Bihar Public Service Commission has released the notification for the Mains exam for the post of Assistant Prosecution Officer. According to the released notification, you can apply for this exam from 21 September 2022. A total of 553 posts will be recruited through this vacancy. So the candidates who have cleared the prelims exam BPSC You can apply online by visiting the official website of bpsc.bih.nic.in. Before applying, candidates should check the official notification.
According to the notification issued by the Bihar Public Service Commission, time has been given till 07 October 2022 for the Mains Examination of Assistant Prosecution Officer. The prelims exam for this vacancy was held on 07 February 2021, the prelims result was released on 27 April 2021. Again Mains exam will be conducted for this vacancy.
How to Apply for Bihar APO Vacancy
- To apply, first go to the official website bpsc.bih.nic.in.
- Go to the link of Important Notice on the home page of the website.
- After this, click on the option of Applying Online for Assistant Prosecution Officer.
- On the next page, you have to go to the link of Apply Online.
- Now fill the application form with the asked details.
- After applying, take a print out of it.
Check here notification for Bihar APO Recruitment 2022 Mains.
BPSC APO Mains Exam Pattern
This exam will be of total 900 marks. There will be seven question papers in it. The first paper will be of general studies, second of Hindi language and third of English language. Each paper will be of 100 marks. Fourth paper Indian Penal Code 1860, fifth paper Indian Evidence Act 1872, sixth paper Criminal Procedure Code 1973 and seventh paper is of other law. 150 marks are allotted for each.
All the papers in this exam will be of descriptive nature. Three hours will be given to solve each. The candidates who will clear the main exam will get a chance to appear in the personality test. It will be of 100 marks. For more details see the official notification.
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