It is mandatory for the candidates to follow the rules of the prohibited materials, the books to be taken in the Examination Room and other important instructions.
Prohibited Items For Bssc Interlevel Examination Centre
2. Food Drinks (Cold / Hot) Ingredients
3. Gutkha, Khani, Pan, Beedi, Cigarette etc. Drugs.
4. Any kind of jewellery, talisman, etc.
5. Individual pen / pencil / calculator / slide rule / log table / graph paper / chips or any electronic device and mobile phone, Bluetooth, pager, personal device, smartphone, watch, bag etc.
(B) Books which candidates can take with them in the BSSC Examination Room:
The initial examination will be taken along with the book. Candidates can take three books with them. you can take a book for each section. one book for General Knowledge, one book for Mathematics and one book General Science Section. you Can not take any guide related to a subject, photocopy of the book, handwritten paper, notes etc in the BSSC examination hall. Books of NCERT / B.S.E.B./ I.C.S.E. And the textbook of other boards will be valid. Do not forget to write your name/roll number on your book.
Exchanges of books in the examination room are totally prohibited.if you exchange books with each other than your exam can be cancelled.
The candidates are instructed to come with an aadhar card, voter id, driving licence or other photo identification card with Bssc interlevel admit card at the examination centre. Candidates of 1st sitting should arrive at 7:30 AM and candidates of 2nd shift must reach at midnight at 12:00 PM. After the start of the examination, no one will get enter the examination centre.
Candidates will only use the blue or black ballpoint pens, which will be made available in the examination hall, for filling OMR answer sheet.
Candidates carefully read the instructions given in the OMR answer sheets provided and then start filling OMR sheet. Do not leave any marks on the OMR answer sheet, because this will cancel their candidacy. The candidates are prohibited from making any type of identification mark anywhere on Part 2 of the OMR answer sheet.