Patna High Court To Take The BPSC Case Today
Post on 09,April 2013   6:53 AM
By - Mr. Om Singh
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PATNA: Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) 53rd -55th mains examination case was expected to take off on Monday but due other cases it wasn't heared.

Now the case is relisted in today's proceading in the court number 13 of Patna High Court.

BPSC is in hurry to release the result of the mains examination which was held in may-June 2012.

BPSC has already filed its reply regarding account officer vacancy to the bench of Justice Mihir Kumar Jha if court will satisfy with reply then commission will release the result in few days time.

BPSC is expected to appoint large number officials through 53rd-55th examination across the 19 services

 

 


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