BPSC 53rd 55th Civil Services Examination: HC Asks Statistics Of PT Result
Post on 31,July 2013   6:00 AM
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PATNA: Patna High Court has directed Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) reveal the data regarding how many reserved category candidates cleared the PT of 53rd 55th Civil Services Examination in general category on next hearing date.

BPSC has already finished the interview process of the 53rd 55th examination but due to the court cases commission is hesitant to release the final result.

Apart from the PT related case BPSC is also facing moderation related case which was referred to the constitutional bench of Patna High Court where proceedings are yet to begin.

Looking after the multiple cases pending against the 53rd 55th Civil Services Examination so fate if recruitment drive depends on the High Court verdict. More than this next set of examination which was expected to announce by Aug 2013 has delayed.


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