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SSC

The Estimate Committee of Parliament, in its 47th Report (1967-68), recommended the setting up of a Staff Selection Commission for conducting examinations for recruitment to lower categories of posts.

The Estimate Committee of Parliament, in its 47th Report (1967-68), recommended the setting up of a Staff Selection Commission for conducting examinations for recruitment to lower categories of posts. Subsequently an Examination Wing was initially added to the Secretariat Training School, renamed as the Institute of Secretariat Training and Management (ISTM). In pursuance of the recommendations made by the Administration Reforms Commission (ARC), the Government of India decided to constitute a Subordinate Services Commission under an Executive Resolution. The Subordinate Services Commission was established under Government of India in the year 1975. It was renamed as Staff Selection Commission. The Staff Selection Commission makes recruitment to non-technical group ‘C’ and group ‘B’ non gazetted posts in Ministries/ Departments, the attached and subordinate offices of the Government of India and the C.A.G and the offices of the Accountant General.

SSC COMBINED GRADUATE LEVEL PRELIMS EXAM

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts the Combined Graduate Prelims Exam once a year for selection of candidates for the main Examination.

THIS EXAMINATION IS CONDUCTED FOR RECRUITMENT TO VARIOUS SUBORDINATE SERVICES LIKE

(A) Assistants in Ministries/Departments, Attached and Subordinate office of the Govt. of India.

(B) Inspectors of Central Excise & Customs.

(C) Inspectors of Income Tax.

(D) Preventive Officers in Customs.

(E) Examiner in Customs.

(F) Sub-Inspectors in Central Bureau of Narcotics & CBI.

(G) Assistant Enforcement Officer in Directorate of Enforcement, Department of Revenue.

(H) Divisional Accountant, Jr. Accountant, Auditor & UDCs in various offices of Govt. of India.

(I) Auditor Offices under C&AG, CGDA ,CGA & others.

(J) Accountant/ Junior Accountant.

(K) Tax Assistant in CBDT and CBEC.

(L) Compiler in Registrar General of India.

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BANK PO

To work as a manager in the banking industry, the first stepping stone is becoming a Probationary Officer (PO). A PO starts as a trainee officer in the Junior Management Grade Scale (JMGS) of the bank

To work as a manager in the banking industry, the first stepping stone is becoming a Probationary Officer (PO). A PO starts as a trainee officer in the Junior Management Grade Scale (JMGS) of the bank and can rise to the highest levels, becoming a General Manager, an Executive Director or even the Chairman of the Bank. Various nationalized and Private banks conduct their own PO exams to recruit candidates. While different banks may have their own eligibility and selection criteria, the broad prescribed format is as listed below.

PSBs – CWE PO/MT-V and CWE CLERK-V

The Common Written Examination, conducted by the IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel selection), is one of the most important exams for those who seek a career in banks in India. The CWE is the first step in the recruitment process for Management Trainees, Bank Probationary Officers, Specialist officers and Clerks for 19 Public Sector banks and Regional Rural banks. The participating banks (in the CWE) include premier banks like Bank of Baroda, Corporation Bank, Union Bank of India, etc.. It has been decided by the competent authority to hold two-tier examinations for recruitment of PO/MT and Clerks from CWE-V onwards i.e(TIER I and TIER II). All the candidates who successfully register themselves under CWE PO/MT-V and CWE CLERK-V will be called for Preliminary Examinations. Based on the performance in the preliminary examination, certain number of candidates will be shortlisted for each of these examinations. The short listed candidates will then be called for Main Examinations. There will be fewer number of questions in the Preliminary Examination with shorter duration. The details with regard to both the Preliminary and Main examinations will be made available on IBPS website through the detailed notifications in due course. The marks obtained in the Preliminary examination will not be considered for preparing the final merit list and the marks obtained in the Main Examination will only be considered for short listing for interview.

Process of Registration

The registration process will be through online mode only and there will be a single registration for both Preliminary and Main examination, wherever applicable. Mode of Payment Mode of payment of fees/intimation charges will be only online and the channels for online.

Eligibility

Any graduate within the age group of 21 to 30 years is eligible for the CWE. For candidates from reserved categories, relaxation in the upper age limit is available.

Written Test Pattern

This 2-hour test consists of 200 questions (1 mark per question, 1/4th negative marking for wrong answers) – 50 from Reasoning, 50 from Quantitative Aptitude, 40 from English Language, 40 from General Awareness and 20 from Computer Knowledge. Selection Process

Selection Process

All candidates who aspire for bank PO posts need to appear for the CWE (PO/MT) and secure the minimum qualifying marks (or higher) in order to get their scorecards. After getting their scorecards, candidates must apply to the various banks that they are interested in. Each bank may then conduct further selection processes, such as Group Discussion, Interviews, etc., separately.

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IBPS

IBPS department set up this Clerical post exam in these steps CWE (pre & Mains)then final Interview.IBPS department set up this Clerical post exam in these steps CWE..

IBPS Clerk Syllabus Details

IBPS department set up this Clerical post exam in these steps CWE (pre & Mains)then final Interview. Those candidates successfully qualified in Common written exam of IBPS Clerk they are shortlisted for next level means Interview. Beforechecking the Details of IBPS Clerk Exam syllabus participant’s must needto check IBPS Clerk V Exam Pattern.and Download Syllabus Pdf of IBPS Clerk Exam.

IBPSClerk Preliminary Exam

IBPSClerk Pre paper contains only three papers Reasoning , Quantitative and EnglishLanguage with a time duration of 01 hours those candidates clear in itqualify for mains exam.

Sr No.

Test Name

Qns.

Marks

Duration

1

Reasoning Ability Paper

35

35

01 hour

2

Quantitative Aptitude Paper

35

35

3

English Language Paper

30

30


 Total

100

100


IBPS Clerk Mains Exam

IBPSClerk CWE Mains Exam PatternBasically Common written exam for Clerical cadre have 200 Objective typequestions this IBPS Clerks CWE (IBPS Clerk syllabus) Contains 5 sectionsReasoning , English Language , Numerical Ability Test , General Awareness Test& Computer Knowledge. Both Sections have same marks with a time duration of02 hours and Negative marking is also applicable with effect of 0.25 marks forevery wrong answer.

Sr.No.

(Objective) Test Name

Marks

Duration

1

Reasoning Test

40

2 hours

2

English Language Test

40

3

Numerical Ability Test

40

4

General Awareness Test

40

5

Computer Knowledge Test

40


Total

200


IBPS Syllabus in details

IBPS Clerk Reasoning Syllabus

First Sections covers all logical reasoning questionswhich have forming judgments, conclusions from premises or facts. allquestions in Reasoning “Syllabus of IBPS Clerk Exam” isbased on Verbal Reasoning & Non Verbal Reasoning.

IBPS Clerk English Syllabus

IBPS Clerk syllabus second section is important for all participants.Selection committee wants are going to have a post of Clerk in bank must have basicknowledge of English Language which is a International common language. itcovers vocabulary means homonyms, synonyms,antonyms, sentence completion, word formation and the topic comprehension meansderiving conclusion, theme detection, passage completion and the topicRearrangement of passage, spelling, sentence and the topic grammar means set ofrules active passive voice, indirect direct speech and the topic General usagemeans phrases and idioms.

IBPS Clerk Numerical AbilitySyllabus

IBPS Clerk Syllabus for Numerical abilityOR Quantitative Aptitude paper will have 5 Multiple ChoiceAnswers The inquiry in this choice may be focused around two subjects likeas Arithmetic and Data Interpretation. Information (Data) Interpretationmeans visual diagrams, pie outlines, line charts and classification. Number-crunching(Arithmetic) means roots, average, ratio, time & work, time &separation, rate, benefit & loss, mixture, stocks& shares, partnership, clocks, volume & surface area, height& distances, logarithms, permutation & combination, simple &compound interest, in equations & equations and probability. Check IBPSSyllabus of Clerk Exam given below.

IBPS Clerk General AwarenessSyllabus

IBPS Clerk syllabus for General knowledge Syllabus of IBPSClerk Exam covers all about the Current Affairs and specially reference tobanking Industry. and the topics are from Indian Economy, InternationalEconomy, UNO, Marketing, Awards & Honors Sports, Finance,Agriculture etc. History of Banking, Social Function of Banks , currentaffairs of last 6 months, countries / currencies, Books & TheirAuthors, Banking Terms

IBPS Clerk Computer Syllabus

Computer Knowledge OR Computer Awareness. “IBPS Syllabus of Clerk CWE” forComputer paper is covers two section hardware & software. Althoughparticipants must have basic knowledge of computer. Must have skill to operatea computer as office purpose known about , MS Office, MS Word, MS Excel, MS Power Point, Windows,internet. Check IBPS Clerk Syllabus for Computer section in details via givenlink below.

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DSSSB

Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board (DSSSB) hasreleased notification for the recruitment of 1463 Scientific Assistant, Laboratory Assistant, Section Officer, Assistant Foreman

DSSSBRecruitment 2015 – Apply Online for 1463 Grade-IV, Warder & Other Posts

Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board (DSSSB) hasreleased notification for the recruitment of 1463 Scientific Assistant,Laboratory Assistant, Section Officer, Assistant Foreman, Jr Clerk, JuniorEngineer, Data Entry Operator, Fireman, Grade-IV (DASS), Warder, Matron, MotorVehicle Inspector and other vacancies under various departments of Govt of NCTof Delhi and its autonomous bodies.Other details like age limit, educationalqualification, selection process.

EducationalQualification

Candidates should possess threeyears Diploma in Automobile/ Mechanical Engineering for post 18, Degree forpost 25, Diploma in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering/ or its equivalentfor post 30, Matriculation with National Trade Certificate in Draftsmanship(Civil) for post 32, Matric pass for post 56, 12th Class or equivalentqualification with a typing speed of 35 w.p.m. in English or 30 w.p.m. in Hindion computer for post 61, 10+2 (Senior Secondary pass) for post 62 with relevantexperience.

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CTET

Paramount Achievers is a professional job competition institute offering the best quality and customized coaching for Central Teacher Eligibility Test(CTET)

Paramount Achievers is a professional job competition institute offering the best quality and customized coaching for Central Teacher Eligibility Test(CTET) and State Level Teacher Eligibility Test . The state of art coaching institute, with strategic location – Delhi, has qualified pedagogy that can address specific concerns of the aspirants of job competitive exam.

CTET Syllabus

CTET Paper – I (I – V) syllabus and exams pattern

  • 1.Child Development Pedagogy – 30Marks
  • 2.English Language – 30 Marks
  • 3.Hindi Langugage – 30 Marks
  • 4.Environmental Studies – 30 Marks
  • 5.Mathematics – 30 Marks
  • Note---- Every subject contains 50%pedagogy*

CTET Paper – II (VI – VIII) SSTGroup paper 2 syllabus

  • 1.Child Development Pedagogy – 30Marks
  • 2.English Language – 30 Marks
  • 3.Hindi Langugage – 30 Marks
  • 4. Social Studies – 60 Marks

CTET Paper – II (VI – VIII) Science and maths syllabus and exams pattern

  • 1.Child Development Pedagogy – 30Marks
  • 2.English Language – 30 Marks
  • 3.Hindi Langugage – 30 Marks
  • 4.Science – 30 Marks
  • 5.Mathematics – 30 Marks

Student Management System (SMS): An online DEDICATED PLATFORM dashboard that provides updated course schedules, exam notifications, daily news updates, and much more.

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POLITECHNIC ENTRANCE

The Department of Training and Technical Education, Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi, in its endeavour to provide technical manpower suited to varied needs of industry...

The Department of Training and Technical Education, Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi, in its endeavour to provide technical manpower suited to varied needs of industry, imparts technical education and technological skills through various courses of study of different levels. Full-time Diploma Courses in Engineering / Technology, Occupational and ITI/Secretarial / Management based disciplines are offered at different AICTE approved Government Polytechnics, Privately Managed Polytechnics and Government Aided Institutions affiliated to the Board of Technical Education, Delhi.

The Department of Training & Technical Education plans to admit students to first semester/ first year for the academic session 2015-16 for various Full-time Diploma programmes (Engineering and non-Engineering)being offered at Institutes affiliated to the Board of Technical Education (BTE), Delhi, through the Common Entrance Test (CET- 2015). Controller of CET 2015, on behalf of Delhi Knowledge Development Foundation,under Department of Training & Technical Education shall conduct the Common Entrance Test (CET-2015)and shall announce the centers where the tests shall be held.

CET-2015 will also be available for lateral entry of candidates passing out from CBSE 10+2 (Vocational Engineering Stream) from Schools located in Delhi & those from Industrial Training institutions located in Delhi& affiliated to SCVT / NCVT. These students will be eligible for admission to Second Year/Third Semester of Full-Time Diploma Engineering courses in analogous disciplines against 10% supernumerary seats earmarked for them subject to regulations or guidelines issued by the AICTE or the Government of NCT ofDelhi. However, ITI pass outs of trades for which the entry level qualification for admission to ITI is 8th pass or the duration of ITI trade is less than TWO year shall not be considered for lateral entry.

TEST- 1: Class 10th based (For Engineering/Technology based Diploma Courses & Occupational Courses) (For candidates applying for Diploma Courses in Architectural Assistantship, Art for Drawing Teacher, Automobile Engineering, Cosmetology and Health, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering (Construction Technology), Civil Engineering (Public Health & Environmental Engineering), Computer Engineering, Commercial Art/Applied Art, Electrical Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Electronics Engineering (Digital Electronics), Electronics Engineering (Medical Electronics), Fashion Design, Garment Fabrication Technology, Information Technology Enabled Services and Management, Instrumentation & Control, Interior Design, Library & Information Science, Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering (Maintenance Engineering), Medical Laboratory Technology, Polymer Technology, Printing Technology, Production Engineering, Textile Design, Tool & Die Making.)

TEST- 2: Class 12th based (All streams except Vocational Stream) (For candidates applying for Diploma Course in Modern Office Practice–English)

TEST- 3: Class 12th based (All streams except Vocational Stream) (For candidates applying for Diploma Course in Modern Office Practice–Hindi)

TEST- 4: Class 12th based (Science Stream) – For candidates applying for Diploma in Pharmacy Course (Excluding the candidates appeared/passed through National Institute of Open Schooling)

TEST- 5: (For Lateral Entry) (10+2 Vocational Engineering Stream & ITI Pass outs from Schools/ITIs located in Delhi for admission to analogous Engineering Diploma Courses against 10% Supernumerary Seats.)

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NDA

NDA (National Defence Academy) Entrance Exam is conducted two times every year between the month of September to October and January to April by UPSC (Union Public Service Commission)..

NDA (National Defence Academy) Entrance Exam is conducted two times every year between the month of September to October and January to April by UPSC (Union Public Service Commission), New Delhi for unmarried Indian male Citizen whose age is between 16½ to 19 years & passed 12th Board Exam, (10+2) Pattern. For latest updates, candidates who are looking to apply for NDA Entrance Exam should visit UPSC website http://www.upsc.gov.in/ .

Summary of Eligibility Criteria for NDA :

Age between 16 ½ to 19 Years as of first day of the month in which course is due to commence
Qualification 12th Class (10+2) with Physics and Mathematics for Air Force/Navy & 12th Class (10+2) for Army
Marital Status Unmarried
Application to be received by As per UPSC notification
Period September to October and January to April

UPSC Program for NDA Examination

Date of Notification Last date for receipt of application Date of commencement of exam Duration of exam
21.12.2013 20.01.2014 (Monday) 20.04.2014 (Sunday) 1 Day
To apply online visit : http://upsconline.nic.in/

NDA Exam Pattern

aper Marks Time
Mathematics 300 Marks 2½ Hours
General Ability Test 600 Marks
Part :A (English) – 200 Marks
Part :B (General Knowledge) – 400 Marks

Physics 100 Marks
Chemistry 60 Marks
General Science 40 Marks
History 80 Marks
Geography 80 Marks
Current Affairs 40 Marks
2½ Hours
Note : There is a provision of negative marking for each wrong ans
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CDS

Combined Defence Service exam is conducted by UPSC twice every year for recruitment to office cadre of the Army, Navy and Air force.

Combined Defence Service exam is conducted by UPSC twice every year for recruitment to office cadre of the Army, Navy and Air force. CDS exam is conducted generally in the months of May and October.

Educational Qualifications

For IMA /OTA: A degree from a recognized University or equivalent.
For Naval Academy: B.Sc. with Physics and/or Mathematics or Bachelor of Engineering.
For Air Force Academy: B.Sc. of a recognized University or equivalent with Physics and/or Mathematics as subjects or Bachelor of Engineering.

Age

For IMA: Unmarried male candidates between 19-24 years on 1st January or 1st July of the year succeeding the year of examination.
For Naval Academy: Unmarried male candidates between 19-22 years on 1st January or 1st July of the year succeeding; the year of examination.
For Air Force Academy: Unmarried male candidates between 19-23 years on 1st January or 1st July of the year succeeding the year of examination.
For Officers Training Academy: Male candidates (married or unmarried) between 19-25 years on 1st January or 1st July of the year succeeding the year of examination.

Application

Blank application forms and other particulars are published byUPSC in leading newspapers and Employment News in the month of May/June and November/December. A candidate seeking admission must apply to The Secretary, UPSC, New Delhi on prescribed application form. The application forms are available on paymentof the requisite amount from any of the designated post office throughout the country. The examination is held in over 40 centres spread all of the country.

Examination

Plan of the Examination: The examination comprises:
(a) Written Examination
(b) Interview for intelligence and personality test of such candidates as may be called forinterview at one of the Services Selection Centers

Examination Subjects

The following will be subjects for the written examination (each of 2 hours duration):

(a) For admission to Indian Military Academy, Naval Academy and Air Force Academy:

English – This paper tests the understanding of the English language.
General Knowledge – This tests the general knowledge, current events, history of India, geography of nature and other matters of everyday observation.
Elementary Mathematics – This paper covers arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and statistics.

(b) For Admission to Officers Training Academy (OTA)

English – This paper tests the understanding of the English language.
General Knowledge – This tests the general knowledge, current events, history of India, geography of nature and other matters of everyday observation.

Note

(i) The papers in all subjects will consist of OBJECTIVE-TYPE (Multiple-Choice questions only). The question papers will be set in English only.
(ii) Each paper will be of 2 hours duration and will carry 100 marks.

Standard of Examination

The standard of the paper in Elementary Mathematics will be of the Matriculation Examination. The standard of papers in other subjects will approximately be such as may be expected of a graduate of an Indian University.

Group test

Group Test is conducted in batches of 8-10 candidates. The test consists of group planning, group discussion, outdoor group tasks. The candidates are asked to take lectures on certain topics.

Physical Standards

Candidates recommended by the Services Selection Board must undergo a medical examination by the Board of Service Medical Officers, and are allowed to go for the training programs only after being declared fit by the medical board.

Interview and Special Tests

Those who qualify the written test, undergo interview and a series of intelligence and personality tests. The tests, both verbal and non-verbal, are designed not only to judge the mental caliber of the candidate but also to assess his social traits and interest in current affairs.

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DELHI POLICE

The Delhi Police head constable ministerial recruitmentexamination is a written test. The written exam consist total 100 marks; youhave to complete all...

The Delhi Police head constable ministerial recruitmentexamination is a written test. The written exam consist total 100 marks; youhave to complete all the answer in 1 hour and 30 minutes. The question paperwill be of objective type. The syllabus is as following:

General Knowledge (Total 25 questions having 25 marks)

Arithmetic (Total 25 questions having 25 marks)

Reasoning (Total 25 questions having 25 marks)

English (Total 25 questions having 25 marks)

The Department of Police (DoP), also known as Delhi Police, is the main law and order agency for the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT). It does not have jurisdiction over the adjoining areas of the National Capital Region. Vast career opportunities are available in Delhi Police at various levels. Some of the important recruitments are the following:

(i) Constable
(ii)Ministerial Cadre
(iii)Sub-Inspector
(vi)Assistant Commissioner of Police

Recruitment of Constables (Male & Female) in Delhi Police is done by a Recruitment Board appointed by Commissioner of Police. Candidates from all parts of country are eligible for recruitment. The vacancies are notified in the concerned Employment Exchange of Delhi and Central Employment Exchange on all India Basis. Besides, vacancies are also advertised in News Papers/Rozgar Samachar inviting application for open competition. The applicants are required to appear for Physical Examination, Written Test and Interview.

Direct Recruitment to the Ministerial Cadre is made only in the rank of Head Constable (Ministerial) and of Stenographers in the rank of Assistant Sub-Inspector. Competitive examination for this purpose is held for which candidates from open competition as well as from the department are eligible. Vacancies are also advertised in News Papers/Rozgar Samachar.

For Sub-Inspectors Staff Selection Commission places advertisements from time to time.

For Assistant Commissioner of Police the entire process is conducted and carried out by the Union Public Service Commission and candidates are selected through Civil Services Examination.

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LIC

The applicants should have passed the Paper CT1 & CT5 plus 4 conducted by the Institute of Actuaries as per the Actuarial Society of India, London.

Recruitment Details for the LIC Recruitment

Offered Job Post: Assistant Administrative Officers

Total Vacant Posts: 30 (SC: 04; ST: 02; OBC: 08; General: 16)

Total Emoluments: HRA + CCA + Gratuity+ LTC + Medical Benefits +Group Contributory Pension + Group Linked Insurance + Group Personal Accident Insurance +Group Insurance + Defined Contributory Pension.

Details of Eligibility:

The applicants should have passed the Paper CT1 & CT5 plus 4 conducted by the Institute of Actuaries as per the Actuarial Society of India, London. The candidates who have passed the course with 6 or more papers as prescribed for this purpose on 1st March 2014 will be considered as eligible for this post.

Age Regulations:

The candidates should be at least 21 years with effect from 1st March 2014 while the maximum age of all the candidates should not exceed 30 years for the concerned post.

Manner of Selection:

The candidates will be required to qualify in an online written test scheduled to be held on 11th May 2014 for all the candidates. This will be followed by the Personality Test /Interview held for all the written qualified candidates. The final selections will be made only after the candidates pass the Pre Recruitment Medical Exam held subsequently after the Interview rounds.

The candidates will be initially kept on probation for a period of one year which can be extended at the choice of the selection authority and the performance of the applicants.

Centres of Exam:

Central Zone- Bhopal, East Zone- Kolkata/ Greater Kolkata, Central Patna, North Zone- Delhi/ NCR, Central Kanpur, South Zone- Chennai, Central Hyderabad, Rangareddy, West Zone: Mumbai, Greater Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane respectively.

Click here for LIC Recruitment Application form Details

Applying Procedure:

The candidates should apply online at the website licindia.in under the Careers section of the concerned website.