40th BCS Written Exam Routine 2019 Published

The Respective Authority of the Bangladesh Public Service Commission (BPSC) has published its 40th bcs written exam routine 2019 today on 19 December 2019. The BPSC Authority has published the date for holding its 40th edition of Bangladesh Civil Service Written Examination 2019. Check here the fortieth BCS written exam routine and date from here very easily. The candidates who have sat for the 40th BCS preliminary MCQ Examination is subject to sit for the written exam in 2020 as per the routine. The 40th BCS written exam will take place in the upcoming new year. The BPSC authority will hold its 40th BCS Written examination in January 2020. So check the below file both PDF and JPF files to see your 40th BCS Written Examination 2019 Date and Routine.

40th BCS Written Exam-2018 Date

Earlier on 10 December this year, the Bangladesh Public Service Commission has published a circular in various national dailies and its official website. In the published notification, the BPSC authority has stated that they will take the written examination of the 40th BCS Examination-2018 in January. They have also mentioned the BCS written examination starting and ending date. They have stated in the notification that they are going to hold the most-waited 40th BCS Written Examination-2018 from 04 January to 08 January in 2020. The BPSC notification singed by the exam controller A E M Nesar Uddin also read that they would publish the detail information about the BCS written Examination, Seat Plan, Exam Center, and other relative information later.


On 19 December 2019, the BPSC authority has circulated a new notification in different newspapers in the country. In the notification, they have given the 40 BCS written exam date along with the routine. In the fortieth BCS Written Exam Routine, the respective authority has given the date for holding each subject written examination. The 40th BCS Written Exam Routine reads that the written examination for the compulsory subjects will be held in eight districts. This information says that the exam centers will be in Dhaka, Rajshahi, Chittagong, Sylhet, Barishal, Maymanshing, Khulna, and Rangpur. Theses are the exam center locations fixed by the Bangladesh Service Commission administrative for holding the 40th BCS written examination-2018.

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40th BCS Written Exam-2018 Routine

In the above two paragraphs, as I think, you have got a simple idea when the 40th BCS written exam will take place. It is now the main topic for everyone. Here to mean everyone I have referred the students, of course, I will mark them as students, who have successfully passed the MCQ examination. Here in the following paragraphs, I will demonstrate each and every piece of information that you need as an examinee for the 40th BCS written examination. Firstly, you all will want to know when the subject wise examination for the 40th BCS written examination will take place as per the exam routine. So, the 40th BCS Written exam routine is a must for you if you are going to sit for this year’s compulsory subject wise Bangladesh Civil Service Commission Examination this year.


You know that there are several subjects that have been included in the BCS written examination. The number of each subject bears a mark of 200. Similar to the BCS MCQ test, one will not be able to reach the viva voce if one fails to secure the pass marks in the 40th BCS Written Exam as per the directions stated in the routine. We in the text of the proceedings have stated the 40th BCS written exam routine very explicitly in detail. So, have a careful look at the below paragraphs to know all about the information of the 40th BCS Written Examination. 

40th BCS Written Exam (English) Routine

As stated in the routine the BPSC authority has published on 19 December 2019, the 40th BCS written Examination or Exam will begin on 04 January 2020. On the first day of the 40th BCS written examination, the English Exam will take place on 04 January 2020. The scheduled time for holding the English Written Examination is four hours. The 40th BCS English Written Exam will start at 10:00 am at eight districts. The four hours long BCS written examination will conclude after four hours. It will end at 02:00 pm. There is no second shift on the first day’s 40th BCS written exam routine.


That means the candidates, undoubtedly, have to sit for English written examination only on the first day of the 40th BCS written exam. In the routine, the authority has also stated various conditions and directions for attending the written examination this year. Surely, all the students who are going to sit for the 40th bcs written examination for all compulsory subjects as per the published routine and date for the exam must follow all the directions. Meanwhile, if you want to make good in English, you must take good preparation. Only a good preparation can enable you to answer completely in BCS written examination.

40th BCS Written Exam-2018 Routine

40th BCS (Bangladesh Affairs) Written Exam Routine

The 40th BCS written examination for the Bangladesh Affairs will be held on the following day, on 05 January. Actually, to inform you that January 05 is Sunday. That focus on the issue that the students have to give the written examination for Bangladesh Affairs on Sunday. Both the General and Technical students have to sit for the examination for the subject. The subject code for the Bangladesh Affairs at the 40th BCS Written Examination is 005. Surely, one must need to write down the subject code on this transcript papers.

40th BCS Written Exam-2018 Routine (3)

40th BCS Written Exam-2018 Routine (3)

40th BCS Written Exam-2018 Routine (3)

Clearly, I have given the images file of the 40th BCS Written Examination. Undoubtedly, you will find it very helpful as I believe for every moment. I hope this becomes your last BCS and you become a BCS cadre for the unit you want to be.

The Author

Suzon Ali

The head of the team at www.allnewjobcircular.com is Md Suzon Ali, who is a masters' student at the Rajshahi University English department. Suzon Ali is also the Rajshahi University reporter at English daily New Age, the outspoken renowned English daily in Bangladesh. He is the president of the Rajshahi University Journalist Association which is known as Rajshahi University Sangbadik Somiti. He has a five-year experience in writing several blog articles and news articles.

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