44th BCS written exam syllabus Marks Distribution Circular 2022, Bangladesh Public Service Commission (PSC) has published the syllabus of the BCS written examination. The syllabus was published on the PSC website on August 26.
The syllabus was last updated on 23 August. A significant change has been made in the new syllabus. In the case of Bangladesh, there will be a question of 200 marks in the examination of 200 and a specific question of 50 marks in the background part of it. There will be a written test of 900 marks in total. Among them are Bangla First Paper (100), Bangla Second Paper (100), English (200), Bangladesh Affairs (200), International Affairs (100), Mathematical Reasoning (50), and Mental Skills (50), General Science and Technology 100 No.
The Liberation War in Bangladesh and its background include the language movement of 1952, the election of 1954, the six-point movement of 196, the mass uprising of 1968-69, the general election of 1970, the non-cooperation movement of 1971, the historic speech of Bangabandhu on March 7, the formation of Mujibnagar government and Its functions, the role of the major powers in the UN, the surrender of the Pakistan Army, the return of Bangabandhu to independent Bangladesh and the withdrawal of the Indian Armed Forces from Bangladesh প্রশ্ন these are the 50 questions that have been specified.
43rd BCS written exam syllabus Marks Distribution Circular 2022
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On August 1, PSC released the preliminary results of the 41st BCS. 21,057 students have passed in this BCS. On 26 November 2019, PSC published the notification of 41st BCS. 2,135 officers will be appointed in different posts. According to the notification, most will be taken in the education cadre. 915 people will be recruited in this cadre. Of these, 905 lecturers will be taken in BCS education and 10 in the technical education department. After education more recruitment will be done in administration cadre. 323 people will be appointed in the administration.
100 people will be taken in police, 110 assistant surgeons in BCS health and 30 assistant dental surgeons. In the 41st BCS, 25 will be recruited from abroad, 23 from Ansar, 25 from the Ministry of Finance, 25 from the post of Assistant Accountant General (Audit and Accounts), 60 from the Assistant Tax Commissioner (Tax), 23 from the Assistant Commissioner (Customs and Excise) and 6 from the Assistant Registrar. In the Department of Statistics and Information Management, 12 Statistical Officers, 4 Assistant Mechanical Engineers, 1 Assistant Traffic Superintendent, 1 Assistant Equipment Controller, 20 Assistant Engineers (Civil) and 3 Assistant Engineers (Mechanical) will be recruited.
22 Assistant Directors or Information Officers or Research Officers of the Ministry of Information, 11 Assistant Directors (Programs), 5 Assistant Message Controllers, 9 Assistant Radio Engineers, 38 Assistant Engineers in BCS Public Health Engineering in the Local Government Department and 20 Assistant Forest Conservators. In the 41st BCS, there are 2 Assistant Postmaster Generals, 15 BCS Fisheries, 8 Livestock, 163 Agricultural Extension Officers and 6 Scientific Officers, and 4 Assistant Controllers of BCS Commerce. There will be 4 Family Planning Officers, 6 Assistant Food Controllers and 2 Assistant Conservation Engineers in BCS Food, 36 Assistant Engineers (Civil) in BCS Public Works and 15 Assistant Engineers (E / M).