Electronic devices banned in BCS exam centres

BSS . Dhaka | Update:

The Bangladesh Public Service Commission (BPSC) has put restriction on carrying any kind of electronic devices during MCQ test for the 39th special Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) examination to be held tomorrow, Friday.

BPSC said it has restricted carrying books, calculator, bag and all kinds of watches as required numbers of wall clocks will be installed at every examination centre for seeing the time.

If the candidates carry any kind of electronic devices, they would be punished under the BPSC rules and regulations. Eventually, they would be prohibited to take part in all examinations under BPSC forever, said a PSC press release on Thursday.

The two-hour BCS preliminary test will be held simultaneously in Dhaka, Chattogram, Rajshahi, Barishal, Khulna, Sylhet and Rangpur centres from 3:00pm to 5:00pm to recruit physicians.

The test comprises of 200 marks of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) and 100 marks of viva-voce.

On 8 April, the BPSC published a circular for 39th special BCS to recruit 4,542 physicians and 250 dental surgeons. A total of 32,583 aspirants applied against 4,542 physician posts while 5,150 against 250 dental surgeon posts.

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