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Title: CAREER COUNSELLING


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CAREER COUNSELLING EDUCATION
  • What to do after 10/102 or BA Very typical
    decision in the life.
  • Join skilled /Non skilled courses
  • What are the basic requirements to join these
    courses, institutions procedure for joining of
    these courses etc.

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Programmes offered by ITIs
Programme Name Eligibility Dur
10th 2 Yrs
-do- -do-
-do- -do-
-do- -do-
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Programme Name Eligibility Dur
10th 2 Yrs
-do- 2 Yrs
-do- 2 Yrs
-do- -do- 2 Yrs
-do- 2 Yrs
-do- 2 Yrs
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Programme Name Eligibility Dur
10th 2 Yrs
-do- 2 Yrs
-do- 1 Yr
-do- 1 Yr
-do- 1 Yr
-do- 1 Yr
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Programme Name Eligibility Dur
10th 1 Yr
10th 1 Yr
a)
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Programme Name Eligibility Dur
10th 3 Yrs
-do- -do-
-do- -do-
-do- -do-
102 (Sci) 2 Yrs
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Programme Name Eligibility Dur
10th 3 Yrs
-do- -do-
-do- -do-
-do- -do-
-do- -do-
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Admission Procedure
a) Through JET held in the month of May
June every year.b) Advertisement published in
leading newspapers in the month of April May
every year.
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Polytechnics Colleges
  • Tarn Taran
  • Govt. Polytechnics College, Bhikhiwind
  • Shaheed Bhagat Singh Polytechnics College,
  • Patti
  • Amritsar
  • Mai Bhago Polytechnics College for Girls, Majitha
  • Road, Amritsar
  • Govt. Polytechnics College, Amritsar
  • Punjab Institute of Textile Technology, Amritsar

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Programme Name
102 4 Yrs
-do- -do-
-do- -do-
-do- -do-
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Programme Name Eligibility Dur
102 4 Yrs
-do- -do-
-do- -do-
-do- -do-
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Admission Procedure
a)
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JOBS AND SALARY PACKAGES
Engineering College Polytechnic ITI
Placement providing by every Engg College minimum salary package 3 to 4 lacs p.a. Placement providing by every Polytechnic minimum package 1 to 1.5 lacs p.a. Minimum Salary Rs.4,000/- to 5,000/- p.m. in various private industries. You can also establish your own SS Industries. Govt is also giving subsidy for establishment of SSI
http//www.punjabteched.com http//www.ptu.ac.in w
ww.lovelyinstitutes.com
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Courses

MDMS(RG) MBBS
102 (Science)
102 (Science)
102 (Science)
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Admission Procedure
a) every_year.b) Advertisement published in
leading newspapers in the month of Mar Apr
every year.
http//www.pmc.edu
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Decoration
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Procedure for admission in IIT (Indian Institute
of Tech) Only 07 IITs in India
  • Eligibility -
  • 102 with minimum 60 marks (PCM)
  • Clear it on two attempts only
  • Age 16 to 22 years
  • Form - Every year in the month of Nov
  • Test conducted in the month of April
  • Minimum Salary package Rs.1.0 lac p.m.
  • www. iitd.ac.in

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  • B.Tech Marine Engg,
  • B.Tech Aeronautical Engg,,
  • B-Tech Electronics and Electrical
  • B.Tech Computer Sc Engg,
  • B. Tech Architect,
  • B.Tech in Civil Engg,
  • B.Tech in Textile Engg.
  • B. Pharma,
  • B.Tech in Agriculture Engg.
  • B.Tech in Agriculture Engg.

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Procedure for admission in AIEEE (All India Engg
Entrance Exam) 21 NIT (National Institute of
Tech)
Eligibility - 102 with minimum 50 marks (PCM)
Age 16 to 22 years From every year in the
month of Nov Test conducted in the month of
April Min Salary packageRs.30,000/- to 50,000/-
p.m. www. aieee.nic.in
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  • Punjab Engg College, Chandigarh 9th Rank
  • Thaper Institute of Engg Tech,Patiala 08th
    Rank
  • NIT Jalandhar 12th Rank

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Courses

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  • Prominent Features

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Programme Name Dur Fee
2 Yrs 10,000/-
7,000/-
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Programme Name Eli Dur Fee
2,800/-
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Programme Name Eli Dur Fee
1,500/-
Bachelor Preparatory Programme No formal qualification 6 M 600/-
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Programme Name Eli Dur Fee
B.A. with 2 yrs teaching expr 2 Yrs 13,200/-
B.A. 1 Yr 3,500/-
B.A. 1 Yr 3,500/-
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Programme Name Eli Dur Fee
102 1 Yr 1,800/-
-do- 1 Yr 1,900/-
102 1 Yr 2,000/-
102 1 Yr 1,400/-
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Programme Name Eli Dur Fee
102 6 M 1,300/-
102 6 M 1,700/-
102 6 M 1,300/-
102 6 M 1,200/-
102 6 M 3,000/-
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Salient Features
  • No age limit
  • For academic courses Minimum 14 years for
    Sec and 15 years for Sen Sec.
  • Choice of Medium Instructions Write your
    examination in any Indian language
  • Choice of Subjects
  • Combination of Academic and Vocational subjects
  • Nominal fee
  • Study centre in all Districts in India

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S.No. S.No. Course Name Eligibility Fee
1. 1. 12th with Sci 12,000/-
One year certificate courses One year certificate courses One year certificate courses One year certificate courses One year certificate courses
2. 10th or 08th 2500/-
3. 12th 3,600/-
4. 10th 2,500/-
5. 10th 2,500/-
6. 10th 1,000/-
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S.No. Course Name Eligibility Fee
7. 10th 1,500/-
8. 5th 2000/-
9 10th 12,500/-
11. 10th or 08th 3,000/-
12. Literate 1,400/-
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S.No. Course Name Eligibility Fee
13. 10th 800/-
14 8th 3,000/-
15 10th 2,500/-
16 10th 6,000/-
17 8th 4,000/-
18. 8th 3,00/-
19 -do- 1,400/-
20 -do- 8,00/-
21 -do- 8,00/-
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  • S.No.
  • Course Name

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S.No. Course Name
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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF OPEN SCHOOLING ADDRESS
EMAIL
B-13b, Kailash Colony, New Delhi
110 048 Website www.nos.org or
www.nios.ac.in Mata Ganga Girls College,
T.T. Vocational Training Centre Jandiala Road,
Tarn Tarn
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Salary Packages Govt Salary Rs.8,000/-
Private firm Rs.5,000/-
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Salary Packages Earns between Rs.8,000-12,000
per month
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Training Providing three month trainings about
procedure of air lines. Salary
Packages Earns between Rs.5,000-10,000 per
month
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Category Education Age

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  •     
  • Emoluments Registered Nurses as State
    Registered Nurse and State Registered Midwife on
    commissioning in the Military Nursing Service
    will be granted the rank of Lieutenant. The Basic
    emoluments will be Rs 8000-300-9500/- per month
    plus DA as per prevailing rates. Entitled ration,
    accommodation and allied facilities are also
    available. New pay emoluments will be as per
    recommendations of VI Pay Commission as accepted
    by Govt of India .

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Method of Selection
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  Promotion
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  • (a)       

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Where to Post
  •  Integrated Head Quarter of Ministry of Defence
    (Army), Adjutant Generals Branch, Dte Gen of
    Medical Services (Army)/DGMS-4B, Room No 45,  L
    Block Hutments, New Delhi 110 001
  • This office will not be responsible for any
    postal delay.
  •  

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Important Link
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CATEGORIES OF ENTRY AND THEIR ELIGIBILITY
CONDITIONS

More details
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CATEGORIES OF ENTRY AND THEIR ELIGIBILITY
CONDITIONS
Category Education Age

More details
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CATEGORIES OF ENTRY AND THEIR ELIGIBILITY
CONDITIONS
Category Education Age

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2 i) 16-1/2 to 19
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S.N Name of Examination Qualification Age Limits

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ELIGIBILITY
  • EDUCATION
  • 1. Graduates in any discipline from a
    recognised university.
  • Candidates having professional and technical
    Degree recognized by the government are also
    eligible. 
  • AGE LIMITS
  • 21 -30 years on the 1st August of the year in
    which examination is being held.
  • The upper age limit may be relaxed in respect of
    the SC/ST and other backward classes. 

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NOTIFICATIONS
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Application Forms
  • The duly filled in application form and the
    acknowledgement card should then be mailed in the
    special envelope supplied with the Information
    Brochure to
  • Secretary,
  • Union Public Service Commission, Dholpur
    House,
  • Shahjahan Road,
  • New Delhi-110 011

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CONFIRMATION
  • A registration number is given as a token of
    receipt of the application.
  • If a candidate does not receive an
    acknowledgement within 30 days, he is advised to
    contact the UPSC.

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EXAMINATION SELECTION
  • Preliminary Examination(MAY/JUNE) It is of
    objective type, which is a qualifying examination
    for the selection of candidates for Main
    Examination
  • MainExamination
  • (OCTOBER/NOVEMBER) It consists of written
    examination and interview for the selection of
    candidates for the various services and posts.

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Preliminary Examination
  • Paper I is of general studies
  • Paper II is from a selected list of optional
    subjects for preliminary examinations. 
  • The course content for the optional subjects will
    be of the degree level.
  • Each paper is of two hours duration.
  • Blind candidates are allowed an extra time of 20
    minutes for each paper.

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Subjects for Paper II (one subject to be
selected)
  • Agriculture,
  • Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science,
  • Botany,
  • Chemistry,
  • Civil Engineering,
  • Commerce,
  • Economics,
  • Electrical Engineering ,
  • Geography,
  • Geology,
  • Indian History,
  • Mechanical Engineering,
  • Medical Science,
  • Philosophy,
  • Physics,
  • Political Science,
  • Psychology,
  • Public Administration,
  • Sociology,
  • Statistics,
  • Zoology,
  • Law,
  • Mathematics,

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Main Examination
  • Paper I - One Indian language (selected by the
    candidate) 300 marks
  • Paper II - English 300 marks
  • Paper III - Essay 200 marks
  • Paper IVV - General Studies 300 marks each
  • Paper VI-IX - Any two subjects (optional papers
    to be selected by the candidate) with two papers
    each 300 marks for each

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Paper VI-IX - Any two subjects(Total 23)
  1. Agriculture,
  2. Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science,
  3. Botany,
  4. Chemistry,
  5. Civil Engineering,
  6. Commerce,
  7. Economics,
  8. Electrical Engineering ,
  9. Geography,
  10. Geology,
  11. Indian History,
  • Mechanical Engineering,
  • Medical Science,
  • Philosophy,
  • Physics,
  • Political Science,
  • Psychology,
  • Public Administration,
  • Sociology,
  • Statistics,
  • Zoology,
  • Law,
  • Mathematics,

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List of Optional Subjects (Literature) (Total 26)
  1. Arabic
  2. Gujarati
  3. Manipuri
  4. Sanskrit
  5. Assamese
  6. Hindi
  7. Nepali
  8. Sindhi
  9. Bengali
  10. Kannada
  11. Oriya
  12. Tamil
  13. Chinese
  • Kashmiri
  • Pali
  • Telugu
  • English
  • Konkani
  • Persian
  • Urdu
  • French
  • Marathi
  • Punjabi  
  • German
  • Malayalam
  • Russian

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Interview (April/May)
  • The object of the interview is to assess the
    personal suitability and judge the mental caliber
    of the candidate.
  • The candidate must exhibit an intelligent
    interest in events happening around him so that
    he appears to be a complete personality.
  • The interview will carry 300 marks

  • (with no minimum qualifying marks).

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Medical Test and Training
  • There is also a medical test, especially rigid
    for IPS.
  • Out of the final candidates selected top rankers
    are appointed as IAS officers. 
  • Once appointed, all probationary officers of the
    All India and Central Services undergo a
    compulsory foundation training.

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SELECTION

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Age Limits
  • Minimum - 20 Years
  • Maximum - 25 Years

Age Relaxations
The upper age limit prescribed above will
be relaxable. (i) upto a maximum of five years
if a candidate belongs to a Scheduled Caste or a
Scheduled Tribe. (ii) upto a maximum of ithree
years n the case of candidates belonging to Other
Backward Classes who are eligible to avail of
reservation applicable to such candidates. (iii)
upto a maximum of five years for Central
Government Servants in accordance with the
existing instructions of the Central Government.
Ex-servicemen will also be eligible for this
relaxation. However the total relaxation claimed
on account of Government Service will be limited
to 5 years. (iv) upto a maximum of five years if
a candidate had ordinarily been domiciled in the
State of Jammu Kashmir during the period from
1st January, 1980 to the 31st day of December,
1989.
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Educational Qualifications
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Selection
  • Selection is through
  • Written examination,
  • Physical Standards/ Physical Efficiency Tests and
  • Medical Standards Tests,
  • Interview/ Personality Test

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ExaminationThe written examination comprise of
two papers each of two hours duration
Paper I Paper I
General Ability and Intelligence(The questions in this paper will be of Objective Type -Multiple Answers - in which the questions will be set in English as well as Hindi) 250 Marks
Paper II Paper II
Essay, Précis Writing and Comprehension(In this paper candidates will be allowed the option of writing the Essay Component in English or Hindi, but the medium of Précis Writing and Comprehension Components will be English only) 150 Marks
The physical and medical standards test will conduct only of the candidates qualify the written examination The physical and medical standards test will conduct only of the candidates qualify the written examination  
Interview for Personality Test Interview for Personality Test 200 Marks
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Syllabus
  • Paper I General Ability and Intelligence
  • The objective type questions with multiple
    choices in this paper will broadly cover the
    following areas
  • General Mental Ability - The questions will be
    designed to test the logical reasoning,
    quantitative aptitude including numerical
    ability, and data interpretation.
  • 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.

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  • 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
    Countrys political system and the Constitution
    of India, social systems and public
    administration, economic development in India ,
    including its indicators.

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  • 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.

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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 precis writing
    and comprehension and their skills to summarize
    the precis passage and reply to the
    short-answered questions on the comprehension
    passage.

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Physical Standards
Men Women

Height 165 cms 157 cms
Chest (unexpanded) 81 cms. (With 5 cms. Minimum expansion)
Weight 50 Kgs According to height but Not less than 46 Kgs.
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Medical Standards
(a) Eye Sight (a) Eye Sight (a) Eye Sight (a) Eye Sight
Distant Vision Distant Vision Near Vision Near Vision
Better eye Worse eye Better eye Worse eye
(Corrected Vision) (Corrected Vision) (Corrected Vision) (Corrected Vision)
6/6 6/12
or or
6/9 6/9 J.I J.II
(b) The candidates must not have knock-knees,
Flat Foot, Varicose Veins or squint in eyes and
they should possess high colour vision. The
candidates will be tested for colour vision by
Ishaharas test as well as Edrich-Green Lantern
Test. They must be in good mental and bodily
health and free from any physical defect likely
to interfere with the efficient performance of
the duties.
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Physical Efficiency Tests (PETs)
  • Male
    Female

(a) 100 Meters race In 16 seconds In 18 Seconds
(b) 800 Meters race In 3 minutes In 4 minutes
(c) Long Jump 3.5 Meters (3 chances) 3.0 Meters (3 chances)
(d) High Jump 1.05 Meters(3 chances) 0.90 Meters (3 chances)
(e) Shot Put (7.26 Kgs.) 4.5 Meters -
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Application Procedure
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Reservation
  • Reservation will be made for candidates belonging
    to
  • Scheduled Castes,
  • Scheduled Tribes and
  • Other Backward Classes
  • in respect of vacancies as may be fixed by the
    Government.

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Test CentersThe Examination will be held at the
following Centres
  • Cuttack,
  • Kolkata,
  • Thiruvananthapuram,
  • Dehradun,
  • Lucknow,
  • Tirupati,
  • Delhi,
  • Madurai,
  • Udaipur,
  • Dharwar,
  • Mumbai,
  • Vishakhapatnam,
  • Dispur,
  • Nagpur,
  • Jorhat,
  • Shillong,
  • Chandigarh,
  • Kochi,
  • Shimla,
  1. Agartala,
  2. Gangtok,
  3. Panaji ( Goa ),
  4. Ahmedabad,
  5. Hyderabad,
  6. Patna,
  7. Aizwal,
  8. Imphal,
  9. Port-Blair,
  10. Allahabad,
  11. Itanagar,
  12. Raipur,
  13. Bangalore,
  14. Jaipur,
  15. Ranchi,
  16. Bareilly,
  17. Jammu,
  18. Chennai,
  19. Kohima,

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Useful Contact
  • For further details regarding the exam, contact
  • Under Secretary (CSP)Union Public Service
    Commission,Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road,New
    Delhi-110 011.

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Recruitment
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Eligibility

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Age

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Applications
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Selection

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Examination Subjects 
  • The following will be subjects for the written
    examination (each of 2 hours duration)
  • For admission to Indian Military Academy, Naval
  • Academy and Air Force Academy
  • English - This paper tests the understanding of
    the English language.
  • General Knowledge - This tests the general
    knowledge, current events, history of India,
    geography of nature and other matters of everyday
    observation.
  • Elementary Mathematics - This paper covers
    arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and
    statistics.

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  • (b) For Admission to Officers Training Academy
    (OTA)
  • English - This paper tests the understanding of
    the English language.
  • General Knowledge - This tests the general
    knowledge, current events, history of India,
    geography of nature and other matters of everyday
    observation.Note (i) The papers in all
    subjects will consist of OBJECTIVE-TYPE
    (Multiple-Choice questions only). The question
    papers will be set in English only.(ii) Each
    paper will be of 2 hours duration and will carry
    100 marks.

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

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Interview and Special Tests
  • Personality tests - These tests are as follows
  • Situation Reaction Test (SRT) - Sixty situations
    are given and the candidate is required to answer
    the reactions within 30 minutes.
  • Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) - A set of 12
    pictures are shown and the candidate is required
    to write a story in 3 minute for each picture.
  • Word Association Test (WAT) - Sixty words are
    projected and the candidate is required to make a
    sentence, in 15 seconds for each word.
  • Group test - Group Test is conducted in batches
    of 8-10 candidates. The test consists of group
    planning, group discussion, outdoor group tasks.
    The candidates are asked to take lectures on
    certain topics.

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Syllabus of C D S Exam
  • EnglishThe question paper will be designed to
    test the candidates' understanding of English and
    workman-like use of words.
  • General KnowledgeGeneral Knowledge, including
    knowledge of current events and such matters of
    everyday observation and experience in their
    scientific aspects as may be expected of an
    educated person who has not made a special study
    of any scientific subject. The paper will also
    include questions of History of India and
    Geography of a nature which candidates should be
    able to answer without special study.

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  •  Last Date for Receipt of Applications either by
    hand or by Post/Speed Post or by Courier 8th
    June 2009  
  • Date of Examination 11th October, 2009  
  • Date of Notification 09th May 2009

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Eligibility
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Application Forms
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Selection
  • Plan of Examination
  • The examination shall be conducted according to
    the following PlanPart I - Written
    examination Part II - Interview 
  • Written examination Subjects of written
    examination and marks allotted to each is as
    follows

Sl. no Subjects Marks
12345 General EnglishGeology Paper IGeology Paper IIGeology Paper IIIHydrogeology 100200200150150
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Interview
  • The object of the interview is to assess his
    suitability for the posts for
  • which he has competed. Special attention will be
    paid in the Personality
  • Test to assess the candidate's
  • Capacity for leadership,
  • Initiative and intellectual curiosity,
  • Tact and other social qualities,
  • Mental and physical energy,
  • Powers of practical application,
  • Integrity of character and aptitude
  • for adapting themselves to the
    field life.

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Standard of papers
  • The standard of the paper in General English will
    be such as may be expected of a science graduate.
  • The papers on geological subjects will be
    approximately of the M.Sc. degree standard of an
    Indian University and questions will generally be
    set to test the candidate's grasp of the
    fundamentals in each subject.

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Eligibility
  • .Relaxation - The upper age limit may be relaxed
    in respect of the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled
    Tribes, Other Backward Classes and such other
    categories of persons as may from time to time be
    notified in this behalf by the Government of
    India.

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Application Forms
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Selection
  • The subjects of written examination, the marks
    allotted to each subject will be as under

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Each Paper is of 3 hours duration All question
papers will be of conventional (essay) type
Sr no.  Subject Max. Marks
A Indian Economic Service  
12345 General EnglishGeneral StudiesGeneral Economics- I General Economics- IIIndian Economics 150150200200200
B Indian Statistical Service  
12345 General EnglishGeneral StudiesStatistics- IStatistics- IIStatistics- III 150150200200200
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  • Standard of Papers
  • The standard of papers in General English and
    General Studies will be that of a graduate of an
    Indian University.
  • The standard of papers of other subjects will be
    that of the Masters degree examination. 
  • Examination Centres
  • Agartla, Ahmedabd, Aizawl, Allahabad, Bangalore,
    Bareilly, Bhopal, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cuttack,
    Delhi, Dharwar, Dispur (Guwahati), Gangtok,
    Hyderabad, Imphal, Itanagar, Jaipur, Jammu,
    Jorhat, Kochi (Cochin), Kolkata (Calcutta),
    Kohima, Lucknow, Madurai, Mumbai, Nagpur, Panaji
    (Goa), Patna, Portblair, Raipur, Sambalpur,
    Shillong, Shimla, Srinagar, Thiruvananthapuram,
    Tirupati, Udaipur and Vishakhapatnam.

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Syllabus
  • General English
  • General Studies
  • General Economics-I
  • General Economics-II
  • Indian Economics
  • Statistics-I
  • Statistics-II
  • Statistics-III

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Eligibility
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Age
  • Relaxations
  • The upper age limit may be relaxed in respect
    of the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and
    Other Backward Classes and such other categories
    of persons as may from time to time be notified
    in this behalf by the Government of India to the
    extent and subject to the conditions notified in
    respect of each category.

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Personal Attributes
  • They must possess cOnsiderable
  • Physical stamina,
  • Endurance, and
  • Keen interest in nature conservation and
  • Animal protection.

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Application Forms
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Selection

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Examination Subjects
  • The following will be the subjects for the
    written examinationCompulsory 
  • (1) General English 
  • (2) General Knowledge (150 marks each).Optional
    Any two of the following subjects 
  • (1) Agriculture,
  • (2) Botany,
  • (3) Chemistry,
  • (4) Civil Engineering,
  • (5) Geology,
  • (6) Agricultural Engineering,
  • (7) Chemical Engineering,
  • (8) Mathematics,
  • (9) Mechanical Engineering,
  • (10) Physics
  • (11)  Zoology,
  • (12) Statistics,
  • (13) Forestry and
  • (14) Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science (200
    marks each).

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Interview
  • The main aim of personality test is to judge the
    suitability of candidates as officers of Indian
    Forest Service.
  • The candidates appearing in the interview may
    expect some questions on current affairs, forest
    related issues, Indian Polity, Planning Process,
    Budgeting and Economic Geography.
  • The personality test also aims at testing
    leadership qualities, mental alertness,
    initiative, balance of judgement, analytical
    capabilities etc. 

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Training
  • Selected candidates are sent for foundation
    training at the Lal Bahadur Shastri National
    Academy, which is followed by specialised
    orientation in Forest Service at the Indira
    Gandhi National Forest Academy, Dehradun with
    inputs on
  • Wildlife management,
  • Tribal welfare,
  • Soil conservation,
  • Forest management,
  • Engineering survey,
  • Weapon handling etc. 

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Standard of Papers
  • The standard of papers in general English and
    general knowledge will be as may be expected of a
    Science/Engineering graduate of an Indian
    University.
  • The standard of papers in other subjects will be
    approximately that of Bachelor's degree of an
    Indian University. 

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Syllabus
  • General English
  • General Knowledge
  • Agriculture
  • Candidates will be required to answer
    questions from Sections (A) and (B) or Sections
    (A) and (C) below
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Agronomy
  • Soil Science and Soil Conservation

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Eligibility
  • Relaxation The upper age limit may be relaxed
    in respect of scheduled caste, scheduled tribes,
    other backward classes

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APPLICATION
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Selection
  • Plan of Examination  The exam consists of two
    stages (a) Preliminary Examination and (b) Main
    Examination
  • (a) Preliminary Examination (objective type)
  • The preliminary examination will be of a test for
    selection of candidates for the main examination
    and would comprise the follow
  • (b) Main Examination (Conventional Type) The
    Main Examination will consist of the following
    papersing subjects 

Paper Test Marks Duration
I Language Comprehension(a) General English(b) Communication/Writing Skill 50150 3 hrs
II  Arithmetic 100 2 hrs
Total 300
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Syllabus
  • Preliminary Examination (objective type)
  • General Awareness
  • Arithmetic
  • Language Test
  • Reasoning Ability

In addition to the testing of candidates
understanding of the English Language and its
correct usage, his writing ability would also be
tested. A question on paragraph writing/report
writing. etc. may also be included.
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Main Examination (Conventional Type)
  • Paper I Language Comprehension
  • (a) General English In addition to the testing
    of candidates understanding of the English
    Language and its correct usage, his writing
    ability would also be tested. A question on
    paragraph writing/report writing. etc. may also
    be included.
  • (b) Communication/Writing Skill In addition to
    the testing of candidates ability to understand
    correct English/Hindi Language, his comprehension
    and writing ability would also be tested.
    Questions on Precise, Short Essay, Letter Writing
    etc., would also be included.
  • Paper II Arithmetic
  • Simplifications involving Decimal Fractions,
    Ratio and Proportion, Percentages, Average,
    Profit and Loss, Discount, Simple and Compound
    Interest, Graphical Representation of Data,
    Reading of Linear Graphs and Tab

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Eligibility
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Application
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Selection
  • The subjects of written examination, the time
    allowed and the maximum marks for each subject
    will be as follows

S. No. Test Max. Marks Duration
1 General Intelligence and Clerical Aptitude 50 2 hrs
2 English Language 50 2 hrs
3 Numerical Aptitude 50 2 hrs
4 General Awareness 50 2 hrs
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Educational Qualification

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  • Relaxations The upper age limit may be
    relaxed in respect of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled
    Tribes, Other Backward Classes and such other
    categories of person as may, from time to time,
    notified in the behalf by the Government of India
    to the extent and subject to the conditions
    notified in respect of each categories.

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PROGREMME RUN BY RUDEST INSTITUTE
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Employment Newspaper Published on every Friday
Cost Rs.5 Hindustan Times Tuesday,
Wednesday Thursday Times of India
Wednesday Tribune Wednesday
Friday Punjab Kesari Sunday
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Career in Arts
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BANK CLERICAL EXAM
  • Clerk
  •  Typist (English) 
  •  Steno (English)
  •  Agricultural Clerks 
  •  Steno (Hindi)
  •  Typist (English and Hindi) 
  •  Steno (English and Hindi) 
  •  Clerk-cum-Cashier
  •  Clerk-cum-Godown Keeper 
  •  Data Entry Operators
  •  Telephone Operators

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Educational Qualifications

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Additional Qualifications

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Age Limits 
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Educational Qualifications 

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Age Limits 
  • Not below 21 years and not above 28 years. The
    limit is relaxable in respect of candidates
    belonging to SC/ST/OBC and other categories of
    persons.

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Educational Qualifications 

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Number of Chances 
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Age 
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Plan of the Examination
  • The subjects of written test the time allowed and
    the maximum marks allowed to each subject shall
    be as under

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Plan of the Examination
Tests No. of Questions Maximum Marks Time Allowed
(A) ... ... ...
 Objective Tests ... ... ...
... ... ... ...
1. Reasoning 75 80 ...
2. English Language 50 50 ...
3. General Awareness 50 60 ...
4. Quantitative Aptitude 50 60 ...
... 225 200 ...
(B) ... ... ...
Descriptive Paper ... ... ...
... ... ... ...
Argumentative Questions 4 60 45 Minutes
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Educational qualifications
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Age Limits 

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Plan of the Examination 
  • Grade 'A' Officers

Paper Subject Duration Max. Marks

Phase I ... ... ...
I Object Type Test Consisting of General Awareness, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning. 3 hours 200
Phase II ... ... ...
II English (Essay, Precise Writing/ Comprehension, Business/Office Correspondence) 2.5 hours 100
... ... ... ...
III Economic and Social Problems 2.5 hours 100
Grade 'B' Officer Papers Grade 'B' Officer Papers Grade 'B' Officer Papers Grade 'B' Officer Papers
Phase I ... ... ...
I Objective Type Test consisting of General Awareness, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning 3 hours 200
Phase II ... ... ...
II English Essay, Precise Writing/Comprehension, Business/Office Correspondence) 3 hours 100
III Economic and Social Problems 3 hours 100
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Application Procedure 

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Plan of the Examination 
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Road to Success
  • Positive Thinking
  • Positive Attitude
  • Hard Work
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