BPSC postponed 31st Judicial Services Mains Exams due to COVID surge, New dates yet not released

The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has postponed the 31st Judicial Services Mains examination due to an increase in COVID-19 cases across the country. The exam, which was scheduled to take place from April 8 to 13, has been postponed. The new test system is yet to be released and is expected to be released soon on the official BPSC website.

According to the official announcement, the Commission has postponed the 31st Judicial Services mains exams as well as the Project Manager (Preliminary) Competitive Examination due to the increase in cases of the COVID-19 epidemic.

Only applicants who qualify for the BPSC 31st Judicial Services Prelims test are allowed to take the Mains test. Prelims examination was conducted on December 6, 2020, at 61 testing centers in eight districts. A total of 15,360 gave exam for the 31st Bihar Judicial Services Prelims out of which 2379 were eligible for the major exams. The registration process for the main exams was completed on March 18.

BPSC 31st Judicial Services audits are underway to fill a total of 221 vacancies. Candidates for the BPSC 31st Judicial Services mains will also be invited to interview 100 marks. The main test will consist of 5 compulsory subjects and 3 optional courses with 150 marks per subject. Candidates can choose a topic that is optional. The final merit list will be prepared after combining scores for major exams and interviews. For more information, candidates can visit the official website.

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