BSSC News 2023: [11098 Posts] Inter Level (10+2) Combined Competitive Examination 2023


The latest BSSC News is that Bihar Public Commission Services (BSSC) has released its latest notification for the (10+2) Inter Level Combined Competitive Examination 2023 via Advertisement Number 02/23.

This BSSC News for the (10+2) Inter Level Combined Competitive Examination 2023 has been released on September 19, 2023. This BSSC News is for 11098 opportunities in the different divisions under the Public authority of Bihar. Eligible candidates can apply for the Inter-Level (10+2) Combined Competitive Examination 2023 from the official website, or, starting September 27, 2023. All other details related to this BSSC news, i.e., 11098 posts for the Inter Level (10+2) Combined Competitive Examination 2023, are given below:

BSSC news : Advertisement number 02/23

BSSC News: Advertisement Number 02/23 Overview:

Recruitment OrganizationBihar Staff Selection Commission (BSSC)
Post NameInter Level (10+2) Various Posts
Advertisement No.02/23
Number of Vacancies11098
Salary/ Pay ScaleVaries according to Posts
Job LocationBihar
Online Registration Starting DateSeptember 27, 2023
Last Date to ApplyNovember 11, 2023
Official Website
Selection Process. Prelims Written Exam
. Mains Written Exam
. Documents Verification
. Medical Examination
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Bihar CHSL 2023: Important Dates

The Bihar SSC CHSL Inter Level Notification pdf has been released on September 19, 2023, along with the online registration dates to apply online for Bihar SSC CHSL Recruitment 2023. The online registration window will open from 27th September 2023 onwards at We have below the all-out schedule of the enlistment drive.

BSSC Inter-Level Notification 202319th September 2023
Online registration start date27th September 2023
Last Date of Registration11th November 2023
Last Date to submit the application fee11th November 2023
Bihar CHSL Exam Date 2023To be notified

Age Limit

The age limit of the candidate will be calculated as on 01.08.2023. But those candidates, who meet the maximum age limit prescribed by the Government as on 01.08.2015 and possess the prescribed educational qualification till the said date, can also apply for the same on the basis of age limit as per General Administration Department’s letter No. 212, dated 23.01. Will be eligible for this examination in light of 2006.

Resolution No. 294 of the Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms (currently General Administration Department), dated 07.01.2016

According to BSSC News the age limit will be as follows.

(i) Minimum age limit18 (eighteen) years.
(ii) Maximum age limit(i) Unreserved category (men)37 years.
(ii) Unreserved category (women)40 years.
(iii) Backward Classes/Extremely Backward Classes (Male/Female)40 years.
(iv) Scheduled Caste/Tribe (Male/Female) 42 years.

Examination Fee (Preliminary Examination)

(a) Male candidates of General Category/Backward Class/Extremely Backward ClassRs 540.
(b) Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe (for permanent resident of Bihar)Rs 135.
(c) For all categories of disabled (same as SC/ST)Rs 135.
(d) All categories of women (only for permanent residents of Bihar)Rs 135.
(e) For all categories of candidates (male/female) from outside the state of BiharRs 540.

Just a quick heads-up about the examination fee process as per the BSSC News. When you’re ready to pay, keep in mind that the processing charge and service tax will be separate from the actual examination fee, and you’ll need to cover those separately.

You have the convenience of depositing the examination fee online using various payment options like credit card, debit card, UPI, net banking, and more. It’s all pretty straightforward!

Starting from September 27, 2023, you’ll have a window until November 9, 2023, to make your payment through the Online Payment Gateway after completing your online registration.

One important thing to remember: making the payment for registration and examination fees doesn’t mean you’ve completed your online application entirely. So, be sure to fill out all the necessary details.

Lastly, please note that the examination fee is non-refundable and cannot be transferred under any circumstances. So, make sure you’re all set before you make that payment.

Nature of examination:- Objective

So, here’s the deal, according to the Bihar Staff Selection Commission Examination Conduct Rules-2010: If BSSC receive more than 40,000 applications, BSSC is going to kick things off with a preliminary examination. If BSSC get even more applications, no worries; BSSC might divide the preliminary examination into phases. BSSC want to make sure everyone gets a fair shot!

Now, about the exam itself: as per the BSSC News, it’s going to happen in different phases. And when it comes to grading, BSSC will use the equalization process to prepare the results.

The preliminary examination is going to be a bit of a fun challenge. It’ll be objective, so you won’t have to worry about long essays. BSSC will select candidates for the main examination, and for every category-wise vacancy, BSSC will pick five times the number of candidates needed. Don’t worry; BSSC will, let you know all about the main examination in a separate advertisement.

For the preliminary exam, you’ll face one paper covering General Knowledge, which includes:

(a) General studies
(b) General science and mathematics
(c) Mental Ability Test (Comprehension/Logic/Reasoning/Mental Ability)

Questions will be multiple-choice, and there will be a total of 150 of them. Get this - you'll score 4 marks for every correct answer, but we'll deduct 1 mark for every wrong answer. So, choose wisely! The exam will last for 2 hours and 15 minutes, and you can choose to answer in either Hindi or English. If there are any differences between the Hindi and English question papers, don't worry, the English questions will be the ones that count.

Syllabus:- Preliminary Exam Syllabus is as follows:-

General Studies (Section A):

This part of the exam is all about testing your knowledge of the world around you and how it applies to society. BSSC will throw in questions about current events, everyday occurrences, and a bit of scientific thinking—all the stuff you’d expect any educated person to know. BSSC will also ask questions about Bihar, India, and its neighboring countries.

Here’s what you can expect:

(i) Contemporary Topics:

  • Stay updated with things like scientific advancements.
  • Know about national and international awards.
  • Brush up on Indian languages, books, scripts, capitals, currencies, and sports players.
  • Be aware of important events happening around you.

(ii) India and Its Neighboring Countries:

  • Get the lowdown on the history of neighboring countries.
  • Dive into India’s history, culture, geography, and economic scene.
  • Know about the freedom movement and key features of Indian agriculture and natural resources.
  • Be familiar with the Indian Constitution, politics, Panchayati Raj, and Bihar’s contributions to community development, five-year plans, and the national movement.

General Science and Mathematics (Section B):

(i) General Science:

The questions will be about physics, chemistry, biology, and geography. Just remember the basics, and you’ll do great!

(ii) Mathematics:

Expect questions on number systems, basic math operations, percentages, ratios, proportions, averages, and more. It’s all stuff you’ve seen before, so no need to break a sweat.

Mental Ability Test (Section C):

This part is all about your brainpower! We’ll be throwing both verbal and non-verbal questions your way, but don’t worry, it’s going to be fun.

Here’s what you might encounter:

  • Analogy: You’ll be comparing things and finding similarities and differences.
  • Space Visualization: Think of it as a mental 3D puzzle.
  • Problem Solving: We’ll put your creative thinking to the test.
  • Analysis: It’s time to dissect things and figure them out.
  • Visual Memory: How good are you at remembering what you’ve seen?
  • Differentiation: Spot the subtle distinctions.
  • Observation: Keep an eagle eye out for details.
  • Relationship Concept: Understand how things are connected.
  • Numerical Reasoning: We’ll throw some numbers at you to see your logic.
  • Numerical Number Series: Figure out the patterns in number sequences.
  • Code Writing and decoding are like solving secret messages!

Qualifying Marks:-

So, there’s this thing called Resolution No. 2374, issued by the Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms (General Administration Department) on 16th July 2007.

Now, here’s the deal: when you’re taking the written examination, it’s super important to aim for these minimum qualifying marks. Check them out:

  • General Class: You’ll want to score at least 40 percent.
  • Backward Class: Aim for a minimum of 36.5 percent.
  • Upper Class: Shoot for at least 34 percent.
  • Scheduled Caste or Tribe: Make sure you hit that 32 percent mark.
  • Women (All Categories): Same goes for all you awesome ladies out there, aim for 32 percent.
  • Disabled (All Categories): If you’re in this category, also target 32 percent.

These are the targets you’ll want to keep in mind as you tackle the written exam.

If you have any questions or need more info, don’t hesitate to reach out. You’ve got this!

Note: Commission regarding eligibility of candidates, acceptance or rejection of applications, process of selection, conduct of examination, allocation or determination of examination centers, process of preparation of examination results, and selection and allotment of successful candidates to the posts or cadre The decision will be final, which will be binding and acceptable for all the candidates, and no information or correspondence will be entertained in this regard.
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