CSBC Bihar Police Constable Exam Date: The Central Selection Board of Bihar (CSBC) (Sepoy Recruitment) has released the date of examination for recruitment to 76 posts of Prohibition Constable (csbc bihar police excise constable exam) in Prohibition, Excise and Registration Department. Done. This recruitment exam will be held on October 16 in one shift from 10 am to 12 noon. Candidates have to report at 9 am. Candidates will be able to download their admit cards by visiting www.csbc.bih.nic.in from 30 September.
Along with the e-admit card, you will also have to present a valid photo identity proof such as Voter ID, Passport, Driving License, PAN Card or Aadhar Card at the allotted examination center to appear in the examination. In case the photograph on the e-Admit Card is not clear or not available, the candidate shall submit 2 (two) identical photographs (at least within two months) to the invigilator at the venue of the examination.
The candidates who could not download the e-admit card from the website due to any reason, they can visit the office of Central Selection Board (Sepoy Recruitment) located at Back Harding Road (Near Secretariat Halt), Patna 800001 on 12 October from 10 AM to 5 PM. You can get the duplicate e-admit card from the above office of the Central Selection Board (Sepoy Recruitment) by personally attending the above office along with a photocopy of the acknowledgment of your application form and a valid photo ID proof at your own cost.
This time 40 posts are unreserved out of total 76 posts. 07 for Economically Weaker Sections, 05 for Scheduled Castes, 03 for Scheduled Tribes, 06 for Extremely Backward Classes, 13 for Backward Classes, 1 post is unreserved for Women of Backward Classes.
Candidates will be selected through written test and physical measurement test. First written test will be conducted. Candidates will be selected on the basis of written test for physical efficiency test.
The level of written examination will be that of Bihar School Examination Committee’s 10th class or equivalent level. The written test will be of 100 marks. PAPER – A paper of two hours will consist of a total of 100 objective type questions carrying one (01) mark for each correct answer.
Candidates securing less than 30% marks in the written examination will be declared failed for Physical Efficiency Test.
Written test will not be the basis of final merit list. The written test will be qualifying for the physical aptitude test only.
Phase II – Physical Aptitude / Efficiency Test – Physical Ability / Efficiency Test will be of total 100 marks.