This post helps you to get results in less time. So, it is fair and straightforward to prepare in accordance with the Bpsc syllabus and important topics.

This post contains important topics for the BPSC Civil Services Preliminary Examination, which aims to simplify your preliminary examination.

Important topics of the bpsc civil service exam that I shared here are more helpful in the prelims examinations. If you read these topics carefully your PT result can be 90% easy.

Bpsc syllabus and important topics

Learn these important topics to Creak the CS Exam

If you are preparing for the BPSC Civil Services Examination, then you will know that the BPSC Civil Services Examination is in three phases, whose first phase is the PT exam. Total 150 in this examination from General Studies There are questions which are alternate and you have to do in two hours.

BPSC Syllabus-

BPSC  UPSC,  UPPSC, and Others pcs introduces syllabus before the civil services examination, which gives you information about topics of general study and there are questions from these topics, But there are so many topics in this syllabus that you get into thinking about which topics to do and what to leave.

In the process of thinking, your date of examination is also declared and more than ever before Confucius, which is not right for a candidate. So here are sharing the exact bpsc syllabus and important topics. If you take one or two topics each day in the given topics and prepare important questions related to it, then you can easily pass this exam.

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List of General studies Subjects:-

  • History Geography
  • Indian Polity
  •  Indian Economy
  • Science (physics, chemistry, biology )
  • Math & Reasonings
  • Current affairs and 
  • Regional.

Most important topics subject wise

Here the topics of each general study are being given to different topics that are mandatory to read.


History is one of the most important topics in the BPSC and other examinations because most questions are raised on this topic. In this subject, you have to read the history of three sections of Indian history, Ancient, Mediaeval, and Modern India, But you should only do important topics for all three sections because all the topics are not important.
It is beneficial to do the topics in such a way that every time the questions are asked or there is a high probability of being asked. Here are the different topics of the three sections are given below-

Ancient History of India b

  • Indus / Harappa civilization
  • Vedic civilization
  • Rise of Mahajanapada
  • Jainism
  • Buddhism
  • Magadha Empire
  • Maurya Empire
  • Brahmin empire
  • Gupta period
  • Dynasty of South India (Pallava dynasty, Rashtrakuta, Chola Dynasty )
  • Pal Dynasty.   

Medieval History of India

  • Sultanate period (Delhi Sultanate)
  • Vijayanagara Empire
  • Mughal period
  • Maratha empire  

Modern History of India  

  • Off-line Mughal ruler
  • British rule over Bengal
  • Sikh and Mysore relations of the British
  • Governor-General and their work under East India Company
  • Important Organizations and Institutions
  • Important Revolution of 1857
  • Important movement and revolt related to independence
  • Important Magazines related to Independence
  • Congressional Convention.


Geography is the most interesting part of general studies. The average number of queries related to this topic is not reduced. But for a lot of people, this is not a simple topic, which could be the reason for lack of information. Geography consists of two parts, the first physical geography, and the other human geography, but besides this, you must also know regional geography. Now all this part is to be read in terms of world and India. Important topics on geography topics are given below:-

physical geography

  • The internal structure of the earth 
  • Earthquake 
  • Volcano 
  • Rock 
  • Faulting 
  • Mountain 
  • Rivers (drainage system) 
  • Topography ( built by river, glacier, and wind) 
  • Atmosphere 
  • Air pressure and wind 
  • Cyclone 
  • The World's Leading Climate And classification of Koppen 
  • Oceanic basin (Ridge, Trench, Island, coral reef) 
  • Oceanic streams 
  • Salinity 
  • Tide and ebb 
  • Soil 
  • Environment 
  • Environmental pollution 
  • Ecosystem 
  • Biosphere 
  • Food chain 
  • Vegetation 

Human Geography

  • Population, distribution, and growth 
  • Emigration 
  • World's Major Tribe 
  • Rural and urban settlements 
  • Agriculture and animal husbandry 
  • Mineral wealth production and distribution 
  • World's leading industries and industrial regions 
  • Transportation

Regional geography of the world

In this section, you have to read the physical structure of developed (Japan, USA, Canada, Rusia, South Africa, Australia & European countries )and developing(India and neighboring countries, Brazil, China, etc) countries of the world, major minerals, industry, and important regions, etc.  

Geography of India

India's geography has an important role in the study of the geographical part of a general study in any government exam. So, You must read the geography of India especially. For the geography of India, you have to study Topics of World Geography above (which is applicable) in the context of India.


In this section, you have to read the Indian Constitution and the system of governance, there are some limited topics in this subject, which are more likely to be made in question, The Indian constitution and the system of governance are considered as a simple subject because once you understand the topic of this subject well, you remember it all the time. The main topics in this subject are given below: -
  • History and Sources of Indian Constitution
  • Indian Constituent Assembly
  • introduction
  • Constitutional schedules
  • To paragraph 1-51A
  • Union and state executive, legislative and judiciary
  • Center, State Relations
  • Financial provisions
  • Emergency provision
  • Election commission
  • Constitution Amendment Process and Major Amendments (Amendment - 12th, 18th, 31st, 36th, 42nd, 44th, 52st, 61st, 73th, 74th, 84th, 86th, 91st & 92nd)
  • Panchayati Raj System
  • Important Committees
  • Important Articles (61,74,76,108,110,112,123,124,213,243,280,315,330,331,333,352,356,360,368,370)


Generally, this section contains questions related to Indian financial system, Apart from this, there are some general topics of the Indian economy that you read in geography, due to which you have less subject in this subject.

Traditional questions are less about this subject, In the general study, the main objective of this subject is to know the current economic condition of the country from you.
For this reason, most of the current questions are asked, so you should also read the traditional topics linking to the present. Important topics related to this are given below:-
  • Type of economy  
  • National income
  • Financial system
  • Economic Review (Current year's)
  • Budget
  • Agriculture, production, distribution, and irrigation
  • Poverty
  • Unemployment
  • Industries & Companies (Mini Ratna, Navratna & Maharatna)
  • Major Five Year Plans
  • Major Organizations and Societies (National and international)
  • New economic policy
  • Important Report and rank of India in it
  • Economics terminology 

General Science

In the general study, science is asked in all the examinations. In this subject, you are expected to know the 10th level of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. In these three subjects, you need to take more care about chemistry and biology, why these two parts have more questions. It is advisable to do all the topics given in the book of NCERT VI to X to the important topics of all three parts of science.


Current affairs are the most important section in Bpsc Pt Exam. In this part, questions related to national and internationally important events are asked. Generally, in this part, there is a tradition of asking important events as a question before 6 months of the examination, but you should see current events for up to one year. In this section, you should see the following topics given below: -
  • Major appointments (cabinet, governor, prime ministers and president of major countries)
  • Major awards (Film, Nobel prize, sports awards and other awards)
  • Military practice
  • Investigation committee / commission
  • Conference of National and International Organizations
  • New plans
  • Various reports and location of India in it
  • New science technology        


Except for UPSC, all other PCS such as BPSC, UPPSC are examined in the preliminary examination of that state's regional history, geography, and other regional information.
Candidates, for this reason, you must read the territorial information of the state you give, because that number does not reduce the number of questions.

You do not have to worry too much about this, so many of the one-liner books are available in the market for this before you can study them.

       All the above information is given on the basis of my own experience and some successful friends. The information given can be helpful if you regularly study your success.


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