How To check 44th BCS Preliminary Result 2022? The results of the 44th BCS preliminary examination will be released sometime this month, the Public Service Commission (PSC) said. This test was held simultaneously in all the departments on Friday 26th May. The results of the 44th BCS preliminary examination will be published on Wednesday. For this, an emergency meeting of the Bangladesh Public Service Commission (BPSC) has been called. The results will be published at the end of the meeting. Two members of the PSC confirmed this information.
The 44th BCS preliminary examination was held on May 27 this year. The candidates took part in the examination held in Dhaka, Chittagong, Rajshahi, Khulna, Barisal, Sylhet, Rangpur and Mymensingh centres.
A total of 3,50,716 people applied for the 44th BCS.
Asked about this, PSC chairman Sohrab Hossain told Prothom Alo that the results of the 44th BCS preliminary examination could be released any time this month. PSC has continued all activities on Friday and Saturday even during public holidays. Hopefully, the results will be published soon. Preliminary examinations were held in Dhaka, Chittagong, Rajshahi, Khulna, Barisal, Sylhet, Rangpur and Mymensingh. This test number 200 is held from 10 am to 12 noon.
How to Check 44th BCS Preli Result by Mobile SMS?
Type SMS: PSC <Space> 44 <Space> Registration Number And Send to 16222.
Example Here Below:
PSC<Space> 44<Space> 12345 to Send 16222.
BCS Official Result Link: Click here to –http://www.bpsc.gov.bd/site/view/psc_exam/BCS%20Examination/
A total of 3 lakh 50 thousand 618 people have applied for the 44th BCS. The application period for this BCS was extended by one month due to the non-completion of the final examination in the National University.
The online application for the 44th BCS started on December 30 last year. The last time to apply in the first phase was January 31. Later, the PSC increased it to March 2.
According to the notification of the 44th BCS, 1,610 officers will be recruited in different cadres in this BCS. Of these, 250 are in administration cadre, 50 in police cadre, 10 in the foreign cadre, 14 in Ansar cadre, 30 in audit and account, 11 in tax, 11 in co-operative, 6 in railway transport and trade, 10 in information, 23 in the post, 8 in trade, 28 in family planning, 27 in food. 3, 485 will be taken in the technical cadre and 6 in the education cadre.