How Many Marks Will Be Required To Pass Bpsc 69th Pt Exam, Know From Experts How Much Can Be The Cutoff?

How Many Marks Will Be Required To Pass Bpsc 69th Pt Exam, Know From Experts How Much Can Be The Cutoff?

The 69th Integrated Preliminary Competitive Examination Of Bihar Public Service Commission (Bpsc) Was Conducted On Saturday At 480 Examination Centers In 31 District Headquarters Of Bihar. 2,70,412 Candidates Had Applied For This Examination Which Started At 12:00 Noon And Ended At 02:00 pm Out Of Which The Attendance Was Between 60 To 65 Percent.

Cut Off For Unreserved Category Will Be Around 93.

The Questions In The Integrated 69th Joint Preliminary Competitive Examination Are Tougher Than The Questions In The 67th And 68th Combined Preliminary Competitive Examinations Held In Previous Years. Therefore, This Time The Exam Experts Have Estimated the Off For the Unreserved Category To Be Around 93 Which Can Vary Between 90 To 95 Maximum. Accordingly, The Cut Off For Reserved Categories Is Expected To Be Between 80 To 90 In Different Categories.

There Were More Factual Questions In The Exam

Dr. Krishna Singh, Regional Head, Bihar Up, Chanakya Ias Academy Said That More Factual Questions Are Seen In The 69th Bpsc Pt. More Direct Questions Have Been Asked In History, Science, And Geography, Which Are Largely Taken From Ncert Level 2. The Questions Of Polity And Economy Are Analytical. Bihar Special And Current Affairs Questions Have Been Asked Very Well. A maximum of 19 Questions In History Have Been Asked On Modern India, India’s Freedom Struggle, And the Contribution Of Bihar. 8 Factual Questions Have Been Asked From Ancient India And 6 From Medieval India. 10 Questions Have Been Asked From Mathematical Aptitude Which Are Of General Nature. 30 Questions Were Asked In Science, Out Of Which Most Were From Biology And Physics. These Questions Are Factual And Traditional. Students Who Had Prepared Considering The Previous Year’s Questions Would Not Have Faced Much Difficulty.

Bpsc Maintained The Level Of Questions High

Md Of Chronicle Academy, Kumar Vijay Said That Like Last Year, the Bihar Public Service Commission Has Kept The Level Of Its Questions High This Year Too. The Level Of Questions Asked Has Opened The Way For Children Who Study Seriously And Has Closed The Way For Those Who Used To Study By Rote. Those Who Claimed To Pass Bpsc On The Basis Of Questions Posted On Youtube, Their Claim Has Also Failed. Now Only Those Who Study Well Will Pass The Competitive Exam. It Is No Longer Possible To Dream Of Passing BPSC by Reading Liners Or Guess Paper Type Books.

The Examinees Said…

Question Was Tougher Than 68th: Examinee Amit Kumar Said That This Time The Question Was Tougher Than 68th Bpsc Pt. There Were Very Few Direct Questions And Most Of Them Were Asked In Roundabout Ways.

Shortage Of Time: Examinee Mo Miraj Said That Many Questions Were So Complex That It Took A Lot Of Time To Solve Them. Due To This, Time Was Reduced And Some Questions Could Not Be Solved Properly Due To This.

Questions Had To Be Left Due To Negative Marking: Candidate Mamta Kumari Told That Due To Negative Marking, She Solved Only Those Questions Which She Knew Properly. Some Questions Had To Be Left Out Due To Conflict.

How Many Questions Were There From Which Subject?

History – 34

Science- 30

Reasoning – 10


Economics- 22

Constitution – 8

Bihar Special And Current Affairs – 31

Security Was Tight During The Exam

The Entry Of Candidates Into The Examination Center Started At 10 Am, Two Hours Before The Commencement Of The Examination. Their Luggage Was Being Kept In The Room Located Opposite The Main Entrance Of The Examination Centre. This Included Not Only Bags And Mobile Phones But Also Watches And Food Items. Water Bottles Were Also Allowed To Be Taken Only After Removing The Wrapper So That It Became Completely Transparent. Entry Into The Examination Center Was Completely Closed At 11 P.m., An Hour Before The Commencement Of The Examination. Tight Security Arrangements Were Seen Around The Examination Center And Jammers Were Also Installed At Every Centre. Biometric Attendance And Facial Recognition Were Arranged To Identify The Candidates At Each Examination Center And The Bar Code Of The OMR sheet Was Also Scanned. The Examination Started Late By 15 To 20 Minutes At Some Centres, Including One Center In Nalanda, Where It Ended Equally Late.

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