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BPSC Prelims Result 2018 to be out soon: Here's how to check


BPSC Prelims Result 2018: Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) may declare the result of BPSC 64th PCS Prelims Exam 2018 on its official site, bpsc.bih.nic. BPSC had just discharged the Bihar Civil PCS Prelims Answer Key on December 27, 2018, on the official site.





BPSC Prelims Result 2018




Hopefuls who had showed up in BPSC 64th Prelims 2018 test can check their result, once discharged, on the official site of BPSC www.bpsc.bih.nic.





BPSC 64th Civil Services Prelims 2018: Steps to check result





Go to the official site of BPSC - http://www.bpsc.bih.nic





On Home Page you will get the 64th BPSC Prelims Result in most recent updates date savvy





Another window will open appearing of occasions





Enter required qualifications and tap on submit catch





Hopefuls can download and take a printout of the result for sometime later





BPSC Civil Service Main Exam Admit Card 2019





Bihar Civil Service Main Exam concede card is relied upon to discharge in the long stretch of February or March 2019.





The hopefuls should keep a track on the official site of BPSC for most recent updates and 64th bpsc prelims result.





BPSC Prelims Result 2018: 5 lakh hopefuls showed up for test





BPSC had led the 64th Civil Service Exam on December 16,2018 between 12.00 pm to 2.00 pm at the 808 test focuses spread more than 35 regions of the Bihar State.





Around 5 lakh competitors showed up in the test.





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