BSSC Result 2021 Candidates who had participated in this exam can check their results by visiting bssc.bihar.gov.in. The list of successful candidates has been made available in PDF format on the website. A total of 5322 candidates have been declared successful.
BSSC Result 2021: Bihar Staff Selection Commission (BSSC) has declared the preliminary examination results for recruitment to the posts of Urdu Anuvadak under advertisement number 01/19. The preliminary exam results are available on the official website of the commission. Candidates who had participated in this exam can check their results by visiting bssc.bihar.gov.in. The list of successful candidates has been made available in PDF format on the website.
Check the result with these steps.
To check the Preliminary Examination result for the posts of Urdu Anuvadak, candidates first visit the official website of the Commission, bssc.bihar.gov.in. Next, enter the Notice Board section available on the homepage. Here click on the respective exam result link. Now you will be brought to a new page. The list of successful candidates in the preliminary examination is provided here. Candidates can check it according to their roll number. If required, download this page and take a printout of it.
Let us inform you that the preliminary examination for these posts was conducted on February 28, 2021. Based on this, a total of 5322 candidates have been declared successful. The admit cards of the candidates for appearing in the exam were issued on February 15, 2021. The candidates who have cleared the preliminary exam will now have to appear in the main exam. The date of the main exam will be announced later. Candidates should keep visiting the official website from time to time for the latest updates.
It is to be noted that Bihar Staff Selection Commission had released the notification in November 2019 to recruit 1505 posts of Rajbhasha Sahayak (Urdu), Urdu Translator and Assistant Urdu Translator. In which a total of 1294 vacancies were notified for the posts of Assistant Urdu Translator.
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