70th BPSC PCS Exam 2024: Dates, Syllabus, Registration, and Preparation

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BPSC PCS 2023 Exam Syllabus


There are two main written stages in the BPSC Syllabus 2023: Prelims and Mains. The first phase of the qualifying process is the Prelims exam. Candidates that pass the preliminary round proceed on to the usually next step. The Mains and Interview scores will be used to produce the merit list. The courses relating to general knowledge of the Bihar state, such as social science, economy, and polity, is mostly covered in the Bihar PCS Syllabus for Prelims and Mains.





One Paper ,2 Hours ,150 marks, Objective Type


Five papers (1 qualifying + 4 ranking papers) 3 Hours each,Subjective and Objective Type 


120 Marks




The BPSC Syllabus for Prelims consists of just one paper on General Studies (GS). In just one exam, students will be evaluated on a wide range of topics, including economic theory, political theory, current affairs, and Bihar state history. The following list of important BPSC Prelims syllabus topics will be covered in the objective written exam-


  • Events of National and international importance
  • General Science
  • Geography and Geography of Bihar
  • History of Bihar and Indian History
  • Changes in the economy of Bihar post-independence
  • Indian Polity and Economy
  • General Mental Ability
  • Indian National Movement and the Role of Bihar




The main focus of the BPSC Mains syllabus is on the applicants' understanding of General Studies. The Mains exam will consist of five papers: General Hindi, Essay, General Studies 1 and 2, as well as one optional paper.


The candidates can select one paper from a list of 34 papers from the BPSC Mains syllabus. All the papers except those of General Hindi & Optional Paper will carry 300 marks each and the Hindi & Optional paper will carry 100 marks. 






The General Hindi will be qualifying in nature. The exam will be of 100 marks and will be subjective in nature, and the distribution of the marks will be:


Essay: 30 Marks
Grammar: 30 Marks

Summarisation: 15 Marks

Syntax: 25 Marks


Syllabus for GS Paper – 1




(It will contain the history of India with special reference to Bihar in the middle of 19th century, the introduction and expansion of western and technical education, Bihar’s role in freed, the Santhal uprising in Bihar, Birsa movement, the quit India Movement, chief features of Mauryan, Patna Qulam painting, roles of Tagore, Nehru, and Gandhi)


    • Champaran Satyagraha
    • Quit India Movement 1942
    • 1857 war of independence
    • Uprising of Santhal


Syllabus for GS Paper- 2


    • Indian Polity
    • Indian economy and Geography of India
    • The role and the impact of technology and science in the development of India




For candidates participating in BPSC Mains, they have to choose one optional subject out of 34 subjects. There will be optional subject are given below:




In Optional Paper, a candidate is required to choose any one subject.

1. Agriculture

2. Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science

3. Anthropology

4. Botany

5. Chemistry

6. Civil Engineering

7. Commerce & Accountancy

8. Economics

9. Electrical Engineering

10. Geography

11. Geology

12. History

13. Labour and Social Welfare

14. Law

15. Management

16. Mathematics

17. Mechanical Engineering

18. Philosophy

19. Physics

20. Political Science & International Relations

21. Psychology

22. Public Administration

23. Sociology

24. Statistics

25. Zoology

26. Hindi Language and Literature

27. English Language and Literature

28. Urdu Language and Literature

29. Bangla Language and Literature

30. Sanskrit Language and Literature

31. Persian Language and Literature

32. Arabic Language and Literature

33. Pali Language and Literature

34. Maithili Language and Literature




The ‘Interview’ Round would be called for candidates who had passed the BPSC Mains Exam. A Board that the Commission has appointed conducts interviews with candidates. BPSC PCS 69th Interview will be of 120 Marks.

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