BSF Exam Pattern 2022 Constable, Head Constable, Tradesman, ASI PDF

BSF Exam Pattern

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Constable Test Pattern
  • The test pattern for the Border Security Force Constable recruitment is available here for the guidance of the candidates. The Test will be of Objective Type consisting of Multiple choice Questions. The Test pattern is tabulated on this page.
  • It is an objective based written test consisting of multiple choice questions.
  • The Question paper will be consisting of 100 Questions for 100 Marks.
  • The BSF Constable Test paper will be set in tnlngual in English, Hindi and Regional Language etc.x
S. No
Test Type
Subject Name
Total Marks
Total Questions
Objective Type
General Awareness
2 Hours
General Knowledge
ASI Exam Pattern
  • The Recruitment process consists of Two Phases.
  • The First Phase consists of OMR Based Screening Test & Descriptive Written Test.
  • The Second Phase consists of PST, PET, Documentation & Final Medical.

First Phase:
  • OMR Based Screening Test
  • Descriptive Written Test
  • For ASI (RM): Candidates who qualify descriptive test will attend 2nd Phase.
  • For HC (RO): Candidates must qualify descriptive test as well as dictation test during this phase.

First Phase OMR Based Screening Test Written Exam Pattern:
  • There will be One OMR Based Objective Type Paper with 100 Questions for 200 Marks.
  • Each question carries 2 Marks & there is negative marking of 0.50 Marks for every wrong answer.
  • The duration of the exam is 2 Hours.
  • The question paper will be printed both in Hindi & English.
  • The written exam is divided in to Four Parts as follows:

Part I
50 Marks
2 Hours
Part II
50 Marks
Part III
50 Marks
Part IV
English & GK
50 Marks
The Minimum Qualifying Marks of Written Test are as under:-
  • General /OBC – 38%
  • SC/ST – 33%

Descriptive Test Pattern: Candidates who qualify in the Objective Type Written Test will have to appear for the Descriptive Test.

For ASI/RM Candidates: A Paper of Maximum 200 Marks covering Physics, Chemistry, Maths & Electronics Subject (12th Standard/Dipoma Level).
Physics, Chemistry, Math & Electronics
200 Marks
For HC/RO Candidates: Candidates will be tested for two categories as per the following procedure:

Written Test (Descriptive Pattern): A Paper of Maximum 100 Marks covering Physics, Chemistry & English. (12th Standard).

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 & 33% for SC/ST Candidates 
  • Both the descriptive tests are mandatory & 2.5 Marks will be deducted for each omission/mistake of single letter.
  • 5 Marks will be deducted for each word mistake/omission.

Second Phase: The Second Phase will start from soon Onwards (PST, PET, Documentation, & Final Medical).

Final Result: Final Result will be prepared for the ASI(RM) & HC(RO) in the following manner:
Total Marks obtained in descriptive test out of 200 Marks
Total Marks obtained in descriptive test and dictation tests out of total marks(100+100) respectively

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