BPSC Coaching in Ranchi

Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has organised a recruiting exam process in 2021 for different Government Departments which are available in the State. Candidates get selected according to the vast selection procedure taken into the consideration by authorities of the BPSC.

Exam Name BPSC 67th Combined Competitive Examination (CCE) 2021
EXAM Conducting Body Bihar Public Service Commission, BPSC
BPSC EXAM NOTIFICATION 2021 LINK www.bpsc.bih.nic.in
Language English and Hindi
Vacancies 555 (Females- 174)
Selection Process Prelims Mains Interview
Age Limit 22-42 Years
Official Website www.bpsc.bih.nic.in

DIVINE IAS ACADEMY – STRATEGY TO THE PODIUM

K1—–DIVINE IAS’S DURATION BASED COURSES FOR BPSC EXAM

  • 1 YEAR COURSE
  • 2 YEAR FOUNDATION COURSE
  • 3 YEAR COMPREHENSIVE COURSE

K2—- (ONE YEAR COURSE –SESSION PLAN)

  • BASIC GS COURSE —–5-6 MONTHS(COVERED IN 1ST 6 MONTHS)
  • BASIC CSAT COURSE —5-6 MONTHS(COVERED IN 1ST6 MONTHS)
  • ADVANCED COURSE—-4 MONTHS(MAINS SPECIFIC)
  • TEST SERIES PRELIMS–(1-MONTH GENERALLY BEFORE PRELIMS)
  • TEST SERIERS MAINS-(1 MONTH GENERALLY BEFORE MAINS EXAM)

K3—-BASIC GS COURSE INCLUDES

  • HISTORY
  • GEOGRAPHY
  • POLITY
  • SCIENCE & TECH.
  • ECONOMICS
  • ART AND CULTURE
  • ENVIRONMENT AND ECOLOGY
  • INTERANTIONAL RELATIONS
  • SECURITY
  • CURRENT AFFAIRS (COVERAGE OF NEWSPAPERS & MAGAZINES

K4—-TEST SERIES

  • WEEKLY
  • MONTHLY
  • PRELIMS ORIENTED TEST SERIES (SUBJECT WISE & FULL LENGTH )
  • MAINS ORIENTED TEST SERIES(SUBJECT WISE & FULL LENGTH)

K5—-YOUR MENTOR’S AT DIVINE IAS

  • EXPERIENCED FACULTY WITH SPECIALISATION IN SPECIFIC SUBJECTS.
  • FACULTY WITH UPSC CSE EXPERTISE.
  • SPECIAL SESSIONS BY VICE CHANCELLORS OF UNIVERSITIES, RETIRED JUDGES,EX- IAS OFFICERS,WORKING PROFESSIONALS,EDITORS & EX-EDITORS OF REPUTED NEWSPAPERS,MEDIA PERSONNELS AND MANY MORE….

K6—-NOTES AND STUDY MATERIAL

  •  UPDATED STUDY MATERIAL DEVELOPED BY DIVINE IAS RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT TEAM
  • EXTENSIVE COVERAGE OF PIB,YOJANA,KURUKSHETRA
  • THE HINDU, INDIAN EXPRESS
  • DIVINE IAS -MONTHLY MAGAZINE
  • HANDOUTS,LECTURE PDF’S

BPSC: Eligibility Criteria

Candidates should have knowledge regarding the vacancies which are available in Bihar Public Service Commission as it is helpful for the appearing in the examination of BPSC 67th 2021. Graduation or equivalent degree form a government recognized University is important for the purpose of appearing for the exam.

Age Limit

  • Candidates should also have a good knowledge of the age limit for appearing in this BPSC 67th Exam 2021.
  • The age limit declared by the officials of BPSC is provided in the below table for further reference

Age Relaxations

Post Minimum Age Limit Maximum Age Limit
    Unreserved E-BC and Unreserved female SC/ST
Administrative Officer / District Master / Assistant Register / Lower Election Officer / Planning Officer / District Minority Welfare Officer / District Public Relation Officer / Block Panchayat Officer 22 years 37 years 40 years 42 years
Deputy Superintendent of Police 20 years 37 years 40 years 42 years
Bihar Education Service / Rural Development Officer / District Executive Officer / District Executive Officer / Supply Inspector / Labour Enforcement Officer / Block SC / ST Welfare Officer 21 years 37 years 40 years 42 years

Candidates from different category will be provided with different age relaxation. Table provided below are

Category Relaxation
People with Disability 10 years
Government Employees (more than 3-year service) 5 years
Ex-Servicemen whose age is not more than 5. years 3 years + period of service

the age relaxation as per category which can be followed before appearing in BPSC 67th 2021. After knowing the age relaxation category, candidate’s can easily apply for the job in BPSC 67th 2021.

Physical Criteria

Any candidate will be selected by organization of Bihar Public Service Commission which will be after there will be proper success which will be filled with the educational and the physical criteria which is prescribed by the organization.

S. No Category Height Chest (without expansion)
1 Unreserved (Male), OBC (Male) 5 Feet 5 Inches 32 Inches
2 Unreserved (Female), OBC (Female) 5 Feet Inches
3 SC/ST 5 Feet 2 Inches 31 Inches

the age relaxation as per category which can be followed before appearing in BPSC 67th 2021. After knowing the age relaxation category, candidate’s can easily apply for the job in BPSC 67th 2021.

Application Fees

Candidates belonging to general category will have to pay ₹600 as application fees, ₹150/- for SC/ST category candidates of the state, ₹150/- for disabled. The application fees should be paid online through net banking, debit/credit card.

BPSC EXAM FORMAT

The selection includes the examination process which will be held for the purpose of selecting candidates for BPSC 67th Recruiotment test 2021. There will be three stages in the exam after which the candidate will get the chance to serve Bihar Public Service Commission.

  • Prelims
  • Mains
  • Personal Interview

NO. OF ATTEMPTS

1. There is no restriction on the number of attempts as long as candidates full the age criteria.
2. For government employees who have been in continuous service for at least three years:

  • Number of Attempts: 3
  • Relaxation in Upper Age Limit: 5 years

3. For Persons with Disability (PwD), the upper age limit is relaxed by 10 years.
4. Ex-servicemen who are not above 53 years of age, can avail BPSC age relaxation of three years plus the number of years in service.

BPSC Prelims Exam Pattern

There will be total 150 objective types of questions and the total marks is 150 for every candidate. There will be no negative marking for any wrong answer.

Paper General Studies
Duration 2 Hours
Total Questions 150
Max Marks 150
BPSC prelims Syllabus 1. General Science
2. Events of national and international importance
3. History of Bihar and Indian History
4. Geography(mainly Geography of Bihar)
5. Indian Polity and Economy
6. Changes in the economy of Bihar post-independence
7. Indian National Movement and the Role of Bihar
8. General Mental Ability.

BPSC Mains Exam Pattern

The candidates are called for the BPSC main exam only if they qualify in the BPSC Prelims Exam and secure the required cut-off marks as decided by the Commission. Since, the BPSC Prelims Exam is qualifying in nature so it does not matter what one scores. The BPSC Main Exam have a qualifying paper General Hindi. Apart from this, there will be General Studies Paper 1 and General Studies Paper 2 carrying 300 marks each. There will be an Optional Paper that the candidate has chosen earlier while filling the Application Form. The Optional Paper carries 300 marks. The list of the 34 Optional Subjects has been given below.

Stage of Exam Name of Paper Total Marks Duration
Main Exam (Subjective) General Hindi (Qualifying) 100 3 Hours
Main Exam (Subjective) General Studies Paper 1 100 3 Hours
Main Exam (Subjective) General Studies Paper 2 100 3 Hours
Main Exam (Subjective) Optional Paper 100 3 Hours

Important Points:

1. General Hindi Paper is qualifying in nature (30 % Marks required), Its marks will not be considered in the calculation of merit list.
2. Questions of General Studies are available in Hindi and English both.
3. The score will be arrived at by considering the total of 900 marks in GS Paper 1, GS Paper 2 and Optional Paper.
4. The candidates who are placed suitably in the merit are called for the interview.
5. There is no negative marking in the descriptive question papers.
6. Candidates need to attempt all the papers to qualify for the Interview round.
7. This round is both scoring and qualifying in nature.

BPSC Syllabus for Mains Exam

Qualifying Paper: General Hindi

 The paper of General Hindi will be qualifying in nature. The syllabus for the qualifying paper is of the level as that of Bihar School Education Board (BSEB). The paper will be of 100 marks and subjective in nature; and the distribution of the marks is as follows: Essay: 30 Marks Grammar: 30 Marks Syntax: 25 Marks Summarisation: 15 Marks Out of the 100 marks, candidates are required to secure the qualifying marks in the paper. For this qualifying paper, a good book of school standard is enough.

General Studies Papers

Until now, every paper that the candidates have appeared is of qualifying nature. The BPSC Prelims Exam and the General Hindi paper are just qualifying in nature. These papers marks does not included in the merit lists. The actual BPSC exam starts now with the General Studies Papers and the Optional Paper. There are two Papers for the General Studies and one for the Optional. Each Paper carries 300 marks making the total marks from all these papers to be 900.

General Studies 1 General Studies 2
1. Indian Culture
2. Modern History of India
3. Contemporary events of national and international importance
4. Statistical Analysis, diagrams and graphs
1. Indian (and Bihar) Polity
2. Indian (and Bihar) Economy
3. Indian (and Bihar) Geography
4. Role and impact of Science and Technology in the development of India (and Bihar)

Syllabus of GS Paper 1

Modern History of India and Indian culture (History of the country with special reference to Bihar in the middle of 19th century, the introduction and expansion of western and technical education, Bihar’s role in the Indian freedom struggle, the Santhal Uprising in Bihar, Birsa movement, Champaran Satyagrah, the Quit India Movement, chief features of Mauryan and Pal art, Patna Qulam painting, Roles of Gandhi, Tagore and Nehru)

1. Role of Bihar in the Indian National Movement
2. Santhal uprising
3. 1857 war of independence
4. Champaran Satyagraha
5. Quit India Movement 1942
Statistical analysis, graphs and diagrams ( Questions to test the ability to draw conclusions from statistical, graphical or diagrammatical information and to point out deficiencies, limitations or inconsistencies)

Syllabus for GS Paper 2

Indian Polity ( Questions based on the political system in India including Bihar) Indian economy and Geography of India (Questions on planning in India and the physical, economic and social geography of India and Bihar) The role and impact of science and technology in the development of India (Questions to test awareness of the role and impact of science and technology in India and Bihar with special reference to applied science.
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