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37th BCS written result this week

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Staff Reporter  :
The Public Service Commission will publish the 37th Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) written examinations' result this week.
Commission (PSC) Chairman Mohammad Sadik said "results are likely to be published by this week."
A total of  8,523 candidates sat for the written examinations though as many as 43,476 candidates took the 200-mark preliminary examination held on September 30 for class one
posts under different cadre services. Results will be available on the PSC website at www.bpsc.gov.bd.
Apart from PSC's website, applicants could also get results by sending an SMS to 16222 from Teletalk mobile operator.
Meanwhile, the preliminary examinations of the 38th BCS will take place by the end of November.
The final results of the 36th BCS examinations were published on Tuesday afternoon. A total of 2323 candidates were recommended for different cadres, BPSC sources confirmed.
On the other hand, a total of 3308 candidates were kept in the waiting list for non-cadre posts.

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