WBPSC Food SI Syllabus: The West Bengal Public Service Commission will be organizing the PSC Food Sub Inspector Recruitment 2023. So here, you can download the WBPSC Food Supply Sub Inspector Job Exam Syllabus 2023. We know lots of Aspirants are looking for Sub Inspector of Food Exam Syllabus.
WBPSC Food SI Exam Syllabus 2023: Overview
|Hiring By||West Bengal Public Services Commission (WBPSC)|
|Job Role||Food Sub-Inspector (SI)|
|Exam||WBPSC Food SI Exam 2023|
|Job Category||West Bengal Government Jobs|
|Job Location||West Bengal|
WBPSC Food SI Exam Pattern:
- Type of Questions: MCQ
- Total Marks: 100 marks
- Time: 1.5 hours (90 minutes).
- Negative Marking: 1/3 mark deducted for every wrong answer
|Subjects Details||Total Question||Mark||Duration|
|General Studies||50||50||90 minutes|
Note: The interview will count for 20 marks.
Scheme of Examination
A. Written Examination
- One paper on General Studies and Arithmetic
- Total marks: 100 (50 marks each)
- Duration: 1½ hours
- Multiple-choice objective-type questions
B. Personality Test
- Full marks: 20
- Only a limited number of candidates will be called for the personality test, based on their merit in the written exam
- Final merit list will be prepared based on the total marks obtained in the written exam and the personality test
Syllabus of the Written Examination
- General Studies: Matters of common experience including every day science, current events and problems with special reference to India, elementary knowledge of Indian History and Indian Geography.
- Arithmetic: Questions will be set on the basis of the syllabus of the Madhyamik Examinations of the W.B.B.S.E. with mental ability.
In simpler terms:
The exam consists of two parts:
- Written exam: This exam is 1½ hours long and has 100 marks. It consists of two papers: General Studies and Arithmetic. Each paper is worth 50 marks. The questions are multiple choice objective type.
- Personality test: This test is worth 20 marks and only a limited number of candidates are called for it, based on their merit in the written exam.
The syllabus for the written exam is as follows:
- General Studies: This paper covers a wide range of topics, including current events, Indian history and geography, and everyday science.
- Arithmetic: This paper covers the syllabus of the Madhyamik examination of the W.B.B.S.E., as well as mental ability questions.