West Bengal WBPSC JE Previous Year Question Papers

West Bengal WBPSC JE Previous Year Question Papers

The Bengal Public Service Commission was formed under Government of India Act, 1935. This PSC has been effective since April 1937. The various departments under PSC 2017 of West Bengal are Panchayat Accounts, Audit Officers, Head Master/Head Mistress, PGT 2017, Controller of Examinations, various Assistant Posts,  Inspector of Legal Metrology, Director of Animal Husbandry and with many others.

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Syllabus WBPSC JE Previous Year Question Papers

As the exam of PSC of West Bengal is divided into two written tests, you will find both type of syllabus on this platform. The syllabus for WBPSC is given below and is divided into:-

  1. WBPSC prelims syllabus
  2. WBPSC Mains Syllabus

This is the need of the hour, to start looking through the complete WBPSC syllabus and start preparing accordingly. With smart work and determination, one can reach great heights. So candidates, start with a thorough understanding of the WBPSC syllabus given below.

Syllabus WBPSC Prelims

The PSC prelims of West Bengal have 8 subjects. Each subject contains a value of 25 marks.

As each subject has only 25 marks, these subjects are General Science, Current events of National & International Importance, English Composition, Indian Polity and Economy, General Mental Ability, Geography of India with special reference to West Bengal, History of India and Indian National Movement.

Syllabus WBPSC Mains

The candidates who clear the WBPSC Prelims paper are eligible to give WBPSC Mains. In WBPSC Mains, there are seven papers, which are compulsory for all candidates.
Paper I: Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali/Santali – Letter writing (within 150 words) / Drafting of Report (within 200 words), Précis Writing, Composition and Translation from English to any of these language like Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali/Santali

Paper II: English – Letter writing (within 150 words) / Drafting of Report (within 200 words), Précis Writing, Composition and Translation from Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali/Santali to English

Paper III: General Studies-I: (i) Indian History with special emphasis on National Movement and (ii) Geography of India with special reference to West Bengal.

Paper IV: General Studies-II: Science and Scientific & Technological advancement, Environment, General Knowledge and Current Affairs.

Paper V: The Constitution of India and Indian Economy including role and functions of Reserve Bank of India.

Paper VI: Arithmetic and Test of Reasoning.

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Exam format for WBPSC Exam 2017

For the examination, there will be two rounds. As always the first round is written round and the next round is a personal interview.
The written exam will have two parts
1) Prelims
2) Mains
Candidates who clear the prelims will be only able to write the main paper. Thus dear candidates, clearing prelims should be your main objective right now.

S.No Exam Subjects No of Questions Marks Duration
1. Written Test Civil/ Mechanical/ Electrical 100 200 2 Hours

Previous Year Paper for WBPSC Exam

In the times of absolute doubt about types of questions, the basic aspects can be learned through past year papers. WBPSC previous year papers will guide you throughout your studies. The right understanding of question paper and its pattern will help a candidate, while he/she gives the final paper. As you will be familiar with the basic concepts and will feel confident.

So aspirants, here are links to previous year question paper of WBPSC. Download these papers and start working towards a bright career.

WBPSC JE Previous Papers West Bengal Engineer Exam Papers @ www.pscwb.org.in

West Bengal Jr Engineer Civil Solved Papers

PSC Civil Engineer Papers

PSCWB JE Practice Papers – Electrical

WB Electrical Papers

pscwb.gov.in Engineer Model Papers – Mechanical

JE Mech Papers


 

Updated: May 11, 2017 — 5:26 pm

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