BPSC Syllabus And Exam Pattern 2023 | Bihar Public Service Commission CCE Syllabus

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BPSC Syllabus

The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) conducts various competitive examinations to recruit candidates for civil services and administrative positions within the state of Bihar, India. The BPSC syllabus is an essential aspect of these examinations, as it outlines the topics and subjects that candidates need to prepare for in order to succeed in the respective exams. Here is a short overview of the BPSC syllabus.

BPSC Syllabus And Exam Pattern 2023

On June 27, 2023, the BPSC (Bihar Public Service Commission) released the latest syllabus and exam pattern along with the BPSC 69th notification for 2023. Similar to other State Service Commissions and the UPSC (Union Public Service Commission), the BPSC conducts the Combined Competitive BPSC Exam in three distinct stages

  1. Prelims
  2. Mains
  3. Interview
BPSC ExamExam TypeMarkDuration
PrelimsObjective1502 Hours
MainsSubjectiveQualifying paper (100)

3 Papers of 300 marks each(900)

3 Hours For Each Paper
Personal InterviewPhysically Present120Not Defined

BPSC Prelims Syllabus :

This is the screening phase before BPSC Mains. Marks of prelims will not be taken into final merit list.

BPSC Prelims Syllabus And Exam Pattern Are Following Chart

Name Of Exam : Combined Competitive Exam (Pre)
Conducting Org Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC)
No of Papers 1 General Studies (150 marks)
Time Duration 2 hours
BPSC SyllabusGeneral Science
Events of national and international importance
History of Bihar and Indian History
Geography of Bihar
Indian Polity and Economy
Changes in the economy of Bihar post-independence
Indian National Movement and the Role of Bihar
General Mental Ability

BPSC Mains Syllabus
Candidates who clear the Prelims will be eligible for Mains.

ExamPaper NamesMarksTime Duration
Main Exam (Subjective)General Hindi (Qualifying) 100 3 Hours1003 Hours
General Studies Paper 1 300 3 Hours3003 Hours
General Studies Paper 2 300 3 Hours3003 Hours
Optional Paper3003 Hours

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  1. General Hindi Paper is qualifying in nature (30 % Marks required)
  2. General Studies Question available in Hindi and English both.
  3. Considering Will be total of 900 marks in GS Paper 1, GS Paper 2 and Optional Paper.
BPSC Mains Syllabus 2023
General Hindi (Qualifying)
  1. Essay – 30 marks
  2. Grammar – 30 marks
  3. Syntax – 25 marks
  4. Precis/Summary – 15 marks
General Studies Paper 1
  1. Indian Culture
  2. Modern History of India
  3. Contemporary events of national and international importance
  4. Statistical analysis, diagrams and graphs
General Studies Paper 2
  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)

BPSC Optional Subjects Are Follow 

  1. English Language and Literature
  2. Urdu Language and Literature
  3. Hindi Language and Literature
  4. Persian Language and Literature
  5. Arabic Language and Literature
  6. Pali Language and Literature
  7. Maithili Language and Literature
  8. Bengali Language and Literature
  9. Sanskrit Language and Literature
  10. Chemistry
  11. Sociology
  12. Physics
  13. Agriculture
  14. Statistics
  15. Botany
  16. Zoology
  17. Philosophy
  18. Political Science and International Relations
  19. Psychology
  20. Public Administration
  21. Labor and Social Welfare
  22. Management
  23. Mathematics
  24. Mechanical Engineering
  25. Geography
  26. Geology
  27. History
  28. Law
  29. Civil Engineering
  30. Economics
  31. Commerce and Accountancy
  32. Electrical Engineering
  33. Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
  34. Anthropology

BPSC Interview 
After successfully clearing the Main Examination, candidates are called for an interview, which assesses their personality, knowledge, and suitability for the job.


It’s important for candidates to prepare thoroughly for each stage, as success in one stage is a prerequisite for advancing to the next. Adequate preparation for the Main Exam and Interview, in addition to the Prelims, is essential to increase the chances of qualification for the final selection.

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