The CSBC constable exam is scheduled to be held on 15 and 22 October 2017.
In an official notification released on 13 September 2017, the CSBC Board had every detail about the exam date, time and date of release of admit card.
On 15 October, the exam will be held in two sessions (10 am to 12 noon and 2 pm to 4 pm). There will
be one session (morning) on 22 October.
Candidates have to report to the exam centre one hour before the exam time.
Earlier in the morning the CSBC has placed another statement on the official website saying the admit card will be released by 6 pm in the evening.
CSBC Constable Exam Admit Card 2017: How to download
Candidates may download the CSBC constable exam admit card following these steps:
Step One: Candidates may enter the official website of CSBC, csbc.bih.nic.in
Step Two: Click on the admit card link from the link from homepage "Important Notice: Regarding downloading of e-Admit Card for Constable Examination."
Step Three: Enter the registration details asked for
Step Four: Submit the details
Step Five: Download your hall ticket from the next page
Candidates who can't download the admit card online, can get the same at the office (details given in the official notification) from 10 October till 12 October.
The exam will be objective type based and the difficulty level will be of 10+2 standard. The exam will carry a total of 100 marks and candidates will be allowed 2 hours, in total, for it. Only those who secure less than 30% marks, will be declared as 'disqualified.'
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