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WBP SI Syllabus: The West Bengal Police Recruitment Board has released the WBP SI Syllabus on the official website. The candidate must go through the syllabus before starting the exam preparation. The syllabus gives an overall idea of the exam. Candidates should prepare each and every topic of the syllabus properly. For more information about WBP SI Syllabus, Download Syllabus PDF, keep reading this article.

WBP SI Syllabus

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WBP SI Syllabus

The syllabus is a course planning tool. By practicing the syllabus properly, candidates can get excellent results in the exam. The detailed syllabus of Sub-Inspector/Lady Sub-Inspector of Police (Unarmed Branch) and Sub-Inspector of Police (Armed Branch) in West Bengal Police are given below.

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WBP Syllabus

Preliminary examination and Paper I of the Final Combined Competitive Examination

(a) General Studies

Questions will be set to test the General Knowledge of candidates in different spheres.

(b) Logical & Analytical Reasoning 

Questions will be set to test the logical and analytical ability of the candidate.

(c) Arithmetic

Questions will be set on the basis of the syllabus of the Madhyamik Examination of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education.

Paper-II: English

a. Drafting of a report from the points or material supplied;
b. Translation from Bengali/Hindi/ Urdu/ Nepali, as the case may be to English,
c. Condensing of a prose passage (summary/precis)
d. Correct use of words, correction of sentences, use of common phrases, synonyms, and antonyms, etc.

Paper-III: Bengali / Hindi /Urdu / Nepali

a. Drafting of a report from the points or material supplied;
b. Translation from English to Bengali and English to Nepali for the candidates who have opted for ‘Bengali’ or ‘Nepali’ respectively, and translation from Hindi/Urdu to Bengali for the candidates who have opted for Hindi or Urdu.

Note: The translation shall be of 20 (twenty) marks.


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