BPSC Has recently released a notification for the recruitment of various administrative posts. This is a good opportunity for the Bihar students who want to get a government job as an officer. You need better preparation to crack BPSC Examination. There will be many questions asked related to Bihar Special, and for this, we bring special books for the BPSC Bihar Special Book pdf for you guys. Before this let’s know the syllabus and exam pattern of BPSC.
BPSC Prelims Syllabus
The Prelims is the screening stage before the BPSC Mains. The marks in Prelims will not be taken into consideration for the final merit list.
The BPSC Prelims Exam Syllabus and Pattern is:
|Name of Exam||Combined Competitive Exam (Pre)|
|Conducting Body||Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC)|
|No of Papers||1 – General Studies (150 marks)|
|BPSC Syllabus For Pre||General Science, Events of national and international importance, history of Bihar and Indian History, Geography, 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 stage will be eligible for BPSC Mains. Approximately, the number of candidates selected for Mains will be equal to 10 times the total number of vacancies. For BPSC Bihar Special Book Pdf Download visit below.
The BPSC Mains Exam Syllabus and Pattern is
|Name of Exam||Combined Competitive Exam (Mains)|
|Conducting Body||Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC)|
|No of Papers||4 Paper which is given below.|
1. General Hindi – Qualifying Paper
2. General Studies 1 (300 marks)
3. General Studies 2 (300 marks)
4. Optional Subject (300 marks)
|Duration||3 hours each|
|BPSC Syllabus||General Hindi (Secondary Level)|
Essay – 30 marks
Grammar – 30 marks
Syntax – 25 marks
Precis/Summary – 15 marks
|General Studies 1||General Studies 2|
|Indian Culture, Modern History of India, Contemporary events of national and international importance statistical Analysis, diagrams and graphs||Indian (and Bihar) Polity, Indian (and Bihar) Economy, Indian (and Bihar) Geography, Role and impact of Science and Technology in the development of India (and Bihar).|
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Bihar is a very diverse state where many communities are living together in harmony. Bihar is a state in East India, bordering Nepal. It is divided by the River Ganges, which floods its fertile plains. Important Buddhist pilgrimage sites include the Bodhi Tree in Bodhgaya’s Mahabodhi Temple, under which the Buddha allegedly meditated.
Area: 94,163 km²
Governor: Phagu Chauhan
Chief minister: Nitish Kumar
Population: 9.9 crores (2011)
|Latitude||24°-20′-10″ ~ 27°-31′-15″ N|
|Longitude||83°-19′-50″ ~ 88°-17′-40″ E|
|Rural Area||92,257.51 sq. km|
|Urban Area||1,095.49 sq. km|
|Total Area||94,163.00 sq. km|
|Height above Sea-Level||173 Feet|
|Avg. Number of Rainy Days||52.5 Days in a Year|
Bihar is located in the eastern part of the country (between 83°-30′ to 88°-00′ longitude). It is an entirely landlocked state, although the outlet to the sea through the port of Kolkata is not too far away. Bihar lies mid-way between the humid West Bengal in the east and the sub humid Uttar Pradesh in the west which provides it with a transitional position in respect of climate, economy and culture. It is bounded by Nepal in the north and by Jharkhand in the south. The Bihar plain is divided into two unequal halves by the river Ganga which flows through the middle from west to east. For more Download BPSC Bihar Special Book from below.
History of Bihar
Bihar is a unique state endowed with a rich history. It is the seat of significant mythological events and tales from Ramayana. It is the birthplace of prominent religions including Buddhism and Jainism. It was Bihar that sprouted the first seed of democracy. It was Bihar were first true kingdom, Maurya Empire, reigned all over the subcontinent.
Patna, situated on the bank of river Ganga, is the capital of Bihar and the state’s current geographical boundary is shaped after its partition from Bengal and later on after the separation of Jharkhand in 2000.
During most of British India, Bihar was a part of the Presidency of Bengal and was governed by Calcutta. A prominent figure that emerged from Bihar during India’s struggle for Independence was Dr Rajendra Prasad who later became the first President of free India. Dr Prasad was a native of Jiradei in the district of Saran.
Bihar and Orissa separated from Bengal Presidency in 1912 as a single province and later Orissa became a separate province under the Government of India Act of 1935 and thus Bihar became an administrative unit of British India.
At the time of Independence in 1947, the State of Bihar, with the same geographic boundary, formed a part of the Republic of India, until 1956. At that time, In 1956, an area in the south-east, predominantly the district of Purulia, was separated and incorporated into West Bengal as part of the Linguistic Reorganization of Indian States. For more Download BPSC Bihar Special Book from below.
Economy of Bihar
BIHAR ECONOMY: AN OVERVIEW
The economy of Bihar is presently on a continuous growth path, a result of sound development strategies of the state government, particularly the high levels of its development expenditure. According to the new series of data on Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP), the growth rate of Bihar’s economy in 2017-18 was 11.3 per cent, increasing from 9.9 per cent a year before. During both these years, the growth rate of the national economy has been about 7 percent.
The GSDP of Bihar in 2017-18 was Rs. 4,87,628 crore at current prices. At constant (2011- 12) prices, the figure stood at Rs. 3,61,504 crore. The resulting Per Capita GSDP in 2017- 18 are — Rs. 42,242 (current prices) and Rs. 31,316 (constant prices).
In 2016-17, the highest growth rate was recorded by the tertiary sector (12.8 percent), followed by the primary sector (9.8 percent) and secondary sector (4.2 percent).