In the budget 2023, the Bihar government has given good news to the unemployed youth of Bihar. Bihar’s Finance Minister Mr. Vijay Kumar Chaudhary has announced in the budget 2023 that in the financial year 2023-2024, there will be direct recruitment through BPSC on 49000 posts. This appointment is to be done on vacant posts in Bihar. Advertisements will be taken out by BPSC soon for appointment to these posts. The government is trying to complete the recruitment process for 49,000 posts before the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Now the examination will be taken simultaneously for the posts from the top to the bottom of the departments, in which passing will get the posting according to the rank. The following posts will be appointed through BPSC –
- Sub Divisional Officers (S.D.O)
- Sub Divisional Magistrate (SDM)
- Additional District Magistrate (ADM)
- Deputy Superintendent Of Police (Dy. S.P)
- Sub Divisional Police Officer (S.D.P.O)
- District Vehicles Officers
- District Forest Officers
- District Election Officer
- District Education Officer
- District Agriculture Officer
- Block Development Officer (B.D.O)
- Circle Officer (C.O.)
- Panchayati Raj Officers
- Child Development Program Officer (C.D.P.O.)
- Sugarcane Development Officer
- Head Master in Government Officer
- Block Education Officer (B.E.O)
- Upper Division Clerk
For appointment to all these posts, it is mandatory for the candidate to be a graduate from a recognized university. For appointment to some posts, it is necessary to pass graduation with science subject. The minimum age to apply for BPSC is 21 years and the maximum age is 35 years. There is relaxation in the maximum age limit for backward class, SC / ST, women, disabled.
Process of Mains Exam – This exam will be taken in three phases. In the first phase there will be preliminary examination. In this, all the questions are multiple-choice, in which 5 options are given. After passing this preliminary exam comes the turn of mains exam. This is a written test. In this, the answers to the questions are written in detail. According to the new rule of BPSC, now it has been made necessary to pass only the optional question paper. Its numbers will not be added to the total score in the Mains exam. Instead, the merit list will be made on the basis of marks obtained in the general studies test.
After passing the mains, the successful candidate is called for an interview. In the interview, general knowledge, information about the environment related to the candidate, information on current affairs are often asked. After passing the interview, the final merit list of the candidate is issued. On the basis of merit list, the candidate is given the post. Top 20 candidates get SDO rank, while candidates from top 20 to top 45 are allotted Dy. S.P. rank. After this merit list other third class posts are given.