Bpsc: 691 candidates shine in the judicial services Written exam | Patna News

PATNA: A total of 691 candidates were declared successful on the state-level court services written exams. The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) released the results on Thursday.
The 31st Court Services Reviews were held July 24-28 last year at various locations across the city. A total of 2,230 candidates sat for the exams, of which 691 were declared successful. There are a total of 221 job vacancies.
According to the BPSC website, 276 candidates qualified against 88 vacancies in the non-reserved (general) category, 71 against 23 vacancies in the low-income category, 106 against 35 vacancies in the scheduled caste category, 6 against 2 vacancies in the Scheduled Tribe category, 144 vs. 47 vacancies in the Extremely Backward Caste category and 82 vs. 26 vacancies in the Backward Caste category.
BPSC Exam Controller Amarendra Kumar told this reporter on Friday, “The final results will be released after the physical interview. Its schedule will be announced shortly.
On November 29, 2019, the BPSC announced the final results of the 30th Judicial Service Competition, in which 349 candidates were declared admitted.

Mark M. Gagnon