BSSC Inter Level Exam 2018: Tests to Begin from Today. Here Are Last Minute Instructions
Bihar Staff Selection Commission (BSSC) Inter Level exams 2018 will be conducted on December 8, 9, and 10. Here are some important instructions before appearing for the examinations.
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Bihar Staff Selection Commission | The Bihar Staff Selection Commission (BSSC) is going to conduct Inter level examination on today, tomorrow and on Monday (December 8, 9 and 10). There were also rumours that surfaced on cancellation of the paper, however, the commission in its official notification has mentioned that the examinations will be conducted on the scheduled date and time.
Admit Card: Candidates can download the admit card for the BSSC Inter level exam on its website (bssc.bih.nic.in) till a day prior to the examination.
Caution: Do not leave your house without it in any case as you will be denied an entry into the examination hall if you fail to carry the same. Please follow the instructions here.
Where will the exam be conducted: The exam will be held across all districts in Bihar. The state government has established 571 exam centres in district headquarters. The exam will be conducted in two shifts.
Advisory: The board has barred certain items and advised students no to carry it on the date of exam. These are: Shoes and socks, eatable (cold or hot), Gutkha, Paan, Bidi, Cigarette, tobacco products or any material used for intoxication purposes, Textual material (printed or written), bits of papers geometry/pencil Box, plastic pouch, calculator, pen, electronic pen/scanner, writing pad, pen drives, eraser, scale.
Time of arrival: Candidates should reach the examination centres two hours prior to the commencement of the examination to felicitate the frisking. Once the examination started, the candidates neither get the entry in to the examination hall nor will be allowed to get out of it.
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