BPSC Assistant Syllabus 2021 PDF – Download Exam Pattern Here!!!! Bihar Public Service Commission(BPSC), Patna has uploaded the Syllabus and Exam Pattern for the Post of Assistant. BPSC Assistant Syllabus is given below go, through the topics, to have an idea of the difficult subjects. The BPSC Assistant Examination Date 2021 will be Announce Soon. Then candidates can plan a schedule for your preparation as per the syllabus. Here is the Syllabus for BPSC Assistant.
(a):- General Studies:- The objective of the questions in this will be to test the candidate’s ability to have a general knowledge of the surrounding environment and their application in society. Such questions will also be included on matters related to current events and day-to-day events such as micro-observation and scientific attitude towards them, which any educated person is expected to have knowledge about. In this regard the following
Questions can be asked as far as possible in: (i) Contemporary Subjects-Manic Progression, National International Awards, Up to Indian Languages, Sports-players, Important Events etc.
(ii) India and its Neighboring Countries History of Neighboring Countries History of India, Culture, Geography, Economic Scenario Independence Movement, salient features of Indian agriculture and natural resources and Constitution of India and State System Political system of the country, Panchayati Raj, Community Development and Five Years Planning and National Movement
Section (B): General Science and Mathematics:- In this, as many questions as possible related to the following subjects of matriculation level can be asked (i) General Science Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Geography
(ii) Mathematics Number System Questions Computation of Whole Numbers Interrelationship between Decimals and Fractions Fundamental Numbers Mathematical Operations Percentage Ratios and Proportions
Average interest and profit and loss.
Section (C):- Mental Ability Test:- In this both verbal and non-verbal type of questions can be asked. In this component as many questions as possible related to the following can be asked Analogy Similarities and Differences Space Imagination Problem Solving
Analysis Visual Degeneration Differences, Observations, Relationships Off-Mathematical How Many Mathematical Series and Foot Writing and acer
Question Paper-1: Subject- General Hindi
All the questions in this question paper will be of Secondary (Secondary) level of Bihar School Examination Committee. The questions of this examination will be related to the ability to express clearly and clearly expressions in Hindi language, test of intuitive understanding. In which there will be questions of Hindi language and grammar related to sentences, clauses, phrases, alphabets and conjugations, noun phrases, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, synonyms / antonyms, popular phrases and idioms of Hindi, etc.
Question Paper – 2 : Subject – General Knowledge
Section (a):- General Studies:- The objective of the questions in this will be to test the candidate’s ability to have a general knowledge of the surrounding environment and their application in society. Such questions will also be included on matters related to current events and day-to-day events such as micro-observation and scientific attitude towards them, which any educated person is expected to have knowledge about. In this, questions can be asked as far as possible related to the following subjects
Current Affairs – Scientific Progress, National / International Awards, Indian Languages, Books, Sports, Important Events etc.
India and its neighboring countries History of neighboring countries, history of India, culture, geography, economic scenario, independence movement, Indian agriculture and natural resources, salient features of the constitution and polity of India, the country’s political system, Panchayati Raj, community development and Five Year Plan and National Movement Section
(B):- General Science and Mathematics– It generally consists of Matriculation level. Possible questions related to the following subjects can be asked (i) General Science Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Geography
(II) Maths Questions Related to Sakhya System Computation of Whole Numbers Interrelationship Between Decimals and Fractions Basic Arithmetic Operations Percentage Ratio and Proportion Female Interest and Profit and Loss.
Section (c) Mental Ability Test- Both verbal and non-verbal type of questions can be asked in this. In this, questions related to the following can be asked:
Problem solving of similarities, similarities and differences
Analysis Visual Memory Differences, Observations Various Concepts