Sudhir Kumar becomes the best in the state, see the full list

Final results of the 66th CCE of the BPSC: The final result of the 66th BPSC Combined Competition was released by the Bihar Civil Service Commission (BPSC) on Wednesday August 3rd. Candidates who have appeared for the exam can download the BPSC 2022 66th result by visiting the official website – bpsc.bih.nic.in. Thanks to this recruitment campaign, up to 689 vacancies will be filled in the department.

BPSC 66th Finals Results: Sudhir Kumar Secures First Place

Sudhir Kumar from Vaishali district won the first position to become the best in the state, and Ankit Kumar got the second position in the 66th combined contest, followed by Brajesh Kumar who took the third place. A total of 685 candidates were shortlisted for various positions including DSP, District Commander, Superintendent of Prison, Assistant State Tax Commissioner, Election NCO, Employment Officer/Employment Officer of the District, Sugar Cane Officer, Probation Officer, District Minority Welfare Officer, Additional District Transportation Officer, Municipal Executive Officer, Supply Inspector, Labor Law Enforcement Officer, Revenue Officer, Panchayat Raj Block Officer and Rural Development Officer.

BPSC Result 2022: Here is how to check the BPSC 66th CCE final results

  • Step 1: To check the final result of the 66th BPSC Combined Competition, candidates should visit the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) website – bpsc.bih.nic.in.
  • Step 2: Then, on the homepage, click on the option “BPSC 66th Result 2022”.
  • Step 3: Now applicants need to enter their login credentials.
  • Step 4: Next, click on the “Submit” button.
  • Step 5: Automatically, a PDF will open on the screen.
  • Step 6: Check the details mentioned on the BPSC 66th Result 2022 and click on download.
  • Step 7: Save a copy of the BPSC result for future reference.

Here is the direct link to view the PDF of the final results of the BPSC 66th CCE – CLICK HERE

BPSC 66th CCE Final Results

The selection procedure consisted of three stages: preliminary, main and interview. A total of 1,838 candidates were shortlisted for interviews after the main round and only 1,768 candidates showed up for interviews, which took place from May 18 to June 22, July 5 and July 18 respectively. The Commission prepared the final merit list based on the candidates’ performance in the interviews and the main results. Candidates who obtained more marks were given preference, followed by those who obtained higher marks in the elective subjects. To break ties, candidates were favored in the merit list. In the case of two candidates of the same age, preference was given to the names of the candidates in order of preference to Devnagri.

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