BPSSC Bihar SI Exam Pattern

BPSSC Bihar SI Exam Pattern (Prelims & Mains)

BPSSC Bihar SI Exam Pattern:- If you are going to appear for the written exam of the BPSSC for the vacancies of the Bihar Police SI & Sergeant post then you have to check the Bihar SI Exam Pattern 2021 to make a perfect strategy for your exam preparation.

No.-1. Bihar Police Sub-Inspector exam pattern help to get an idea about the difficulty level of exam and type of questions asked in the exam.

No.-2. BPSSC will select only deserving and talented candidates for the Bihar Police SI & Sergeant post.

No.-3. So you have to improve your subject knowledge and skills to solve as many questions as you can in the exam in the given duration.

No.-4. Nowadays as competition increasing with time, so to clear the exam students must start the preparation with a solid study plan.

No.-5. The important step for creating a good study plan is to go thoroughly with the latest exam pattern and detailed syllabus of the respective exam.

No.-6. So, in this article, we have provided the detailed Bihar SI 2020 Syllabus with the latest exam pattern which will help you to boost your preparation strategy.

Bihar Police SI 2021 Exam Pattern

No.-1. As stated earlier Bihar SI written exam will comprise 2 objective test papers, namely, prelims and mains.

No.-2. Prelims consist of only one paper in which questions related to General Knowledge and Current Affairs will be asked while Mains consists of two papers.

No.-3. In the first paper, of mains exam questions are asked from the subject General Hindi & in the second paper, miscellaneous questions are asked from topics like General Studies, General Science, Civics, Indian History, Geography of India, Mathematics and Mental Ability.

No.-4. Now, let’s see below what is the exam pattern of prelims, mains respectively:

Bihar SI Prelims Exam Pattern

BPSSC Sub-Inspector prelims written examination consists of only one section with 100 questions in total. The total marks for the section are 200 and the total duration of the exam is 02 hours(120 Minutes).

Subject No. of Questions Marks
General Knowledge & Current Affairs 100 200

No.-1. The Bihar Police SI Prelims exam will be held offline.

No.-2. The Bihar SI Prelims exam will be of Objective Type.

No.-3. The Pre Exam will be of Minimum 200 Marks with 100 Questions.

No.-4. The Time Duration for the Pre Exam will be 02 Hours.

No.-5. There will be negative marking of 0.2 marks for each wrong answer.

No.-6. In order to qualify the Bihar SI Prelims exam and be shortlisted for the Mains exam, candidates need to get a minimum of 30% marks in the exam.

Bihar SI Mains Exam Pattern

No.-1. Candidates successfully cleared the Bihar SI preliminary examination will be given the opportunity to appear in the main examination. There will be two papers in the main examination.

No.-2. The first question paper will be of 2 hours of general Hindi of 200 marks, which will have 100 questions.

No.-3. And it will be mandatory for the candidates to get a minimum of 30 percent marks otherwise they will be disqualified.

No.-4. Mains Paper 1 score will not be added to the merit assessment.

No.-5. The second paper will be of general studies which will be related to general science, civics, Indian history, Indian geography, mathematics, and mental aptitude.

No.-6. Paper 2 will be of 200 marks in which the total number of questions will be 100 and the duration of the examination will be 2 hours.

Paper No. of Questions Total Marks
General Hindi (Qualifying) 100 200
General Studies 100 200

The paper of General Studies include topics of General Science, Civics, Indian History, Geography of India, Mathematics and Mental Ability

BPSSC Bihar SI Exam Pattern Important Notes

No.-1. The Bihar Police SI Mains exam will be held offline.

No.-2. The Bihar SI Mains exam will be of Objective Type.

No.-3. The Mains Exam will be of Minimum 200 Marks with 100 Questions.

No.-4. The Time Duration for the Mains Exam will be 02 Hours.

No.-5. There will be negative marking of 0.2 marks for each wrong answer.

No.-6. Candidates need to get a minimum of 30% marks in Paper 1 which is qualifying in nature. Marks obtained in Hindi paper will not be counted for the merit list.

No.-7. Based on the main written examination, 6  times the number of vacancies will be selected for physical efficiency test according to the category.

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