Quick preparation tips for Bihar Police Constable Exam

The Central Selection Board of Constables [CSBC] Bihar has released the notification for vacancies to be recruited for the year 2020. While there are 551 constable [Sepoy] openings available, the number of lady constable vacancies stands at 454. The last date to fill application forms has been extended to September 4th 2020

Eligible applicants need to have cleared Class 12 or intermediate examination from a recognized board in India and their age limit must be between 18-25 years [Sepoy] or 18-30 years [Lady]. To apply, you can visit the official website. In this blog, we will present you with a detailed Bihar Police Constable Preparation guide so that you can sail through your exam with flying colours.

Bihar Police Constable Syllabus & Exam Pattern

Bihar Police Constable 2020 Exam

Before delving into a discussion on tips and tricks, glance at the applicable exam pattern for Sepoy and Lady constables. It consists of three stages, namely, Written Test, Physical Efficiency/ Measurement Test [PET/PST] and lastly, a Medical Test. The written test carries 100 questions of 4 marks each and will be held for two hours. A penalty of 1/3rd of marks for one correct answer will be levied for each incorrect answer.

PartsNo. of QuestionsBihar Police Constable Syllabus
Part 1301. Indian History [incl. Indian National Movement] 2. India & World Geography; 3. Current Affairs of National and International Significance; 4. Indian Polity & Governance [Constitution, Political System, Public Policy, etc.]; 5. Economic & Social Development, Poverty, Sustainable Development, Demographics, Social Sector Initiatives;
Part 225Elementary Mathematics at Class X level [Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Statistics]
Part 3251. General Issues on Environmental Ecology, Climate Change & Biodiversity 2. General Science
Part 420General Hindi Class X level [Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, Hindi Grammar]

Important Bihar Police Constable Books for Preparation

Essential Bihar Police Constable books highly suggested for specific parts that you must have on your table are:

PartsBihar Police Constable Books

Part 1
NCERT Textbooks for History, Geography, Economics & Political Science [Class IX-XII]; Lucent’s ‘General Knowledge 2020; General Knowledge 2020 by Arihant; Competition Success Review, PratiyogitaDarpan, Current Affairs Modules; Laxmikant’s Polity; ‘Indian Economy’ by Ramesh Singh; ‘Indian Economy’ by Datt and Sundaram;
Part 2NCERT Mathematics textbooks Class IX & X; Quantitative Aptitude by R.S Aggarwal; Fast Track Objective Arithmetic by Rajesh Verma;
Part 3NCERT Physics, Chemistry and Biology [Class IX-X] Shankar IAS Academy’s ‘Environment’;
Part 4NCERT Hindi Textbook [Class IX-X]; Samanya Hindi by Arihant; Lucent’s Samanya Hindi;

Bihar Police Constable Preparation Tips: Part 1

Given below are some of the most-favoured tips and tricks to cover the Bihar Police Constable Syllabus without difficulty.

  • Part 1 of the exam is a comprehensive assessment of your grasp over general awareness, current issues and events and social sciences related topics. It also carries the highest weightage in terms of questions. 
  • For Current Affairs, prepare mind maps and try to connect current events as a chain with past happenings. To enhance memorisation skills, make use of flow diagrams and regularly test yourself through online quizzes, discussions forum, etc.
  • Keep an eye over government reports and surveys like Indian Economic Survey, Budget etc. Watch RajyaSabha debates for a detailed understanding of knotty topics.
  • Emphasize on topics related the Preamble, history, making and basic structure of the Constitution, Emergency Provisions, Role of Constituent Assembly, landmark amendments as well as recent developments, Federal Structure, Fundamental Rights and Duties and other similar topics. 

Bihar Police Constable Preparation Tips: Part 2

Part 2 is mathematics/data interpretation related portion. It consists of 25 questions.

  • Topics in this section may include anything from Percentages, Averages, Profit & Loss, Ratio & Proportion, Speed & Distance, Time& Work to Algebra, Number System, Series, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Graphs, etc. Practice from the trusted Bihar Police Constable books as mentioned in earlier paragraphs.
  • While the topics are relatively common, the questions assess your hold over fundamental concepts and techniques. Thus, it is imperative to be thorough. Do not memorise formulae but work with its concept. Also, calculation tricks for square root, cube root, quadratic equations, number series, divisibility, etc. come in handy.
  • Your score in this section is directly proportional to the number of hours you put in not only in solving questions but also in evaluating your performance over weeks. At the end of every week, measure your overall results, re-assess your strengths and weaknesses and design a revised plan of preparation. 

Bihar Police Constable Preparation Tips: Part 3

Part 3 is a combination of general science as well as environment-related topics.

  • Common topics and concepts in Bihar Police Constable Syllabus for Part 3 that have regularly been tested include but are not limited to Matter, atomic structure, metals & non-metals, Compounds, salts, acids, bases, Force, motion, energy, Light, magnetism, Universe and much more.
  • Apart from the above, the dynamic portion of the section includes major discoveries, technological developments in space and defence, scientific awards, new environment-related laws and changes etc.
  • Keep attempting previous year’s questions papers for an idea of the type of questions generally asked, the level and spread of difficulty. Also, practise diverse questions.

Bihar Police Constable Preparation Tips: Part 4

Hindi Language proficiency is tested in this section through 20 questions.

  • Reading Comprehension requires you to understand a few related questions based on your understanding of a passage. A passage consists of three major elements: its main idea or theme [the topic], the author/narrator’s argument or point of view along with counter-arguments and finally, the conclusion. All these elements are tightly connected and logically follow. 
  • You can either do ‘close reading’ of the passage first and then attempt the questions or vice versa. Practise both methods and pick the one that you are comfortable with. However, always do an initial scanning of the passage first, for a brief, general idea of what it’s talking about.
  • You have 20 questions to attempt in 24 minutes. As the language section is known to take up time, practise to manage it efficiently. Stick to a strict time-based schedule and do not get glued to one question. 
All the best.

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