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BSF RECRUITMENT EXAM Exam Pattern 

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The selection shall be held in Two phases as under:-
A) FIRST PHASE -
(I) WRITTEN EXAMINATION (OMR BASED SCREENING TEST):-
The written examination of 02 hours duration will be conducted at selected centers on the date and time fixed by HQ DG BSF. In the written examination question paper, there will be 100 questions of 200 marks, divided in following four parts:-

No Subject Marks
Part I Physics
50
Part II Mathematics 50
Part II Chemistry 50
Part IV English & GK 50

Negative Marking:- For a question of 2 marks of multiple-choice based, 0.50 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.

There will be one OMR based composite paper consisting of above mentioned four parts and the question paper will be "OMR BASED OBJECTIVE TYPE WITH
MULTIPLE CHOICES". Question paper will be printed both in English as well as Hindi for each post. The minimum qualifying marks of written test are as under:-
Direct Entry:-
i)    General/OBC    -    38%
ii)    SC/ST        -    33%   

(II) DESCRIPTIVE TEST - The candidates who qualifies OMR based written test will appear in descriptive test. A separate call letter will be issued to all qualified candidates by recruitment centre concerned to attend the descriptive test as well second phase.

FOR ASI/RM CANDIDATES:-
i) A paper of maximum 200 marks covering Physics, Chemistry, Maths & Electronics subject (12th standard/Diploma level)
ii) FOR HC/RO CANDIDATES:-
Candidates will be tested for two categories as per following procedure:-

a) WRITTEN TEST (DESCRIPTIVE PATTERN)
A paper of maximum 100 marks covering Physics, Chemistry & English (12th standard).
b) DICTATION TEST
Dictation test (in English writing) of minimum 100 words - 100 marks
Qualifying marks for the dictation test will be 38% for General/OBC and 33% for SC/ST candidates.

Both above descriptive tests will be mandatory and the final merit will be prepared on the marks obtained in these tests.

Evaluation/marking system of dictation test is as under:-

i. 2.5 Marks will be deducted for each omission/mistake of single letter.
ii. 5 Marks will be deducted for each word mistake/omission.

(Qualifying marks for all these tests viz. Screening and descriptive tests will be 38% for General/OBC and 33% for SC/ST candidates).