Bihar ssc recruitment 2021: Eligible candidates can apply by visiting the official website of the commission, bssc.bihar.gov.in.
Bihar SSC Recruitment 2021: There is good news for the youth who are looking for a job in Bihar Staff Selection Commission (BSSC). The commission had started the application process recently by taking out the recruitment on 100 posts of Mines Inspector. According to the notification, the last date for online application is 20 October 2021. Eligible candidates can apply by visiting the official website of the commission, bssc.bihar.gov.in.
Apart from this, candidates can also directly apply for these posts by clicking on this link https://www.onlinebssc.com/bscmines/ . Also, you can see the notification through this link https://bssc.bihar.gov.in/Advertisement /. A total of 100 posts will be filled under this recruitment (Bihar SSC Recruitment 2021) process.
Important Dates for Bihar SSC Recruitment 2021
Start of Apply Online : 20 September 2021
Last Date to Apply Online : 20 October 2021
Vacancy details for Bihar SSC Recruitment 2021
Mines Inspector – 100 Posts
General – 41 Posts
BC – 11 Posts
EBC – 19 Posts
EWS – 10 Posts
OBC Female – 3 Posts
SC – 15 Posts
ST – 1 Post
Eligibility Criteria for Bihar SSC Recruitment 2021
Eligibility Criteria Candidates should have Diploma in Mines and Mines Surveying from any recognized Institute or Degree in Geology from any recognized University.
Age Limit for Bihar SSC Recruitment 2021
Minimum Age Limit: 21 Years
upper age limit
Male General – 37 Years
Female General – 40 Years
OBC/BC – 40 Years
SC/ST – 42 Years
Fee for Bihar SSC Recruitment 2021
General / BC / OBC Category – Rs. 750/-
SC/ ST – Rs. 200/-
Candidates from outside Bihar – Rs. 750/-
PWD – Rs. 200/-
Female candidates from Bihar – Rs. 200/-
Salary for Bihar SSC Recruitment 2021
Candidates will be paid PB – 2, 9300-34800, Grade Pay 4 4200 as salary.
Selection Process for Bihar SSC Recruitment 2021
Candidates will be selected on the basis of written examination in which objective type questions will be asked from General Knowledge, Mining & Mines Survey or Geology and Mining Legislation & Policies of India. The exam will be of three hours in different shifts. Each paper in the exam will be of 100 marks (300 marks).