Bangladesh Public Service Commission (BPSC) has published 36th BCS viva schedule 2015 for the temporary selection of General and Technical / Professional viva exam in their official website www.bpsc.gov.bd . From following 29 May, 2017, general and technical / professional cadre candidates viva exam will be taken. It will continue up to 7 June, 2017.
The 36 BCS viva schedule and time-table was published on the Commission’s website. According the 36th BCS viva routine, viva examination will start at 10 am at the headquarters of the BPSC in Shre-Bangla Nagar, Dhaka.
Last 7th February, 36th BCS written result was published. In that BCS written result, 5990 job seekers passed. After publishing written result, the first round of BSC oral test was began. Bangladesh Public Service Commission (BPSC) said that the candidates will not be sent any mail from the Commission to take part in the oral exam. Candidate have to downloaded the 36 BCS viva schedule from the website of the Commission’s examination. They have to present in viva examination with with necessary documents. Now see or download the 36th BCS viva schedule 2015 here.
36th BCS viva schedule 2015
Through 36th BCS examination there are 1803 cadre will be selected to appoint in various type of jobs. If the eligible candidates will not find more from the freedom fighters quota. Then the quota priority will be reduced to take the minimum cadres.
All details information and notice regarding the 36 BSC Viva schedule and time can be found at the published notice by Bangladesh public services commission. If you are interested, you can check out www.bpsc.gov.bd. Are you are thinking to take part in the next BCS examination, you can see our previous post named BCS Written Preparation Tips. It will help you taking a good preparation in BCS written exam.
Bangladesh Public Service Commission (BPSC) manages the recruitment program of the civil services employee of Bangladesh Government. BPSC was founded in 1972 after the liberation of Bangladesh. But, it started it’s journey during the British India in 1926.