BPSC 67th Result Out: Four girls in top-10, brother and sister won together in Bhojpur and Buxar…

BPSC released the result of 67th combined competitive examination on Saturday. Under this, 799 candidates have been selected for 24 services, out of which 289 are women. Aman Anand, a native of Barh in Patna district and studying in Delhi, has become the topper. Nikita Kumari of Jehanabad and Ankita Chaudhary of Khagaria stood second and third respectively. There are two girls in the top-05 and four girls in the top-10. Out of total 802 vacancies, due to non-availability of eligible candidates in the disabled category, three posts remained vacant and only 799 candidates were selected. The vacant posts include one post of Revenue Officer Unreserved and two posts of Sub-Divisional Backward and Most Backward Class Welfare Officer Unreserved Category. BPAC had called for oral examination and interview of a total of 2104 candidates declared successful in the main (written) examination. Out of 2090 candidates who appeared in the interview, the candidature of 15 has been cancelled. Of these, the result of 13 of both preliminary and main examinations was canceled and the result of one of the main examination was canceled.

Rank of those with equal marks determined by tie breaker

The rank in the merit list has been determined on the basis of tie breaker of candidates having equal marks. Under this, in case the total marks are equal, the candidate who got more marks in the main examination, in case the marks in the main examination are equal, the candidate who got more marks according to the date of birth and in case the date of birth is the same, the candidate whose name is written in Devanagari alphabet. According to who comes first, they have been placed higher in the order of merit.

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Brother and sister achieved success together

Brother and sister residents of Buxar and Bhojpur have achieved success together in the 67th BPSC. Khalid Hayat of Sirkichak of Sandesh block of Bhojpur district has got the fourth position. His younger sister Zubi Hayat has also achieved success by securing 325th rank. At the same time, Chitra Kumari, daughter of farmer Suresh Prasad Malakar, resident of Sohnipatti, Buxar, has achieved this success in the very first attempt. Chitra has been selected for the post of DSP. Whereas, his brother Larvin Kumar has achieved success in the third attempt. Both the brothers and sisters have completed their education from schools and colleges of Buxar. Both of them told that along with studying at home, they have studied online and with the help of YouTube. Double success is an atmosphere of happiness in the family.

Six of the top 10 chose administrative service, three chose police service.

Aman Anand, Nikita Kumari, Ankita Chaudhary, Apeksha Modi, Sonal Singh and Mukesh Kumar Yadav chose Bihar Administrative Service and will be appointed as SDM or Senior Deputy Collector. Khalid, Rishav and Tarun chose Bihar Police Service and will be appointed to the post of DSP. Priyanshu Kumar chose the post of Assistant Planning Officer/Assistant Director.

Six lakh applications for 802 posts

It may be noted that 6.02 lakh candidates had applied for this examination conducted for 802 vacancies of 24 services, out of which about four lakh appeared in PT which was canceled for the first time due to the question paper going viral and for the second time on 30 September 2022. was taken. Its main examination was held from 30 December 2022 to 7 January 2023 and the interview ended on 20 October. Within just eight days, BPSC released its final result.

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what was the cut off

category written final

unreserved 471 553

unreserved female 460 535

ews 447 553

ews women 434 535

sc 408 510

sc women 391 501

st 416 507

st female 383 474

ebc 437 541

ebc women 419 526

bc 452 550

bc women 443 532

bcl 430 532

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