Bihar Amin Recruitment 2021: Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB) has announced the exam date for Bihar Amin Recruitment 2021. The CBT exam for Bihar Amin Recruitment 2021 for Environment, Forest & Climate Change is going to be held on August 12, 2021 and CBT Exam for Revenue & Land Reforms is scheduled to take place on August 10-12, 2021. Candidates can download admit card for the CBT exam from July 31, 2021 at bcecebbihar.gov.in. As per the notification, BCEEB has announced 40 vacancies for Bihar Amin (EFCC) and 1767 for Bihar Amin (Anchal Amin, Land Reforms Deputy Collector Office, Land Acquisition Directorate). As of now, the Bihar Amin exam date is not disclosed. Read the article to know all the important aspects related to Bihar Amin Recruitment for the year 2020.
Latest: BCECEB has released the admit card for CBT exam for Bihar Amin Recruitment 2021. Download Here
Bihar Amin Recruitment 2021
It is important that candidates applying for the post of Bihar Amin Recruitment 2021, should be atleast 12th pass or must possess the equivalent qualification. Check the schedule of important events for Bihar Amin Recruitment 2021 from the table below.
Bihar Amin (Under Dept. of Environment, Forest & Climate Change)
|Bihar Amin Recruitment 2021||Important Dates|
|Online registration start date||30 Sep 2020|
|Online registration and application end date||31 Oct 2020|
|Last date to submit the application fee||Online mode – 31 Oct 2020|
Offline mode – 29 Oct 2020
|Edit Application Form||27 Nov – 30 Nov 2020|
|Release of admit card||31 Jul 2021 -09 AUg 2021|
|CBT date||12 Aug 2021|
|Declaration of result||To be announced|
Bihar Amin (Anchal Amin, Land Reforms Deputy Collector Office, Land Acquisition Directorate)
|Bihar Amin Recruitment 2021||Dates|
|Notification out||21 Dec 2019|
|Registrations commence||23 Dec 2019|
|Registrations end||22 Jan 2020|
|Last date to download challan for fee||20 Jan 2020|
|Last date for fee payment (online and offline)||22 Jan 2020|
|Last date to edit application form||11 Jun 2020|
|Admit card releases||31 Jul 2021 – 09 Aug 2021|
10 Aug – 12 Aug 2021
|Declaration of Result||To be announced|
For Multiple Disabled Candidates
|Registrations commence||24 Apr 2020|
|Last date to download challan for fee|
|Last date for fee payment (online and offline)|
Bihar Amin 2021 Admit Card
BCECEB releases admit card only for those candidates whose applications get successfully verified and approved. Bihar Amin Recruitment 2021 admit card is released online on the official website of BCECEB, bceceboard.bihar.gov.in. Candidates can download their admit cards by visiting the website and providing their registration number and date of birth on Admit Card Download portal. Candidates must check all the details on the admit card and report to the nodal officer, in case of a discrepancy. However, the same can be done only upto 4 days before the exam date on a working day between 11:00 AM to 03:00 PM.
Bihar Amin 2021 Exam Pattern
The examination for Bihar Amin Recruitments will be conducted in online mode. Only those candidates who filled the application form online and submitted the application fee, online or offline, before the last date, can appear for the exam. Check the detailed exam pattern here.
Mode of exam: The exam will be computer-based (CBT).
Medium: Candidates can take the exam in Hindi or English language.
Duration of exam: The exam will last for a total duration of 135 minutes (2 hours and 15 minutes).
Type of Questions: The questions will be objective multiple-choice type.
No. of sections: There will be 2 sections in the exam question paper: General Awareness and General Mathematics.
Total questions: There will be 75 questions in the test.
Weightage: The weightage of both sections is as follows:
- General Awareness: 50 marks
- General Mathematics: 25 marks
Marks for correct answer: Each correct answer will add 1 mark to the candidate’s total.
Total Marks: Total weightage of the exam paper is 75 marks.
Syllabus for Bihar Amin 2021 Recruitment
The applicants must go through The syllabus for the recruitment exam consists of following 2 sections: General Awareness and General Mathematics. General Awareness includes the following 4 sub-sections:
- General Knowledge: Indian Republic, Indian Constitution and Political System of India
- Current Affairs and Contemporary topics
- General Science: Physics, Chemistry and Biology
- General Hindi
Candidates can check the complete Bihar Amin Recruitment 2021 Syllabus from our dedicated page.
Bihar Amin (EFCC) Recruitment 2021
BCECEB has recently released a notification announcing 40 vacancies from Bihar Amin (EFCC). Tap on the snapshot of the notiifcation below to get the notificatin.
Bihar Amin 2021 Application Form
The application forms for the exam to be conducted for Bihar Amin Recruitment 2021 releases on the website of Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board. The candidates can fill the application form online before the last date of registration and form filling. Check the brief steps to apply for the recruitment exam below.
Application Fee: Check the application fee amount below.
|General/ EWS/ EBC/ BC (Male)||Rs 700/-|
|General/ EWS/ EBC/ BC (Female)||Rs 700/-|
|SC/ST/ Physically Handicap||Rs 350/-|
The fee payment can be done in following 2 modes:
- Online: Using a debit card, credit card or net-banking.
- Offline (NEFT Challan): Candidates can download and print challan and pay the fee by submitting cash at any bank branch.
Candidates must wait for 24 hours for payment update if the fee is paid by challan. If payment does not get updated post 24 hours, candidates must send the scanned copy of challan to [email protected] before the last date.
Image Specifications: The photograph should be a recent and colored one. The scanned copies of photo, signature and other documents must be uploaded in jpg or pdf format.
Postponement of Bihar Amin Recruitment 2021
BCECEB has postponed the Bihar Amin 2021 (Anchal Amin, Land Reforms Deputy Collector Office, Land Acquisition Directorate) CBT exam. As per the report published in TOI, the reason behind postponing the Bihar Amin Recruitment 2021 was the huge number of applications. The vacancy announced was for 1767 posts, whereas the board received the 5.7 lakh applications. In order to conduct the CBT for Bihar Amin Recruitment 2021, Board has to create a merit list of 20,000 candidates. The merit list of selected candidates will be prepared on the basis of skills and work experience they have.
Candidates are also asked to make the necessary corrections in their application form, in order to avoid any confusion/issue in further stages. Aspirants are also directed to check the documents that they have uploaded. Attached documents should have to be correct and uploaded in the prescribed format. Discrepancy in the submitted application form might lead to severe actions against the applicant.
Eligibility Criteria to Apply
The candidates must ensure the fulfilment of eligibility criteria, prescribed by the board, before filling the application form and appearing for Bihar Amin Recruitment 2021 examination. Check the detailed eligibility criteria here.
Nationality: The applicant must be an Indian citizen.
Educational Qualification: The candidate must have passed intermediate (class 12) or an equivalent examination from a recognized board/institution.
Medical fitness: Candidates need to be mentally and physically fit for the job. They need to produce a Medical Fitness Certificate to prove their eligibility.
Age: The candidates must be minimum 18 years old. Check the upper age limit from the following list:
- General (Male): 37 years
- General (Female): 40 years
- SC/ST (Male and Female): 42 years
- BC/EBC (Male and Female): 40 years
Age relaxations: Check the age relaxations allowed below.
Candidates will be shortlisted for online CBT exam on the basis of their qualifying exam scores and marks allotted to work experience. Candidates equal to 10 times the number of vacancies are shortlisted for the exam. Experienced Amin under state government will get marks for experience out of a total of 25 marks. Each years experience counts for 5 marks.
Bihar Amin 2021 Cut Off
The candidates need to secure the minimum qualifying marks prescribed by the Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board. This cut off percentage varies for different categories. Only the candidates scoring more than the qualifying marks are eligible for inclusion in the merit list. Check the qualifying marks from the table below.
Candidates need to secure the qualifying marks in both the sections individually.
Reservation & Vacancies for Bihar Amin Recruitment 2021
The reservation policy will be as per directions of the Bihar government. Candidates cannot change the category mentioned in the application form, in order to avail benefits of reservation. If the category stated turns out to be false, the candidates will be considered under the general category. Check the complete statistics of reserved seats from the following image.
Vacancies for Bihar Amin (Under Dept. of Environment, Forest & Climate Change)
Vacancues for Bihar amin (Anchal Amin, Land Reforms Deputy Collector Office, Land Acquisition Directorate)
Bihar Amin 2021 Result
The result will be declared after the online exam has been successfully conducted. A merit list will be prepared for the shortlisted candidates on the basis of their exam scores and scores allotted to work experience. The work experience is rounded off as follows: experience of more than 6 months is considered as 1 year and that of less than 6 months is rounded off to 0 years.
Tie-breaker: In case of 2 or more candidates having the same score in CBT exam, a tie-breaking criteria is followed. Ranking will be decided in the following priority order
- Higher marks in Section-A
- Higher marks in Section-B
- Candidate older in age
Counselling Procedure of Bihar Amin
The shortlisted candidates whose names appear in the merit list, published by the board, are invited for an interview round. Such candidates will be notified for the interview schedule and time through the notice published on the board’s website or advertisements in the newspapers. The candidates need to carry their original documents to the counselling centres. During the counselling (interview) process, the candidate’s documents will be verified and cross-checked against the information furnished in the application form.
Documents Required at the time of counselling
- Intermediate (Class 12) admit card, marksheet and certificate
- Class 10 certificate and admit card
- Category certificate
- Character certificate
- Income certificate
- Domicile certificate
- Freedom fighter certificate
- Work experience certificate
- SMQ certificate
- DQ certificate
Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB) was established under Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Act, 1995. It is responsible for the conduct of several competitive examinations in the state of Bihar for recruitments and college admissions in the disciplines of Agriculture, Medicine and Engineering. The list of entrance exam conducted by the board consists of following exams: PGMAC, UGMAC, PGEAC, UGEAC, BCECE, DCECE, ITICAT etc.
|Important Links/Download||Get Here|
|Detailed notification for Bihar Amin EFCC||Download here|
|Official Website||Click Here|
Bihar Amin 2020 Recruitment Frequently Asked Questions
Ans : The date is not yet announced, candidates are advised to keep a close eye on the official website, i.e bceceboard.bihar.gov.in/
Ans : As per the reports, huge number of applications received by the Board was the reason. Board has to select 20,000 applications for CBT, whereas the number of applications received was 5.7 lakhs
Ans : Candidates are advised to check their admit card carefully for all the details. In case of any discrepancy, they should immediately contact the Nodal Officer of Revenue and Land Reforms Department, 04 days before the exam date. Through him/her they should go either to the BCECE office or to the IAS Union Building, located near Patna Airport, Patna, after 11 a.m and before 03 p.m on any working day, to get the corrections done.
Ans : The prospectus says that the form corrections facility will not be provided, but the latest reports says that due to the huge number of applications received, Board has asked candidates to make the corrections, in their forms and uploaded documents.