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BPSC 68th Notification 2022: Bihar Public Service Commission will solicit student feedback prior to the 68th Preliminary Examination at the time of application. The application will include a feed option. According to Commission Chairman Atul Prasad, a memorandum on behalf of the students has been given regarding some changes. Students correctly identified negative marking, but how will 50 questions be identified separately in this? This caused some confusion among the students. The students reasoned that all questions should be equalised. The distinction between hard and light is incorrect.

According to the chairman of the Bihar Public Service Commission, applications for the 68th examination will be accepted at the end of the month. In January, there will be no exams. Some modifications are possible. How will the marks be scaled in the Preliminary Exam and Written Exam? Students will be given the opportunity to provide feedback on this as well. Students’ delegation demanded that the E option in the questions be removed. It is said to include the use of star questions, implying that instead of a difficult question paper, an attempt should be made to level the question.

A minimum of 60 days should elapse between the results of the preliminary examination and the results of the main examination. Before evaluating the main examination, the professors or invigilators involved may be advised with regard to the criteria for awarding marks. Any information about the BPSC should be available on the Commission’s website. Student leaders Dilip Kumar and Saurav Singh were among those in the delegation, as were youth leaders Manish Kumar, Vikram Paswan, and Avinash Kumar Tiwari.

BPSC 68th Notification 2022: BPSC 68th notification to be released, vacancy information, and significant changes

These new experiments are being prepared for the 68th BPSC exam.

1- In the BPSC 68th PT, 150 questions will be asked. There will be 50 difficult questions. More marks will be assigned for this. 50 difficult questions will be worth two points each. Another 100 questions will be worth 100 points each. Tough questions will be asked in each section. The entire paper will be worth 200 points.

2- To identify difficult questions, a separate star or some other identification mark will be given. If you answer incorrectly, you will receive negative marking. That is, students who are currently perplexed will be unable to pass the BPSC PT exam. It is unknown whether a fourth or half mark will be deducted for incorrectly answering a question.

3. Except for the language paper, there will be an opportunity to change the medium in the written examination. At the examination centre, candidates will be given the option of selecting the medium of examination in the respective subject column. Candidates were given the opportunity to change their elective subject for the first time after the PT.