BPSC Exam Paper Leak: Exam Cancelled After Three-member Committee Submits Report

BPSC Exam Paper Leak: The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) on Sunday canceled the 67th Combined Competitive Examination after a 3-member committee submitted its report in the alleged ‘question paper leak’ case. “The examination will be canceled after the 3-member committee submits a report regarding the 67th Combined Competitive Examination. The DGP Bihar has been requested to get the investigation done by the cyber cell in the ‘question paper leak’ case. Apply Online at onlinebpsc.bihar.gov.in

Earlier on Sunday, the commission had ordered a probe into the alleged leak of question paper of the 67th Combined (Preliminary) Competitive Examination held at 1,083 centers across the state. Also Read – BPSC 66th CCE Interview Schedule Out: Download Here at bpsc.bih.nic.in

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This comes after reports emerged that the question papers were being sent through messaging services WhatsApp and Telegram before they hit the social media platform.

Commission secretary Jut Singh had earlier said that prima facie it appears that questions were leaked from an examination center just before the commencement of the examination at 12 noon.

“Seeing the gravity of the situation, the Commission immediately announced an inquiry by a three-member committee, which is to submit its report within 24 hours for further action. The matter will also be referred to the cyber cell of Bihar Police to find out where the examination center originated and to what extent it affects the examination.

Over six lakh candidates had applied for Sunday’s first phase of examination to shortlist candidates for 802 posts in Bihar’s civil services. Those who clear the preliminary exam will be eligible to appear in the second round of examinations conducted for the recruitment of middle level officers like Deputy Superintendent of Police, Sub-Divisional Officer, Block Development Officer and State Revenue Officers.

There was a ruckus in Kunwar Singh College of Arrah after a section of students alleged that they were using the phone. The protesting students said, “They (college authorities) told us that our exams would be delayed, but some students took the exam in two different rooms with the doors locked.”


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