BSSC CGL Syllabus 2022, Check syllabus and exam pattern in Hindi and English here!

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BSSC CGL Syllabus 2022: The Bihar Staff Selection Commission conducts BSSC CGL Exam to recruit eligible and interested candidates for various posts. Candidates who are going to appear for this exam must know all the information about the exam such as eligibility criteria, exam pattern, syllabus and so on. BSSC CGL syllabus comprises of the topics and subjects from which questions are asked in the exam. Candidates must know the syllabus and exam pattern before starting their preparation for the exam. Read this article to know all about BSSC CGL syllabus and other details. For more news about government Jobs Download Safalta App.



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BSSC CGL Syllabus 2022: Overview

Prelims and Mains will be held online by BSSC to select candidates for the various positions that have been made available. Take a look at the information about the BSSC CGL Syllabus 2022 which is summarised in the table below.
BSSC CGL Syllabus-Overview
Exam Conducting Body Bihar Staff Selection Commission
Exam Name BSSC CGL 2022
Mode of Exam Online
Type of Questions Objective Type
Category Syllabus
Marking Scheme 4 marks
Negative Marking 1 mark
No. of Questions 150
Selection Process Prelims & Mains
Official website www.bssc.bihar.gov.in

Table Of Contents

  1. BSSC CGL Syllabus 
  2. BSSC CGL Exam Pattern 
  3. BSSC CGL Mains Exam Pattern 
  4. BSSC CGL Syllabus In Hindi 
 

BSSC CGL Prelims Syllabus 2022 

According to the BSSC CGL syllabus, there will be questions from three subjects—general awareness, general science, mathematics and mental ability—in the prelims test.

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Whereas, the BSSC CGL syllabus for the Mains includes subjects in General Hindi, General Awareness, General Science, and Mathematics, Reasoning, and Mental Ability. For a competitive advantage, candidates must review the BSSC CGL syllabus and preparation advice. You must read the key topics that will be covered in the BSSC CGL test if you're prepared for it.

As mentioned above the exam comprise of four stages preliminary exam, a written exam, a physical ability test, and a personal interview. The syllabus for mains and prelims exams often overlaps. The candidates must know the list of topics asked in the exam and prepare as per the relative weightage of the exam and the importance of the section in the exam. The detailed BSSC CGL Syllabus is as follows :
 
BSSC CGL Syllabus Section  Topics 
Bihar CGL Syllabus- General Studies
Current International & National Affairs
  1. Important Summits & Events
  2. International Awards
  3. First in the world
  4. International leadership
  5. International Reports
  6. International committees and recommendations
  7. Important Sports Institutes, Sports Competitions and Awards of India and Madhya Pradesh.
  8. News related to the state of Bihar.


National and Regional Constitutional / Statutory Bodies

  1. Election Commission of India.

  2. State Election Commission.

  3. Union Public Service Commission.

  4. Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission.

  5. Comptroller and Auditor General.

  6. NITI Aayog.

  7. Human Rights Commission.

  8. Women Commission.

  9. Child Protection Commission.

  10. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Commission.

  11. Backward class Commission.

  12. Information Commission.

  13. Vigilance Commission.

  14. National Green Tribunal.

  15. Food preservation Commission etc.

History Of India 

  1. Major features, Events and their administrative, Social and Economical Systems of Ancient and Medieval India.
  2. Social and Religious Reform movements in 19th and 20th century.
  3. Independence struggle and the Indian National Movement for Freedom.
  4. Integration and Reorganization of India after Independence.

History of  Bihar
 

  1. Major events and Major dynasties.

  2. Contribution of Bihar in the freedom movement.

  3. Major arts and Sculpture.

  4. Major Tribes and Dialects.

  5. Major festivals, Folk music, Folk arts and Folk literature.

  6. Important Literators and their literature.

  7. Religious and tourist places.

  8. Important Tribal Personalities.


 

 

Bihar CGL Syllabus- General Science and Mathematics

Basic Principles of Science.

Important Indian Scientific Research Institutions and Their achievements, Satellite and Space technology.

Environment and Biodiversity.

Ecological System.

Nutrition, Food, and Nutrient.

Human Body.

Agricultural Product Technology.

Food Processing.

Health Policy and Programmes.

Pollution, Natural Disasters and Management.

Mathematics

  • Average
  • Percentage
  • Time & Work
  • Area
  • Profit & Loss
  • Simple & Compound Interest
  • Time & Distance
  • Hcf & Lcm
  • Problem On Ages Etc.
  • Bar, Graph
  • Pictorial Graph
  • Pie Chart Etc
Bihar CGL Syllabus- Comprehension Reading Comprehension
Bihar CGL Syllabus- Reasoning 
  1. Logical reasoning and analytical ability.
  2. Decision-making

  3. Problem-solving.

  4. Interpersonal skills including communication skills.

  5. General mental ability.

  6. Basic numeracy.


  Also Read:
BSSC CGL Eligibility BSSC CGL Salary
BSSC CGL Cut Off Best Books for BSSC CGL
 

BSSC CGL Mains Syllabus

Candidates who pass the preliminary exam are required to take the main exam. The BSSC CGL Mains syllabus is broken down into two papers. General Hindi is covered in Paper 1, while General Studies, General Science, Mathematics, and Reasoning are covered in Paper 2. The BSSC CGL mains syllabus can be used by candidates to thoroughly prepare for the written test. You can view the Mains exam syllabus below.
 

BSSC CGL Syllabus for Hindi

Candidates should be aware that the first exam on the BSSC CGL Mains syllabus is in Hindi. As a result, it is essential to understand the BSSC CGL Hindi syllabus because it bears the heaviest weight. The curriculum will be based on the tenth standard. The following are some of the key subjects covered in this course:
 
समास संधि अलंकार
 तत्सम एवं तदभव वर्तनी  विलोम
 पर्यायवाची मुहावरे एवं लोकोक्तियाँ कारक
लिंग वचन  वाक्य संशोधन, आदि

 BSSC CGL Syllabus for  General Awareness 

The purpose of the General Awareness section of the BSSC CGL Mains syllabus is to determine whether a candidate is updated on global events. Candidates must remain informed on current events, government initiatives, significant dates, and their topics, among other things, in order to do well on this paper. These are some of the significant subjects covered in this:
History, Geography of India Constitution of India & Polity Awards and Honours
Independence Movement Economic Affairs Community Development
Important Books & their Authors Fiver Year Plans Sports
Important Headquarters and their formation

Science & Technology

Indian Agriculture & Natural Resources

BSSC CGL Syllabus for Reasoning Ability

The BSSC CGL for Reasoning Ability syllabus includes significant topics that are intended to test the candidate's aptitude for analysis and problem-solving. Here are a few of the key subjects for it.
Similarities & Differences Arithmetic Number Series
Spatial Visualization Analogies
Non-Verbal Series Blood Relation and Ranking
Arithmetic Reasoning Odd man out
Coding & Decoding Visual Memory Observation
 
BSSC CGL Syllabus for General Science & Mathematics

Questions in the General Science section will cover biology, physics, and chemistry. In addition, the mathematics curriculum will include questions up to the tenth standard. The table that is provided below lists the topics that will be covered in the BSSC CGL Mains syllabus.
General Science Mathematics
Biology subjects shall include topics such as Plant and Animal Kingdom,
Reproduction, Heredity, Evolution, Life Process, Cell, etc
Percentage
Physics includes topics like, Motion, Human Eye, Sound, Reflection and Refraction,
Gravitation, Electricity, Energy, Magnetic Field, etc.
Time and Work
Chemistry consists of topics such as, Chemical Reactions, Acid, Bases & Salts,
Compound, Atoms & Molecules, Matter, Periodic Table,
Simple and Compound Interest
Important Inventions and Discoveries by scienctists Ratio & Proportion
Application of important principles of Science Average, Profit & Loss, etc

BSSC CGL Exam Pattern 

The detailed exam pattern along with the marking scheme is as important as the syllabus for the exam. The Exam has four stages and a detailed exam pattern must be known to all the candidates. The BSSC CGL exam pattern for each stage is as follows:

BSSC CGL Prelims Exam Pattern 

  • The BSSC CGL Prelims is a qualifying exam with an objective format.
  • The BSSC CGL Prelims Exam lasts for 2 hours and 15 minutes.
  • Candidates who pass the BSSC CGL preliminary examination are eligible to take the BSSC CGL main examination.
  • There will be three sessions of 50 questions each in the preliminary exam.
  • For a total of 600 points, there will be 150 questions.
  • For each wrong response, one mark will be deducted from your final grade.

The exam pattern and marking scheme is illustrated below:

Subject

Number  of Questions

Marks

Time Duration

General Science

50

200

2 Hours 15 minutes

General Science and Mathematics

50

200

Comprehension/Reasoning/ Mental Ability

50

200

Total

150

600

 

BSSC CGL Mains Exam Pattern 

 
  1. The exam is held in form of 2 papers.
  2. Each paper is for 2 hours and 15 minutes.
  3. Paper 1 is a language paper (Hindi language) having 100 questions for a total of 400 marks.
  4. There are minimum qualifying marks of 30% in paper 1, Only those candidates who are able to secure 30 % marks will be considered for paper 2.
  5. There will be 3 sections in BSSC CGL Mains Paper-2 of the main exam. The pattern and syllabus for paper-2 are similar to that of the preliminary exam.
The exam pattern is illustrated below:
Subject No. of Questions Marks Duration
Paper-1 Hindi Language 100 400 2 hours and 15 minutes
Paper 2 2 hours and 15 minutes
Section A-General Studies 50 200
Section B- General Science and Math 50 200
Section C-Reasoning Ability 50 200
 

BSSC CGL Syllabus In Hindi 

Section Topics
General Studies (सामान्य अध्ययन)
  • भारत और पड़ोसी देशो का इतिहास
  • संस्कृति
  • भूगोल
  • स्वतंत्रता आंदोलन
  • आर्थिक परिदृश्य
  • भारतीय कर्षि और प्राकृतिक संसाधनों की मरमुख विशेषता
  • भारतीय संविधान
  • देश की राजनैतिक प्रणाली
  • समुदायिक विकाश
  • पंचवर्षीय योजनाए
  • रास्टीय आंदोलन में बिहार का योगदान
  • वैज्ञानिक आविष्कार और खोज
  • रास्टीय और अंतर्राष्टीय पुरस्कार
  • भारतीय भाषाएँ
  • राजधानिया
  • मुद्रा
  • खेल-कूद
  • करेंट अफेयर्स – राष्ट्रीय और अंतर्राष्ट्रीय
General Science (सामान्य विज्ञान)
  • भौतिक शास्त्र
  • रसायन शास्त्र
  • जिव विज्ञानं
  • भूगोल
Mathematics (गणित)
  • पूर्ण संख्याओं का अभिकलन
  • दशमलव और भिन्न
  • संख्याओं के बिच परस्पर संबंध
  • मौलिक अंकगणितीय संचालन
  • अनुपात और समानुपात
  • प्रतिशत
  • साधारण ब्याज
  • लाभ-हानि
  • छूट
  • औसत
  • कार्य समय
  • साझेदारी
  • समय और दूरी
Reasoning & Mental Ability (मानसिक क्षमता और तर्क)
  • तार्किक विचार
  • खून का रिश्ता
  • कोडिंग-डिकोडिंग
  • संख्या और शब्द श्रृंखला
  • शब्दों की व्यवस्था
  • पहेली सारणीकरण
  • संबंध अवधारणाएं
  • वर्गीकरण
  • बैठक व्यवस्था
  • समानताएं और अंतर
  • रैंकिंग, दिशा, वर्णमाला परीक्षण
 

What are the posts through BSSC CGL Exam?

The posts through BSSC CGL Exam are - Secretariat Assistant, Planning Assistant, Malaria Inspector, and Data Entry Operator Grade C.

When does the application process begin for BSSC CGL Exam?

The application process for BSSC CGL will begin on 14 th Of April.

Is there negative marks in BSSC CGL?

Yes, there is negative marking in the BSSC CGL Exam- 1 mark is deducted for wrong answer.

Are the BSSC Syllabie for Mains and Prelims the same?

Yes, the syllabus for prelims and paper-2 of the mains exam is similar. However, the mains exam also has paper-1, which is a Hindi language paper of 400 marks.

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