Bihar Forest Guard Vacancy 2020 Exam Date and Admit Card: Central Selection Board of Constable (CSBC) Bihar has invited online applications for the post of Bihar Forest Guard for 484 Vacancies via Advertisement Number 03/2020 in Environment, Forest and Climate Change Department, Govt of Bihar.
Interested candidates can apply online from the link given below. Candidates are advised to read the full notification before applying online and check their eligibility. Check all details related to Bihar Forest Guard Recruitment 2020 like Notification, Apply Online, How to Apply, Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Selection Process, Salary, Eligibility, Application Fees, Vacancies, Important Dates, etc for Bihar Forest Guard 2020 Vacancy.
✅ Application Fees for Bihar Forest Guard Vacancy 2020
Gen/ EBC/BC/ EWS
Mode of Payment
✅ Eligibility for Bihar Forest Guard Recruitment 2020
Age (On 1/1/2020)
✅ How to Apply for Bihar Forst Guard Vacancy 2020
Follow these Steps to Apply Online for Bihar Forest Guard Vacancy 2020
Step I: Registration
Step II: Fill Application Form
Step III: Pay Application Fee
Step IV: Print Application Form
✅ Selection Process of Bihar Forest Guard Vacancy 2020
The Selection Process of Bihar Forest Guard 2020 include the Following Stages:-
OMR Based Written Test (400 Marks)
Physical Endurance/ Measurement Test (PET)
✅ Exam Pattern of Bihar Forest Guard Vacancy 2020
Time Duration of Exam:- 2 Hours
GK/ Current Affairs
Science and EVS
✅ Physical Measurement/ Efficiency for Bihar Forest Guard Vacancy 2020
✅ Bihar Forest Guard Syllabus pdf 2020
Part-1 (30 Questions – 120 marks) Current events of national and international importance. (6- Questions – 24 marks) History of India and Indian National Movement. (6- Questions – 24 marks) Geography – Physical, Social, Economic Geography of Bihar, India and the World. (6- Questions – 24 marks) Indian Polity and Governance – Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Public Policy, Rights Issues, etc. (6- Questions – 24 marks) Economic and Social Development – Sustainable Development, Poverty, Inclusion, Demographics, Social Sector Initiatives, etc. (6- Questions – 24 marks) Part-2 (25 Questions – 100 marks) Basic numeracy (numbers and their relation, orders of magnitude, etc.) – (Matriculation or equivalent level), Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency, etc,- Matriculation or equivalent level) (15- Questions – 60 marks) Logical reasoning and analytical ability. (5- Questions – 20 marks) General mental ability. (5- Questions – 20 marks) Part-3 (25 Questions – 100 marks) General science – (Matriculation or equivalent level) (20- Questions – 80 marks) General issues on Environment, Ecology, Bio-diversity, and Climate Change – that do not require subject specialization. (5- Questions – 20 marks) Part-4 (20 Questions – 80 marks) Knowledge of Hindi language – The aim of the paper is to test the candidate’s ability to read and understand serious discursive prose, and to express his ideas clearly and correctly in the language. (i) Comprehension of given passages. (ii) Usage and Vocabulary. (iii) Hindi Grammar.