Thursday, 16 May 2019

Annexure D : Pattern and Syllabus of Examination for Direct Recruitment from Open Market for the posts of MTS / Postman / Mail Guard / Postal Assistant / Sorting Assistant

Annexure D : Pattern and Syllabus of Examination for Direct Recruitment from Open Market for the posts of MTS / Postman / Mail Guard / Postal Assistant / Sorting Assistant


Annexure D  

Pattern and Syllabus of Examination for Direct Recruitment from Open Market 
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I. Pattern of Examination:

SI
No
Description Paper-I Paper-II Paper-III
1 Competitive or Qualifying Competitive Qualifying Qualifying
2 Type of Question Multiple Choice Questions Subjective On Computer
3 Number of Questions As per syllabus As per syllabus
4 Maximum :marks 100 60 40
5 Duration 90 Minute 45 minutes 30 minutes
6 Language of Question Paper Bilingual, i.e. Hindi and English (as well as in Local Language, as published under the provisions of Recruitment Rules, where Hindi is not a local language)
7 Language of Answer Paper Not Applicable as Multiple Choice Questions As per question paper
8 Minimum Qualifying Mark (Subject to reservation policy of Government) (a) For SC/ST - 33% in each Paper
(b) For OBC ·37% in each Paper
(c) For Others -40% in each Paper

II. Criteria for Selection:-

a) Examination for Paper I will be conducted for all candidates. 

b) Candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of performance in Paper I for appearing in Paper II and Paper III Depending upon the number of vacancies, number of candidates to be shortlisted will be between 3 to 5 times the number of vacancies.

c) Only such candidates who qualify in Paper I, Paper II and Paper III separately shall be considered for final selection and their merit shall be drawn in order of marks secured in Paper! only since Paper II and Paper III are only qualifying in nature.

d) The final number of selected candidates shall be equal to the number of vacancy in each category

e) In the event of any vacancy notified for recruitment remains unfilled only due to non·joining of selected candidate, the next candidate in the merit list in the same category shall be considered for appointment. However, appointment of such candidate shall be only on the ground of declining offer of appointment and no wait list or approved panel shall be maintained

II. Syllabus:

PAPER-I (90 Minutes) (Maximum Marks -100)
A. General Awareness/Knowledge

Topics to be covered (4 to 8 questions from each topic):

a) Indian Geography
b) Civics
c) General knowledge
d) Indian culture & freedom struggle
e) Ethics and morale study
30 Questions
B. Basic Arithmetic

Topics to be covered (4 to 8 questions from each topic):

a) BODMAS (brackets, orders, division, multiplication, addition, subtraction)
b) percentage
c) profit and loss
d) simple Interest / compound interest
e) Average
f) Time and work
g) Time and distance
h) Unitary method
40 Questions
C. Reasoning and Analytical Ability

(Both verbal and non verbal types)
(Non verbal/ pictorial reasoning and analytical ability testing is preferred as question has to be bilingual)
30 Question

PAPER-II (45 Minutes) (Maximum marks -60)
Translation from English to local language
Translation from English to local language
Translation English from local language to English Translation English from local language to English
Letter writing in local language (1 to be empted out of 3 options) Letter writing in local language (1 to be attempted out of 3 Questions)
Paragraph/ short essay in local language of 80 to 100 words (1 to be attempted out of 3 options) Paragraph/short essay in local language of 80 to 100 words (1 to be attempted out of 3 options)

PAPER-III (20 Minutes) Maximum marks -40)
Skill test of data entry for 20 minutes on computer on the same day. [Data entry of 2000 key depressions (± 5%)] 40 marks

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