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Eligibilty Criteria

Before applying for the Bihar Police Fireman Eligibility Criteria 2022, candidates must carefully review the Bihar Police Fireman Eligibility Criteria 2022:

Age Limit:

The age requirement as of 1 August 2022 are as follows:

Particulars Details
Minimum Age 18
Maximum Age 25

Educational Qualification:

Candidates must have completed their 12th grade at a recognized school or institution.

Physical Requirements:

Gender Category Height Chest
Male Gen/ BC 165 CM 81-86 CM
EBC 160 CM
SC/ ST 160 CM 79-84 CM
Female All Category 155 CM NA
Exam Pattern

The exam will be of the objective type. The exam will be administered using OMR sheets.

  1. This exam will include a total of 100 questions.
  2. Each question will be worth one point.
  3. This exam will have a maximum score of 100 points.
  4. The level of this exam will be equivalent to that of a tenth grader.
  5. Candidates with a score of less than 30 will not be called for the PET/ PST.

Written Test

Subjects Questions Marks Duration
Hindi 100 100 2 hours
English
Maths
Social Studies
Science
General Knowledge & Current Affairs

Physical Test

Events Maximum Marks Requirement
Males Females
Run 50 1.6 km Time: 6 Minutes 1 km Time: 5 Minutes
Shot put 25 7.2 kg for a minimum distance of 16 feet 5.4 kg for a minimum distance of 12 feet
Long jump 25 Minimum 4 feet Minimum 3 feet
Syllabus

There will be questions from class 10th in English, Hindi, Maths, S.St (History, Geography, Civics, Economics), and Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Botany). Candidates must get a minimum of 30% to participate in the PET.

Syllabus for Hindi

  • ध्वनि (स्वर और व्यंजन)
  • शब्द और पद
  • संज्ञा
  • वचन
  • कारक
  • लिंग
  • सर्वनाम
  • विशेषण
  • क्रिया विशेषण
  • क्रिया
  • निपात
  • वाक्य रचना
  • शब्द रचना
  • अव्यय
  • अर्थ - पर्याय, विलोम, मुहावरे, लोकोक्तियां
  • संधि
  • समास

Syllabus for English

  • Singular & Plural
  • Gender
  • Synonyms and Antonyms
  • Spelling: Writing correct spelling of words.
  • Parts of Speech
    • Noun
    • Pronoun
    • Verb
    • Adjective
    • Adverb
    • Preposition
    • Conjunction
    • Interjection
  • Subject-Verb agreement
  • Error Detection
  • Tense
  • Idioms & Phrases

Syllabus for Maths

  • Number system
  • Surd
  • Exponent and logarithm
  • LCM & HCF
  • Quadratic Equations
  • Arithmetic (Business Mathematics)
  • Mensuration
  • Statistics
  • Angle relationship
  • Triangle congruence
  • Concept of symmetry, homogeneous polygons, homogeneous triangles, and their properties.

Syllabus for Social Studies

History

  • Prehistoric Era Life
  • Ancient Indian Civilization and Culture
  • Medieval India
  • Revolution of 1857 AD
  • Social and Religious Reforms in India in the 19th Century
  • Independence movement of India
  • America's Freedom struggle
  • French Revolution
  • Russia revolution
  • First world war
  • Second World War
  • United Nations Organization

Physical Geography

  • Our physical environment
  • Atmosphere
  • Hydrosphere
  • Lithosphere
  • Biosphere

Natural Resources

  • Resources
  • Population
  • Natural state
  • World's leading industry
  • International business profile

Geography of India

  • Natural nature of India
  • Climate and natural vegetation
  • India soil

Resource and economic development

  • Use of Land and Agriculture
  • Mineral and Power Resources
  • Industry
  • Trade and Transport Tools
  • human resource

Society and Citizens

  • Person and society
  • family
  • Meaning of Citizen and Citizenship
  • State
  • Government

Civil and Local Self-Government

  • Meaning and importance of local self-government
  • Local Self-Government Institutions

Indian Constitution

  • Objectives of the Indian Constitution
  • Fundamental Rights and Duties
  • Union Government
  • State Government
  • Meaning of democracy
  • Public adult franchise
  • The political party, the role of opposition

Major Problems and Challenges of Indian Society

  • Illiteracy
  • National education policy
  • Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes
  • Status of women in India

India and World Peace

  • India's relations with neighboring countries
  • United Nations Organization
  • Non-Aligned Movement and India

Physics

  • Laws of Motion
  • Work, Energy & Power
  • The motion of System of Particle & Rigid Body
  • Gravitation
  • Properties of Bulk Matter
  • Physical World & Measurement
  • Kinematics

Chemistry

  • Classification of elements & their properties
  • Chemical Dynamics
  • Chemical Bond & Atomic Structure
  • Surface Chemistry
  • State of Matter – Solid, Liquid & Gas
  • General Theory of Separation of Elements
  • Thermodynamics
  • Redox Reaction
  • Hydrogen, Coordination Compound

Biology

  • Cell structure & their Work
  • Function of Plant
  • Function of Animals
  • Organism & Environment
  • Biodiversity
  • Biotechnology & its applications
  • Human & Environment

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