BPSC 31st Judicial Services Mains 2021 Admit Card: Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has uploaded the instructions for the Examinees of 31st Bihar Judicial Services Main (Written) Competitive Examination (Advt. No. 04/2020) and 66th Combined Main (Written) Competitive Examination. The candidates going to appear in the aforementioned exams can check the complete notice on the official website of BPSC.i.e.bpsc.bih.nic.in.
Moreover, the admit cards for BPSC 31st Judicial Services Mains 2021 Exam against the advertisement number 04/2020 have already been uploaded on its website. All those who have qualified for the mains exam can download the 31st Judicial Services Mains 2021 Admit Card through the official website of BPSC.i.e.bpsc.bih.nic.in or through the provided instructions in this article.
According to the official notice, the commission has decided to conduct the exam from 24 to 28 July at Patna. The candidates will be able to download BPSC Civil Judge Admit Card 2021 from 16 July onwards through the official website. All candidates are advised to keep checking on the official website for the latest updates.
Earlier, this exam was to be held from 8 to 13 April April 2021 and the commission had uploaded the admit cards on 25 March for recruitment to the various posts of Civil Judge through BPSC Bihar Judicial Services Mains Exam (Civil Judge) 2021 at its official website.
Around 2739 candidates will appear in the BPSC 31st Bihar Judicial Services Mains Exam 2021 as per reports.
BPSC 31st Bihar Judicial Service Mains Exam Pattern
The mains exam will have 5 optional subjects, the candidates need to choose 3 subjects out of Constitution and Administrative Law of India, Hindu Law and Muhammadan Law, Law of Transfer of Property and Principle of Equity, Law of Trust and Specific Relief, Law of Contract and Torts and Commercial Law. The scheme of the exam is given below
The candidates should note that General Hindi and General English papers are qualifying in nature. Candidates need to obtain at least 30 marks in these papers to qualify for the Mains exam. The marks of these two papers will not be counted for the final merit list.
- General English – 100 marks
- Law of Evidence & Procedure – 150 marks
- Constitutional and Administrative Law of lndia – 150 marks
- Hindu Law & Muhammadan Law – 150 marks
- Law of Transfer of Property, Principles of Equality and Law of Trusts and Specific Relief – 150 marks
- Commercial Law – 150 marks
- General Knowledge including current affairs – 150 marks
- Elementary General Science – 100 marks
- General Hindi – 100 marks
How and Where to Download BPSC 31st Judicial Service Mains Admit Card 2021 against 04/2020?
- Visit the official website of BPSC.i.e.bpsc.bih.nic.in.
- Click on 'Download BPSC 31st Judicial Service Mains Admit Card 2021 against 04/2020' flashing homepage.
- After reading all the instructions given by the commission, the candidates are required to click on Apply Online Tab.
- Then, it will redirect you to the BPSC Online Application Login.
- Enter your user name, password, captcha and click on submit button.
- Then, Download BPSC 31st Judicial Service Mains Admit Card 2021 against 04/2020 will be displayed.
- Download BPSC 31st Judicial Service Mains Admit Card 2021 against 04/2020 and save it for future reference.
All those who will qualify in the mains exam will be called for the interview round, which carries 100 marks. Candidates need to score a minimum of 35% marks in the interview to make it to the Merit List.
This drive is being done to recruit 221 vacancies for the post of Bihar Civil Judge. The selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of prelims, mains and interviews. The candidates will be able to download BPSC 31st Judicial Services Mains 2021 Exam Admit Card once it is released on the official website.
All candidates appearing in the BPSC 31st Judicial Service Mains 2021 against 04/2020 are required to carry a photo identity card along with a hard copy of admit card. Candidates can directly download BPSC 31st Judicial Service Mains Admit Card 2021 against 04/2020 by clicking on the provided hyperlink.