BPSC Second Provisional Answer Key Released: How to Raise Objections
The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has recently unveiled the second provisional answer key for the BPSC school teacher examination. This development is crucial for candidates who appeared for the exam, as it allows them to review their performance and potentially challenge any discrepancies they may find in the answer key. In this article, we will guide you through the steps to raise objections to the second provisional answer key.
Steps to Raise Objections to BPSC Second Provisional Answer Key
Follow these simple steps to raise objections against the second provisional answer key for the BPSC school teacher examination:
|1||Visit the official website of the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) at bpsc.bih.nic.in.|
|2||Look for and download the BPSC school teacher’s second answer key, which should be prominently featured on the homepage.|
|3||Log in using your credentials, including the candidate’s user ID and password.|
|4||After logging in, you can proceed to match the question ID with the answer you wish to challenge.|
|5||Upload supporting documents for each challenged answer to substantiate your objection.|
|6||Thoroughly review all your objections and answers, then click the submit option to register your objections.|
|7||If necessary, download the submitted objections for your reference.|
It’s important to note that the BPSC conducted the teacher recruitment exam on August 24, 25, and 26. The initial provisional answer key was made available on September 2, with the deadline for raising objections extended until September 11. The second set of official answers for all subjects and question series is also accessible on the commission’s website.
To raise objections against the second provisional answer key, candidates are required to pay a fee of Rs. 500 per questioned answer. Please be aware that objections submitted via email or speed post will not be accepted. Questions without objections received by the specified date will be considered final answers, with no further consideration for objections.
Furthermore, the BPSC has extended the opportunity for candidates falling under categories 1–5 to upload corrected or legible documents from September 21 to September 25. This extension applies to cases where applicants have previously uploaded incorrect or illegible documents.