BJSC or Bangladesh Judicial Service Commission is responsible for recruiting for Bangladesh Judicial Service through a very competitive exam. This exam is held in several steps. The MCQ exam’s first step is already done, and selected candidates are now waiting for their written exam.
In the meantime, Bangladesh Judicial Service Commission published the 14th BJSC written exam routine two days ago. Let’s take a closer look at the routine to find out the schedule of the exams and other necessary information.
BJSC Written Exam 2021
BJSC has published the circular for recruiting Assistant Judge for Bangladesh Judicial Service previously. There are 100 vacancies for the post, and many candidates have already applied through online application.
After scrutinizing their applications, only the eligible candidates could download the admit card and sit for the MCQ exam, which was the first step of the process.
The second step will be a written exam that will take a few days to complete. Let’s check some of the highlights of the BJS exam this year.
- Application Start Date: 21 January 2021
- Application End Date: 15 February 2021
- Admit Card Download Date: 18 February 2021
- MCQ Exam Date: 25 September 2021
When Will 14th BJSC Written Exam be Held?
According to the official notice of BJSC, the written exam will be held from 7 November 2022 to 17 November 2022. Here are the highlights of the written exam schedule.
- Written Exam Start Date; 7 November 2021
- Written Exam End Date: 17 November 2021
- Exam Time: 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm
- Exam Venue: Siddheshwari Girls College, 148 New Baily Road, Dhaka-1000.
14th BJSC Written Exam Routine
As you will need the complete routine for attending the written exam, we have provided the routine in PDF for your convenience. Click here to download the routine from our website.
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Written Exam Instructions
BJSC has instructed the following for the candidates. Make sure you know and follow each of them to ensure you can complete your written exam properly.
- Candidates must bring the admit card to the exam hall. No candidates will be allowed to attend the written exam without the admit card.
- Candidates must be present at the exam hall 30 minutes before the exam.
- Bringing bags, books, calculators, electronic or wristwatches, mobile, or other digital devices to the exam hall is prohibited.
- If any candidate is found copying or following any other ill means, they will be expelled, and legal actions will be taken against the candidate.
- All the candidates must wear a mask before going to the exam hall.
Now that you have the 14th BJSC written exam routine, you can prepare better for the exam. This exam is crucial to prove your credibility to be an assistant judge and serve justice to all the citizens regardless of their races, religions, and castes. Best of luck.