- BPSC 68th Exam
- BPSC 67th Re-Exam
- BPSC 67th Solved Paper (Cancelled)
- BPSC 66th Re-exam Solved Question paper
- BPSC 66th Exam Solved Question Paper
- BPSC 65th Solved Question Paper
- BPSC 64th Solved Question Paper
- BPSC 63rd Solved Question Paper
- BPSC 56th to 59th Solved Question Paper
- BPSC 60th to 62nd Solved Question Paper
- BPSC 53rd 55th Solved Question Paper
The paper on General Studies will include questions covering the following fields of knowledge:- General Science, Current events of national and international importance. History of India and salient features of the history of Bihar.
General Geography and geographical division of Bihar and its major river systems.
Indian Polity and Economy and major changes in the economy of Bihar in the post independence period. Indian National Movement and the part played by Bihar in it and also Questions on General Mental Ability.
Questions on General Science will cover general appreciation and under-standing of science, including matters of everyday observation and experience, as may be expected of a well educated person who has not made a special study of any scientific discipline. In History, emphasis will be on broad general under-standing of the subject in its social, economic and political aspects. The candidates are expected to be familiar with the broad aspects of the history of Bihar. In Geography, emphasis will be on geography of India and Bihar. Questions on the Geography of India and Bihar will relate to physical, social and economic Geography of the country including the main features of Indian agricultural and natural resources. Questions of Indian Polity and Economy will test knowledge on the country’s political system, panchayati raj, community development and planning in India and Bihar. Question on the Indian National Movement will relate to the nature and character of the nineteenth century resurgence, growth of nationalism and attainment of Independence and candidates will be expected to answer questions on the role of Bihar in the freedom movement of India.
BPSC Prelims Test Series Details
Features of BPSC Prelims Test Series
- Total 15 GS Tests(First Test if free)
- Questions based on BPSC’s trend, a significant number of questions are introduced based on their relevance and occurrence in current events.
- Detailed explanation is provided to ensure more subject clarity.
- Strategically devised and holistic coverage of the prelims syllabus.
- Designed it to ensure multiple revisions of the subjects with equal focus is on both static and Current affairs topics.
Roles and Responsibilities of BPSC
The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) is a constitutional body responsible for conducting various recruitment exams and selecting suitable candidates for various government positions in the state of Bihar, India. BPSC plays a crucial role in the administrative and public service sector of the state. Its primary functions include:
Conducting Recruitment Exams: BPSC is responsible for conducting competitive examinations to recruit candidates for various government jobs, including civil services, administrative services, police services, and other state government departments.
Recommendation of Candidates: After conducting exams, BPSC recommends qualified candidates for appointment to various posts in different government departments based on merit and eligibility criteria.
Appointment and Promotions: BPSC is involved in the process of appointing candidates to the Bihar Administrative Service (BAS), Bihar Police Service (BPS), and other similar positions. It also handles promotions and transfers of existing government officials.
Advisory Role: BPSC advises the state government on matters related to recruitment, promotions, and disciplinary actions for civil servants.
Conducting Interviews and Examinations: BPSC conducts interviews, written exams, and other selection processes to assess the knowledge, skills, and suitability of candidates for different government positions.
Rule-Making and Guidelines: BPSC helps formulate and revise recruitment rules, guidelines, and policies to ensure a fair and transparent selection process.
Conducting Departmental Examinations: Apart from recruiting candidates for civil services, BPSC also conducts departmental exams for government employees to facilitate their promotions and career advancement.
Ensuring Transparency: BPSC strives to ensure transparency, fairness, and equal opportunity in the recruitment process, thereby maintaining the credibility and integrity of the public service system. BPSC submits its annual report to the Governor of Bihar. The Governor of Bihar then puts it in the State Legislature.
Conducting Special Exams: In addition to regular competitive exams, BPSC may also conduct special exams as per the requirements of the state government or specific departments.