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1- i;kZ;okph kCn
2- foykse kCn
3- kCn&lewgksa ds fy, ,d kCn
4- milxZ@izR;;
5- rRle&rn~Hko kCn
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izuksa dh la[;k % 10
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6.

iw.kkZad % 10

Use of Prepositions.
One Word substitution.
Use of Articles in English.
Common errors in English.
Idioms.
Conversion of one part of speech into another, e.g., Noun to
Adjective, and the like.
7. Comprehension of a given passage in English.
A- Synonyms.
B- Antonyms.
C- Hindi translation of a given English Sentence.
D- Unseen passage.

Syllabus for the Screening Test for the Recruitment of


(Group B) posts (Objective Type)

GENERAL STUDIES
Time: 02 hours Number of Questions: 150

Maximum Marks: 150

Note: Paper Setter is expected to set the questions from the entire
Syllabus.
SECTION I: GENERAL STUDIES [M.M.:70]
1. Current events of National and International importance.
2. Sports and Entertainment.
3. Indian History (ancient, medieval, modern).
4. Indian National Movement.
5. Indian Geography, Economy and Agriculture.
6. Natural Resources, Planning, Sustainable and Inclusive
Development.
7. Natural Calamities and Disaster Management.
8. Human Resource Development Index of India.
9. Basic Knowledge of Indian Constitution - Salient features of
Indian Constitution, Fundamental Rights and Duties, Directive
Principles of State Policy. The Union Executive The President,
Prime Minister, Council of Ministers, The Union Legislature
Parliament, The Judiciary Supreme Court and High Court, State
Government and Administration Governor, Chief Minister and
Council of Ministers, Legislative Assembly, Panchayati Raj
Institutions.
10. Human Rights Meaning of Human Rights, Universal Declaration
of Human Rights (1948), Human Rights and Duties in India, National
Human Rights Commission.
11. Various aspects of Rural and Urban Development.
12. General Science- application of Science in day- to - day life.
13. Development and Environmental Problems- Main Problems
related to development, population growth, environmental pollution,
emission of greenhouse gases and measures to overcome the
problems. Laws for environmental conservation.
14. Biotechnology and Health Issues: Biotechnology, development
of vaccines against new diseases, genetically developed plants,

regeneration of worn out and dead tissues and human organs,


control of pollution using bacteria, biofuel.
15. Development of Science and Technology In India :
A. Energy and Water Resources: Energy crisis, energy
conservation, conventional energy sources, renewable energy,
types of Indian water resources, use and management.
B. Information, Communication Technology and Computers:
Development of information and communication technology in
India, benefits and adverse effects. Basic components and
structure of computer and its uses.

Section II
General Knowledge Related to Uttarakhand State
Number of Questions: 20

Maximum Marks: 20

1. General Geography- Location and Extent, Structure and Relief,


Climate and Drainage systems, Demography, Transport and
Communication network.
2. History(a) Ancient Period- Inhabiting races and tribal groups, Dynasties
(Kuninda, Paurav and Katyuri).
(b) Medieval Period Later Katyuri, Chand and Panwar dynasties.
(c) Modern Period- Gorkha and British Period, Post-Independence
scenario.
3. Natural and Economic Resources- Water, Forest, Minerals,
Livestock, Agriculture and Horticulture, Wild-life conservation, Parks
and Sanctuaries
4. Political and Administrative Setup- Administrative setup at the
State, District and Tehsil levels.
5. Education and Culture- Educational and Training Institutions,
Dialects and Languages, Customs and Traditions, Festivals, and
Fairs.
6. Social Reform Movements Coolie Begar, Dola -palki, and Forest
Movements.
7. Economic Development- Hydro-electricity, Industry, Horticulture,
Tourism, and Herbal Industry development.

8. Developmental Plans Scheduled Castes and Tribal Development


planning.
9. Important Contemporary events.
10. Sports and Entertainment.

Section III: General Intelligence Test


Number of Questions: 30

Maximum Marks: 30

Questions of verbal , non-verbal and analytical types, analogies,


syllogism, similarities, differences, missing numbers, characters and
sequences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, decision
making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship concepts,
direction sense, coding decoding, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and
figure classification, data representation and analysis, arithmetical number
series. The test would also include questions designed to test the
candidates ability to deal with abstract ideas, facts and figures, symbols
and their relationships, arithmetical and numerical computations and other
analytical, mathematical and quantitative functions.

Section IV: Language


GENERAL HINDI (High School Level)
Number of Questions: 20

1- i;kZ;okph kCn
2- foykse kCn
3- kCn&lewgksa ds fy, ,d kCn
kCn
4- milxZ@izR;;
5- rRle&rn~Hko kCn
6- orZuh&kqf)
7- okD;&kqf)
8- lekl
9- lfU/k&foPNsn
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Maximum Marks: 20

GENERAL ENGLISH (High School Level)


Number of Questions: 10
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2.
3.
4.
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6.

Maximum Marks: 10

Use of Prepositions.
One Word substitution.
Use of Articles in English.
Common errors in English.
Idioms.
Conversion of one part of speech into another, e.g., Noun to
Adjective, and the like.
7. Comprehension of a given passage in English (questions will be
asked on the following topics).
A- Synonyms.
B- Antonyms.
C- Hindi translation of a given underlined English Sentence.
D- One more question will be also based on the comprehensive
passage.