BPSCC Bihar Police Recruitment 2020: The Bihar Police Under Service Commission (BPSCC) removed the appointment of sub-inspectors and 215 sergeants in Bihar Police in 1999. The online application process for these posts ww.bpssc.bih.nic.in will start from 16th August 2020. The application deadline is set for September 24. The same candidates can apply for both the posts of Sub-Inspector and Sergeant, who are at least a graduate (from any discipline). Educational Qualification will be determined from 1st August. Learn 10 Special Things About Recruitment Here –
1. Age limit (dated 01 January 2020):
– Minimum age for unreserved (general) category men is 20 years and maximum age is 37 years 37
– Minimum age for backward class and final class men is 20 years and maximum age is 40 years.
– Minimum age for unreserved (general) category, backward class and final class women is 20 years and maximum age is 40 years.
– The minimum age for SC and ST men and women should be 20 years and the maximum age should be 42 years.
2. Educational Qualifications – Graduate in any subject from a recognized institute
3. Salary scale in both the posts – 35400-112400 Rs.
4. Height (length)
(1) For exposed (normal) and backward class men – minimum height should be 165 cm.
(2) For men belonging to the most backward classes, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes – Minimum height should be 160 cm.
(3) For women of all classes – minimum height should be 155 cm and minimum weight 48 kg.
5. Sewing (for men only) –
(1) For men of uncovered (normal) class, backward class and ultimately backward class – without inflating – 81 cm (minimum) inflated – 86 cm (minimum) (after filling, a gap of at least 5 cm in the chest will be mandatory.) .
(2) For SC and ST men –
Non-swollen – 79 cm (minimum)
Fuller – 84 cm (minimum)
(It will be mandatory to keep a gap of at least 5 cm in the chest after swelling).
BPSCC Bihar Police Sub-Inspector C Recruitment 2020 Notification: Click here to view the Notification
6. Selection process
The Commission will conduct joint written competition examination for all the candidates. The written test will be in two stages of preliminary and main test. All written test question papers will be based on multiple choice questions. After passing the preliminary test, you will have the opportunity to take part in the main test. After passing these two tests there will be a physical test (running, jumping and throwing).
7. Physical Skills Test:
Candidates will be required to pass the following physical aptitude test.
– Race –
The last time to run a mile –
6 minutes 30 seconds (taking more candidates than this time will be declared unsuccessful).
The deadline is one kilometer away
Minutes minutes (taking more candidates than this time will be declared unsuccessful).
– High jump –
For men – minimum 4 (four) feet
For women – minimum 3 (three) feet
– Long jump –
For men – minimum 12 (twelve) feet
For women – minimum 9 (nine) feet
– Cannonball –
For men – 16 pound balls
Must throw a minimum of 16 (sixteen) feet.
For women – 12 pound balls
Must throw a minimum of 10 (ten) feet.
8. Application fee
Online application form for male and female candidates from Extremely Backward Classes, Backward Classes, Economically Weaker Classes and Unreserved (General) Classes.
And the price of online application form for SC and ST male and female candidates has been fixed at Rs. 400 / -.
9. The application process will start from 16th August at www.bpssc.bih.nic.in. In the process of filling up the online application form, the candidate is registered first. In this order, their mobile number and email are taken from the candidate. You have a valid active mobile phone number and email of your own. Candidates will contact the same mobile number email address provided at the time of registration till the end of the final round of recruitment.
10. Written exam pattern and final merit list
Preliminary Examination – The Prelim inary Examination will consist of a letter of 200 letters with a total of 100 questions and the duration of the examination will be 2 (two) hours. Questions related to general knowledge and current issues will be asked. In this, the candidates who get less than 30 percent marks will be declared as failed in the main examination. 20 (twenty) successful candidates will be selected for reservation on the basis of the marks obtained in the preliminary examination. In the absence of a sufficient number of eligible candidates for the original written examination, the above ratio may be appropriately reduced.
Candidates who are successful in the preliminary examination will be given the opportunity to take part in the main examination. The main test will have two papers. The first letter 200 will be 2 (two) hours in plain Hindi, which will have 100 questions and a minimum qualification of 30 percent marks otherwise they will be declared ineligible. Ordinary Hindi paper score will not be added in merit determination. The second research paper will be general studies related to general science, civics, Indian history, Indian geography, mathematics and mental aptitude test.
The integer of the second paper with total questions will be 200 – 100 and the duration of the test will be 2 (two) hours. In each stage test, 0.2 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer. The answer will be the same as the book, a copy of which will be kept with the Commission.
Vacancies (six) times on the basis of the original written test will be selected for the physical aptitude test as per the grade wise.
The final merit list will be decided on the basis of the original examination.