Bihar Police Constable Syllabus 2021 PDF – Download Exam Pattern Here!!!!

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Bihar Police Constable Syllabus 2021 PDF – Download Exam Pattern Here!!!!. The Syllabus and Exam Pattern for the job of Constable in Bihar Police, Bihar Military Police (BMP), Special India Reserve Battalion (SIRB), and Bihar State Industrial Security Battalion have been released by the Bihar Police Department (BSISB). The date for the Bihar Police Constable Exam in 2021 will be announced soon. We provided the Exam Pattern & Syllabus PDF in this post. Before you begin your preparation, take a look at the Syllabus.

Bihar Police Constable Syllabus 2021:

Name of the Board

Bihar Police Recruitment Board

Name of the Post

Police Constable

Vacancy

Various

Exam Date

Announce Soon
Status

Syllabus Available

Bihar Police Recruitment Selection Process 2021:

Bihar Police Recruitment Board has decided to conduct the Prelims, Mains Examination. Then the Selected Candidates of Written examinations are going under the Physical Fitness Test.

Bihar Police Syllabus 2021:

English:

  1. Preparing Note and writing summary of a given passage
    – Identifying Central / Main Point and supporting details etc. and perceiving overall meaning and organization.
    – The texts should deal with sociopolitical and cultural issues along with the principals enshrined in the constitution.
  2. Comprehension of unseen factual / imaginative passages (Short and long question answer items) – Developing the skills of reasoning, drawing inferences.

3. Reading of tales / short stories / short plays

  • Reading with understanding and imbibing virtues.
  • Bihar writers, Indian writers, Commonwealth writers and native writers of English.

4. Reading of informative pieces / essays

  • Read with understanding and respond effectively in writing.
  • On Environment, Economics, Sports, Science, health and hygiene.
  • Adolescence, Human Values and human rights, Cultural diversity and unity, etc.

5. Reading poems for enjoyment and understanding

  • Enjoying and understanding poems and imbibing human values and / or encountering truth.
  • World fame poets (Both native and non native poets of English), Indian Poets, Bihari Poets.

6. Free Composition on familiar / contemporary issues

  • Communicative skills in writing
  • Notices, memorandum, formal and informal letters, application etc.

7. Various registers of English

  • Build Communicative competences in various registers of English
  • Support with standard pieces of writing.

8. Translation from mother tongue into English

  • Ability to translate from mother tongue into English and vice versa.
  • Wide ranging topics covering different aspects of life including great personalities.

9. Grammatical items and structures:

  • The use of different Tense forms for different kinds of narration (e.g. media commentaries, report, programmes, etc.
  • Reported speech in extended text.
  • The use of passive forms in scientific and innovative writing.
  • Converting one kind of structures as well as other items to exemplify stylistic variations in different discourses.
  • Modal auxiliaries – Uses based on semantic considerations.
  • Phrases and idioms
  • Analysis.
  • Converting one kind of sentence / clause into a different kind of structures as well as other items to exemplify stylistic variations in different discourses.
  • Synthesis.

10. Precis of a given passage

  • Identifying central / main point and supporting details etc. and perceiving overall meaning and organization.
  • Informative pieces on contemporary burning issues.

11. Comprehension of unseen imaginative passages / graph / chart / table (Short
and long question answer items)

  • Developing the skills of reasoning, drawing inferences.
  • The texts should deal with sociopolitical and cultural issues along with the principals enshrined in the constitution.

12. Reading of tales / short stories / short plays

  • Reading with understanding and imbibing virtues.
  • Indian writers, Bihar writers, commonwealth writers, native and other non- native writers of English.

13. Reading of Informative Pieces / essays

  • Reading with understanding and acquiring general knowledge of practical value
  • On Reproductive health, Art and culture, Mass media, Travel and tourism, Peace and harmony etc.

14. Reading poems for enjoyment and understanding

  • Enjoying and understanding poems and imbibing human values and / or encountering truth.
  • Bihari poets, Indian poets, Commonwealth poets, native and other non native English poets.

15. Free Composition on familiar / contemporary issues

  • Communicative skills in writing .
  • Reports, message, CVs, e-mail, formal and informal.

16. Various registers of English (Contd.)

  • Build communicative competences in various registers of English.
  • Support with standard pieces of writing.

17. Translation from mother tongue into English

  • Ability to translate from mother tongue into English and vice versa.
  • Informative and inspiring pieces.

History:

Unit-I : Pre-history, Proto-history and History.

  • Meaning, scope and relevance, Importance of chronology, sources, periodisation.
  • Prehistoric cultures –
  • Sites
  • Tools and equipments

Unit-II : The Pre-historic world.

  • Origin of human being and stages of prehistoric evolution.
  • Harappan Civilization
  • Urban traits
  • Material Life
  • Socio religious life

Unit-III : Ancient Civilizations.

  • Mesopotamia, Rome, China, Greece.
  • Emphasis on efforts to regulate the order (law codes), science, technology and philosophy.
  • Empire building endeavours
  • Slavery and position of women.
  • Early Indian Religions
  • Vedic
  • Buddhism – Buddhist sites of Bihar
  • Jainism
  • Vaishnavism
  • Shaivism

Unit-IV : The Medieval Order.

  • Feudalism, States and Church.
  • The Arabian Experience.
  • Constructive aspects of feudalism.
  • Inner contradictions and decay of feudalism.
  • Political And economic History of the Mauryan
  • Rise of Magadh
  • Growth of Patliputra
  • Mauryan stone pillars

Unit-V : Vehicles of modernization.

  • Ideas institutions and events.
  • Geographical discoveries.
  • Renaissance
  • Reformation
  • Inventions in science and technology
  • Culture and economy from Post Mauryan to Gupta Period
  • Foreign influx
  • Language and Literature
  • Trade and Industries
  • Science and Technology – Aryabhatta

Unit-VI : Modernisation affirmed.

  • The British experience
    – (a) Revolution of 1688.
    – (b) Industrial Revolution.
  • The American war of Independence.
  • The French Revolution
  • Economy Society and culture during early medieval period
  • Varna and caste system
  • Evolution of regional cultural identities
  • Agrarian relations.

Unit-VII : Spread of Modernisation.

  • Europe – Greece, Italy, Germany, Turkey.
  • Asia – China, Japan, Iran, India.
    – Political Changes under sultanate
    – A brief survey of the ruling dynasties and important rulers thereof.

Unit-VIII : Ills of Modernity.

  • Colonialism and neo-colonialism in Africa, Asia and western world.
  • The First World War.
  • Indo-Islamic culture (1500-1700)
  • Language and Literature
  • Art and Architecture
  • Dress and life style

Unit-IX :Three Ideologies and their mutual conflicts.

  • Capitalism
  • Socialism / communism
  • Fascism / Nazism
  • The second world war.
  • Urban economy in Medieval age
  • Crafts
  • Trade
  • Urban centres (emphasis on towns of Bihar)

Unit-X : Sanity Vs Motivated politics.

  • League of Nations
  • UNO
  • Non-aligned movement
  • Cold War
  • Decolonisation
  • Bhakti and Sufi Movements –
  • Leading saints and their sayings
  • Characteristic features
  • Contributions to Indian culture

Unit-XI : Further changes / post-modernisation

  • The Chinese Experience
  • Breakup of the USSR
  • Globalisation
  • The rule of the East India Company
  • Revenue settlement
  • Economic Impact
  • Policies of expansion

Unit-XII : The revolt of 1857

  • Causes
  • Nature
  • Effects and Role of Kunwar Singh in Bihar

Unit-XIII : The Indian awakening in 19th century

  • Important personalities and organization
  • Points of self introspection
  • Dimensions of international consciousness development

Unit-XIV :The Nationalist movements (1918 – 1947)

  • Non-cooperation movement
  • Civil disobedience movement
  • Quit India Movement
  • The naval Mutiny
  • NB- Activites in Bihar must be mentioned.

Unit-XV : Partition and Independence

  • Muslim League and the Two nation theory
  • Wavel Plan
  • Mountbatten Plan
  • India Independence Act
  • Pangs of Partition

Unit-XVI: Visions of the new state

  • Making of the constitution
  • Reorganization of States
  • Five year Plans & missed economy
  • Non-alignment

Geography:

Fundamentals of Physical Geography

Unit-I : Geography as a discipline :-

  • Nature and Scope
  • Science & Spatial attributes
  • Branches of Geography
  • Importance of physical geography (Nature and scope)

Unit-II : Earth :-

  • Origin and Evolution of the Earth.
  • Interior of the Earth.
  • Wegener’s continental drift theory and plate tectonics.
  • Geological process Earthquake, volcanoes.

Unit-III : Landforms :-

  • Minerals and Rocks
  • Types of Rocks and its characteristics.
  • Geomorphic process weathering and erosion.
  • Landforms and its types.

Unit-IV : Climate :-

  • Composition and structure.
  • Elements of Weather and Climate.
  • Insolation: Angle of incidence of Sun’s ray & distribution.
  • Heat Budget
  • Heating and Cooling of Atmosphere.
  • Conduction, Convection, Radiation.
  • Problems of Global Warming.
  • Green House Effects.
  • Pressure belts.
  • Winds : Planetary, Seasonal & Local and its effects.
  • Air masses and fronts.
  • Cyclones : Tropical & Temperate.
  • Condensation and Evaporation process.

Unit-V : Hydrosphere (Water) oceans :-

  • Hydrological Cycle
  • Study of Submarine Relief.
  • Distribution of temperature and Salinity.
  • Movements of Ocean water waves, tides and currents.

Unit-VI : Biosphere :-

  • Ecosystems.
  • Role of Man in Ecological Imbalance.
  • Human and Environmental effects.

Economic Geography :-
Unit-I : Resource –

  • Meaning and Scope
  • Concept
  • Classification and Conservation

Unit-II : Man and Environment :-

  • Major Natural Regions of the world
  • Equatorial Region
  • Monsoon Region
  • Tropical Region
  • Temperate grassland
  • Human Life.

Unit-III : Main Crops of the World :-

  • Grains – Rice, Wheat & Pulses
  • Cash Crops – Cotton & Sugarcane
  • Plantation Crops – tea
  • Milk production
  • Geographical conditions, distribution and world-trade of different
    crop’s production.

Unit-IV : Major Industries of the World :-

   – Utility and distribution of Iron-ore, Cotton-textile, Factors of Industrialization and its effects on the economy.

Unit-I : Fundamentals of Human Geography :- Nature and Scope

Unit-II : People :-

  • Population of the world, distribution, density and growth.
  • Population change, spatial pattern and structure, determinant of population changes, Age and Sex ratio, rural urban composition.
  • Human development, Concept, selected indicators, International
    comparison.

Unit-III : Human Activities :-

  • Primary activities : Concept and changing trends, gathering, Pastoral mining, subsistence Agriculture.
  • Secondary activities : Concept, Manufacturing Agro Processing, House-hold, small scale, large scale.
  • Tertiary activities : Concept, Trade, Transport and communication and Trade.
  • Quaternary activities – Concepts knowledge based Industry, Information Technology- USA, Britain, India its contribution.

Unit-IV : Transport, communication & Trade :-

  • Land Transport : Road, railways, Air, Water.
  • Satellite communication, cyber zone, International Technology – USA, Britain, India its contribution.

Unit-V : Human Settlement :-

  • Types, Characteristics & problem. Rural & Urban, Morphology of cities, Problems related to Human Settlements in developing country.

Unit-I : Introduction :- Location, Neighborhood relations and place of India in the world.

Unit-II : Physical aspects & drainage systems :-

  • Physiography
  • Relief
  • Drainage systems
  • Physical divisions

Unit-III : Climate, Vegetation and soil :-

  • Weather & climate, Distribution of temperature, pressure, winds & rainfall. Indian monsoons, distribution. Wildlife conservation
  • Soil, Major types ( ICAR classification ) their distribution and conservation.

Unit-IV : Resources and development –

  • Land Resources : Agriculture land-use, major crops and Agricultural development and problems.
  • Water resources : Achievement and usages, problems and conservation.
  • Mineral and Energy resources : Metals and non- metals, minerals and its distribution and conservation, conventional and non-conventional resources of Energy.

Unit-V : Transport, communication & International Trade –

  • Road, Railway, Water-ways, Airways, Gas and Oil pipeline, National electricity grid.

Unit-VI : Population –

  • Distribution, density & growth, composition of population, language and religion, rural-urban population.

Unit-VII : Natural Hazards and managements –

  • Flood and Drought, Earthquake and volcano, landslides, cyclones, T-tsunami and So On.. Please refer to the Official Syllabus for more information. Below is a direct link to download the Bihar Police Constable Syllabus 2021.

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