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Delhi University Junior Assistant Syllabus 2021

Delhi University Junior Assistant Syllabus 2021 DU Exam Pattern
Delhi University Junior Assistant Syllabus 2021 DU Exam Pattern

About Recruitment :

Delhi University has Recently Announced and Invited the Online Applications from the Eligible Candidates for the Non Teaching Posts. The total number of Vacancies for these Posts were 1145. Many Interested and Eligible Candidates applied for these Posts online. The Process of Submission of Online Applications for these Posts was commenced from 23nd February 2021 and Last Date to Apply for these Posts was 16th March 2021. Check the other details from below.

Origination Name Delhi University
Name of Post Non Teaching
No. of Vacancy 1145
Selection Process Computer Based Tests
Exam Date
Application Submission Start Date 23nd February 2021
Last Date to Apply Online 16th March 2021

About Exam :

Delhi University will soon conduct the Written Exam for the Posts of Non Teaching Posts. Candidates who applied for these Posts are now waiting for the Exam Dates, so that they can prepare for this exam. There are many candidates who are Searching and Enquiring about the Exam Dates from the Various Sources. Exam Dates will be release soon on the official website of Delhi University.

Nowadays Competition Level become very high so Competitive Exams gets too tougher. Candidates facing critical problem of “What to prepare” and “How to prepare” to give their best in their exams. So, here we are providing the latest Syllabus & Exam Pattern.

Selection Process :

  • Computer Based Tests.

Exam Pattern & Syllabus :

Exam Pattern for the Written Exam is as Follows :

MEDICAL OFFICER

Exam Scheme :

Part – I Computer Based Examination in two papers (Paper I and Paper II) Max. marks allowed: 500    marks    (250    marks each)
Part-II Personality Test Max. marks allowed: 100 marks
Total Marks 600 marks

Paper – I Syllabus –

  • General Medicine including the following:
    • Cardiology
    • Respiratory diseases
    • Gastro-intestinal
    • Genito-Urinary
    • Neurology
    • Hematology
    • Endocrinology
    • Metabolic disorders
    • Infections/Communicable Diseases
      • Virus
      • Rickets
      • Bacterial
      • Spirochetal
      • Protozoan
      • Metazoan
      • Fungus
      • Nutrition/
      • Growth
  • Diseases of the skin (Dermatology)
  • Musculoskelatal System
  • Psychiatry
  • General
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Common Poisoning
  • Snake bite
  • Tropical Medicine
  • Critical Care Medicine
  • Emphasis on medical procedures 12
  • Patho physiological basis of diseases
  • Vaccines preventable diseases and Non vaccines preventable diseases
  • Vitamin deficiency diseases
  • In psychiatry include – Depression, psychosis, anxiety, bipolar diseases and Schizoprenia.

(b)   Paediatrics including the following:-

  • Common childhood emergencies,
    • Basic new born care,
    • Normal developmental milestones,
    • Accidents and poisonings in children,
    • Birth defects and counseling including autism,
    • Immunization in children,
    • Recognizing children with special needs and management, and
    • National programs related to child health.

Paper – II

  • Surgery   (Surgery    including    ENT,   Ophthalmology,    Traumatology    and Orthopaedics)
    • General Surgery
      • Wounds
      • Infections
      • Tumours
      • Lymphatic
      • Blood vessels
      • Cysts/sinuses
      • Head and neck
      • Breast
      • Alimentary tract
        • Oesophagus
        • Stomach
        • Intestines
        • Anus
  • Developmental
    • Liver, Bile, Pancreas
    • Spleen
    • Peritoneum
    • Abdominal wall
    • Abdominal injuries
  • Urological Surgery
    • Neuro Surgery
    • Otorhinolaryngology E.N.T.
    • Thoracic surgery
    • Orthopedic surgery
    • Ophthalmology
    • Anesthesiology
    • Traumatology
    • Diagnosis and management of common surgical ailments
    • Pre-operative and post operative care of surgical patients
    • Medicolegal and ethical issues of surgery
    • Wound healing
    • Fluid and electrolyte management in surgery
    • Shock patho-physiology and management.

(a) GYNAECOLOGY & OBSTETRICS

  • OBSTETRICSAnte-natal conditionsIntra-natal conditionsPost-natal conditionsManagement of normal labours or complicated labour

(II)    GYNAECOLOGY

  1. Questions on applied anatomy
    1. Questions on applied physiology of menstruation and fertilization
    1. Questions on infections in genital tract
    1. Questions on neoplasma in the genital tract
    1. Questions on displacement of the uterus
    1. Normal delivery and safe delivery practices
    1. High risk pregnancy and management
    1. Abortions
    1. Intra Uterine growth retardation
    1. Medicolegal examination in obgy and Gynae including Rape.

(III)  FAMILY PLANNING

  1. Conventional contraceptives
    1. U.D. and oral pills
    1. Operative procedure, sterilization and organization of programs in the urban and rural surroundings
    1. Medical Termination of Pregnancy

(b) PREVENTIVE SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY MEDICINE

  1. Social and Community Medicine
  2. Concept of Health, Disease and Preventive Medicine III Health Administration and Planning
  1. General Epidemiology
  2. Demography and Health Statistics VI Communicable Diseases

VII      Environmental Health VIII Nutrition and Health

IX        Non-communicable diseases X Occupational Health

XI        Genetics and Health XII International Health

XIII     Medical Sociology and Health Education XIV Maternal and Child Health

  • National Programs
  • Management of common health problems XVII  Ability to monitor national health programs XVIII Knowledge of maternal and child wellness

XIX  Ability to recognize, investigate, report, plan and manage community health problems including malnutrition and emergencies.

PERSONALITY TEST

Candidates who qualify in the written examination will be called for Interview/ Personality Test. The Interview/ Personality Test will carry 100 marks. The Interview for Personality Test will be intended to serve as a supplement to the examination for testing the General Knowledge and ability of the candidates in the fields of their academic study and also in the nature of a personality test to assess the candidate‟s intellectual curiosity, critical powers of assimilation, balance of judgement and alertness of mind, ability for social cohesion, integrity of character, initiative and capability for leadership.

ASSISTANT REGISTRAR

Exam Pattern :

Written Test Interview/

Personality Test

MCQ Type

(150 questions) Paper I

Time:2 hours* Max. marks allowed: 150 marks Max. marks allowed:150 marks
Descriptive Type

Paper II

Time: 2 hours* Max. marks Allowed: 150 marks
Total Marks (150 + 150 + 150) 450 marks

Paper I: Test of General Studies (MCQ Type)

Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s General Studies viz., General Science, current events of national and international importance, History of India and Indian National Movement, Indian and World Geography, Indian Polity & Economy, General Mental Ability.

Questions on General Science will cover general appreciation and understanding of science including matters of everyday observation and experience, as may be expected of a well-educated person who has not made a special study of any particular scientific discipline.

In Current Events, knowledge of significant national and international events will be tested.

In History of India, emphasis will be on broad general understanding of the subject in its social, economic and political aspects.

Questions on the Indian National Movement will relate to the nature and character of the nineteenth century resurgence, growth of nationalism and attainment of Independence.

In Geography, emphasis will be on Geography of India. Questions on the Geography of India will relate to physical, social and economic Geography of the country, including the main features of Indian agricultural and natural resources.

Questions on Indian Polity and Economy will test knowledge of the country‟s political system and Constitution of India, Panchayati Raj, Social systems and economic developments in India.

On General Mental Ability, the candidates will be tested on reasoning and analytical abilities.

Paper – II

  • The questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s knowledge and awareness on higher education system in India, its regulatory bodies and recent developments in the field, basic concepts and principles of Public Administration including Organization, Hierarchy, Unity of command, Span of control, Authority and Responsibility, Co-ordination, Centralization and Decentralization, Delegation, Supervision, Line and Staff.
  • Personnel Administration including recruitment, training, promotion, pay scale and service conditions, Union-Management Relationship.
  • Financial Administration including budget, formulation and execution of budget.
  • Application of Information Communication Technology (ICT) and other modern technologies in the University system.

Personality Test/Interview:

The interview/personality test shall be conducted in such a manner that the candidates‟ suitability for the post is probed among other things, through academic qualifications, relevant experience, extra-curricular activities, general awareness/knowledge, communication and problem solving skills and overall personality etc.

PRIVATE SECRETARY (Post Code: P0701), SECURITY OFFICER (Post Code: P0702), YOGA ORGANIZER (Post Code: P0703), SENIOR PERSONAL ASSISTANT (Post Code: P0704), NURSE (Post Code: P0600), ASSISTANT MANAGER (GUEST HOUSE) (Post Code: P0601), ASSISTANT SECURITY OFFICER (Post Code: P0604), HINDI TRANSLATOR (Post Code: P0606), PERSONAL ASSISTANT (Post Code: P0607), SOCIAL WORKER (Post Code: P0609), PHYSIOTHERAPIST (Post Code: P0610), X-RAY TECHNICIAN (Post Code: P0611), HORTICULTURIST (Post Code: P0612)

Exam Scheme

  Type of Examination Time: Max. marks:
Paper-I MCQ Type 2 hours 300 marks (150 questions)
Paper-II Descriptive Type 3 hours 200 marks
Skill Test Skills pertaining to subject matter of the concerned post would be assessed. (The manner in which the skills are to be assessed may be determined by the examiner/ group of examiners appointed for the purpose) Time: 1/2 hrs. The test will be of 50 marks. To qualify the candidate should obtain 25 marks. This will however be only be qualifying in nature.
            Total Marks   500

Paper – I Exam Pattern :

  Paper-I   TEST COMPONENTS NO. OF QUESTIONS MARKS
(i) Questions pertaining to specific area of the post concerned 50 100
(ii) General Awareness 25 50
(iii) Reasoning Ability 25 50
(iv) Mathematical Ability 25 50
(v) Test of Language English or Hindi 25 50
TOTAL 150 300

Paper – I Exam Syllabus :

  • Questions pertaining to specific area of the post concerned: The questions will pertain to the specific area/skill of the post concerned. For instance for the post of Assistant Manager, questions will be asked from Hotel Management, for Legal Assistant – questions on Law, for Engineer – questions on Engineering etc.
  • General Awareness: Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s General Awareness of the environment and its relevance to the society. The questions will also be designed to test knowledge of the current events and of such matters of everyday observation as may be expected of an educated person. The test will include questions relating to India and her neighboring countries, especially pertaining to History, Indian Polity & Constitution, Art & Culture, Geography, Economics, General Policy, Science & Scientific Research, National/International Organizations /Institutions, events etc.
  • Reasoning Ability: The syllabus of General Intelligence includes questions of both verbal and non-verbal types. Test may include questions on analogies, similarities, differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship, concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series etc.
  • Mathematical Ability: The test of Arithmetical and Numerical Ability will cover  Number System including questions on Simplification, Decimals, Fractions, L.C.M., H.C.F., Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Average, Profit & Loss, Discount, Simple & Compound Interest, Mensuration, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Tables & Graphs, etc.

(v)    Test of English/Hindi:

In addition to the testing of candidate‟s understanding of the English or Hindi Languages, its Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Synonyms, Antonyms and its correct usage etc. would also be tested.

Paper – II:

Descriptive Type: The questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s knowledge and awareness on higher education system in India, its regulatory bodies and recent developments in the field and on the following subjects:

Topic Marks allocated
Basic knowledge pertaining to functional, procedural aspect of the work profile of the post concerned. 100 marks (10questions x 10 marks) Each question to be answered in 100 words
Situation Test analysis, where the candidates reaction would be sought on a given situation test case 25 marks (200 words)
Knowledge of Computers with special reference to knowledge    of    word    processing,    data                      analysis packages 25 marks
Essay 50 marks (500 words)

SENIOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANT (DEPARTMENTS) (Post Code: P0613)

Paper -I (MCQ) Test of General Science and awareness (Level-Post graduate) Time: 2 hrs.* Max. Marks: 300 marks (150 questions)
Paper – II Subject    specific    laboratory    based    practical questions Time:3 hrs.* Max. Marks: 150 marks
Skill Test Skills pertaining to subject matter of the concerned post would be assessed through a skill test to be conducted by the concerned department under the direct supervision of HOD/Dean of concerned Faculty. The skill test shall be conducted in a manner which will elicit the ability of the candidate in handling various scientific/ humanities experiments/tests, as the case may be in a typical laboratory setup of the concerned department. This skill test is aimed to check the practical knowledge of the candidate in terms of various Do‟s and Don‟ts in a laboratory related to various hazards, precautions etc. Time: 1 hr. The test will be of 50 marks. To qualify, the candidate should obtain 30 marks. This will, however, be only qualifying in nature.
Total Marks (300+150)   450 marks

Paper – I Exam Pattern

  Paper – I   TEST COMPONENTS NO. OF QUESTIONS MARKS
(i) General science 60 120
(ii) General awareness 20 40
(iii) Reasoning ability 20 40
(iv) Mathematical ability 30 60
(v) Test of Language English or Hindi 20 40
TOTAL 150 300

Paper – I Syllabus –

  • General science: Questions will be designed to test the knowledge of science, laboratory equipment and lab practice. The questions may be from all the spheres of science, however, emphasis would be on the field of science pertaining to the department for which the candidate is being assessed. In case of appointment in departments under the Faculty of Arts/Social Sciences/Mathematical Sciences questions pertaining to the subject matter of the concerned department may also be included.

For Senior Technical Assistant (Computer) the questions may be based on computer science and computer applications.

  • General awareness: Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s General Awareness of the environment and its relevance to the society. The questions will also be designed to test knowledge of the current events and of such matters of everyday observation as may be expected of an educated person. The test will include questions relating to India and her neighboring countries, especially pertaining to History, Indian Polity & Constitution, Art & Culture, Geography, Economics, General Policy, Science & Scientific Research, National/International Organizations /Institutions, events etc.
  • Reasoning ability: The syllabus of General Intelligence includes questions of both verbal and non-verbal types. Test may include questions on analogies, similarities, differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship, concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series etc.
  • Mathematical ability: The test of Arithmetical and Numerical Ability will cover Number System including questions on Simplification, Decimals, Fractions, L.C.M., H.C.F., Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Average, Profit & Loss, Discount, Simple & Compound Interest, Mensuration, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Tables & Graphs, etc.
  • Test of Language English or Test of Language Hindi:

In addition to the testing of candidate‟s understanding of the English or Hindi Languages, its Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Synonyms, Antonyms and its correct usage etc. would also be tested.

Paper – II Pattern and Syllabus

Topic Marks allocated
Subject specific laboratory based practical questionsKnowledge of Computers withspecial reference to knowledge ofword processing, data analysis packages Section 1 – MCQ 100 marks (50 questions) Section 2 – Descriptive 50 marks (5 questions)

Skill Tests

The skill test shall be qualifying in nature and no additional credits for the same shall be allocated. This skill test is aimed to check the practical knowledge of the candidate in terms of various Do‟s and Don‟ts in a laboratory related to various hazards, precautions etc.

JUNIOR ENGINEER (CIVIL)(Post Code: P0602)

  1. Surveying

Fundamental concepts: Classification of Surveys; Chain Surveying; Compass Surveying; Levelling and Contouring; Theodolite Surveying; Tachometry; Curves; Introduction and fundamental concepts of electronic measuring instruments – EDM, Total Station, GIS &GPS

2.Construction materials &Practice

Properties and uses of construction materials – Stones, Bricks, tiles, Sand, Cement, Timber, Plastics, Glass, Asbestos, Paints, Distempers, Enamels and Varnishes; Preparation of Cement Mortar For various works

Classification of Buildings as per NBC, Site investigation for foundation as per NBC – Trial Pit and auger boring, classification of foundations, construction of spread footing and well foundation; Stone and Brick masonry types and principles of construction; Doors and Windows – types fittings and fastenings, types and functions of Lintels, Sunshades and Roofs, Flooring – Construction and types of material; Types of Stairs; Scaffolding; Types of Plastering, Pointing painting and white / Colour Wash.

3.Engineering Mechanics and Strength of materials

Forces- types of forces, Parallelogram, Triangle and Polygon Law of Forces, Lami‟s theorem; Centre of Gravity and moment of Inertia; Simple stresses and strains, Hooke‟s law –stress strain diagram, working strength elastic constants, Poisson‟s ratio, Relationship between elastic constants, compound rods, temperature stresses, strain energy, proof resilience, impact loading; Shear force and bending moment diagrams for simply supported, over hanging and cantilever beams, relation between intensity of loading, Shear force and bending moment; Theory of simple bending, modulus of section, moment of resistance, distribution of shear stress in rectangular, circular and I- Sections ; Deflection in cantilever and simply supported beams subjected to simple loading; columns and struts – Euler‟s and Rankine‟s formulae, Slenderness ratio, simple built-up columns; Analysis of dam and retaining walls; Simple plane and pin-jointed trusses, Stresses by method of joints and method of sections.

4. Hydraulics

Properties of fluids, fluid pressure and its measurement; Types of flows, energies in fluid motion, Bernoulli‟s theorem and its applications – venture metre, pitot tube; Orifice and mouthpiece; Notches and weirs; Flow through pipes, hydraulic gradient line and total energy line, laminar and turbulent flow in pipes – Reynolds number, measurement of velocity; open channels; Water turbines – classification, centrifugal and reciprocating pumps; layout of hydroelectric power plant.

5. Quantity Surveying

Abstract estimate, detailed estimate – centerline and long & short wall method, various items of Civil Engineering works as per Indian Standards; General Specifications – earth work, brick / stone masonry in cement mortar, RCC, plastering in cement mortar, Floor finishes with ceramic tiles and marbles, white washing. Colour washing; Standard schedule of rates, lead and lift preparation of lead statement; Computation of earth work – Mid-ordinate, mean Sectional area, Trapezoidal method, Prismoidal Rule; Approximate estimate-Plinth area and cubic rate estimate.

6. Design of Structures (RCC and Steel)

RCC structures: Design philosophies- principles and concepts of working stress method and limit state method, loads and permissible stresses, IS specification, analysis and design-rectangular beam, slab, T-beam, column, footing and stair case.

Steel Structures: Properties of steel section, loads and permissible stresses, IS specifications, Analysis and design- welded joints, beam, column, base tension member; Design of roof truss.

7. Irrigation Engineering

Definition, Duty, delta, base period, rainfall and its measurement, factors affecting runoff methods of computing maximum flood discharge; Classification of head works, component parts of a weir and barrage, factors influencing selection of site –reservoirs  and dams; Classification of canals, canal lining, cross drainage works; Soil erosion, water logging, soil water plant relationship; Necessity of irrigation – advantages and disadvantages, irrigation methods.

8. Environmental Engineering

Basics of ecosystem, water supply scheme; Sources of water; Conveyance of water – pipes, joints and laying; Testing of water, drinking water standards; Treatment of water, Distribution of water; Water supply connection to a building.

Quantity of sewage, surface drains, design of sewers running half full, limiting velocities; laying of sewers, sewage, sewer appurtenances; Collection of sewage samples, characteristics of domestic and industrial sewage-BOD, COD; Sewage treatment, septic tank & soak pit, sewage disposal-dilution and sewage farming; House drainage arrangements in buildings; solid waste-collection and disposal; Air Pollution-sources, effects and controlling methods.

9. Transportation Engineering

Alignment of roads-plain and hilly terrain, surveys; Cross section of road structure, width of pavement, Chamber, Gradient, Super elevation, Transition curves, horizontal and vertical alignment; Pavement making, traffic signs, traffic islands.

Types of soil, classification of soil-Textural IS Classification, physical properties- plasticity, cohesion, consolidation, compaction, permeability, compressibility, soil moisture content, specific gravity, density; Bearing capacity of soil

JUNIOR ENGINEER (ELECTRICAL)(Post Code: P0603)

Exam Pattern :

Written Test Time  Marks
Paper – I MCQ Type (Questions will be of Diploma or equivalent level) Time:     1 hours* Max. marks allowed: 100 marks
Paper-II Descriptive Type (Questions will be of Diploma or equivalent level) Time:     2 hours* Max. marks Allowed: 100 marks
Total Marks   200 marks

Exam Syllabus :

  1. Electrical Circuits

KVL, KCL, node and mesh analysis, star/delta transformation, electromagnetic induction, mutual induction, ac fundamentals, transient response of dc and ac networks, sinusoidal steady state analysis, resonance ideal current and voltage sources, Network theorems, two- port networks, three phase circuits, power measurement in 3-phase circuits.

2. Electrical Measurements

Bridges and potentio meters, PMMC, moving coil, moving iron, dynamometer, induction type measuring instruments, measurement of voltage, current, power, energy, power factor, digital volt-meters, phase, frequency measurements, Q-meters, oscilloscopes

3. Control Systems

Principles of feedback control systems, transfer function, block diagram reduction, signal flow graph, Mason‟s, gain formula, time response, steady state error, Routh, Nyquist criterion, Bode plot, root locus, compensation design

4.Analog and digital electronics

Characteristics of p-n diode, Zener diode, BJT, FET, amplifiers, biasing, low frequency and high frequency equivalent circuits, frequency response, feedback amplifiers,

oscillators, combinational and sequential logic circuits, multiplexer, Schmitt trigger, A/D, D/A converters, basic of 8-bit, 16 bit microprocessors, architecture, programming, interfacing

5. Electrical Machines

Single phase transformer, equivalent circuit, phasor diagram, tests, regulation, efficiency, 3-phase transformers, connections, parallel operation, auto transformer, DC machines: types, armature windings, characteristics of dc generators and motors, armature reaction, commutation, starting and speed control of dc motors

3-phase induction motors: principle of operation, types of characteristics, computation of performance, equivalent circuit, starting and speed control

Single phase induction motors: types, methods of starting, characteristics

Synchronous Machines: emf equation, armature reaction, equivalent circuit, regulation, parallel operation, load sharing, operation with infinite busbars, synchronous motor, synchronous condenser, V and Inverted V curves.

6. Power Systems

Basic power generation concepts, transmission line models and performance, Under- ground cables, string insulators, corona, distribution systems, per unit quantities, bus impedance and admittance matrices, load flow studies, voltage control, power factor correction, economic operation, symmetrical components, fault analysis, principles of over current, differential, and distance protection, protection of alternators, protection of transformers, protection of transmission lines, protection from lightning, neutral grounding, circuit breakers, types and operation of CBs, system stability concept, swing curves, equal area criterion

7. Utilization

Electric heating, resistance heating, induction heating, dielectric heating, Electric traction, lighting calculation, types of lamps and their working

8.  Power Electronics and Drives

SCR, IGBT, MOSFET, Static and dynamic characteristics, triggering circuits, phase control rectifier, bridge rectifiers, principles of dc-dc converters, inverters, basic principles and characteristics of adjustable speed dc and ac drives

SENIOR ASSISTANT (Post Code: P0605)

Paper – I : Exam Pattern

Paper-I TEST COMPONENTS DURATION: 2 hours
NO. OF QUESTIONS MARKS
(i) General awareness 30 60
(ii) Reasoning ability 40 80
(iii) Mathematical ability 40 80
(iv) Test of Language English or Hindi 40 80
TOTAL 150 300

Paper – II Exam Pattern

Paper-II TEST COMPONENTS DURATION: 3hours
MARKS
Descriptive Type 200
TOTAL 200

Paper – I Exam Syllabus

  • General Awareness: Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s General Awareness of the environment and its relevance to the society. The questions will also be designed to test knowledge of the current events and of such matters of everyday observation as may be expected of an educated person. The test will include questions relating to India and its neighbouring countries, especially pertaining to History, Indian Polity & Constitution, Art & Culture, Geography, Economics, General Policy, Science & Scientific Research, National/International Organizations /Institutions, events etc.
  • Reasoning Ability: The syllabus includes questions of both verbal and non-verbal types. Test may include questions on analogies, similarities, differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship, concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series etc.
  • Mathematical Ability: The test will cover Number System including questions on Simplification, Decimals, Fractions, L.C.M., H.C.F., Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Average, Profit & Loss, Discount, Simple & Compound Interest, Mensuration, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Tables & Graphs, etc.
  • Test of English or Hindi: In addition to the testing of candidate‟s understanding of the English or Hindi Languages, its Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Synonyms, Antonyms and its correct usage etc. would also be tested.

Paper – II Exam Syllabus

Topic Marks allocated
Basic knowledge of the Constitution of India and working of its political system 30 marks (3 questions x 10 marks)    Each question to be answered in 100 words
Basic knowledge of the administration in institutions of Higher Education 20 marks (2 questions x 10 marks) Each question to be answered in 100 words
Knowledge and application of Office Procedures, Rules & Regulations 30 marks (3 questions x 10 marks) Each question to be answered in 100 words
English/Hindi    with   special    reference    to    skill    in noting/drafting 20 marks (2 questions x 10 marks) Each question to be answered in 100 words
Situation Test essay, where the candidates reaction would be sought on a given situation test case 25 marks (200 words)
Knowledge of Computers with special reference to knowledge of word processing, data analysis packages 25 marks
Essay 50 marks (500 words)

Professional Assistant (Post Code: P0608)

Topic Marks allocated
Knowledge and application of Library and Section 1 – MCQ
Information      Science      Procedures,      rules & Regulations. 100 marks (50 questions)
Knowledge of Computers with special reference to knowledge of Library Software Packages of Word Processing, Data Analysis Packages. Section 2 – Descriptive 50 marks (5 questions)
Paper – I TEST COMPONENTS DURATION: 2 hours
NO. OF

QUESTIONS

MARKS
(i) Library Aptitude 50 100
(ii) General Awareness 25 50
(iii) Reasoning Ability 25 50
(iv) Mathematical Ability 25 50
(v) Test of Language English or Hindi 25 50
TOTAL 150 300

Part – I Syllabus

  • Library Aptitude: Questions will be designed to test the knowledge and awareness on Library Information Science and recent development in the field of Library Science. The questions may be from all the spheres of library science.
  • General Awareness: Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s General Awareness of the environment and its relevance to the society. The questions will also be designed to test knowledge of the current events and of such matters of everyday observation as may be expected of an educated person. The test will include questions relating to India and her neighboring countries, especially pertaining to History, Indian Polity & Constitution, Art & Culture, Geography, Economics, General Policy, Science & Scientific Research, National/International Organizations /Institutions, events etc.
  • Reasoning Ability: The syllabus of General Intelligence includes questions of both verbal and non-verbal types. Test may include questions on analogies, similarities, differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship, concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series etc.
  • Mathematical Ability: The test of Arithmetical and Numerical Ability will cover Number System including questions on Simplification, Decimals, Fractions, L.C.M., H.C.F., Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Average, Profit & Loss, Discount, Simple & Compound Interest, Mensuration, Time & Work, Time.

Paper – II Syllabus :

The questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s knowledge and awareness on Library and Information Science and recent development in the field and on the following subjects.

Topic Marks allocated
Knowledge and application of Library and Section 1 – MCQ
Information      Science      Procedures,      rules & Regulations. 100 marks (50 questions)
Knowledge of Computers with special reference to knowledge of Library Software Packages of Word Processing, Data Analysis Packages. Section 2 – Descriptive 50 marks (5 questions)

Skill Test

The skill test shall be qualifying in nature and no additional credits for the same shall be allocated.

The skill test shall be conducted in a manner to check the practical knowledge of the candidate in handling various processes associated with Library‟s functioning.

The candidates may be tested for his/her skills in:

  • Search in electronic data bases(online)
  • Knowledge of specialized, open source application software for libraries like Digital Library Software etc.
  • knowledge of any Indian/Foreign language as opted by the candidate from the list given below:

Arabic, Persian, Urdu, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu, Malyalam, Kannad, Odiya, Bengali, Assamese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, French, German, Spanish and Russian.

Distance, Tables & Graphs, etc.

  • Test of Language English or Test of Language Hindi: In addition to the testing of candidate‟s understanding of the English or Hindi Languages, its Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Synonyms, Antonyms and its correct usage etc. would also be tested.

Paper – II:

The questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s knowledge and awareness on Library and Information Science and recent development in the field and on the following subjects.

ASSISTANT ARCHIVIST (Post Code: P0501), SPORTS COACH (Post Code: P0502), PHARMACIST (Post Code: P0504), TECHNICAL ASSISTANT (HEALTH CENTRE) (Post Code: P0506), STATISTICAL ASSISTANT (Post Code: P0507)

Objective Type (Paper I) Multiple Choice Questions pertaining to the subject  matter  of  the concerned post.    The questions    will    be    upto    the    level    of Graduation. Time: 3 hrs.* Max. Marks: 300 marks (150 questions)
Skill Assessment Skills pertaining to subject matter of the concerned post would be assessed. (The manner in which the skills are to be assessed may be determined by the examiner/ group of examiners appointed for the purpose) Time: 1/2 hrs. The test will be of 50 marks. To qualify the candidate should obtain 25 marks. This will however be only be qualifying in nature.
Total Marks   300

SEMI PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANT(Post Code: P0503)

Written Test
Paper -I (MCQ)

Library Aptitude, General Awareness etc. (150 questions)

Time: 2 hrs.* Max. Marks: 300 marks

(150 questions)

Paper – II

Library Operations etc.

Time: 3 hrs.* Max. Marks:

150 marks

Total Marks (300+150) 450 marks

 Paper – I Pattern

Paper – I TEST COMPONENTS DURATION: 2 hours
NO. OF QUESTIONS MARKS
(i) Library Aptitude 50 100
(ii) General Awareness 25 50
(iii) Reasoning Ability 25 50
(iv) Mathematics Ability 25 50
(v) Test of Language English or Hindi 25 50
TOTAL 150 300

Paper – I Syllabus

  • Library Aptitude: Questions will be designed to test the knowledge and awareness on Library Information Science and recent development in the field of Library Science. The questions may be from all the spheres of library science.
  • General Awareness: Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s General Awareness of the environment and its relevance to the society.

The questions will also be designed to test knowledge of the current events and of such matters of everyday observation as may be expected of an educated person. The test will include questions relating to India and her neighboring countries, especially pertaining to History, Indian Polity & Constitution, Art & Culture, Geography, Economics, General Policy, Science & Scientific Research, National/International Organizations /Institutions, events etc.

  • Reasoning Ability: The syllabus of General Intelligence includes questions of both verbal and non-verbal types. Test may include questions on analogies, similarities, differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship, concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series etc.
  • Mathematical Ability: The test of Arithmetical and Numerical Ability will cover Number System including questions on Simplification, Decimals, Fractions, L.C.M., H.C.F., Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Average, Profit & Loss, Discount, Simple & Compound Interest, Mensuration, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Tables & Graphs, etc.
  • Test of Language English or Test of Language Hindi: In addition to the testing of candidate‟s understanding of the English or Hindi Languages, its Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Synonyms, Antonyms and its correct usage etc. would also be tested.

Paper – II

The questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s knowledge and awareness on Library and Information Science and recent development in the field and on the following subjects.

Topic Marks allocated
Knowledge and application of Library and Information Science Procedures, rules & Regulations.Knowledge of Computers with special reference to knowledge of Library Software Packages of Word Processing, Data Analysis Packages. Section 1 – MCQ 100 marks (50 questions) Section 2 – Descriptive 50 marks (5 questions)

TECHNICAL ASSISTANT (DEPARTMENTS) (Post Code: P0508) and TECHNICAL ASSISTANT (COMPUTERS) (Post Code: P0505)

Exam Scheme

Written Test
Paper -I (MCQ)

Test of General Science and awareness (Level-Post graduate)

Time: 2 hrs.* Max. Marks:300 marks (150 questions)
Paper – II

Subject    specific    laboratory    based    practical questions

Time: 3 hrs.* Max. Marks:      150 marks

Skill Test

Skills pertaining to subject matter of the concerned post would be assessed through a skill test to be conducted by the concerned department under the direct supervision of HOD/Dean of concerned Faculty.

The skill test shall be conducted in a manner which will elicit the ability of the candidate in handling various scientific/ humanities experiments/tests, as the case may be in a typical laboratory setup of the concerned department. This skill test is aimed to check the practical knowledge of the candidate in terms of various Do‟s and Don‟ts in a laboratory related to various hazards, precautions etc.

Time:1 hr. The test will be of 50 marks. To qualify, the candidate should obtain 30 marks.

This will, however, be only qualifying in nature.

Total Marks (300+150) 450 marks

Paper I Pattern

Paper – I TEST COMPONENTS DURATION: 2 hours
NO. OF QUESTIONS MARKS
(i) General Science 60 120
(ii) General Awareness 20 40
(iii) Reasoning Ability 20 40
(iv) Arithmetical & Numerical Ability 30 60
(v) Test of Language English or Hindi 20 40
TOTAL 150 300

Paper I Syllabus

  • General Science: Questions will be designed to test the knowledge of science, laboratory equipment and lab practice. The questions may be from all the spheres of science, however, emphasis would be on the field of science pertaining to the department for which the candidate is being assessed. In case of appointment in departments under the Faculty of Arts/Social Sciences/Mathematical Sciences questions pertaining to the subject matter of the concerned department may also be included.
  • For Technical Assistant (Computer) the questions may be based on computer science and computer applications.
  • General Awareness: Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s General Awareness of the environment and its relevance to the society. The questions will also be designed to test knowledge of the current events and of such matters of everyday observation as may be expected of an educated person. The test will include questions relating to India and its neighboring countries, especially pertaining to History, Indian Polity & Constitution, Art & Culture, Geography, Economics, General Policy, Science & Scientific Research, National/International Organizations /Institutions, events etc.
  • Reasoning Ability: The syllabus of General Intelligence includes questions of both verbal and non-verbal types. Test may include questions on analogies, similarities, differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship, concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series etc.
  • Mathematical Ability: The test of Arithmetical and Numerical Ability will cover Number System including questions on Simplification, Decimals, Fractions, L.C.M., H.C.F., Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Average, Profit & Loss, Discount, Simple & Compound Interest, Mensuration, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Tables & Graphs, etc.
  • Test of Language English or Test of Language Hindi: In addition to the testing of candidate‟s understanding of the English or Hindi Languages, its Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Synonyms, Antonyms and its correct usage etc. would also be tested.

Paper – II

Topic Marks allocated
Subject specific laboratory based practical questionsKnowledge of Computers with special reference to knowledge of word processing, data analysis packages Section 1 – MCQ 100 marks (50 questions) Section 2 – Descriptive 50 marks (5 questions)

Skill Test:

The skill test shall be qualifying in nature and no additional credits for the same shall be allocated. This skill test is aimed to check the practical knowledge of the candidate in terms of various Do‟s and Don‟ts in a laboratory related to various hazards, precautions etc.

SANITARY INSPECTOR(Post Code: P0401), STENOGRAPHER (Post Code: P0411), WORKS ASSISTANT (Post Code: P0412), ASSISTANT (STORE) (Post Code: P0413), SALESMAN, DHMI (Post Code: P0414)

Objective Type (Paper I)

Multiple Choice Questions pertaining to the subject matter of the concerned post. The  questions will be upto the level of 12th Class/ Senior Secondary.

Time:

3 hours*

Max. Marks:

300 marks (150 questions)

Skill Assessment

Skills pertaining to subject matter of the concerned post would be assessed. (The manner in which the skills are to be assessed may be determined by the

examiner/ group of examiners appointed for the purpose)

Time: 1/2 hrs. The test will be of 50 marks. To qualify the candidate should obtain 25 marks.

This will however be only be qualifying in nature.

Total Marks 300

TABLA ACCOMPANISTS (Post Code: P0402) and PAKHAWAJ PLAYER (Post Code: P0403)

Components of scheme of Examination
Written Examination

(Paper I)

Time: 1.5 hours* Max. Marks allowed: 150 marks

Section 1 – MCQ 100 marks (50 questions) Section 2 – Descriptive 50 marks (5 questions)

Skill Assessment Time: 1/2 hrs. The test will be of 50 marks. To qualify the candidate should obtain 25 marks. This will however be only be qualifying

in nature.

Total Marks (150) 150

Written Exam Syllabus

Syllabus for the above papers will be as follows:

  1. Brief history of Gharanas of Tabla&Pakhawaj.
  2. Brief history of Tabla&Pakhawaj.
  3. Write the varnas (Bol) of Tabla&Pakhawaj.
  4. Write in notation with Thah, Dugun&Chaugun of Jhaptal and Dhamar.
  5. Write in notation of Kayada, Rela, Palta, Tihai and ChakradarTukra/ Param in Jhaptal/ Dhamar.
  6. Write in notation with Thah, Dugun&Chaugun of Teental/ Chautal.
  7. Brief introduction of RupakTala/ TivraTala.
  8. Write in Notation with Thah, Dugun&Chaugun of Dadra and Keharva.
  9. Write in notation of Kayada, Rela, Palta, Tihai and ChakradaTukra/ Paran in Teental/ Chautal.
  10. Write an essay on Vocal and Instrumental Music.
  11. Brief introduction of Ektala/Chautala.

Skill Assessment:

  1. Demonstration of theka of Jhaptala / Dhamar in Thah, Dugun and Chaugun by the hand beats.
  2. Basic Bols (varnas) of Tabla/ Pakhawaj.
  3. Two advance Kayadas / Relas with Paltas & Tihai, two simple tukras / Parans, two chakradartukras / Paransin Jhaptala / Dhamar.
  4. Theka of Teentala / Chautaal with Thah, Dugun, Chaugun and keep the theka by hand beats.
  5. Playing knowledge of Ektala and Rupak in barabarkilaya / Chautala & Teevra.
  6. Knowledge of four Kayadas / Relas, Paltas and Tihai, One Simple and Chakradar Tukra / Paran in Teentala / Chautaal.
  7. One Kayada each of „Tirkitataka‟ and „Dhirkit‟ in Teentala/Chautaal.
  8. Four variation in Keherwa and Dadra Tala.
  9. Elementary knowledge of Keherwa and Dadra Talas/ Tivra&Sooltala.
  10. Tuning of Tabla/Pakhawaj.
  11. Basic knowledge of vocal and instrumental accompaniment.

SARANGI ACCOMPANISTS (Post Code: P0404), VIOLIN ACCOMPANISTS (Post Code: P0405), TANPURA ACCOMPANISTS (Post Code: P0408) :

Components of scheme of Examination
Written Examination

(Paper I)

Time:              1.5

hours*

Max. Marks allowed: 150 marks

Section 1 – MCQ

100 marks (50 questions) Section 2 – Descriptive 50 marks (5 questions)

Skill Assessment Time: 1/2 hrs. The test will be of 50 marks. To qualify the candidate should obtain 25 marks.

This will however be only be qualifying in nature.

Total Marks (150) 150

Written Exam Syllabus

  1. Basic knowledge of the structure and tuning of Tanpura/Sarangi/Violin.
  2. Knowledge of the notation systems laid down by Pt. Vishnu DigamberPaluskar and Pt.

V.N. Bhatkhande.

  • Definition of Vadi, Samvadi, Anuvadi, Vivadi, Alap.
  • An outline of the history of Indian Music, origin and development of Dhrupad, Khyal&Thumri.
  • Definition of the following: Sangeet, Nada, Swara, Shuddha, Vikrit (Komal, Teevra), Saptak (Mandra, Madhya, Tara), Aaroha, Avaroha, Raga, Laya, Tala, Sama, Tali, Khali, Matras, Avartana.
  • Description of the following Gharanas – Gwalior, Agra, Jaipur and KiranaGharanas.
  • Description of the Ragas prescribed in the course.
  • Notation writing of a ChhotaKhayal/ Drut Gat.

Skill Assessment:

  1. Proficiency in any one of the following instruments:
  • Tanpura                  (ii) Sarangi                   (iii) Violin
  • Eight Tala-baddhaAlankaras set to different Chhandas.
  • Aaroha, Avaroha, Pakad, VilambitKhayal&DrutKhayal, Vilambit&Drut gat in the following Ragas: Yaman, Bhairav, Bhupali with elaborations in few Todas.
  • The recitation of Thekas of Teen Taal, Keharwa, Dadra and Jhaptal, taal keeping with hand beats.

MRIDANGAM ACCOMPANISTS (Post Code: P0406)

Written Examination

(Paper I)

Time: 1.5

hours*

Max. Marks allowed: 150 marks

Section 1 – MCQ

100 marks (50 questions)

Section 2 – Descriptive 50 marks (5 questions)

Skill Assessment Time: 1/2 hrs. The test will be of 50 marks. To qualify the candidate should obtain 25 marks.

This will however be only be qualifying in nature.

Total Marks (150) 150

Written Examination:

  1. Technical terminology –Elementary knowledge of all important terms used in practical lessons taught in SEC I-Tattakaram, Chapu, Meettu, Toppi, Varu, Choru.
  2. Understanding the concept of Tala, Laya, Gati
  3. Understanding of different parts of the instrument.
  4. Understanding of basic notation system.
  5. Technical terminology – all terms used in the practical lessons taught in SEC II – Mohra, Pharan, Korvai, Arudi, Jaati, Gati.
  6. SulaadiSaptaTalas with Jaatibhedas
  7. Contribution of Palghat Mani Iyer&PalaniSubramanyaIyer.
  8. Understanding of basic notation system.
  9. Elementary knowledge of tuning of Mridangam.

Skill Assessment:

  1. Basic technique of holding the instrument, sitting posture and fingering techniques.
  2. Knowledge of syllables (Ta, Thi, Thom, Nam, Chapu, Din and Da) and their playing style.
  3. Pathavarisaikal – Elementary exercises in three speeds- slow, medium, fast.
  4. Thattakaram (Chollukkattu) and its importance in learning Mridangam.
  5. Different places in producing the syllables of playing Mridangam such as chapu, Meetu, Toppi etc.
  6. Understanding the concept of tala and Laya.
  7. Understanding of different parts of the instrument.
  8. Basic knowledge of Laya, Gati&SulaadiSaptaTalas with Jaatibhedas.
  9. Elementary knowledge of tuning of Mridangam.
  10. Acquaintance of playing Adi/ RupakaTalam.
  11. Ability to play Paran, Mohra, Korvai, Arudi.
  12. Contribution of Palghat Mani Iyer&PalaniSubramanyaIyer.
  13. Understanding of basic notation system.
  14. Ability to tune one‟s own instrument.

HARMONIUM ACCOMPANISTS (Post Code: P0407)

Components of scheme of Examination
Written Examination

(Paper I)

Time:

1.5 hrs*

Max. Marks allowed: 150 marks

Section 1 – MCQ

100 marks (50 questions) Section 2 – Descriptive 50 marks (5 questions)

Skill Assessment Time: 1/2 hrs. The test will be of 50 marks. To qualify the candidate should obtain 25 marks.

This will however be only be qualifying in nature.

Total Marks (150) 150

Syllabus for the above papers will be as follows:

Written Examination:

  1. Brief History of Harmonium.
  2. Write ten advance Alankars.
  3. Drawing sketch of Harmonium with its various parts.
  4. Definition of That, Raga, Tala, Naad and its characteristics, Harmony and Melody.
  5. Write ten Alankars with finger techniques.
  6. Definition of Swar, Saptak, Vadi, Samvadi, Pakad.
  7. Description of Ragas prescribed.
  8. Write notation of a fast Gat/ Bandish in prescribed Ragas.
  9. Notation of Talas with Dugun & Chaugun.

Skill Assessment:

  1. Elementary Knowledge of Harmonium, its various parts and various types of Harmoniums and finger techniques.
  2. Structural details of Harmonium.
  3. Ability to play & write (10) ten Alankars of shuddha&vikritswaras.
  4. Ability to write a notation of any fast composition in Bhatkhande‟s notation system.
  5. 15 general alankars with finger techiniques in above mentioned ragas.
  6. Ability to play fast/Drut compositions with alaap and atleast 10 tanas in one of the following ragas:
    1. AlhaiyaBilawal           d)         Yaman
    1. Bihag                           e)         Bhupali
    1. Malkauns                     f)         Bhairav
  7. Elementary knowledge of shuddha and vikritswaras, saptak, vadi, samvadi, pakad.
  8. Ability to play a dhun in Raga Kafi or Khamaj.
  9. Elementary knowledge of Chautala, Jhaptala, Dadra, Teentaal, Ektal&Keherwa.

LABORATORY ASSISTANT(Post Code: P0409)

Exhamination Scheme :

Written Test
Paper – I (MCQ)

General Science & Awareness (150 questions)

Time: 2 hrs.* Max. Marks: 300 marks

(150 questions)

Paper – II

Subject      specific      laboratory      based practical questions

Time: 3 hrs.* Max. Marks: 150 marks
Skill Test

Skills pertaining to subject matter of the concerned post would be assessed through a skill test to be conducted by the concerned department under the direct supervision of HOD/Dean of concerned Faculty.

 

The skill test shall be conducted in a manner which will elicit the ability of the candidate in handling various scientific/ humanities experiments/tests, as the case may be in a typical laboratory setup of the concerned department. This skill test is aimed to check the practical knowledge of the candidate in terms of various Do‟s and Don‟ts in a laboratory related to various hazards, precautions etc.

Time: 1 hr. The test will be of 50 marks. To qualify the candidate should obtain 30 marks.

This will, however, be only qualifying in nature.

Total Marks (300+150) 450 marks

Paper I Pattern

Paper – I TEST COMPONENTS DURATION: 2 hours
NO. OF QUESTIONS MARKS
(i) General Science 60 120
(ii) General Awareness 20 40
(iii) Reasoning Ability 20 40
(iv) Mathematical Ability 30 60
(v) Test of Language English or

Hindi

20 40
TOTAL 150 300
  • General Science: Questions will be designed to test the knowledge of science, laboratory equipment and lab practice. The questions may be from all the spheres of science, however, emphasis would be on the field of science pertaining to the department for which the candidate is being assessed. In case of appointment in departments under the Faculty of Arts/Social Sciences/Mathematical Sciences questions pertaining to the subject matter of the concerned department may also be included.
  • General Awareness: Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s General Awareness of the environment and its relevance to the society. The questions will also be designed to test knowledge of the current events and of such matters of everyday observation as may be expected of an educated person. The test will include questions relating to India and her neighboring countries, especially pertaining to History, Indian Polity & Constitution, Art & Culture, Geography, Economics, General Policy, Science & Scientific Research, National/International Organizations /Institutions, events etc.
  • Reasoning Ability: The syllabus of General Intelligence includes questions of both verbal and non-verbal types. Test may include questions on analogies, similarities, differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship, concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series etc.
  • Mathematical Ability: The test of Arithmetical and Numerical Ability will cover Number System including questions on Simplification, Decimals, Fractions, L.C.M., H.C.F., Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Average, Profit & Loss, Discount, Simple & Compound Interest, Mensuration, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Tables & Graphs, etc.
  • Test of Language English or Test of Language Hindi: In addition to the testing of candidate‟s understanding of the English or Hindi Languages, its Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Synonyms, Antonyms and its correct usage etc. would also be tested.

Paper – II Pattern & Syllabus :

Topic Marks allocated
Subject specific laboratory based practical questionsKnowledge of Computers with special reference to knowledge of word processing, data analysis packages Section 1 – MCQ 100 marks (50 questions) Section 2 – Descriptive 50 marks (5 questions)

Skill Test :

The skill test shall be qualifying in nature and no additional credits for the same shall be allocated. This skill test is aimed to check the practical knowledge of the candidate in terms of various Do‟s and Don‟ts in a laboratory related to various hazards, precautions etc.

ASSISTANT (Post Code: P0410)

Examination Scheme :

Written Test
Type of Examination Time: Max. marks allowed:
Paper-I MCQ Type 2 hours* 300 marks (150 questions)
Paper-II Descriptive Type 2 hours* 150
Total Marks 450

Paper – I Exam Pattern :

Paper-I TEST COMPONENTS DURATION: 2 hours
NO. OF

QUESTIONS

MARKS
(i) General awareness 30 60
(ii) Reasoning ability 40 80
(iii) Mathematical ability 40 80
(iv) Test of Language English or Hindi 40 80
TOTAL 150 300

Paper – II Exam Pattern :

 

Paper-II TEST COMPONENTS DURATION: 2 hours
MARKS
Descriptive Type 150
TOTAL 150

Paper – I Syllabus :

  • General Awareness: Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s General Awareness of the environment and its relevance to the society. The questions will also be designed to test knowledge of the current events and of such matters of everyday observation as may be expected of an educated person. The test will include questions relating to India and its neighboring countries, especially pertaining to History, Indian Polity & Constitution, Art & Culture, Geography, Economics, General Policy, Science & Scientific Research, National/International Organizations /Institutions, events etc.
  • Reasoning Ability: The syllabus includes questions of both verbal and non-verbal types. Test may include questions on analogies, similarities, differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship, concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series etc.
  • Mathematical Ability: The test will cover Number System including questions on Simplification, Decimals, Fractions, L.C.M., H.C.F., Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Average, Profit & Loss, Discount, Simple & Compound Interest,

Mensuration, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Tables & Graphs, etc.

  • Test of English or Hindi: In addition to the testing of candidate‟s understanding of the English or Hindi Languages, its Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Synonyms, Antonyms and its correct usage etc. would also be tested.

Paper – II Syllabus :

Topic Marks allocated
Basic knowledge of the Constitution of India and working of its political system 30 marks (3 questions x 10 marks) Each question to be answered in 100 words
Basic knowledge of the administration in institutions of Higher Education 20 marks (2 questions x 10 marks) Each question to be answered in 100 words
Knowledge    and    application    of    Office Procedures, Rules & Regulations 30 marks (3 questions x 10 marks) Each question to be answered in 100 words
English/Hindi with special reference to skill in noting/drafting 20 marks (2 questions x 10 marks) Each question to be answered in 100 words
Situation Test essay, where the candidate‟s reaction would be sought on a given situation test case 25 marks (200 words)
Knowledge of Computers with special reference to knowledge of word processing, data analysis packages 25 marks

LIBRARY ASSISTANT (Post Code: P0301) :

Scheme of Examination:

Written Test
Paper -I (MCQ)

Library Aptitude, General Awareness etc. (150 questions)

Time: 2 hrs.* Max. Marks: 300 marks

(150 questions)

Paper – II

Library Automation & Library Awareness

Time: 3 hrs.* Max. Marks:

150 marks

Total Marks (300+150) 450 marks

Note :-15 minutes extra per hour would be given to Visually Handicapped, Cerebral Palsy candidates or similarly placed candidates from PwBD category.

Paper – I :

Paper – I TEST COMPONENTS DURATION: 2 hours
NO. OF QUESTIONS MARKS
(i) Library Aptitude 50 100
(ii) General Awareness 25 50
(iii) Reasoning Ability 25 50
(iv) Mathematical Ability 25 50
(v) Test of Language English or Hindi 25 50
TOTAL 150 300
  • Library Aptitude: Questions will be designed to test the knowledge and awareness on Library Information Science and recent development in the field of Library Science. The questions may be from all the spheres of library science.
  • General Awareness: Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s General Awareness of the environment and its relevance to the society. The questions will also be designed to test knowledge of the current events and of such matters of everyday observation as may be expected of an educated person. The test will include questions relating to India and her neighboring countries, especially pertaining to History, Indian Polity & Constitution, Art & Culture, Geography, Economics, General Policy, Science & Scientific Research, National/International Organizations /Institutions, events etc.
  • Reasoning Ability: The syllabus of General Intelligence includes questions of both verbal and non-verbal types. Test may include questions on analogies, similarities, differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship, concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series etc.
  • Mathematical Ability: The test of Arithmetical and Numerical Ability will cover Number System including questions on Simplification, Decimals, Fractions, L.C.M., H.C.F., Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Average, Profit & Loss, Discount, Simple & Compound Interest, Mensuration, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Tables & Graphs, etc.
  • Test of Language English or Test of Language Hindi: In addition to the testing of candidate‟s understanding of the English or Hindi Languages, its Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Synonyms, Antonyms and its correct usage etc. would also be tested.

Paper – II :

Topic Marks allocated
Knowledge and application of Library and Information Science Procedures, rules & Regulations.Knowledge of Computers with special reference to knowledge of Library Software Packages of Word Processing, Data Analysis Packages. Section 1 – MCQ 100 marks (50 questions)
Section 2 – Descriptive 50 marks (5 questions)

JUNIOR ASSISTANT (Post Code: P0201) and JUNIOR ASSISTANT(STORE) (Post Code: P0203)

Paper-I TEST COMPONENTS DURATION: 3 hours
NO. OF

QUESTIONS

MARKS
(i) General awareness 50 50
(ii) Reasoning ability 50 50
(iii) Mathematical ability 50 50
(iv) Language English or Hindi 50 50
TOTAL 200 200

Paper-II :

TEST COMPONENTS DURATION:1.5 hour
MARKS
Essay, comprehension & letter writing 100

Skill Test :

TEST COMPONENTS DETAILS
On spot typing test Qualifying speed shall be at least 35 words per minute in English or 30 words per minute in Hindi, which will be tested on a computer (PC).*

Syllabus :

  • General Awareness: Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s General Awareness of the environment and its relevance to the society. The questions will also be designed to test knowledge of the current events and of such matters of everyday observation as may be expected of an educated person. The test will include questions relating to India and her neighboring countries, especially pertaining to History, Indian Polity & Constitution, Art & Culture, Geography, Economics, General Policy, Science & Scientific Research, National/International Organizations /Institutions, events etc.
  • Reasoning Ability: The syllabus includes questions of both verbal and non-verbal types. Test may include questions on analogies, similarities, differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship, concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series etc.
  • Mathematical Ability: The test will cover Number System including questions on Simplification, Decimals, Fractions, L.C.M., H.C.F., Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Average, Profit & Loss, Discount, Simple & Compound Interest, Mensuration, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Tables & Graphs, etc.
  • Test of English or Hindi: In addition to the testing of candidate‟s understanding of the English or Hindi Languages, its Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Synonyms, Antonyms and its correct usage etc. would also be tested.

Paper – II:

Essay, comprehension & letter writing: This test is meant for testing the applicability and correct usage of the language, where the candidates would be assessed through essay writing, comprehension and letter writing, situation test analysis etc.

Skill Test:

The typing test shall be a skill test, which shall be qualifying in nature and no additional credits for the same shall be allocated.

TELEPHONE OPERATOR (Post Code: P0202), JUNIOR WORK ASSISTANT (ENGINEERING SERVICE) (Relevant trade – Wireman, Mason, Carpenter, etc.) (Post Code: P0204), HEALTH ATTENDANT (Post Code: P0102) and ENGINEERING ATTENDANT (Electric Khalasi, Beldar) (Post Code: P0104) :

Objective Type (Paper I)

Multiple Choice Questions pertaining to the subject matter of the concerned post. The questions will be upto the level of 10th Class/ Secondary.

Time: 3 hrs.* Max. Marks:

300 marks (150 questions)

Skill Assessment

Skills pertaining to subject matter of the concerned post would be assessed. ( The manner in which the skills are to be assessed

may be determined by the examiner/ group of examiners appointed for the purpose)

Time: 1/2 hrs. The test will be of 50 marks. To qualify the candidate should obtain 25 marks.

 

This will however be only be qualifying in nature.

Total Marks 300

LIBRARY ATTENDANT

Written Test
Objective Type (MCQ)

Library Aptitude, General Awareness etc. (150 questions)

Time: 3 hrs.* Max. Marks: 300 marks
Total Marks 300 marks

Exam Pattern :

Objective Type (MCQ) TEST COMPONENTS DURATION: 3 hours
NO. OF QUESTIONS MARKS
(i) Library Aptitude 50 100
(ii) General Awareness 25 50
(iii) Reasoning Ability 25 50
(iv) Mathematical Ability 25 50
(v) Test of Language English or Hindi 25 50
TOTAL 150 300
  • Library Aptitude: Questions will be designed to test the knowledge and awareness on Library Information Science and recent development in the field of Library Science. The questions may be from all the spheres of library science.
  • General Awareness: Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s General Awareness of the environment and its relevance to the society. The questions will also be designed to test knowledge of the current events and of such matters of everyday observation as may be expected of an educated person. The test will include questions relating to India and her neighboring countries, especially pertaining to History, Indian Polity & Constitution, Art & Culture, Geography, Economics, General Policy, Science & Scientific Research, National/International Organizations /Institutions, events etc.
  • Reasoning Ability: The syllabus of General Intelligence includes questions of both verbal and non-verbal types. Test may include questions on analogies, similarities, differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship, concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series etc.
  • Mathematical Ability: The test of Arithmetical and Numerical Ability will cover Number System including questions on Simplification, Decimals, Fractions, L.C.M., H.C.F., Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Average, Profit & Loss, Discount, Simple & Compound Interest, Mensuration, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Tables & Graphs, etc.
  • Test of Language English or Test of Language Hindi: In addition to the testing of candidate‟s understanding of the English or Hindi Languages, its Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Synonyms, Antonyms and its correct usage etc. would also be tested.

LABORATORY ATTENDANT (Post Code: P0103)

Scheme of Examination :

Written Test
Objective Type (MCQ)

General Science and Awareness (150 questions)

Time: 3 hrs.* Max. Marks: 300 marks
Total Marks 300 marks
Objective Type (MCQ) TEST COMPONENTS DURATION: 3 hours
NO. OF

QUESTIONS

MARKS
(i) General Science 60 120
(ii) General Awareness 20 40
(iii) Reasoning Ability 20 40
(iv) Mathematical Ability 30 60
(v) Test of Language English or Hindi 20 40
TOTAL 150 300

Detailed Syllabus:

  • General Science: Questions will be designed to test the knowledge of science, laboratory equipment and lab practice. The questions may be from all the spheres of science, however, emphasis would be on the field of science pertaining to the department for which the candidate is being assessed. In case of appointment in departments under the Faculty of Arts/Social Sciences/Mathematical Sciences questions pertaining to the subject matter of the concerned department may also be included.

For Computer Laboratory Attendant the questions may be based on computer science and computer applications.

  • General Awareness: Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate‟s General Awareness of the environment and its relevance to the society. The questions will also be designed to test knowledge of the current events and of such matters of everyday observation as may be expected of an educated person. The test will include questions relating to India and her neighboring countries, especially pertaining to History, Indian Polity & Constitution, Art & Culture, Geography, Economics, General Policy, Science & Scientific Research, National/International Organizations /Institutions, events etc.
  • Reasoning Ability: The syllabus of General Intelligence includes questions of both verbal and non-verbal types. Test may include questions on analogies, similarities, differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship, concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series etc.
  • Mathematical Ability: The test of Arithmetical and Numerical Ability will cover Number System including questions on Simplification, Decimals, Fractions, L.C.M., H.C.F., Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Average, Profit & Loss, Discount, Simple & Compound Interest, Mensuration, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Tables & Graphs, etc.
  • Test of Language English or Test of Language Hindi: In addition to the testing of candidate‟s understanding of the English or Hindi Languages, its Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Synonyms, Antonyms and its correct usage etc. would also be tested.

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