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Bihar 32nd Judicial Service 2023: Important notification has been issued regarding Bihar 32nd Judicial Service Prelims Exam. As per the notification issued, BPSC 32nd Judicial Service The exam will be organized on 04 June 2023. Candidates applying for this vacancy can check the details of the exam by visiting the official website- bpsc.bih.nic.in.
According to the notification issued by the Bihar Public Service Commission, a total of 155 posts will be recruited through the 32nd Judicial Examination. The examination for these posts will be held on June 04 in two shifts. The first shift exam will be held from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm. Whereas, the second shift exam will be held from 2 pm to 04 pm.
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How to get BPSC 32nd Judicial Service Admit Card
According to the notification issued by Bihar PSC, the 32nd Judicial Service exam will be held on 04 June 2023. The admit card for this vacancy will be issued one week before the exam. After the release of the admit card, you can download the hall ticket from the steps mentioned below.
- To get the admit card of Bihar 32nd Judicial Service, one has to first go to the official website bpsc.bih.nic.in.
- One has to click on the latest notification link on the home page of the website.
- After this click on the link of Download 32nd Admit Card.
- On the next page, enter the Registration Number and go to the login link.
- Admit card will open on the screen.
- After downloading the hall ticket, take a print out.
BPSC Civil Judge Exam Pattern
Bihar Judicial Service Exam for Civil Judge Prelims consists of two papers, Paper 1 and Paper 2. Paper 1 consists of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from General Studies/General Knowledge and Paper 2 consists of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from Law subjects .
The Bihar Judicial Service mains exam consists of five compulsory and three optional papers. The main exam is conducted offline and will have descriptive type questions for a maximum of 1050 marks.