BPSSC Recruitment 2020, 2213 Posts
Bihar Police Sub-ordinate Services Commission (BPSSC) has released an advertisement inviting application for the recruitment of 2,213 posts of sub-inspector and sergeant. Candidates can apply online for BPSSC Recruitment 2020 between 16 August and 24 September. Of the total vacancies, 1,998 posts are for sub-inspector, while 215 are for the post of sergeant.
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|Name of Post||No. of Vacancy|
|Education qualification||Graduation degree|
|Application fee||700 for General & OBC|
400 for reserved catogery
|Salary||Rs 29,200 to Rs 1,12,400|
Applicants should have at least a graduation degree from a recognized institute.
Candidates must be at least 20 years of age to be able to apply for the jobs. The upper age limit is relaxed. The upper age limit is 37 years for general category and for the reserved category, .
General and OBC Candidates will have to pay Rs 700 as the application fee for the reserved category candidates it is Rs 400.
Candidates who get the job they will get a salary in the range of Rs 35,400 to Rs 1,12,400. and for the post of assistant superintendent jail (ex-serviceman) one will get a salary between Rs 29,200 to Rs 92,300.
The application process has started on August 16 and will conclude on September 24.
BPSSC candidates will first conduct a preliminary exam. Candidates who score more than 30 percent in the exam will be qualified for the main exam.
After the main exam, shortlisted candidates will have to appear for a physical standard test and physical efficiency test. The preliminary exam will be of 200 marks and questions will be asked from general studies and general Hindi. The main exam will also be of 200 marks and questions from General Hindi will be asked which candidates have to answer within two hours. There will be General studies paper of 200 marks. There will be a negative marking of 0.2 mark for each wrong answer.
35 percent of total seats are reserved for female candidates. To be eligible for the jobs, candidates will have to appear for written exams — prelims and mains followed by physical endurance test (PET).