BSSC Inter Level Syllabus 2023 :- Bihar Staff Selection Commission has released the official syllabus and exam pattern of Inter Level Recruitment. Those candidates who want to check the information related to Bihar SSC Inter Level Exam Syllabus then check this article till the end. The syllabus of Prelims and Mains exam is given further on this article. For more information about this, visit the official website.
BSSC Inter Level Syllabus 2023 – Overview
|Organization||Bihar Staff Selection Commission (BSSC)|
|Type of Employment||Govt Jobs|
|Post Name||Inter Level|
Selection Process :-
- Written Exam
- Typing Test (Post Wise)
- Document Verification
- Medical Examination
BSSC Inter Level Exam Pattern 2023 for Prelims
- Type of questions: Objective Type Questions
- Mode of Examination: Offline /Online
- Each question is worth 04 marks
- There will be a negative marking of 0.25 marks
- Examination Duration: 02 hour 15 minutes
|Subjects||No. of Questions||Marks|
|General Science and Mathematics||50||200|
|Mental Ability Test (Comprehension/ Logic/ Reasoning/ Mental Ability)||50||200|
BSSC Inter Level Mains Exam Pattern 2023
|Papers||Subjects||No. of Questions||Marks||Duration|
|Paper 1||General Awareness/ Hindi language||100||400||2 hrs 15 mins|
|Paper 2||Mental ability/logical reasoning General mathematics/science||150||600||2 hrs 15 mins|
BSSC Inter Level Syllabus 2023 –
Section (a) General Studies:- The purpose of the questions in this will be to test the candidate’s general knowledge of the surrounding environment and his/her ability regarding its application in the society. Such questions related to knowledge of matters like current events and day-to-day events, subtle observation and scientific approach towards them, about which any educated person is expected to have knowledge, will also be included. In this, questions can be asked specifically regarding Bihar, India and its neighboring countries.
Contemporary topics:- Scientific progress, National/International awards, Indian languages, book, script, capital, currency, sports players, important events.
India and its neighboring countries:- History of neighboring countries, History of India, culture, geography, economic scenario, freedom movement, main features of Indian agriculture and natural resources, Constitution and polity of India, political system of the country, Panchayati Raj, Contribution of Bihar in community development, five year plan and national movement.
Section (B) General Science and Mathematics:- In this generally questions can be asked from the following subjects of matriculation level:-
General Science:- Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography.
Mathematics:- Questions related to number system, computation of whole numbers, decimals and fractions, interrelationships between numbers, basic numerical mathematical operations, percentage, ratio and proportion, average, interest, and profit and loss.
Section (c) Mental Ability Test: In this, both verbal and non-verbal questions can be asked. In this component, as many questions as possible related to the following can be asked:- Analogy, Similarity and Difference, Space Visualization, Problem Solving, Analysis, Visual Memory, Differentiation, Observation, Relationship Concept, Numerical Reasoning, Numerical Number Series, Code Writing and Code interpretation.
Important Date :-
150 Multiple Choice Questions
2 hours and 15 minutes,
marking of 0.25 marks