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BPSC Cadre Services: Categories, Ranks and Salaries


What is BPSC and How to Apply for It?




If you are looking for a prestigious and rewarding career in the public service sector of Bangladesh, then you might have heard of BPSC. But what is BPSC and how can you apply for it? In this article, we will answer these questions and provide you with all the information you need to know about BPSC exams, online application process, syllabus, preparation tips, and more. So, let's get started.


Introduction




BPSC stands for Bangladesh Public Service Commission, which is a constitutional body that is responsible for selecting suitable and qualified candidates for various public service positions in Bangladesh. The main functions and objectives of BPSC are:




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  • To conduct competitive examinations for recruitment in the public service sector.



  • To advise the President on matters relating to appointment, promotion, transfer, retirement, discipline, etc. of public service personnel.



  • To formulate policies, rules, regulations, guidelines, etc. related to public service recruitment, examination, training, etc.



  • To ensure impartiality, transparency, efficiency, and meritocracy in public service administration.



BPSC conducts different types of examinations for different categories of public service positions. The eligibility criteria for each type of examination vary depending on the educational qualification, age limit, nationality, etc. of the candidates. The main types of BPSC examinations are:


  • BCS Exam



  • Non-Cadre Exam



  • Departmental and Senior Scale Exam



Let's take a look at each type of exam in detail.


BPSC Exams




BCS Exam




BCS exam is the most popular and competitive exam conducted by BPSC. BCS stands for Bangladesh Civil Service, which is the administrative branch of the government of Bangladesh. BCS exam is held every year to recruit candidates for various civil service positions in different ministries, departments, agencies, etc. of the government.


There are 27 categories of civil service positions under BCS exam, which are divided into four groups: General Cadre, Professional/Technical Cadre, General Education Cadre, and Technical Education Cadre. The candidates have to choose their preferred cadre group and category according to their educational qualification and interest.


The syllabus and exam pattern of BCS exam consist of three stages: Preliminary Test (MCQ), Written Test (Subjective), and Viva Voce (Oral). The preliminary test is a screening test that consists of 200 MCQ questions covering various subjects such as Bangla, English, General Knowledge, Mathematics, etc. The candidates have to score at least 120 marks out of 200 to qualify for the written test. The written test is a descriptive test that consists of different papers according to the cadre group and category of the candidates. The total marks of the written test vary from 900 to 1800 depending on the number and type of papers. The candidates have to score at least 50% marks in each paper to qualify for the viva voce. The viva voce is an oral test that consists of a panel interview and a psychological test. The total marks of the viva voce are 200 and the candidates have to score at least 50% marks to pass the viva voce. The final merit list of the successful candidates is prepared based on the aggregate marks obtained in the written test and the viva voce.


The preparation for BCS exam requires a lot of hard work, dedication, and smart strategy. The candidates have to cover a vast syllabus and practice a lot of questions and mock tests. Some of the best books and resources for BCS exam preparation are:


  • BCS Preliminary Guide by Professors Publications



  • BCS Written Guide by Professors Publications



  • BCS Viva Voce Guide by Professors Publications



  • BCS Bangla by Dr. Md. Jafar Iqbal



  • BCS English by Dr. Md. Jafar Iqbal



  • BCS General Knowledge by Dr. Md. Jafar Iqbal



  • BCS Mathematics by Dr. Md. Jafar Iqbal



  • BCS Bangladesh Affairs by Dr. Md. Jafar Iqbal



  • BCS International Affairs by Dr. Md. Jafar Iqbal



  • BCS Computer and Information Technology by Dr. Md. Jafar Iqbal



  • BPSC Official Website (www.bpsc.gov.bd)



  • BPSC Official Facebook Page (www.facebook.com/bpsc.gov.bd)



  • BPSC Official YouTube Channel (www.youtube.com/bpsc.gov.bd)



  • Various Online Platforms and Blogs (such as www.bcspreparation.com, www.bcsstudy.com, www.bcsquestionbank.com, etc.)



Non-Cadre Exam




Non-cadre exam is another type of exam conducted by BPSC for recruiting candidates for various non-cadre positions in the public service sector. Non-cadre positions are those that are not included in the BCS cadre system and have different pay scales and service rules.


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There are four classes of non-cadre positions: First Class, Second Class, Third Class, and Fourth Class. The eligibility criteria for each class vary depending on the educational qualification, age limit, experience, etc. of the candidates. The candidates have to apply for their preferred class and position according to their eligibility.


The syllabus and exam pattern of non-cadre exam consist of two stages: Written Test (Subjective) and Viva Voce (Oral). The written test is a descriptive test that consists of different papers according to the class and position of the candidates. The total marks of the written test vary from 300 to 600 depending on the number and type of papers. The candidates have to score at least 50% marks in each paper to qualify for the viva voce. The viva voce is an oral test that consists of a panel interview and a psychological test. The total marks of the viva voce are 100 and the candidates have to score at least 50% marks to pass the viva voce. The final merit list of the successful candidates is prepared based on the aggregate marks obtained in the written test and the viva voce.


The preparation for non-cadre exam requires a good knowledge of the subject matter and current affairs related to the position applied for. The candidates have to study the relevant books and resources for their respective subjects and practice a lot of questions and mock tests. Some of the best books and resources for non-cadre exam preparation are:


  • Non-Cadre Guide by Professors Publications



  • Non-Cadre Bangla by Dr. Md. Jafar Iqbal



  • Non-Cadre English by Dr. Md. Jafar Iqbal



  • Non-Cadre General Knowledge by Dr. Md. Jafar Iqbal



  • Non-Cadre Mathematics by Dr. Md. Jafar Iqbal



  • Non-Cadre Subject-wise Books by Professors Publications or other reputed publishers



  • BPSC Official Website (www.bpsc.gov.bd)



  • BPSC Official Facebook Page (www.facebook.com/bpsc.gov.bd)



  • BPSC Official YouTube Channel (www.youtube.com/bpsc.gov.bd)



  • Various Online Platforms and Blogs (such as www.bcspreparation.com, www.bcsstudy.com, www.bcsquestionbank.com, etc.)



Departmental and Senior Scale Exam




Departmental and senior scale exam is another type of exam conducted by BPSC for recruiting candidates for various departmental and senior scale positions in the public service sector. Departmental and senior scale positions are those that are reserved for the existing public service personnel who want to upgrade their rank and status.


The candidates who can apply for departmental and senior scale exam are those who have completed at least two years of service in their respective positions and have obtained satisfactory performance reports. The candidates have to apply for their preferred position according to their eligibility.


The syllabus and exam pattern of departmental and senior scale exam consist of two stages: Written Test (Subjective) and Viva Voce (Oral). The written test is a descriptive test that consists of different papers according to the position applied for. The total marks of the written test vary from 300 to 600 depending on the number and type of papers. The candidates have to score at least 50% marks in each paper to qualify for the viva voce. The viva voce is an oral test that consists of a panel interview and a psychological test. The total marks of the viva voce are 100 and the candidates have to scor


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