided to shift the headquarters of the Commission from Ranchi to Patna and it was later shifted to Patna on March 1, 1951.

Exemptions for UPSC staff, poll chiefs to go


The budget says that these exemptions should be done away with by April 2021 for not just Election Commission members but also members of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

One of the proposals of the union budget presented on Saturday is to do away with tax exemptions that election commissioners enjoy. These perks, which are equivalent to those offered to Supreme Court judges, are on the value of rent-free accommodation, conveyance allowance and medical allowance.

The budget says that these exemptions should be done away with by April 2021 for not just Election Commission members but also members of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

“This tantamounts to altering conditions of service with retrospective effect and that too in the Finance Bill,” an an Election Commission member said on condition of anonymity,

The budget document calls for amending the EC Act of 1991 which entitles members of the Commission to these perks.

It also proposes that Section 10 of the Income-Tax Act, 1995 which offered tax exemption to perks to the UPSC chairman and members should be completely done away with.

Clause 45, was inserted by the Finance Act, 2011; it also applies to the retired chairman or members of the UPSC and said that allowances shouldn’t be included in computing their total income.

“If the government thinks they can get rich by doing away with these tax exemptions then good luck to them,’’ said a former Chief Election Commissioner, also on condition of anonymity.

These allowances and perks include value of rent-free official residence, value of conveyance facilities including transport allowance, sumptuary allowance and the value of leave travel concession provided to a serving chairman or member of UPSC and members of their family.

In the case of retired chairman and members of the UPSC, the notification states that allowances such as a maximum sum of ~14,000 per month for defraying services of an orderly and for meeting expenses incurred towards a sectorial assistant on contract basis and the value of residential telephone free of cost will be exempt from income tax for the purpose of clause (45) of section 10 of the act.

Meanwhile, the Election Commission was on Saturday allocated ~269 crore in the Union Budget under the ‘Election’ head as compared to ~255.46 crore last year when the Lok Sabha elections were held.

A senior Law Ministry officer and a former Election Commission functionary explained that the amount allocated to the poll panel would also be used for “book adjustments” for expenditures incurred in holding of LS polls and other elections.

In the previous budget, the Law Ministry was allocated an additional sum of over ~666 crore for conducting the Lok Sabha elections which were held in the summer of 2019.

Bihar Board 12th Exam 2020 to begin today, BSEB implements strict measures to counter cheating, mal-practices


Bihar Board 12th Exam 2020 Begins: Bihar Inter Board Exam 2020 will officially begin today across the state, as per the official exam datesheet released earlier. Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) has put in place strict measures for the BSEB Intermediate Exam 2020 which is commencing today for the 12th Class students. According to the official statistics shared by the Bihar Board, nearly 12.5 lakh students from across Bihar will appear for Intermediate Board Exam 2020 today. In line with this, to ensure fair exams to avoid any incident of cheating or mal-practices; the Bihar Board has put in place strict security measures and supervision at examination centres.

Strict Security Measures to Counter Cheating

In the past, Bihar Board has had to face several embarrassing situations wherein instances of mass cheating, malpractices and such other irregularities during BSEB Inter Exam have been reports. Taking cognizance of this and to ensure that no such incident takes place during this year’s exam; BSEB has put in place strict security measures and supervision at the exam centres across the state. Students appearing for the Bihar 12th Board Exam 2020 will have to go through frisking and detailed checking by examiners before being allowed into the examination hall. On similar lines, Bihar Board has also deployed CCTV vigilance and videography of students at various places including the exam classrooms where they would be appearing for the exam.

Exam Day Instructions for Students

Students appearing for the Bihar 12th Board Exam 2020 must note that the in line with the strict security checks, they are required to report to their assigned examination centre in advance. At the entrance point, they will be checked thoroughly including frisking by examiners, so taking any electronic devices or books is completely prohibited to the examination hall. Students are also advised to carry the BSEB 12th Admit Cards 2020 to the exam hall and make sure that the details provided on it are correct. Bihar Inter Board Exam 2020 will be held in two shifts i.e. morning session from 9:30 AM to 12:45 PM and the afternoon session starting from 1:45 PM to 5 PM. Students for morning batch are required to report before 9:15 and afternoon batch latest by 1:30. Entry after this would not be allowed.

BPSC Assistant Mains Exam 2020 Admit Card Released Today on; Exam on 1st Feb.

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The BPSC Assistant Mains Re-Exam Admit Card 2020 has been released by the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC).

The exam dates have also been released on the official website of BPSC. Candidates applied for this BPSC exam can download their admit card from the official website.

The BPSC Assistant Mains Exam is scheduled to be on 01 February 2020 in two sittings. Exam will be held for two papers including General Hindi and General Knowledge.

Exam for General Hindi will be held from 10.30 a.m. to 12.45 p.m., whereas General Knowledge exam will be held in the second sittings from 2.00 p.m. to 4.15 p.m.

Candidates qualifying in the prelim’s examination would be able to appear for the BPSC Assistant Mains Exam 2020. One must follow the below mentioned instructions in order to download the admit card for BPSC Assistant Mains Exam.

The site to get more details on the BPSC Assistant Mains Exam and to download the admit card to appear for the exam is .

Steps to download BPSC Assistant Mains Exam Admit Card 2020:

  • Visit the official website of BPSC as mentioned above.
  • Click on the “BPSC Assistant Mains Exam Admit Card 2020” link on the home page.
  • Enter the individual credentials required to download the admit card.
  • Check and download the BPSC Assistant Mains Exam Admit Card 2020.
  • Take a print of the BPSC Assistant Mains Exam Admit Card 2020 for future reference.

The direct web-link to download the 2020 admit card is here, Direct Link for BPSC Assistant Mains Exam Admit Card 2020 .

 This recruitment notification has been released by the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) for recruitment of Assistant posts against advertisement no-Advt. No. 08/2018.

Keep checking the official website of Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) for latest updates regarding the Assistant Recruitment Process and exam.

BPSC Recruitment 2020, 423 Vacancies, Apply Online for 65th Combined Competitive (Preliminary) Exam (CCE) @

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BPSC Recruitment 2020: Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) attracts online application from qualified prospects for completing up Administrative Officer, Dy. Superintendent of Police, Lower Election Officer, Rural Development Officer, Bihar Education Service and Other jobs. Currently this has 423 vacancies for the Bachelor Degree holders. They are likely to conduct 65th Combined (Preliminary) Competitive Examination (CEE) with this BPSC recruitment 2020. Bihar PSC apply online link was triggered now and using the internet registration process can be carried out before 21.01.2020. Interested prospects can put on through their formal web site The last time for publishing application cost is 28.01.2020.

You can install the BPSC on the web application or subscription form and formal job notice from their formal web site Candidates should finish Bachelor Degree through the acknowledged college. Condensers need to pay the necessity pay of application cost & should mix how old they are restriction. Bihar Public Service Commission choice committee filters the candidates in the base of Written Examination (Preliminary/ Mains) & interview. Those shortlisted candidates are going to be put on Bihar PSC company to provide. Bihar PSC 65th CEE prelims admit card is screen to their formal web site from 05.10.2020.

Details of BPSC Recruitment 2020:

Board of OrganizationBihar Public Service Commission (BPSC)
Job CategoryState Government of India
Name regarding the Exam65th Combined (Preliminary) Competitive Examination
DesignationAdministrative Officer, Dy. Superintendent of Police, Lower Election Officer, Rural Development Officer, Bihar Education Service and Others
Job Vacancies423
 SalaryRefer advt.
Work LocationBihar
Online Registration Application StatusAvailable Now (from 03.01.2020)
Closure Date for Online Registration21.01.2020
Last Date for Submission of Fee28.01.2020
Prelims Exam time15.10.2020
Official Website

Applicants must see the formal notice before connect with this newest BPSC recruitment 2020 job spaces. To have more job notifications like State government jobs, Central government jobs and newest Bihar jobs, please check out Daily Recruitment site regularly.

Eligibility Criteria for BPSC CCE Preliminary Exam:

Applicants must possess listed here certification, age restriction, knowledge and abilities to try to get the newest federal government job.

Educational Qualification

  • Candidate will need to have finished a Bachelor’s Degree through the acknowledged college.

Age Limit

  • The age limit is 20-37 years for male prospects and 20-40 years for female prospects.

Selection Process

  • It filters the prospects based on preliminary exam, mains exam and interview.

Mode of Apply

  • Candidates can send their particular application via online mode just.

Application Fees

General/ OBC/ Other state CandidatesSC/ST/ PWD & Women Candidates of Bihar

Mode of Payment

  • Check ad for repayment mode of BPSC evaluation 2020.

Steps to Apply Online for BPSC Jobs 2020 Vacancy:

  • Go to official web site
  • Pick “Important Notice: Re-Advertisement, instructions, … The condition of Bihar” dated on 31.12.2019 from the dining table.
  • Read the authoritative notifications carefully.
  • Enter the recommended details when you look at the form precisely thereby applying for the aforementioned stated articles.
  • Take the print associated with application for future usage.

Please refer the state website for bpsc syllabus, bpsc admit card, bpsc exam time, response key, bpsc outcomes, additional changes, chosen range of prospects, modifications and future vacancies in BPSC 2020.

BPSC officer on JNU violence: Saw JNUSU President Aishe Ghosh enter Periyar hostel, stone pelting by ‘Naxals’ continued for an hour.

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Large-scale violence erupted in the JNU campus last night where hundreds of masked men entered the campus, attacked students and faculty members with sticks and rods. The university administration released a statement saying that the students who opposed the registration in the new semester attacked the students who were registering and wanted to study. It is alleged that Leftist students, protesting against the marginal fee hike in JNU were opposed to students registering for the new semester.

Now, BPSC officer who is studying in JNU has also taken to Facebook to narrate his harrowing experience after masked goons laid siege in the JNU campus. According to his account, it was the Leftists who indulged in largescale violence.

Bhaskar Jyoti says that around 8 PM, he escaped from the JNU hostel to take refuge in a friend’s house and he has no idea what would have happened had he stayed in the hostel. He says that his friend was on his way from the Kaveri hostel to the Periyar hostel to check up on him when his head was busted by Leftist goons.

He says that two days ago, the Naxalites (Leftist students, in all probability) had shut down the entire WiFi system and that masked goons had cut all the cables so the registration process cannot be carried out. He alleges that the students who wanted to register were making a list of the miscreants who were disrupting the registration process and it is in this backdrop that the violence took place.

He says that his friends were talking in his room and after they left, he heard loud noises under the Periyar hostel. While he was too tired and did not check what was happening, soon, 200 masked goons appeared in the hostel armed with sticks and rods and were entering every room, breaking down doors and windows.

Further, Bhaskar says that when the goons looked at him, they showered him with abuses and started chasing him down trying to enter his room. Bhaskar managed to run inside his room and lock the door, jamming it with the wooden furniture. After trying to break the door down with sticks and rods for a few minutes, they left and loud screaming noises could be heard by him from the hostel.

He then claims that he headed to his balcony where he could see 500 people beating on students of Godavari hostel. There were girls in masks too. After this, he could hear them saying that now they will proceed to beat up students staying in the Mahi Mandvi Hostel.

He then says that after 20-25 minutes, around 500 masked Naxalites were beating students of the Periyar students at the gate of the hostel. He says that at that time, around 50 people entered the hostel again and started trying to break down doors and windows.

He then makes two startling revelations. He says that he says JNUSU President Aishe Ghosh with his own eyes entering the Periyar hostel and when she entered the hostel, she was well and not hurt. He says he doesn’t know when Ghosh got hurt thereafter. He also claims that for about an hour, the stone pelting at the gate of Periyar hostel continued by the Leftists.

He then says that he was asked to leave the hostel by the administration because of the violence and was also told that the Leftist students might attack again. He says that he then escaped the hostel through the surrounding woods.

The claims of Bhaskar do not seem to be too off the mark as the JNU statement also mentions the violence breaking out due to the registration process. Further, a video had surfaced earlier as well, based on which, claims were made that JNUSU President, Leftist student Aishe Ghosh was seen leading the masked mob that attacked JNU students.

BPSC 2018 Assistant Main exam cancelled; re-exam to be held in February 2020.

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Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has cancelled the Main exam for the recruitment of 2018 Assistant position. In a notice released today, the Commission stated that the exam will be conducted again on February 1st, 2020 in two sessions.

The reason for the cancellation has not been revealed. The Main exam for the 2018 Assistant recruitment was conducted on June 15th, 2019 in two sessions. The notice said that candidates who had attended the June 15th, 2019 General Hindi exam will be allowed to appear for the re-exam.

The notification for the recruitment of Assistants was issued on October 31st, 2018 and the last date to apply for the same was November 30th, 2018. The recruitment drive is being conducted to fill 51 vacancies.

The Preliminary exam for the recruitment was released on May 2nd, 2019. A total number of 35,997 candidates had appeared for the exam and 695 candidates have cleared the exam and have qualified for the next stage (Main Exam) of the recruitment. The exam was conducted on March 17th, 2019 at 127 exam centres situated in five districts.