Press Trust of India|Jun 21, 2021
BPSC Mains APO Exam: Application process to begin from May 12
Bihar Public Service Commission has announced in an official notice that the application process for the BPSC Mains AO exam will begin from May 12.
NEW DELHI: The Bihar Public Service Commission has announced that the BPSC Mains APO application form will be released in online mode on May 12. The last date for filling the form is June 4, 2021. All the candidates who have qualified the preliminary exam, are eligible to register for the BPSC Mains APO examination.
Candidates are required to fill the application form in online mode and then also submit the hard copy to the office of the Bihar Public Commision. The BPSC APO mains exam will be conducted to recruit eligible candidates for filling 533 vacancies of Assistant Prosecution Officer. 3,995 candidates qualified the BPSC prelims exam which was held on February 7.
Important Dates for BPSC Mains APO Application Form
Start date for filling the BPSC mains APO application form
May 12, 2021
End date to register
June 4, 2021
Last date to submit hard copy of the application form
June 11, 2021
BPSC APO Application Form Fees
Candidates who belong to the general category will have to pay application fees of Rs 750, while scheduled caste, scheduled tribe and female candidates who are residents of Bihar will have to pay Rs 200. While candidates with more than 40% disability will also have to pay Rs 200.
Before filling the application form, candidates must check the guidelines and instructions as any error in the details provided will lead to the cancellation of candidature. Also at the time of the interview, candidates must produce the requisite documents which they had uploaded while filling the application form.
BPSC APO Syllabus and Exam Pattern
According to the exam pattern of BPSC APO main entrance test, there will be a total of seven papers and each of them will be of 100 marks.
The mains question papers of BPSC APO will include general knowledge, Hindi language, English language, Indian Evidence Act 1872, Indian Penal Code 1860, Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 and other laws.
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