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Bihar Police SI Previous Year Question Papers

The Bihar Police SI Previous Year Question Papers and Exam Pattern is very useful to the candidates at the time of preparation. The candidates can get an idea about the question paper pattern and time management by practicing more Solved Papers. Sometimes the questions may be given from the Old Papers in the written examination. So the candidates don’t neglect the Model Papers at the time of preparation. The contenders don’t need to pay money for the downloading the Previous Papers pdf links. So the aspirants can easily download the Solved Papers and save them for further purpose. Contenders are suggested to clarify your doubts by checking the Bihar Police Department official website. The aspirants can check this article frequently for further updates.

Bihar Police SI Selection Process

The Selection Process has four steps. The First Step is Preliminary Exam. The second one is Mains Exam. The third one is Physical Eligibility Test and the fourth one is Medical Examination. The candidates who cleared the Preliminary and Mains Exam they will get a call for the Physical Eligibility Test and Medical Examination. The final result will be announced by the Bihar Police Department officers.

Bihar Police SI Exam Pattern

The Written Test consists two phases.

  • The First phase is Preliminary Exam, General Knowledge and Current Events are the subjects.

  • The Preliminary Exam contains 100 questions for 200 marks and total time duration for the exam is 2hrs.

  • The Second Phase is Mains Exam, it contains two papers.

  • The General Hindi is the Paper I Subject and Paper I contains 100 questions for 200 marks and total time limit is 2hrs.

  • General Studies, General  Science, Civics, Indian History, Geography of India, Mathematics and Mental Ability Test are the Paper II subjects.

  • The Paper II also contains 100 questions for 200 marks and the time limit is 2hrs.

  • There will be a negative marking of the 1/5th mark for each and every wrong answer in both Preliminary and Mains examinations.