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DSSSB Junior Clerk Syllabus 2020

Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board has organized the recruitment for Junior Clerk, Veterinary Livestock Inspector, Assistant Engineer, Stenographer, Office Superintendent, Pharmacist, Accountant to fill 536 vacancies. The application starts from 7 January 2020 to 06.02.2020, interested candidates can apply this job after verifying their eligibility criteria, age limit, education qualification, application fee, category wise vacancies here to avoid confusion. Check all the latest updates through Careers Pages Postal.

Summary of the DSSSB Junior Clerk Recruitment 2020
Exam TypeWritten Exam
Exam OrganizerDelhi Subordinate Services Selection Board
Exam LevelNational
Name of the PostsJunior Clerk, Veterinary Livestock Inspector, Assistant Engineer, Stenographer, Office Superintendent, Pharmacist, Accountant
No of Vacancies536
Page DetailsSyllabus & Exam Pattern
Official Addresshttp://dsssb.delhi.gov.in/

DSSSB Junior Clerk Syllabus 2020 & Exam Pattern

Check the given syllabus and exam pattern of DSSSB Junior Clerk, Veterinary Livestock Inspector, Assistant Engineer, Stenographer, Office Superintendent, Pharmacist, Accountant recruitment 2020 for improve your preparation. To use the syllabus everyone can increase their studies and cover the all the topics mentioned by the official board. The Hindi, General Studies, General Knowledge, Elementary Maths & English Language & Rural India topics are used to complete the studies.

(for One Tier and Two Tier Examination Schemes) One Tier (General/Technical) Examination:-

Section-A:

(i) General Awareness: Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate’s General Awareness of the environment around him/her and its application to society. The questions will be designed to test knowledge of Current Events and of such matter of everyday observation as may be expected of an educated person. The test will also include questions relating to History, Polity, Constitution, Sports, Art & Culture, Geography, Economics, Everyday Science, Scientific Research, National/International Organizations /Institutions etc.

(ii) General Intelligence & Reasoning Ability: The syllabus of General Intelligence & Reasoning Ability 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.

(iii) Arithmetical & Numerical Ability : The test of Arithmetical and Numerical Abilities will cover Number Systems including questions on Simplification, Decimals, Data Interpretation, 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.

(iv) Hindi Language & Comprehension and English Language & Comprehension: In addition to the testing of candidate’s understanding and comprehension of the English and Hindi Languages, questions on its Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Synonyms, Antonyms and its correct usage etc. would also be covered.

SECTION B (Applicable only for one Tier Technical only):

Post specific subject related questions: Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions on the subject concerned as per the qualification prescribed in the Recruitment Rules for the post.

Two Tier Examination Schemes:

I. Syllabus of TIER-I Exam will be same as of One Tier exam.

II. Syllabus of TIER-II Exam

A. Part-I (MCQ/Objective type)

(i) General Intelligence & reasoning ability – same as in One Tier exam but with slightly higher level.

(ii) Quantitative Aptitude – In addition to Arithmetical and Numerical Abilities as in tier-I with slightly higher level, there will be questions on data interpretation & Analysis.

(iii) General Awareness in addition to topics given for Tier-I there shall be question on history, culture, demography, geography & economy of Delhi, Administrative set up and Governance in NCT of Delhi, various schemes of Delhi Govt.

(iv) English language & Comprehension – same as in tier-I but with slightly higher level. B. Part-II : (Descriptive)

Tier 1

General

MCQs of one mark each: 1. General Awareness. 2. General Intelligence & Reasoning ability. 3. Arithmetical & Numerical Ability. 4. Test of Hindi Language & Comprehension. 5. Test of English Language & Comprehension. (40 Marks each)

Technical

Section – A:- 1. General Awareness. 2. General Intelligence & Reasoning ability. 3. Arithmetical & Numerical Ability. 4. Test of Hindi Language & Comprehension. 5. Test of English Language & Comprehension. (20 Marks each)

Section- B:- Objective type multiple choice questions on the subject concerned as per the qualification prescribed for the post. (100 Marks)

Tier 2

General

MCQs of one mark each: 1.General Awareness 2. General Intelligence & Reasoning ability 3. Arithmetical & Numerical Ability 4. Test of Hindi Language & comprehension, 5. Test of English Language & comprehension (40 Marks each) : 200 Marks

Part – I (MCQ): 1.General Intelligence & Reasoning 2. Quantitative Abilities 3. General Awareness with special emphasis on the History, Culture Demography, Geography & Economy of Delhi, Administrative set up and Governance in NCT of Delhi, 4. English Language & Comprehension, (50 Marks each) : 200 Marks

Part – II: (Descriptive) (75 Marks) Essay (in English) 50 Marks Letter writing/ Expansion of Ideas (In English) 25 Marks

Technical

A: 1.General Awareness 2. General Intelligence & Reasoning ability 3. Arithmetical & Numerical Ability 4. Test of Hindi Language & comprehension, 5. Test of English Language & comprehension (20 Marks each) : 100 Marks

B: Subject/ Qualification Related Paper : 100

A: Subject/ Qualification 150 Marks (150 Questions) Related Paper (75% weightage)

B: English Language & 50 Marks (50 Questions) Comprehension (25% weightage)

Technical

A: 1.General Awareness 2. General Intelligence & Reasoning ability 3. Arithmetical & Numerical Ability 4. Test of Hindi Language & comprehension, 5. Test of English Language & comprehension (20 Marks each) : 100 Marks

B: Subject/ Qualification Related Paper : 100 Marks

A: Part-I Objective 200 Marks Subject/ Qualification Related Paper (80% weightage)

B.Part – II: (Descriptive) (50 Marks) Essay (in English) 30 Marks Letter writing/ 20 Marks Expansion of Ideas (In English) (20% weightage)

MODE OF SELECTION

The selection shall be made through One Tier and Two Tier examination scheme and Skill Test wherever applicable.

Examination Scheme: 

DSSSB will conduct One Tier and Two Tier Examination for the post codes as per examination scheme given. However, DSSSB reserves the right to change/amend the examination scheme, if so required, any time before the examination.

Note:

(i) The Examination questions will be bilingual (Hindi & English) except for the Language papers which would be in the language concerned only.
(ii) There is no provision of re-evaluation/re-checking of Answer Sheets/Answer Scripts in respect of the examinations conducted by DSSSB.
(iii) The DSSSB reserves the right to cancel/withdraw any question/questions from the Test.
(iv) The Board has fixed the minimum qualifying marks for different categories (UR/SC/ST/OBC/P.W.D/EXSM) vide notice No. F.4(130)/P&P/13/DSSSB/20-33 dated 26/04/2013, in order to achieve qualitative selection and to recruit the best talent available and the same is available on the website of the Board, however, cutoff marks for selection in different categories may go higher depending upon the marks obtained by the candidates and number of vacancies.
(v) The Board makes provisional selection of the candidates on the basis of information provided in the application and documents/certificates provided by the candidate at the time of submission of document / e-dossiers and recommend the same to the indenting/user department. Further the Appointing Authority i.e. the indenting/user department verifies and satisfies itself about the authenticity of documents/certificates and eligibility as per the Recruitment Rules and as per Government of India instructions issued in this regard vide MHA OM No. 2/29/54-RPS, 19/11/1954 before finally appointing the candidate(s). Therefore, the provisional selection of a candidate does not confer upon him/her any right of appointment unless the Appointing Authority is satisfied, after such inquiry as may be considered necessary, that the candidate is suitable in all respects for appointment to the post.
(vi) In case of combined examination for more than one related posts the preference order of the posts by the candidate will be obtained at the time of document verification/e dossier.
(vii) In case of Combined Examination of common posts, the result of earlier post code Notified earlier shall be processed first.
(viii) If there are two or more candidates in the same category having equal marks in the examination:i. In case of One/Two Tier Technical Posts:-
(a) Candidate securing more marks in subject specific section is to be placed higher in merit;
(b) In case where the marks mentioned at (a) above are also equal, the candidate senior in age is to be placed higher in merit.
(c) In case where the dates of birth are also the same, the candidate whose first name comes first in Alphabetical order (in English) is to be placed higher in merit.
ii. In case of Non-technical / General Posts:-
(a) Candidate senior in age is to be placed higher in merit.
(b) In case where the dates of birth are also the same, the candidate whose first name comes first in Alphabetical order (in English) is to be placed higher in merit.
(ix) Candidates may apply for more than one post codes but The Board may hold the examinations of two or more different post codes on the same day and candidate shall have to opt to take the examination of any one post code only.

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