Candidates should review the entire syllabus before commencing their preparations for the Bihar Police Constable test 2023 for the rank of Constable. Understanding the Bihar constable exam syllabus will assist you in determining which topics will be included in the exam and in planning ahead of time. It’s hard to prepare for a test without first learning about the topics that will be asked. As a result, knowing the Bihar Police Constable curriculum and test pattern is important for your studies and can help you plan accordingly.
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Note: CSBC has not yet released the notification for Bihar Police Constable exam 2023 yet, this article contains details from the last notification i.e. for CSBC Constable 2020 exam.
Bihar Police Constable Selection Process
Before jumping into the syllabus, it is important to first understand the selection process of the exam. Below is the list of the process the recruitment exam goes through and in the same order:
- Written Exam
- Physical Endurance Test (PET)
- Physical Screening Test (PST)
Note: The first stage i.e. the written exam consists of multiple choice questions conducted in offline mode on OMR sheets, and is of qualifying nature only.
Bihar Police Constable Written Exam Pattern
This is the first stage of the exam, which is only for qualification purposes and consists of multiple choice questions. The written exam for Bihar Police Constable lasts two hours and each correct answer is worth one mark. Please keep in mind that there are no penalties for questions that are left unanswered or incorrectly answered. Candidates who receive less than 30% of the total marks in the written exam will be ineligible to take the physical examinations at a later stage. The total number of candidates that take the exam will be picked for the next round of selection, which is 5 times the number of vacancies available against each category.
|Paper||Subject||Total Number of Questions||Maximum Marks|
||100 Questions||100 Marks|
Bihar Police Constable Exam Syllabus
This is just a qualifying stage, the written exam is the 1st of the three stage procedure. To continue with the procedure, you must have confidence, and the syllabus for the written exam is listed below.
|General Studies||National & International Current Affairs|
|Important National Facts|
|Renowned Personalities & Common Names|
|Full forms and Abbreviations|
|Diseases and Nutrition|
|Award and Authors|
|Culture and Religion|
|Heritage and Arts|
|Countries & Currencies|
|Diplomatic Relations, Defence and Neighbours|
|General Hindi||Reading Comprehension|
|Fill in the blanks|
|Synonyms and Antonyms|
|Grammar: अव्यय ,निपात,समास,लिंग ,वचन,कारक,सर्वनाम,क्रिया ,ध्वनी, शभ्द अवुम पद,संज्ञा,विशेषण,क्रिया विशेषण, संधि|
|Mathematics and Mental Ability Test||Blood Relations|
|Coding – Decoding|
|Odd One Out|
|Profit and Loss|
|Introduction to Algebra|
|Negative Numbers and Integers|
|Ratio and Proportion|
|SI and CI|
|Basic geometrical ideas|
|Understanding Elementary Shapes|
|Profit and Loss|
|Physics, Chemistry and Biology||Acids, base, salt|
|Work and Energy|
|The structure of Atom|
|Metals and Nonmetals|
|Carbon and its Compounds|
|Electric current and circuits|
|Magnets & magnetism|
|Change of matter|
|Social Justice and Marginalised|
|Indian History||Revolt of 1857 – 58|
|Women and reform|
|India After Independence|
|New Kings and Kingdoms|
|Culture and Science|
|Sultans of Delhi|
|Establishment of Company Power|
|Rural Life and Society|
|Colonialism and Tribal Societies|
|Creation of an Empire|
|Contacts with Distant Lands|
|Indian Geography||Geography as a social study|
|Planet Earth in the solar system|
|Natural Resources, Human resources
|Political Map of India|
Bihar Police Constable Physical Standards / Screening Tests
|Male (General)||165 cm OR 5’4 Feet||N/A||81 cm – 86 cm|
|Male (Backward Class)||165 cm OR 5’4 Feet||N/A||81 cm – 86 cm|
|Male (Extremely Backward Class)||160 cm OR 5’3 Feet||N/A||81 cm – 86 cm|
|Male (Scheduled Caste)||160 cm OR 5’3 Feet||N/A||79 cm – 84 cm|
|Male (Scheduled Tribes)||160 cm OR 5’3 Feet||N/A||79 cm – 84 cm|
|Gorkha Male of India||160 cm OR 5’3 Feet||N/A||79 cm – 84 cm|
|Female (All Categories)||155 cm OR 5’1 Feet||48 Kg||N/A|
Note: Candidates must ensure a difference of at least 5 cm between un-expanded and expanded chest measurements. Failure to comply would deem them unfit.
Note: These standards are only qualifying in nature, no score is assigned and hence these are used only to screen out physically unfit candidates.
Bihar Police Constable Physical Endurance Test (PET)
|1 Mile / 1.6 km Race||Within 6 minutes||N/A||
|1 Km Race||N/A||Within 5 minutes||
|High Jump||Minimum 4 Feet||Minimum 3 Feet||–|
|Shot Put Throw||Minimum 16 Feet with a Ball of 16 lbs (equivalent to 7.25 kg approx.)||Minimum 12 Feet with a ball of 12 lbs (equivalent to 5.44 kg approx.)||–|
Note: All these physical endurance tests carry marks with it, successfully completing them would give you some marks, while failing to achieve the minimum targets will render the aspirant as disqualified.
How to Prepare for Bihar Police Constable Examination 2023?
Because of the strong competition and extensive material, the CSBC Bihar Constable exam is considered to be a difficult exam. If an applicant prepares ahead of schedule and studies carefully, he or she can easily pass the exam. The following is a strategy developed by BYJU’S experts to assist you in developing your own study plan:
- Candidates should be familiar with the exam syllabus, as stated in the official notification, as well as the types and trends of questions commonly asked. This will assist the candidate in studying with a precision focus rather than wandering aimlessly.
- Reading newspapers, short articles, and magazines on a regular basis would help candidates get a better understanding of current events around the world and score well on the GK component of the exam.
- Take as many Written Test Mock Tests as you can to gain confidence in the Exam Pattern and Syllabus before the actual exam.
- When studying, aspirants should take notes so that they may go back over them later and learn more effectively while revising. Notes are quite helpful in revising for the exam.
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