BPSC Prelims Exam 2020: Candidates Protest Against Alleged Paper Leak, Real Full Report Here

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Dec 28, 2020

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December 28, 2020: Candidates who appeared for the BPSC Prelims Exam 2020, which was conducted on December 27, 2020, have staged a protest against the alleged leak of prelims exam papers. As per the District Commissioner (DM) Saurabh Jorawal’s statement, candidates who appeared for BPSC Prelims 2020 Exam have staged the protest as the seal of question papers was allegedly broken before the commencement of the examination.

Referring to exam question paper leak, he added, “There’re 18 centers here. In one center students alleged that the seal of the question paper was broken". 

"We tried to pacify the protesting students but when they did not listen. We have asked them to give a written complaint. We’re probing the matter" he further added.

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BPSC Prelims Exam 2020: Important Dates, and Highlights 

Check the latest highlights of the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) prelims 66th Combined Competitive Exam (CCE) 2020 mentioned in the reference table below: 

Exam Name  BPSC 66th Prelims Exam 2020
Conducted by Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) 
Exam Dates  December 27, 2020, Sunday
Questions Covered 150 objective type questions
Subjects Covered  Science, Current affairs, History, Geography, Issues Related to Union, Polity, and maths
Exam Duration  2 Hours 
Answer Key To be Released Soon
Result  Yet to be Released
Official Website

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Additional District Magistrate (ADM) has formed a committee that will look into the matters of BPSC Prelims Exam 2020 question paper leak. The head of the committee has been asked to send a detailed report regarding the matter to the concerned authorities for further evaluation.

Keeping in mind the seriousness of the situation, the Additional District Magistrate (ADM) formed committee will send the report forward to higher authorities, and accordingly, the decision will be made.

When asked about the cancellation of the examination, Saurabh Jorawal, District Commissioner (DM), Aurangabad, stated that a decision made by the higher authorities will be considered. He, however, in this case, has no authority to call the cancellation of the examination.

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