Download BPSC BCS New Written Syllabus Directly. Bangladesh Public Service Commission (B.P.S.C) has recently published the 35th BCS New Written Syllabus on its’ official website. 35th B.C.S Preliminary exam was held on March 06, 2015 in different divisional cities exam centers of Bangladesh. This is the 1st time that the M.C.Q exam was held for 200 marks within two hours. No doubt that the question was very tough to answer for most of the candidates. By an observation and research from different B.C.S groups of Facebook it can be said that those who will get 80-90 marks in grand total can qualify in that preliminary exam. Already 37th BCS Preliminary Exam has been held on September 30, 2016. It’s result will be published as soon as possible. So keep an eye for that result whether you have qualified or not.
Download BCS New Written Syllabus
So if you think that you will get this mark after deducting negative marks then I think it would better enough to download the below given new 35th B.C.S Syllabus to take the best preparation and appear in the upcoming B.C.S written exam. So congratulation to them from All Bd Results admin. 35th BCS Preliminary M.C.Q Exam Result 2015 has been published. So check the result from HERE
There are total 06 Compulsory Subjects in BCS Written such as Bangla, English, Bangladesh Affairs, International affairs, Mathematical Reasoning and Mental Ability and General Science and Technology.
Bangla-200 Marks (1st Part and 2nd Part)
Bangla 1st Part-100 Marks is compulsory for both General and Technical Cadres and Professional Cadres. Bangla 2nd Part-100 Marks is compulsory only for General Cadres.
English-200 Marks (1st Part and 2nd Part)
English 1st Part-100+English 2nd Part-100=200 Marks is compulsory for both General and Technical Cadres and Professional Cadres.
Bangladesh Affairs-200 Marks (1st Part and 2nd Part)
This 200 Marks of 1st part and 2nd Part is compulsory for both type of cadres.
International Affairs-100 Marks
This 100 Marks is compulsory for everyone.
Mathematical Reasoning-50 Marks
There are 50 marks in this subject and it is compulsory for both cadres.
Mental Ability-50 Marks
This Mental ability is also compulsory for both general and technical cadres. Mathematical Reasoning and Mental ability exams will be held one after another. Remember that in mind.
General Science and Technology-100 Marks
This subject is only compulsory for General Cadre Candidates. Technical or Professional Cadre Candidates have no need to appear at this exam of 100 Marks. Hope you understood.
N.B. Another 200 Marks subject related 1st and 2nd part exams are compulsory only for Professional and Technical Cadre candidates. After downloading the BCS Syllabus if you are a candidate of professional or technical cadre then go through your subject related syllabus and prepare yourselves according to that question and marks distribution.
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For Computer and Information Technology I will suggest to download the below given Computer and Information Technology book and hope it will work as a helping hand to take proper preparation for Technology Part.
Actually it is a vast syllabus to complete to get the BCS Job. But If you can choose the subjects intellectually by comparing the previous questions then it would be much more easier for you to be a BCVS Cadre. So to ignoring some topics intellectually is the best and quick option to be a BCS Cadre. Hope you understood. If not then the comments section is always open for you.
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