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Saturday, October 6, 2018

BPSC Online Mock Test, Exam Syllabus, Pattern, Date

This year BPSC release official notification for the 64th CCE 2018. This recruitment examination is conducted to filling various posts in departments/ministries under the Bihar government. This recruitment exam also known as Bihar Provincial Civil Service (PCS) Exam or Bihar Civil Services Exam, it’s highly competitive recruitment examination. There are 2 modes of recruitment examination prelims and main. In this article we are share you complete information such as important date, exam pattern and syllabus, selection process etc.

BPSC Mock Test
BPSC Mock Test
BPSE Recruitment Examination Overview

Name of the Exam Bihar Civil Services Exam/BPSC Combined Competitive Examination
Name of the Organizing Body Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC)
Official Website
Job Location Bihar
Mode of Application Online
Number of vacancies 1465 [1255 (initial) + 140 (increased) + 70 (increased)]

BPSC Exam Important Date: The Bihar public service commission notification only release for prelims examination. The other important dates release soon. Candidates prefer official website of BPSC for latest information. Our website is not responsible for any mistake.

Exam Events Important Dates
Notification released 2nd August 2018
Registration started 3rd August 2018
Registration closed 30th August 2018
Online payment process started 4th August 2018 (after 11:00 AM)
Last date of online application fee payment 3rd September 2018
Last date of online application submission 10th September 2018

There are 3 modes of selection, prelims, main, interviews.

BPSC Prelims Exam Pattern: The prelims exam is conducted through offline mode, 120 minutes 150 marks multiple choice question papers. 

BPSE Main Exam Pattern: The BPSC main exam consists of 4 papers as follows:

Subject Code Subjects Maximum Marks Duration
1 Hindi 100 3 hours
2 General Studies (Paper I) 300 3 hours
3 General Studies (Paper II) 300 3 hours
4 Optional Subject* 300 3 hours

Candidate requires scoring 30% minimum mark in Hindi, however; these marks will not be considered while preparing the final merit list.

For the optional subject, candidates are required to select one subject from the list of available subjects for the Main examination. Here is the list of subjects:

List of Optional Subjects

Subject Code Subject Name
4 Agriculture
5 Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science
6 Anthropology
7 Botany
8 Chemistry
9 Civil Engineering
10 Commerce & Accountancy
11 Economics
12 Electrical Engineering
13 Geography
14 Geology
15 History
16 Labour and Social Welfare
17 Law
18 Management
19 Mathematics
20 Mechanical Engineering
21 Philosophy
22 Physics
23 Political Science and International Relations
24 Psychology
25 Public Administration
26 Sociology
27 Statistics
28 Zoology
29 Hindi Language & Literature
30 English Language & Literature
31 Urdu Language & Literature
32 Bangla Language & Literature
33 Sanskrit Language & Literature
34 Persian Language & Literature
35 Arabic Language & Literature
36 Pali Language & Literature
37 Maithili Language & Literature

BPSC Interview: The list of candidates who qualify the Main examination is published on the official website. These candidates are called for the interview round. The final merit list is prepared after considering the marks of main exam and interview round.

BPSC Preliminary Exam Syllabus: BPSC CCE Preliminary exam syllabus includes topics such as

  1. Current Events of National and International importance
  2. General Science
  3. History of India and salient features of history of Bihar, General geography and geographical division of Bihar and its major river systems
  4. Indian Polity and Economy
  5. Major changes in the economy of Bihar post-independence
  6. Indian National Movement and contribution of Bihar
  7. Questions from General Mental Ability.

BPSC Main Exam Syllabus
  1. Hindi – The paper will comprise of questions on essay writing (30 marks), grammar (30 marks), sentence syntax (25 marks), and prĂ©cis-writing/summary (15 marks). Questions will be of the Secondary Level of Bihar School Examination Board.
  2. General Studies (Paper I) – Current events of national and international importance, the modern history of India and Indian culture, and statistical analysis, graphs & diagrams
  3. General Studies (Paper II) – Indian Polity, India Economy and Geography of India, and the role and impact of science and technology in the development of India.
  4. Optional Subject – Candidates have to select from one of the optional subjects for this paper. The detailed syllabus for each subject is available on the official website.