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BPSC APO Mains 2021 Application Form Last Date Extended, Revised Updates Here

BPSC APO Mains 2021 Application Form
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Bihar Public Service Commission, BPSC has extended the last date for Assistant Prosecution Officer APO Mains 2021. As per the official updates, eligible candidates can fill the online application form to register for the main written exam upto June 14, 2021. While the last date to submit offline Hard Copy of the application at BPSC Office is June 21, 2021.

The application form for mains written examination is now available on the official website of the BPSC at bpsc.bih.nic.in. The candidates who have qualified the BPSC APO preliminary written examination are required to register for the Mains written examination. Candidates should note that only registered applicants will be allowed to take the Assistant Prosecution Officer APO Mains 2021 examination.

The Commission has conducted the APO Prelims exam on February 07, 2021. A total of 3,995 candidates have successfully qualified the exam. BPSC is conducting the APO Recruitment examination for filling 533 vacant posts.

BPSC APO Mains 2021 Application Form – Direct Link

BPSC Assistant Prosecution Officer APO Mains 2021: Important Dates



Start date for filling the BPSC APO Mains application form

May 12, 2021

Last date to register for BPSC APO Mains 2021

June 4, 2021

Last date to submit hard copy of the application form

June 11, 2021

BPSC APO Mains 2021: Application Fees

General candidates will have to pay Rs 750/- as the application fees.
SC/ ST & Female candidates will have to pay Rs 750/- as the application fees.
(Note: Candidates with impairment of more than 40% would have to pay an additional Rs 200)

BPSC APO Mains 2021 Syllabus and Exam Pattern

● According to the BPSC APO key entrance test exam pattern, there will be a total of seven papers, each worth 100 points.

● General information, Hindi language, English language, Indian Evidence Act 1872, Indian Penal Code 1860, Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, and other laws will be covered in the BPSC APO mains question articles.