Om Prakash Gupta has topped the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) 64th Combined Competitive Exam (CCE), results of which were declared on Sunday.
Vidyasagar and Anurag Anand secured the second and third position respectively.
As per the BSPC, altogether 1454 candidates have qualified the exam.
A total of 28 candidates have been selected for Bihar Administrative Service, 40 for Bihar Police Service, 10 for Bihar Finance Service (Commercial Tax Officer), 02 for Jail Superintendent, 8 for Sub Registrar/Joint Sub Registrar.
Amarendra Kumar, joint secretary-cum examination controller of BPSC said, “Despite Covid-19 crisis and lockdown, we conducted written exam last year following safety norms. The commission put all efforts for the preparation of results during pandemic.”
The commission conducted interviews for 3799 shortlisted candidates from 1st December 2020 to 10 February 2021. Out of them, 1454 candidates have qualified the 64th CCE based on marks scored in the mains examination and personal interview. The cut off marks for unreserved category is 446 for written exam and 535 for final exam while for unreserved female category cut off marks is 430 for written exam and 513 for final exam.
BPSC officials said the mark sheets for all the candidates will be released under Marksheet Tab on the official website.
BPSC conducted 64th exam to fill 1465 vacant posts in different government departments. More than 2.95 lakh candidates appeared in 64th prelims exam conducted in 2018.