Important Exam Day Instructions Have Been Released for BPSC's 68th CCE Preliminary 2023. Check the Details
The 68th Combined Competitive Preliminary Examination (BPSC 68th CCE Prelims) 2023 applicants were informed in a notice by the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) about a declaration form, reporting times for the test, and optical mark recognition (OMR) answer sheets, among other things. The 68th Combined Competitive Prelims Exam 2023 admission cards were just made public by the BPSC. On the BPSC website at bpsc.bih.nic.in, candidates may read the crucial notification and get their admit card.
Candidates who filled out the BPSC 68th CCE Preliminary 2023 application form but uploaded illegible or unreadable signatures or photographs, or who left certain areas blank, are recommended to make the appropriate changes. Before the start of the test, applicants are required to make the necessary revisions and submit the application form, according to the commission.
The BPSC 68th preliminary examination will take place on February 12 in accordance with the timetable. Candidates must carry their original picture ID with them on the day of the BPSC 68th CCE Preliminary 2023 test for verification. Candidates must make sure they have identification evidence, such as an Aadhaar card, Pan card, or driving license. The 68th Combined Competitive Preliminary Examination 2023 is being held by BPSC to find candidates for the state's different public posts.
DIRECTIVES FOR CANDIDATES ON EXAM DAY
-At 9:30 am, applicants who plan to participate in the exam may enter the testing facilities. It should be reminded that after 11 am, applicants will not be permitted to enter or sit in the test room.
-Drawing anything on the OMR sheet, including lines and other symbols, is not allowed and is strictly forbidden. Students are urged to read and adhere to the guidelines displayed on their admission cards and OMR response sheets.
-It is forbidden to bring white fluid, markers, blades, erasers, and other items inside the exam room. If you utilize these things, you'll lose a quarter of your points (0.25).
Also forbidden within the exam room are mobile phones, bluetooth devices, wifi gadgets, electronic pens, pagers, smartwatches, and any other electric or communication devices.
Candidates would be prohibited from taking the BPSC test for the next five years if they are caught engaging in any malpractice or using electronic devices within the exam room.