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BPSC Syllabus for Preliminary and Mains Exam

65th BPSC Preliminary Exam Syllabus

The BPSC Preliminary Exam is objective type test before the BPSC Mains Exam. The marks in BPSC Preliminary will not be added in the final merit list.

The BPSC Preliminary Exam Syllabus is given below:

W3.CSS
Exam Name Combined Competitive Exam (Pre)
Exam Conducted By Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC)
Papers 1 – General Studies (150 Marks)
Total Time 120 minutes
BPSC Syllabus
  1. General Science
  2. Events of national and international importance
  3. History of Bihar and Indian History
  4. Geography
  5. Geography of Bihar
  6. Indian Polity and Economy
  7. Changes in the economy of Bihar post-independence
  8. Indian National Movement and the Role of Bihar
  9. General Mental Ability

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65th BPSC Mains Exam Syllabus

Candidates who successfully qualify the BPSC Preliminary Exam will be eligible for BPSC Mains Exam. Most of the time, the number of candidates will be selected 10 times the vacancy for second stage.

The BPSC Mains Exam Syllabus is given below:

Exam Name Combined Competitive Exam (Mains) Exam Conducted By Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) Papers 4;
  • General Hindi – Qualifying Paper
  • General Studies 1 (300 marks)
  • General Studies 2 (300 marks)
  • Optional Subject (300 marks)
Total Time 180 min for each paper BPSC Syllabus General Hindi (Secondary Level)
  • Essay – 30 marks
  • Grammar – 30 marks
  • Syntax – 25 marks
  • Precis/Summary – 15 marks
The GS 1 and GS 2 BPSC syllabus are given below

The Hindi paper is only a qualifying in naturer with minimum passing criteria of 30 marks (out of 100).
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W3.CSS
General Studies 1 General Studies 2
  • Indian Culture
  • Modern History of India
  • Contemporary events of national and international importance
  • Statistical Analysis, diagrams and graphs
  • Indian (and Bihar) Polity
  • Indian (and Bihar) Economy
  • Indian (and Bihar) Geography
  • Role and impact of Science and Technology in the development of India (and Bihar)

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