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Civil Services

Civil Service Examination:- IAS & PCS

The Indian Civil Service serves as the backbone of India and carries great respect and responsibilities. India's best brains vie for entry into the Indian Civil Services as officers. Even though corporate jobs may offer the best of salaries and perks, a majority of youngsters and their parents still crave entry to the prestigious Indian Civil Services held by the UPSC

Eligibility:

Graduation

No. of attempts:

General : 4
OBC : 7
SC / ST : No Bar
Age : 21-30
Relaxation for SC/ST

Exams Pattern

Prelims (General Studies + CSAT)
Mains
Interview (Final Round)

Prelims:

The preliminary competitive examination will consist of two papers i.e. Paper I General Studies and Paper II Civil Services Aptitude Test. Both the papers will be of 2 hours duration and shall have 150 questions carrying one mark each (respectively). There will be no negative marking.The preliminary examination is only a screening test for selecting candidates who would be eligible to take the Main Examination and the marks obtained in this examination shall not be counted towards the merit of the candidates. Fees Charges: Rs. 50,000 (General Studies + CSAT + English Essay + One Optional (mains) )

Mains:

Paper I : Section 1 Essay-200 Marks, Section 2 English Comprehension & English Precis-100 Marks Paper II : General Studies-I: Indian Heritage and Culture, History and Geography of the world and Society-250 Marks Paper III : General Studies-II: Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International relations-250 Marks Paper IV : General Studies-III: Technology, Economic Development, Bio-diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management-250 Marks Paper V : General Studies-IV: Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude-250 Marks Paper VI : & Paper VII : Optional Subject Papers I & II-250 Marks each Personality Test-275 Marks

Total Marks for written examination: 2000 Marks
Fees Charges: Rs. 20,000 ( for One optional subject)

Interview Test [in the medium you choose] :

Duration: Regular Session during CSAT Prepration

Fees Charges: Rs. 10,000 (Only interview)

PCS Exam

Punjab Civil Services Examination

Eligibility:

Graduation
Age : 21 - 35 yrs.
(Relaxation for SC/ST)
Paper 1 : Genereal Studies
(150 marks)
Paper 2 : Aptitude (150 marks)
Logical Reasoning Skills
Decision Making Skill
Problem Solving skills
Communication skills
Mental Ability
Analytical ability
Comprehension
DI

Exams Pattern

Prelims (General Studies + CSAT)
Mains
Interview (Final Round)

Prelims:

The preliminary competitive examination will consist of two papers i.e. Paper I General Studies and Paper II Civil Services Aptitude Test. Both the papers will be of 2 hours duration and shall have 150 questions carrying one mark each (respectively). There will be no negative marking.The preliminary examination is only a screening test for selecting candidates who would be eligible to take the Main Examination and the marks obtained in this examination shall not be counted towards the merit of the candidates. Fees Charges: Rs. 50,000 (General Studies + CSAT + English Essay + One Optional (mains) )

Mains:

Paper I : Section 1 Essay-200 Marks, Section 2 English Comprehension & English Precis-100 Marks Paper II : General Studies-I: Indian Heritage and Culture, History and Geography of the world and Society-250 Marks Paper III : General Studies-II: Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International relations-250 Marks Paper IV : General Studies-III: Technology, Economic Development, Bio-diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management-250 Marks Paper V : General Studies-IV: Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude-250 Marks Paper VI : & Paper VII : Optional Subject Papers I & II-250 Marks each Personality Test-275 Marks

Total Marks for written examination: 2000 Marks


Interview Test [in the medium you choose] :

Duration: Regular Session during CSAT Prepration

Law Enterance

CLAT LAW (5 year law)

Eligibility:

Qualification:10+2
Duration : 2 months | 4 months
Subjects
Reasoning
General Awareness
English
Legal Aptitude
Mental Ability
Fees Charges: Rs. 16,000 for 2 months & Rs. 21,000 for 4 months

CLAT LAW (3 year law)

Eligibility:

Qualification:Graduation
Duration : 2 months | 4 months
Subjects
Reasoning
General Awareness
English
Legal Aptitude
Mental Ability
Fees Charges: Rs. 16,000 for 2 months & Rs. 21,000 for 4 months
CDS Exam

Combined Defense Services

The "Combined Defence Services" Examination (CDS) is conducted twice a year by the Union Public Service Commission for recruitment into the Indian Military Academy, Officers Training Academy, Indian Naval Academy and Indian Air Force Academy. The Notification for the examination is usually released in the months of October and June, and the examinations are conducted in February and November respectively. Only unmarried graduates are eligible to sit for the exam. Successful candidates are admitted into the respective Academies after an interview conducted by the Services Selection Board (SSB)

Age Limits :
19 - 24 yrs. : Indian Military Academy (IMA)
19 - 22 yrs. : Naval Academy (NA)
19 - 23 yrs. : Air Force Academy
19 - 25 yrs. : Officers' Training Academy (OTA)
Qualification: Graduation in Science Except IMA,OTA

Exam Preparation

Duration : 3 months | 6 months
Batch Commencement : Every Month
Subjects :
General Knowledge
English
Math / QA / Reasoning
Fees Charges: Rs. 21,000 for 3 months and 36,000 for 6 months
Banking PO

IBPS PO Exam

As far as job profile of a Bank PO is concerned, it really varies during probation period of the officer. Probationary Officer (PO) can be asked to do any work during the Probation period. Normally the probation period is of two years in which the officer is exposed to different types of banking related works. There is no confirm or pre determined seat for the Bank PO during probation and normally Probationary Officer are used for different types of banking related work. There are frequent transfers and trainings during probation period. Once the probation period is over the officer is confirmed as an Assistant Manager and gets his or her permanent posting. Some banks are now-a-days placing officers as Deputy Managers also, just after confirmation, provided they pass the test conducted by the bank. After confirmation officers can be posted in specific areas of banking

Eligibility:

Graduation : (any stream with 60% marks)
Age : 21 - 30 yrs.
(Relaxation: as mentioned in notification)
Salary : Rs. 40000/- per month

Bank PO Preparation

Eligibility:

Duration : 3 months | 6months
Batch Commencement : Every Month
(Relaxation: as mentioned in notification)
Subjects :
Quantitative Ability
Reasoning
English
Computers
Banking G.K
Current Affairs
Fees Charges: Rs. 21,000 for 3 months & Rs. 36,000 for 6 months

Bank Clerical Exam

Eligibility:

Age : 20 - 25 yrs.
(Relaxation: as mentioned in notification)
Salary : Rs. 16000/- per month
Duration : 2 months | 4 months
Batch Commencement : Every Month
(Relaxation: as mentioned in notification)
Subjects :
Quantitative Ability
Reasoning
English
Computers
Banking G.K
Current Affairs
Fees Charges: Rs. 12,000 for 2 months & Rs. 21,000 for 4 months

Specialist Officer

Eligibility:

Education : B.Tech, CA, MCA, MBA, Agriculture Engg., LAW
Age : 21 - 35 yrs.
Salary : Rs. 40000/- per month
Duration : 3 months | 6 months
Batch Commencement : Every Month
Subjects :
Quantitative Ability
Reasoning
English
Specific Subject
Banking G.K
Current Affairs
Fees Charges: Rs. 21,000 for 3 months & Rs. 36,000 for 6 months
SSC Exam

Staff Selection Commission

SSC is a kind board which take exams for different kind of central jobs in SSC there are biscally two paper tier 1 and tier II, after clearing both the exams they conduct interview.

Eligibility:

Education : Graduation (any stream)
Age : 18 - 27 yrs.
Duration : 3 months | 6 months
Subjects :
Quantitative Ability
Reasoning
English
Computer
G.K
Fees Charges: Rs. 21,000 for 3 months & Rs. 36,000 for 6 months
NTSE Exam

NATIONAL TALENT SEARCH EXAM

FIRST STAGE (State Level Written Exam)

1. The first stage is conducted by states/UT's
2. The written examination at this stage comprises two tests- Mental Ability Test (MAT) and Scholastic Ability Test (SAT).
3. Each state prepares its own tests and selects a stipulated number of candidates for the second stage.

SECOND STAGE (National Level Written Exam)

4. The second stage is conducted by NCERT.
5. The written examination at this stage comprises two tests- Mental Ability Test (MAT) and Scholastic Ability Test (SAT).
6. About 1500 students who qualify the National level written examination are called for face-to-face interview.

The final award is made on the basis of composite scores obtained in MAT, SAT and the interview.

Course Duration: 3 months, 2 days a week

Fees Charges: Rs. 12,000

Punjab Govt. Jobs

Punjab govt jobs include FOOD SUPPLY INSPECTOR, EXCISE INSPECTOR, TEACHER, and many more the best in PUNJAB GOVT. job is that your salary is very high as compared to private sector. In punjab govt jobs person doesn't get transfer out of his state. after joining a govt. job students can prepare for civil services also.

Eligibility:

Qualification : Graduation
Age : 20 - 35 yrs.
Duration : 2 months | 4 months
Subjects :
Quantitative Ability
Reasoning
English
Computers
G.K
Fees Charges: Rs. 15,000 for 2 months & Rs. 26,000 for 4 months
Age: SSC 20-27 Years & Punjab Govt. 20-35 Years
IELTS

IELTS (International English Language Testing System)
This exam is to be given by a candidate who applias for Study Visa or Immigration to an English speaking country. This test is conducted by British Council and IDP, worlwide. This language tests the person's English skills in :

Listening
Reading
Writing
Speaking

There are total 9 bands awarded to each stream, and also, overall 9 bands.

Canadian Civil Services

Paper I : General Ability and Intelligence - 250 Marks

The objective type questions with multiple choices in this paper will broadly cover The following areas:

1. General Mental Ability : The questions will be designed to test the logical reasoning, quantitative aptitude including numerical ability, and data interpretation.

2. General Science : The questions will be set to test general awareness, scientific temper,Comprehension and appreciation of scientific phenomena of everyday Observation including new areas of importance likes Information Technology, Biotechnology, Environmental Science.

3. Current Events of National and International Importance : The questions will test the candidates’ awareness of current events of national and international importance in the broad areas of culture, music, arts, literature, Sports, governance, societal and developmental issues, industry, business, Globalisation, and interplay among nations.

4. Indian Polity and Economy : The questions shall aim to test candidates’ knowledge of the Country’s political System and the Constitution of India, social systems and public administration, economic development in India, regional and international security issues and human rights including its indicators.

5. History of India : The questions will broadly cover the subject in its social, economic and political spects. This shall also include the areas of growth of nationalism and freedom movement.

6. Indian and World Geography : The questions shall cover the physical, social and economic aspects of Geography pertaining to India and the World.

Paper II : General Studies, Essay and Comprehension - 200 Marks

Part-A : Essay questions which are to be answered in long narrative form either In Hindi or English totaling 80 Marks. The indicative topics are modern Indian history especially of the freedom struggle, geography, polity and economy, Knowledge of security and human rights issues, and analytical ability.

Part-B : Comprehension, précis writing, other communications / language skills – to be attempted in English only (Marks 120) – The topics are Comprehension Passages, précis writing, developing counter arguments, simple grammar and Other aspects of language testing.

Final selection : Final Selection of Candidates On the basis of written examination and Interview, final selection list will be prepared.

upsc cpf assistant commandant Eligibility:
Age limits: Not less than 20 years and not more than 25 years as on 1st August, 2013. The upper age is relaxed able for SC/ ST/ OBC and certain other categories of candidates to the extent specified in the Notice.
Educational Qualification: Bachelor’s degree of any recognised university or an equivalent qualification.
Physical Standards: Candidates must be physically fit according to the Regulations given in notice and male and female candidates are eligible for appointment to BSF, CRPF and CISF. However, only male candidates are eligible for appointment in ITBP.

SAT

Section Type of Questions Score Time
Critical Reading Sentence Completions - 25 Minutes
Reading Comprehension - 25 Minutes
Paragraph length critical reading - 20 Minutes
200-800 70 minutes
Writing Grammar, usage, and word choice ( multiple choice and student written essay) 200-800 60 minutes
Mathematics Algebra and functions
Statistics, probability, and data analysis
Number and operations
Geometry
200-800 70 minutes

GMAT

The GMAT® exam consists of four main sections—Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal.

You have three and a half hours in which to take the exam, but plan for a total time of approximately four hours if you choose to take the optional breaks.

The Quantitative and Verbal sections of the GMAT exam follow a computer adaptive format.

How does it work?

The GMAT adjusts to your individual ability level, which both shortens the time it takes to complete the exam and establishes a higher level of accuracy than a fixed test. At the start of each multiple-choice section of the exam, you are presented with a question of medium difficulty. As you answer each question, the computer scores your answer and uses it—as well as your responses to any preceding questions—to determine which question to present next. Correct responses typically prompt questions of increased difficulty. Incorrect responses generally result in questions of lesser difficulty. This process will continue until you complete the section, at which point the computer will have an accurate assessment of your ability level in that subject area. In a computer-adaptive test, only one question at a time is presented. Because the computer scores each question before selecting the next one, you may not skip, return to, or change your responses to previous questions.

What if I make a mistake or guess?

If you answer a question incorrectly by mistake or correctly by randomly guessing, your answers to subsequent questions will lead you back to questions that are at the appropriate level of difficulty for you. Random guessing can significantly lower your scores. So, if you do not know the answer to a question, you should try to eliminate as many answer choices as possible and then select the answer you think is best. For more testing strategies, see Test-Taking Strategies.

What if I do not finish?

Pacing is critical, as there is a severe penalty for not completing these sections of the exam. The time and number of questions that remain in the section are displayed on the screen during the exam. There are 37 Quantitative questions and 41 Verbal questions. If a question is too time-consuming or if you don’t know the answer, make an educated guess by first eliminating the answers you know to be wrong.

How is my score determined?

The number of questions you answer. Whether you answer the questions correctly or incorrectly. The level of difficulty and other statistical characteristics of each question. The questions in an adaptive test are weighted according to their difficulty and other statistical properties, not according to their position in the test.

Are all questions counted?

Every test contains trial multiple-choice questions being pretested for use in a real exam. These questions are not identified and appear in different locations within the test. Do your best on all questions. Answers to trial questions are not counted in the scoring of your test.

What computer skills do I need for the GMAT exam?

You need only minimal computer skills to complete the GMAT exam. Familiarize yourself with the mechanics of taking a computer-adaptive test by using the GMAT tutorials that are included with the free GMATPrep® software. The tutorials cover such topics as using a mouse, entering responses, moving on to the next question, using the word processor, and accessing the Help function. Before the day of your test, review the testing tools covered in the tutorials. Although you will be able to use a Help function during the test, the time spent doing so will count against the time allotted for completing a test section.

GRE

SSB | BSF | CRPF | CISF | ITBP

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)conducts a Written Examination for recruitment of Assistant Commandants in the Central Police Forces (CPF) like BSF, CRPF, CISF, ITBP, SSB etc. We will cover the syllabus for the exam.

Selection Procedure and Scheme of Exam:

Selection Procedure consists of following parts:

(i) Written Examination:
The written examination consists of two papers each of two hours duration.

Assistant Commandant Paper I:

General Ability and Intelligence: 250 Marks
The questions in this paper will be of Objective (Multiple Answers) Type in which the questions will be set in English as well as Hindi.

Assistant Commandant Paper I:

Essay, Precis Writing and Comprehension: 150 Marks
In this paper candidates will be allowed the option of writing the Essay Component in English or Hindi, but the medium of Precis Writing and Comprehension Components will be English only.

Minimum Qualifying Marks:

There will be minimum qualifying marks separately in each Paper as may be fixed by the Commission in their discretion. Paper-I will be evaluated first and evaluation of Paper-II will be done only of those candidates who obtain the minimum qualifying marks in Paper-I.

Topic Wise Syllabus of the Assistant Commandant Written Paper:

Paper I: General Ability and Intelligence

1. General Mental Ability
The questions will be designed to test the logical reasoning, quantitative aptitude including numerical ability, and data interpretation.

2. General Science
The questions will be set to test general awareness, scientific temper, comprehension and appreciation of scientific phenomena of everyday observation including new areas of importance like Information Technology, Biotechnology, Environmental Science.

3. Current Events of National and International Importance:
The questions will test the candidates' awareness of current events of national and international importance in the broad areas of culture, music, arts, literature, sports, governance, societal and developmental issues, industry, business, globalization, and interplay among nations.

4. Indian Polity and Economy:
The questions shall aim to test candidates' knowledge of the Country's political system and the Constitution of India, social systems and public administration, economic development in India , including its indicators.

5. History of India:
The questions will broadly cover the subject in its social, economic and political aspects. This shall also include the areas of growth of nationalism and freedom movement.

6. Indian and World Geography:
The questions shall cover the physical, social and economic aspects of geography pertaining to India and the World.


Paper II: Essay, Precis Writing and Comprehension

This paper shall test candidates' ability to bring to fore his/her ideas on the given essay topic, arrange them in a coherent, orderly, concise, understandable and lucid manner in effective and grammatically correct language free from spelling errors. Further, this shall test candidates' ability to understand the given passages for précis writing and comprehension and their skills to summarise the précis passage and reply to the shortanswered questions on the comprehension passage.

(ii)Physical Standards/Physical Efficiency Tests and Medical Standards Tests: Candidates who are declared qualified in the written examination will be summoned for Physical Standards/Physical Efficiency Tests and Medical Standards Tests. Those candidates who meet the prescribed Physical Standards, specified in Appendix-VI, will be put through the Physical Efficiency Tests as indicated below:

Physical Efficiency Tests (PETs)

Test Males Females
100 meters race 16 seconds 18 seconds
800 meters race 3 minutes 4 minutes
Long Jump (3 chances) 3.5 meters 3.0 meters
High Jump (3 chances) 1.05 meters 0.90 meters
Shot put (7.26 Kgs) 4.5 meters -----



Pregnancy at the time of PET will be a disqualification and pregnant female candidate will be rejected.

Medical Standards Tests:
To check the standards specified will be conducted only in respect of candidates who are declared qualified in the Physical Efficiency Tests.

(iii) Interview/Personality Test:
Candidates who are declared qualified in the Medical Standards Tests, will be called for Interview/Personality Test to be conducted by Union Public Service Commission. The Interview/Personality Test will carry 200 Marks.

(iv) Final Selection / Merit:
The merit list will be drawn on the basis of marks obtained by the candidates in the Written Examination and Interview/Personality Test.

Mathematical Skills