CSBC Bihar Police exam 2017: The written examination dates for the recruitment of police constables will be conducted by the Central Selection Board of Constables, CSBC Bihar on October 15 and 22, 2017.
CSBC Bihar Police exam 2017: The written examination dates for the recruitment of police constables will be conducted by the Central Selection Board of Constables, CSBC Bihar on October 15 and 22, 2017. Soon after the announcement of dates, aspirants have started looking at the guidelines and rushed for the preparation of the same. The first round of examination was conducted today in the morning and candidates who appeared for the exam mentioned that paper was lengthy. Keeping in mind the hassles faced by students in today’s examination, it is advised to all the remaining aspirants to step up their preparation for the October 22 examination.
All candidates must get into the revision work and not get involved in picking up new topics as it would take more time. Do not worry about the topics which you don’t know and rather revise what has already been covered. The best possible way to perform better in the exam is to revise the topics which you have already prepared. Make notes of the topics and memorise them to the core.
The question paper comprises of 5 subjects – Hindi, English, Mathematics, General Science and Social Studies. Based on the feedback of some candidates who appeared in October 15 examination, Mathematics section is reportedly tough, hence it is advised to put some extra time to it while doing revision work.
Final check of all necessary and related documents is a must. Candidates should carry their admit card on the examination day and would also need a photo identity proof like voter ID or Aadhaar card. The CSBC examination will have one morning session on October 22.
All aspirants of the CSBC Bihar Police examination are advised to visit CSBC official website – csbc.bih.nic.in in order to check right location of their respective centres. It will be better to visit the exam centre once before the examination to get an idea of the exact location. The exam authorities does not allow any electronic items such as phones, calculators etc inside the hall. Candidates must report to the exam centre at 9 am, that is, an hour before the exam starts.
In order to qualify for the examination, a candidate needs to score a minimum of 30 marks in the written examination. Further rounds of CSBC examination will include a Physical Endurance Test (PET). To do that, make sure you cover as many questions as possible. Focusing on a few and leaving out others will be counterproductive.