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43 BCS Written Result Published at bpsc.gov.bd

Bangladesh Public Service Commission (PSC) published the 43 BCS Written Result 2023 on Sunday (August 20) for the Notification 2020. A total of 9,841 candidates passed on the Written Exam, declared through a press release published today at 04:30 PM.

The candidate who appeared on the written type exam conducted last year between July 24 and August 4, can view the result from the official website at bpsc.gov.bd.

As per the press release, a total of 9,841 candidates have provisionally passed on the exam based on the Bangladesh Civil Service rules, 2014. The notice has been signed by Abdullah Al Mamun, Examination Controller (Cadre).

Note that, BPSC has conducted the 43rd BCS Preliminary Examination on 29 October 2021. The result was published on January 20, 2022. A total of, 15, 229 candidates passed on the exam. PSC conducted the written exam in July of the same year eventually.

Here’s How to View 43 BCS Written Result 2023

  • First of all, you have to visit the official website of the Bangladesh Civil Service.
  • Type bpsc.gov.bd Or copy and paste the URL into the internet browser.
  • On the main page, you will get a recent notification.
  • Click on the “BCS Exam” under the Notice and Results of Examinations menu.
  • Tap on the notice titled “43rd B.C.S. Exam-2020 Written Exam Result”.
  • On the Page, search for your roll number.

In addition, the 43rd BCS Result can be checked by Mobile SMS. A message requires to send to Teletalk Limited at 16222 to view it.

Follow the method given below

PSC<Space>43<Space>Registration Number

Example: PSC 43 43614241

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