The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) conducts recruitment exams to fill up vacancies in the state administration. The BPSC Exam Pattern of the respective exams can be found on the official website and in the notification/advertisement.
When it was started?
In 1949 The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) came into existence from April 1, 1949, after its separation from the commission for the state of Orissa and Madhya Pradesh in accordance with the sub-section (1) of 261 of the Government of India Act 1935.
How many exams are there in BPSC?
Four exam papers
As per the exam pattern of BPSC Mains, there are four exam papers: General Hindi – 100 marks (Minimum qualifying marks – 30 marks) General Studies Paper 1 – 300 marks. General Studies Paper 2 – 300 marks.
Which exams are conducted by BPSC?
The exams conducted by BPSC are:
- Assistant Director, Agriculture Engineering
- Assistant Director, Horticulture
- Assistant, BPSC (Main) Competitive Exam
- Assistant Professor (Urdu)
- Assistant Engineer, Mechanical (Preliminary) Competitive Exam
- 30th Bihar Judicial Services Main (Written) Competitive Exam
Which post is best in BPSC?
Which is the highest post offered by the BPSC? The post of DSP is the highest rank in the Police department that is offered by the BPSC. Above all, The job is very challenging and the Officer has to manage all the things related to the Police department in his jurisdiction.
What is BPSC’s salary?
The basic salary of BPSC Posts from joining is INR 30,000 and including all the allowances the gross salary becomes INR 45,000 per month. The maximum salary of BPSC Posts at the start is INR 72,000.
How many attempts are in BPSC?
There is no restriction on the number of attempts as long as candidates meet the age criteria. 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.
How can I become SDM in Bihar?
To become an SDM, you must pass 12th class & hold a graduation degree from a recognized university. Then, you need to apply for Civil Services Exam conducted by Union Public Services every year. After cracking the UPSC you become an IAS officer and are posted as an SDM.