Monday, January 16, 2012


Bench of chief justice Rekha m. Doshit and justice B.P.verma has rejected LPA of candidates against decision of single bench of justice A.K.Tripathy regarding cancellation of 53rd to 55th PT of BPSC.Bench said that there is no fault in decision made by single bench and steps taken by BPSC to remove faults in result are satisfactory.Justice tripathy have already directed BPSC to reevaluate copies of candidates on the basis of new answer key.Due to which BPSC had to publish additional result of  candidates and to lower down cutoff by 4 marks in each category.Now the way is clear for mains of BPSC. to see detailed news please se the following link

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

new marks of BPSC revised result

:In a rapid response over patna high court judgement passed on Jan-4 BPSC has released additional result for the 53-55th PT Examination.
The total number of additional students are declared successful in 53-55 PT Examination by BPSC are 5422 among them 2265 GEN ,SC 779,ST 32,BC1-932,BC2-1304,BC Women-130 and 72 are handicaps.
Cut off are AS FOLLOWS

GEN 100
SC    83
ST     83
BC1  89
BC2  96
BC Women  87.
however candidates hoping a positive result are again disappointed because in new result there is also decrease in marks of maximum candidate by two marks.some candidates have to face a deduction of even four marks.Against previous hope copies of all candidates have been re we are eagerly waiting for judgment of division bench of patna high court  .to see your new marks please click here BPSC result

Wednesday, January 4, 2012


HC order to review BPSC prelims paper

Patna, Jan. 4: The high court today set aside the preliminarytest results of the 53rd to 55th common combined competitive examination conducted by Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) in 2011 and directed it (commission) to publish fresh result of unsuccessful candidates after re-evaluating their papers.
A bench of Justice Ajay Kumar Tripathi directed the commission to re-evaluate the papers of the unsuccessful after deleting the nine questions found to be wrong by an expert committee constituted by theBPSC in accordance with the court’s directive in September last year.
The court made it clear that the 15,137 candidates declared successful in the preliminary test by BPSC on July 16,2011, should not be disturbed while re-evaluating the papers.
The bench passed the judgment on a bunch of petitions filed byunsuccessful candidates of the preliminary exam, challenging the BPSC’s decision to announce the results of the test abruptly deletingeight marks from 150. During the course of hearing, the commission admitted that nine questions out of 150 were wrong.
Petitioners’ counsel Manan Kumar Mishra, who expressedunhappiness over the judgment, told The Telegraph: “We willchallenge the judgment in division bench seeking direction forreducing the nine marks from the current merit list in all thecategories. We will file the petition tomorrow in the high court.”
Mishra, during the hearing, advocated reducing nine marks of each candidate and prepare a fresh merit list. But the court rejected the contention.
Citing the civil judge (junior division) exam in which the same situation had arisen when commission arbitrarily reduced 25 marks but the division bench directed to reduce cut-off marks in each category by another 25 marks, Mishra had sought the same relief.
Additional advocate general (1) Lalit Kishore told The Telegraph that the court had agreed to our contention, wherein thecommission had submitted during the hearing that it was ready to carry out re-evaluation after deleting nine wrong questions. The court has taken care of the successful candidates’ fate as there would be no re-evaluation of their answer-sheets.”
An advertisement for BPSC preliminary exam was published on January1, 2011. The preliminary exam was conducted on April 17. The result was published on July 16, 2011. Of 1,37,694 candidates, about 15,137 candidates were declared successful by the commission that organised combined (53rd to 55th) civil services examination.
Several candidates who failed to make it to the list approached thecourt on the issue. The petitioners said the commission had illegally deleted eight questions out of 150 asked in the exam and declared results on the basis of 142 questions.
The petitioners maintained that they would have automatically qualified in the examination if the results were declared on the basis of 150 questions. The petitioners claimed that the answer booklets supplied by the commission had several defects. The multiple choices (answers) given against some questions were totally wrong but the commission published the result on the basis of such erroneous questions and answers, they said. They maintained that the act of declaring results on the basis of only 142 questions instead of 150 by the commission was totally arbitrary, illegal and mala fide.


Patna high court announced its much awaited decision on the 53rd to 55th PT examination of BPSC ,the decision had been kept pending since last December.In his decision justice Tripathy directed BPSC to reevaluate copies of PT examination.No deduction in cut off marks will be done as it was anticipated earlier, that court may ask to decrease cut off marks by one or two marks.However giving a big relief   to those candidates who has been declared qualified earlier,court ordered  BPSC to exempt them from reevaluation process  it means only new candidate will be declared qualified without altering status of previously qualified candidates.Estimated 588 more candidate is likely to be declared  qualified.BPSC has been given own choice to conduct mains exam,it is possible in April 2012 because in feb,march there is 10th and 12th exam in bihar of bihar board and CBSE .To see court order please

Tuesday, January 3, 2012


TATA NANO  the only available car below 2 lac has got its first rival.having given a tough fight to HERO HONDA in bike segment  Bajaj Auto has unveiled its RE60 4-Wheeler in New Delhi. The Bajaj RE60 has the lowest CO2 emissions of 60 g/km. It is why the name RE60 has been given to this car.The company claims a mileage of 35 kmpl and the RE60 will hit a top speed of 70 kmph. The tall boy design looks funny and the RE60 is more of a 4-wheeled rickshaw than a car. The front seems to be inspired from the Fiat Uno, while the overall body looks like that of a small Maruti Suzuki WagonR. The Bajaj RE60 offers 2+2 or 1+3 seating and has the speedometer in the center of the dashboard, right above the center console. The vehicle has a single wiper and runs on 135/70/12 tyres. With a weight of just 400 kgs, the RE60 is very light and will also be offered in a CNG version. Bajaj will offer 2 variants of the RE60, a commercial variant and a private variant. The vehicle will be made at Bajaj Auto’s Aurangabad plant.

 Bajaj has developed an all new 200cc (some sources claimes it to 800)petrol engine to power the RE60, which is Euro IV compliant. This new petrol motor is a fuel injected (uses a close-loop fuel injection system), water cooled unit, using 4-valve and twin spark technology producing 20 BHP of power. The sequential transmission is easy to use. The mono coque metal polymer hybrid structure is light weight and results in the low weight. The length is 2752mm, the width is 1312mm, while the height is a generous 1650mm. The RE60 has 44-liter of rear boot storage, 7-liter under the hood and 400 liters with the rear seats folded down. The turning circle is very small at just 3.5 m (the Tata Nano has a turning circle of 4 m).

Maruti industries who is already facing sinking market share now get another challenge in form of Bjaj RE60.  Bajaj will commence sales by exporting the RE60 to Sri Lanka. Bajaj has used existing plant to save Rs. 350 crore on the RE60 project. This 4-wheeler is still open for Renault-Nissan to market as their own small car.


JPSC,Ranchi is going to held written examination for the post of assistant in JPSC on 8 Jan 2012.JPSC is already in news for irregularities in 1st and 2nd JPSC  exam and recommendation of 64 and 172 candidates for various jobs in Jharkhand.Even 4th jpsc case is still pending before court.Almost all exam conducted by   JPSC has attracted blame of irregularities. total no. of applicants for present exam are around 17 k and center is in download admit card please follow following link ADMIT CARD

Monday, January 2, 2012

परीक्षक नियुक्त हुए नहीं, जांच भी हो गयी

जेपीएससी-दो में की गयी गड़ब़िडयों का हर रोज नया तथ्य सामने आ रहा है ताजा मामला जेनरल स्टडी विषय से जुड़ा हुआ है इस विषय की कॉपियों की जांच के लिए जेपीएससी द्वारा किसी भी परीक्षक  की नियुक्ति नहीं की गयी,लेकिन कॉपियों की जांच जरूर हो गयी उम्मीदवारों को नंबर भी मिल गये और इसके आधार पर अफसरों की नियुक्ति भी कर ली गयी कॉपियों की जांच वाराणसी के महात्मा गांधी काशी विद्यापीठ के प्रोफेसरों ने की निगरानी जांच के दौरान जब अनुसंधानक द्वारा प्रोफेसर से यह पूछा गया कि आपने किसके आदेश पर कॉपियों की जांच की, तो वे कोइ जवाब नहीं दे सके जांच के दौरान ये तथ्य भी सामने आये हैं कि गड़बड़ी करने के उद्देश्य से भूगोल विषय की कॉपी को राजनीतिक शास्त्र  के प्रोफेसर से जांच करायी गयी उल्लेखनीय है कि जेपीएससी ने महात्मा गांधी काशी विद्यापीठ के प्रोफेसर परमानंद सिंह को जेपीएससी-दो के लिए को-ऑडिनेटर नियुक्त किया था और उन्होंने गड़बड़ी करने के लिए ज्यादातर  परीक्षकों  की नियुक्ति अपने ही कॉलेज के प्रोफेसरों में से की

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