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44th BCS preliminary exam on May 27, seat plan published


44th BCS preliminary exam on May 27, seat plan published

Bangladesh Public Service Commission (BPSC) has published seat plan for holding MCQ type preliminary test for the 44th Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS)-2021 to be held on May 27.

The test will be held simultaneously in centers of eight divisional cities – Dhaka, Chattogram, Rajshahi, Barishal, Khulna, Sylhet, Mymensingh and Rangpur – on May 27 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, said a press release on Sunday (May 22).

According to the release, the candidate will not be allowed to carry books, all kind of watches, mobile phones, calculators, all kind of electronic devices, bank card or credit card like devices, ornaments and bags in the exam halls. 

In the presence of the executive magistrate and police, the candidates have to enter the exam halls showing admit cards. They will also be searched via metal detectors for detecting banned items, including mobile phones, watches, and electronic devices.

SMSs will be sent to the mobile phones of all the examinees for not bringing the banned items mentioned in the instruction to exam halls on the day of the examination. The applicant has to follow the instructions mentioned in the SMS.

Candidates will not be allowed to cover their ears during the test rather they will have to keep their ears open. If it is necessary to use any kind of hearing aid in the ear, the approval of the commission should be taken beforehand showing prescriptions of specialist doctors.

Information regarding the exam venues, seat plan and other instructions are available on BPSC website www.bpsc.gov.bd.

Earlier, the BPSC published a circular for the 44th BCS on Nov 30, 2021 for recruiting 1,710 civil servants in different cadre services.

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