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BTC CSB organises written interview

Nearly 9000 candidates seated in the written test for 61 vacant posts of Agriculture Extension Assistant(i.e.VLEW) in the Agriculture department in BTC on Sunday held at different 21 centres in Kokrajhar.

The written test was organised by BTC Central Selection Board(CSB) to select candidates against vacancies in Agricultural department in the council.

Nearly nine thousand candidates from different districts of the BTAD seated in the test which was started from 11 am for two-hour in 21 centres. Candidates expresses their hopeful that they would be getting written test opportunity for the job in the Agricultural department.They said that there are around 61posts are lying vacant in the department for which why the test has been organised.

An envigilator told that the written test was organised in a peaceful situation. Candidates seated with attentive in the test which was started from 11 am in the noon.Guardians also expected good results through merit phenonmenon.

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