SSC JHT 2020 Answer Key: SSC JHT tentative Answer Key 2020 for CBT exam held on 19th November has been released on the official site at ssc.nic.in. The Computer Based Examination for recruitment of Junior Hindi Translator, Junior Translator, Senior Hindi Translator and Hindi Pradhyapak Examination 2020 was held on 19th November 2020 at different centers all over the country. SSC has now released the SSC JHT final Answer key 2020.

How to check your SSC JHT Answer Key 2020?

  1. Visit the official website of SSC i.e. ssc.nic.in or visit this page for SSC JHT answer key 2020.
  2. Click on the link containing the official link to the login page.
  3. Enter your credentials with user id and password.
  4. Click on login which will redirect you to the official answer key.
  5. Your answer key will be displayed on the screen where you can calculate your marks.

SSC JHT Answer Key 2020: Official Notice

SSC JHT Answer Key 2020: Click here to check the Answer key

How to calculate the total marks in SSC JHT Answer key 2020 

  • The answer key displayed on the screen shows the correct answer and the option chosen by the candidate.
  • Calculate the number of correct answers and incorrect answers.
  • Multiply the correct answers by 1 and calculate the score.
  • Multiply the incorrect answers by 0.25 and calculate negative marks.
  • Subtract the negative marks from the total positive score. The formula to calculate the total score is as follows:

(No of Correct Questions x 1) – (No of incorrect questions x 0.25) = Total Marks 

MP Group-2 Recruitment 2020

Professional Examination Board Madhya Pradesh has released a notification for the recruitment of 253 posts of Group-2 namely Assistant auditor, Junior Assistant, Assistant, Data Entry Operator, etc. in Madhya Pradesh. Madhya Pradesh Group-2 Recruitment will provide an opportunity for the aspiring candidates to apply and work for the Madhya Pradesh.The good news comes as a sigh of relief for the aspirants dealing with the stress of government jobs in these times of crisis.

MP Group 2 Recruitment 2020

The official notification regarding the MP Group 2 recruitment 2020 is out on the official website by the Profesional Examination Board Madhya Pradesh.

Recruitment Madhya Pradesh Police Recruitment
Post Group-2
Total Vacancies 253
Start of Application Date to Apply 1st December 2020
Last date to apply  15th December 2020
Job Location Madhya Pradesh
Official website http://peb.mp.gov.in/

MP Group 2 Vacancy 2020

The total number of vacancies in MP Group 2 is released on the official website is 253. Candidates can check the distribution of vacancies in the following table.

Name Of The Post Vacancy
Assistant 50
Assistant auditor 35
Junior Assistant 100
Data Entry Operator 41
Steno-Typist(Hindi) 6
Steno-Typist( English) 1
Typist (Hindi) 3
Receptionist 8
Assistant Librarian 3
Cataloger 1
Inspector 2
Auditor 2
Translator(Contract) 5
Total 253

MP Group 2 Eligibility Criteria

Before applying for recruitment, you must make sure to meet the eligibility criteria:

S.NO Name Of the Post Eligibility Criteria
1 Assistant 1. First Class Graduate Pass
2. One-year Diploma Certificate In Computer Application(MSC and BSC in Computer doesn’t require certificate)
3. CPCT Score Card Holder.
2. Junior Assistant 1. Second Class Graduate Pass
2. One-year Diploma Certificate In Computer Application(MSC and BSC in Computer doesn’t require certificate)
3. CPCT Score Card Holder.
3. Steno Typist(Hindi) 1.Graduate in any stream with 50 % marks
2.1-year Diploma in Hindi Short Hand and Hindi Shorthand Exam Passed
3. One-year Diploma Certificate In Computer Application(MSC and BSC in Computer doesn’t require certificate)
4. CPCT Score Card Holder.
4. Steno Typist(English) 1.Graduate in any stream with 50 % marks
2.1-year Diploma in English Short Hand and English Short Hand Exam Passed
3. One-year Diploma Certificate In Computer Application(MSC and BSC in Computer doesn’t require certificate)
4. CPCT Score Card Holder.
5. Assistant Auditor 1. Graduate with Science/Arts/Commerce
6. Data Entry operator 1. Graduate
2. CPCT Score Card Holder.
7. Receptionist 1.graduate
2.Diploma in PGDCA
3.CPCT Score Card Holder
4. Typing – Hindi & English
8. Cataloger Graduate in Library Science
9. Asistant Liberarian Graduate in Library Science
10 Inspector Graduate with Science/Arts/Commerce
11. Auditor Graduate with Science/Arts/Commerce
12. Translator(Contract) Graduate with English

MP Group 2 Salary Structure

The salary of different vacancies in MP Group 2 is given in following table. Candidates can check the Salary in the following table.

S.NO Name Of the Post Eligibility Criteria
1 Assistant 5200–20200+2400
2. Junior Assistant 5200–20200+1900
3. Steno Typist(Hindi) 5200–20200+1900
4. Steno Typist(English) 5200–20200+1900
5. Assistant Auditor 25,300/- ( 7th Pay Level -6 )
6. Data Entry operator 19500–62000
7. Receptionist 5200–20200+1900
8. Cataloger 5200–20200+2100
9. Asistant Liberarian 5200–20200+2100
10 Inspector 32800–103600
11. Auditor 28700–91300
12. Translator(Contract) 8000

 

Click Here to Check Official Notice For Madhya Pradesh Group 2 Recruitment

How to apply for  MP Group-2?

  • Visit the official website of MP Group-2 at http://peb.mp.gov.in/.
  • Click on the link for the MP Group-2 recruitment.
  • Register yourself for the recruitment by clicking the “New Applicant” Link.
  • Fill up all the necessary details.
  • Note down the applicant ID and password on your registered mobile no. and email id.
  • Log in using the details on the portal.
  • Fill up your personal details, educational qualifications, and other details.
  • Upload your photograph and signature on the space provided.
  • Pay the application fee online and verify all your details.
  • Finally submit your application form.

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What are the questions asked in the SSC CPO Tier 1 exam from the General Awareness section? Staff Selection Commission is conducting the SSC CPO examination for selecting the eligible candidates for the recruitment of Sub-Inspectors and Assistant Sub-Inspectors. SSCADDA has already provided the analysis for the SSC CPO Tier 1 exam held on 23rd, 24th & 25th November but what are the questions asked in the exam? Aspirants who are yet to appear in the upcoming shifts must be looking forward to getting acquainted with the questions as that will help them in knowing the type of questions to be asked by the SSC. Now, we are providing you with the General Awareness question which was asked on 23rd And 24th November in different shifts of the SSC CPO 2020 Tier 1 examination.

1) When did Afghanistan become a member of SAARC?
2) How much budget is allotted to the Education Sector In Budget 2020?
3) When Namami Gange Project launched?
4) Who was the President when Rajiv Gandhi was prime minister?
5) Who won the first individual gold medal for India in the Olympics?
6) Which bird makes a sound of another bird to steal its food?
7) Author of book Suheldev And the Battle of Bahraich?
8) Which of the following is a dam that is in Jharkhand?
9) Which is the site of Harappan civilization located in Rajasthan?
10) Who is the writer of the short story named Shatranj Ke Khiladi?
11) Protection of monuments, places, and objects of national importance is illustrated in which article?
12) Who was the first Indian to win the Pulitzer Award?
13) Who won the 55th jnanpith award?
14) What causes polio?
15) Marcopolo belonged from which country?
16) Bhand Pather is a folk dance of which state?
17) When did Project Elephant Launched?
18) Atomic Number of Einsteinium?
19) Penalty Corner is a term of which of the following sport?
20) Chittagong harbor is situated in which country?
21) Which of the following is not awarded by Bharat Ratan?
22) When was the name of NREGA is changed to MGNREGA?
23) Which of the following state shares border form three sides (North , South and west) with Bangladesh?
24) Mark for quality authentication of food products?
25) Which of these presidents has also been the Labor Minister of India?
26) Which of the following article is related to the Right to education?
27) With which hand does Smriti Mandhana bowl?
28) Which of the following mountain peak is not in Nepal?
29) Conjunctivitis diseases is related to which of the following body parts?
30) Study of Spiders is called?
31) Convert 36-degree F into Degree C?
32) Which of the following mosque is built using black marbles?
33) From which European country Greco Buddhist Art is taken?
34) Who has developed a technique called hydrothermal carbonization by which energy can be generated from solid waste with high moisture?
35) What is the full form of T in OTCT?
36) When did Gandhiji returned to India from South Africa?
37) Who is the author of A Better India: A Better World?
38) Which is multiplied with force to get the power released by an object in a straight line?
39) Who is the author of the book called India Wins Freedom?
40) Ambubachi Mela is held in which state?
41) Which of the following cities is not situated on the bank of the Ganga river?
42) When did PM Indira Gandhi imposed an emergency in the country?
43) Matheran Hill station is situated in which state?
44) Which of the following article abolished untouchability?
45) Schedule 11 is related to which of the following?
46) What is the scientific name of the bat?
47) Who was the temporary Member of the Constitution Assembly?
48) How many times was the preamble of the Indian Constitution amended up to 20th June 2020?
49) UIDAI falls under which Ministry?
50) Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves are situated in which part of India?
51) Which of the following is closest to Coromandel Coast?
52) Who was the 1st Portuguese Viceroy to India?
53) In which province of Pakistan, the place Mehrgarh of Indus Valley Civilization situated?
54) Koneru Humpy is associated with which game?
55) Which of the following is not an oilseed?
56) How many chambers are there in the heart of the crocodile?
57) Which dam of India is close to the border of Bangladesh?
58) Barabati Satadium is located at?
59) Who has been given the title of Loknayak?
60) When did Jahangir become the Sultan of Delhi?
61) How many times Pakistan reached the final of the ICC One Day World Cup?
62) What is the symbol of Arsenic?
63) Which of the following poet is also known by the name of ” Nirala “?
64) Who is the author of the Book The Life Divine?
65) Which of the following state was formed in 2000?
66) What is the study of the environment called?
67) Which city hosted the 2000 summer Olympics?
68) When did GST is applied all over India?
69) When did Hunter Commission was formed?
70) Part 4 of the Indian Constitution is related to which of the following?
71) Sathish Sivalingam is associated with which sports?
72) LTTE a terrorist organization in Srilanka , What is the full form of T?
73) Which of the following is related to the heart?
74) Who was the first Indian badminton player to become an Olympics silver medalist?
75) When was the first summit of SAARC organized?
76) Jan Gan Mann was first recited in which session?
77) Which of the following was not the ruler of Mewar Kingdom?
78) Which part of the brain helps in picking up a pencil from the floor?
79) Padmanabhaswamy Temple is situated in which city of Kerala?
80) Makbara of I’timad-ud-Daulah is situated at?
81) Which Ministry distributes Khel Ratan Awards?
82) who is the author of We Are Displaced: My Journey and Stories from Refugee Girls Around the World?
83) Bonalu and Bathukamma festival is celebrated in which state?
84) Kalinjur Fort is situated in?
85) Bangladesh was part of Pakistan from which year to which year?
86) Meridian 90 east of Greenwich line does not pass through which of the following state/country?
87) When did the princely state of Hyderabad merge with India?
88) Who was the 24th Governor of RBI?
89) Who is the head coach of the Indian Nation Football Team?
90) Who publishes the Index of Economic Freedom?
91) Leukemia disease is related to?
92) The main plant of TISKO company is situated at?
93) How many atoms of hydrogen are there in Sodium Bicarbonate?
94) How many mandalas are there in Rigveda?
95) Viticulture is the study of?
96) 1 horsepower is how many watts?
97) How many days are there between two Amavasya?
98) Sustainable Development Goal is related to which of the following?
99) Who converted Ramayana into Farsi?
100) Where is Govardhan Math situated?
101) Silent Valley National Park is situated at?
102) What is it called when day and night are equal?
103) Article 24 is related to?
104) Headquarters of WTO is situated at?
105) What is the meaning of electron in Greek?
106) Are of Goa?
107) Birhul Tribe is located in which state?
108) Harsimrat Kaur was minister of which ministry before 30th June 2020?
109) Longest wall of India is situated at?
110) Who is the governor of Maharastra?
111) Who currently holds the Corporate Affairs ministry?
112) When Did the First Anglo Sikh war happened?
113) Vishvnath Anand is associated with which game?
114) Joshna Shinappa is associated with which game?
115) Question-related to Henry Law?
116) What is the effect of temperature on the electrical conduction of a metallic conductor?
117) Who got the first Nobel Prize in physics from India?
118) Teejan bai was given Padam Vibhusan in which field?
119) Dogri language is related to which region?
120) Length of the border that India shares with Afghanistan?
121) The person working in the field of Electromagnetic induction is?
122) Sundergarh is related to which state?
123) Fouaad Mirza is associated with which game?

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SSC CPO Cut Off

SSC CPO Cut-Off 2020: The Staff Selection Commission has successfully conducted the SSC PO Tier 1 Exams at various centers across India. In this article, we will be discussing the expected cut-off of this year’s SSC PO Tier 1 Exam which the aspirants have to meet in order to qualify. Along with this year’s expected cut-off, we will be looking at the previous year’s cut-offs. The previous year’s cut-off for the Paper 1 exam gives you an insight into the minimum marks to be scored in the exam. The category wise SSC CPO cut off over the years for Males and females selected for the next stage of the SSC CPO exam has been provided in this article for Paper 1 and Paper 2 exam. According to our experts and our analysis, this year’s expected cut-off will be 106 to 111. Let us now look at the previous year’s cut-offs.

SSC CPO Cut Off For Paper 1 2019

The SSC CPO previous year cut off marks for Paper 1 2019. Check the SSC CPO Paper 1 cut off marks for the exam held in 2019.

SSC CPO Cut Off 2019 Marks For Paper 1
Male Female
UR 101.19 104.12
OBC 91.28 97.78
SC 70.67 75.45
ST 74.54 73.59
EWS 86.95 91.72

 

SSC CPO Paper-I Previous Years Cut Off Of Male Candidates

The year-wise cut off for SSC CPO Paper I of male candidates is given in the table below. Competition in the SSC CPO exam has been on the rise, as seen from the data provided below.

Category
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
General 85.00 88.25 89.75 117.25 140.08
OBC 70.00 74.00 77.00 102.00 133.36
SC 63.25 68.00 67.75 90.25 111.17
ST 59.25 65.00 67.25 90.00 111.17
Ex-Servicemen 40.00 63.00 30.00 43.00 70.00

 

SSC CPO Paper-I Previous Years Cut Off Of Female Candidates

Check out the table given below for SSC CPO Paper I Previous Years cut off of female candidates:

Category
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
General 81.85 83.00 83.50 112.50 137.60
OBC 68.00 70.75 69.50 97.75 127.51
SC 61.00 62.00 60.25 84.75 99.50
ST 54.00 60.00 58.25 81.00 110.31
Ex-Servicemen 30.00

 

Check last year SSC CPO Cut Off and then make your strategy to attempt Practice Test and plan your studies accordingly for the upcoming SSC CPO examinations. While attempting the mock tests try to score marks more than the previous year’s cutoffs. As you can see the pattern of cut off, it’s increasing every year. So focus on scoring more marks with 100% accuracy.

SSC CPO Salary, Job Profile, and Career Growth

SSC CPO Cut Off: Determining factors

There are various factors that determine the SSC CPO cut off and its basis. The factors responsible for determining the cut off include:

  1. The number of candidates appeared in the exam
  2. Normalization of scores
  3. Overall vacancies
  4. The difficulty level of exam
  5. The shift in which the exam was conducted

SSC CPO 2018 Cut off (Paper 1+2)

The SSC CPO 2018 Cut off marks for Paper 1 and Paper 2 is provided below:

Cut-off Marks (Paper-I+ Paper-II)
Male Female
UR 300.15 286.81
OBC 196.50 258.38
SC 190.02 223.26
ST 169.03 207.46
ESM 211.93

 

SSC CPO 2017 Cut off (Paper 1+2)

The overall cut off of the SSC CPO 2017 exam after Paper 2 is given in the table below.

Category Cut-off Marks (Paper I+II) Out of 400 marks
Male  Female
General 293.50  264.75
OBC 271.75  192.00
SC  217.50  161.00
ST  230.00  140.50
Ex-s 204


SSC CPO Paper-2 2016 Cut 
Off:-

The SSC CPO 2016 cut off for Paper 2 is provided below:

Category
2016
Male
Female
General 70.00 70.00
OBC 60.00 60.00
SC 50.00 50.00
ST 50.00 50.00
Ex-Servicemen 40.00

SSC CPO Final Cut off 2016 – Posts wise

Posts Category Male Female
SI in Delhi Police General 287.25 260.75
OBC 282.25 247.25
SC 281 218.75
ST 247.25 191
SI in BSF
Border Security Forces
General 234.75 225
OBC 222.50 206.75
SC 153.75 169.50
ST 183 182
SI in Central Industrial Security Forces General 256 235
OBC 237.75 220.50
SC 193 182.25
ST 197.25 183
SI in Central Reserve Police Force General 233.25
OBC 222.25
SC 163
ST 187.25
SI in Indo – Tibetan Border Police General 259.25
OBC 236.25
SC 184.75
ST
SI in Sashastra Seema Bal
 
 
 
General 252 231
OBC 234.75 213.50
SC 185 172.50
ST 194 178.75
ASI in Sashastra Seema Bal
 
 
 
General 226 212.25
OBC 214.50 198.75
SC 144.75 156
ST 173 171.50

 

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SSC CPO Cut Off FAQs

Q. What is the cut off of SSC CPO 2019 for general category male?

The cut off of SSC CPO 2019 for general category male was 101.19 marks.

Q. What is the SSC CPO cut off 2019 for general category females?

The SSC CPO cut off 2019 for general category females was 104.12 marks.

Q. What is the SSC CPO cut off 2019 for OBC category males?

The SSC CPO cut off 2019 for OBC category males was 91.28 marks.

Q. What is the SSC CPO cut off 2019 for OBC category females?

The SSC CPO cut off 2019 for OBC category females was 97.78 marks.

Q. How is the SSC CPO cut off calculated?

SSC CPO cut off is calculated category wise for males and females separately.

Q. Is there sectional cutoff in SSC CPO?

No, there is no sectional cut off in SSC CPO.

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Current Affairs
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Geography
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5:00 PM Nuclear Power Plants In India https://youtu.be/lQyxPrT_N_k
History
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2:00 PM Kothari Commission https://youtu.be/7S4QaszqBWE
5:30 PM Indian Universities Act 1904 https://youtu.be/D4Qfa3OP8og
Economics
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Environment
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Today’s Schedule for UPSC/State PCS Videos

Subjects Timing Topics Name Video Link
Current Affairs 8:30 AM Google Pay & CCI https://youtu.be/ZEtCLpKYpoA
12:00 PM Saffron Cultivation in Northern India https://youtu.be/mFsrFWqg1ro
3:30 PM Polavaram Project https://youtu.be/4b3fNu93EcA
Polity 9.00 am Cabinet Mission https://youtu.be/PgeecHiBOVE
12:30 PM The Union Executive (President) https://youtu.be/QBZ7fGxBWtk
4:00 PM President Part-2 (Electoral College) https://youtu.be/efXvh3_3JVc
General Science 9:30 AM Respiratory Diseases Part-2 https://youtu.be/XWaACjdlgT8
1:00 PM Pituitary Gland https://youtu.be/bWVQ9yvrPGU
4:30 PM Thyroid Gland https://youtu.be/QOPdneXrwpk
Geography 10:00 AM Agriculture in India-I https://youtu.be/ofAM0xxrxHY
1:30 PM Agriculture in India-II https://youtu.be/86NwnpK6H64
5:00 PM Cash Crop in India https://youtu.be/twm8i8B5mEg
History 10:30 AM Colonialism(Merchant Capital) https://youtu.be/-eDox-7AdBU
2:00 PM Education System (British India) https://youtu.be/0nIiaq-eh-w
5:30 PM Wood’s Despatch https://youtu.be/stMRwK_icsQ
Economics 11:00 AM Tulip (The Urban Learning Internship Program) https://youtu.be/76HIn7rt4pw
2:30 PM PM SVANidhi https://youtu.be/poaiI-5BLaA
6:00 PM ATAL Bhujal Yojana https://youtu.be/yvWGnNM1CE0
Environment 11:30 AM Jim Corbett National Park https://youtu.be/edMDIcvfJWQ
3:00 PM Kaziranga National Park https://youtu.be/SOmvh3UG7HE
6:30 PM Silent Valley https://youtu.be/2EH4j0X7fgQ

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SSC CGL Tier-2 Exam Analysis: The staff selection commission has conducted the SSC CGL Tier-2 examination. This exam consisted of English language and quantitative aptitude with 200 marks allotted to each subject. Right after the exam, the candidates must be looking for the exam analysis in order to get an overview of the exam that they gave and to analyze their own performance. In this article, we will be discussing the Exam Analysis of SSC CGL Tier-2.

SSC CGL Tier-2 Exam analysis

Let’s have a look at the section-wise exam analysis for SSC CGL Tier-2 in detail and the types of questions that were asked this  year.

SSC CGL Cut Off Comparison with Previous Years

Quantitative abilities [Moderate]

This section in this year’s exam consisted of arithmetic and advanced maths. As per the reviews of the aspirants who appeared for this examination this section was seen to be of easy to moderate level. Let’s have a look at the topic Wise distribution of questions that were asked in the table given below.

S.No. Topics Number Of Questions Level of difficulty
1 Number System/HCF/LCM 7 Easy
2 Percentage, Average 10 Easy
3 Time & Work , Pipe & Cistern 6 Easy-moderate
4 Profit & Loss , Discount 10 Easy
5 Ratio, Mixture & Alligation 6 Easy
6 Time Speed Distance , Boat & Stream Trains 4 Easy-moderate
7 Interest (CI & SI) 4 moderate
8 Geometry 18 moderate
9 Mensuration 11 Easy
10 Trigonometry, Height & Distance 6-7 moderate
11 DI 5 moderate
12 Algebra 7 Easy-moderate
13 Surds & Indices , Simplification 2 easy
14 Misc. 4-5 moderate
  Total 100 Questions Moderate

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Q. AB is diameter of a circle with centre ‘O’ and ABCD is a cyclic quadrilateral, ∠COD = 60°, On extending AD and BC they meet at P. Find ∠APB.

Q. ABC is a triangle in which ∠CAB = 80° and ∠ABC = 50°, AE, BF and CD are the altitudes and O is the orthocenter. What is the value of ∠AOB ?

Q.ABC is a right angle triangle ∠B = 90° and BD is the median. O is the centroid of triangle. Find the length of OB if AB = 9 cm and AC = 41 cm.

Q.∆ABC is drawn to circumscribe a circle of radius 4 cm such that the segment BD and DC into which BC is devided by point of contact D are of length 8 cm and 6 cm respectively.Find sides AB and AC?

Q.A semi-circle is drawn with AB as its diameter. From C, a point on AB, a line perpendicular to AB is drawn meeting the circumference of the semi-circle at D. Given that AC = 2 cm and CD = 6 cm, the area of the semi-circle (in sq cm) will be :

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SBI PO 2020: SBI PO Notification, SBI PO Syllabus, Vacancy, Exam Pattern, and Others Details

SBI PO 2020: The State Bank of India has released the SBI PO Notification 2020 on its official website https://www.sbi.co.in/. A total 2000 vacancies for SBI PO 2020 declared on 13th November 2020. All the ineterested candidates who were eagerly waiting for this coveted job recruitment can apply online for for SBI PO from 14th November to 4th December 2020. We are providing you all the relevant information related to SBI PO recruitment notifications here like: Application form, Eligibility Criteria, Vacancy etc.

SBI PO 2020 Notification

SBI PO 2020 Notification has been released on the official Website of SBI i.e @sbi.co.in on 13th November 2020.  We are also providing you the direct link to download the notification. The prelims exam for SBI PO 2020-21 is scheduled on 31st December 2020, 2nd, 4th & 5th January 2021. Candidates can download official notification of SBI PO 2020 by clicking given below link:

SBI PO 2020: Table of Contents

  1. SBI PO Recruitment
  2. SBI PO Notification
  3. Important Dates- SBI PO 2020 Exam Dates
  4. SBI PO Online Application
  5. SBI PO 2020 Application Fee
  6. SBI PO Salary 2020
  7. SBI PO Syllabus 2020
  8.  SBI PO 2020 Exam Summary
  9. SBI PO 2020 Vacancy
  10. SBI PO Number of Attempts
  11.  SBI PO 2020 Exam Centre
  12. SBI PO Previous Years Cut-off Analysis
  13. SBI PO Previous Years Exam Analysis
  14. SBI PO Preparation Tips
  15. SBI PO Previous Year Papers
  16. SBI PO Result 2020
  17. Frequently Asked Questions: SBI PO 2020

Important Dates- SBI PO 2020 Exam Dates

Sr. No. SBI PO notification 2020-21 Activity Dates
1 SBI PO 2020 Notification Release Date 13 November 2020
1 SBI PO Apply Online Start Dates 14 November 2020
2 SBI PO Prelims Exam Date 31st December 2020, 2nd, 4th & 5th January 2021
3 Result of Online exam – Preliminary 3rd week of January 2021
4 SBI PO Mains Exam Date 29th January 2021
5 Result of Online Examination – Main 3rd/ 4th week of February 2021
6 Download Call Letter for Personal Interview 3rd/ 4th week of February 2021 onwards
7 Conduct of Group Exercises & Interview February/ March 2021
8 Declaration of Final Result Last week of March 2021

SBI PO 2020 Apply Online

The SBI PO notification 2020 is released and all the interested candidates will be able to apply online from 14th November 2020. The direct link to apply online for SBI PO 2020 is given below:

Direct Link to Apply Online for SBI PO 2020

The following are the steps to apply online for SBI PO recruitment, that’ll be helpful once the online application link is active.

After completing the registration process- log in using your registration id and password and fill in your personal and education details in the online application form for SBI PO 2020. After completing the form, make payment and submit your application.

SBI PO 2020 Application Fee

As per SBI notification 2020 Given below is the category wise fee structure for SBI PO apply online. The fee in any circumstance will not be refund once paid. It differs category wise.

Sr. No. Category Application Fee
1 SC/ST/PWD Nil
2 General and Others Rs. 750/- (App. Fee including intimation charges)

SBI PO 2020 Recruitment

  • SBI PO is an all India competitive exam conducted by State Bank of India (SBI) to recruit Probationary Officers who work in various branches of SBI in India as well as abroad.
  • SBI PO is one of the most coveted jobs in banking sector which offers lucrative salary as well as excellent career progression.
  • The SBI Probationer Officer (PO) works in the Junior Management Grade Scale-I (JMGS-I).
  • It is a three stage recruitment process namely: Prelims, Mains and G.D and Interview.
  • The final merit list is prepared by considering the mains examination marks and Interview marks in the 75:25 ratio.

SBI PO Prelims Study Plan 2020

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SBI PO 2020 Exam Summary

Given below are all the important points related to SBI PO 2020 Exam:

Name of Exam  SBI PO 2020 Exam
Conducting Body State Bank of India
Periodicity Annually
Exam Level National
Mode of Exam Online
Exam Rounds 3 (Prelims + Mains + Interview)
SBI PO 2020 Selection Stages Prelims, Main Exam, Group Discussion/ Interview
Candidates Expected to Register for SBI PO 2020 9-10 lakhs
Available Seats 2000
Job Location Across India
Official Website sbi.co.in
SBI PO Helpline 022 – 2282 0427

SBI PO 2020 Vacancy

The State Bank of India has invited the application for SBI Probationary Officer for 2000 vacancies. The candidates will have to apply online to appear in the first phase of this exam that is online preliminary test. The details for SBI PO Vacancy 2020 are:

Category SC ST OBC EWS GEN Total
Vacancy 300 150 540 200 810 2000

The vacancies of SBI PO varied from 1500-2200 over the last seven years. In 2019 there were 2000 vacancies. Candidates can visualize the graph below for complete analysis. Based on number of vacancies candidates will be shortlisted for subsequent stages i.e. SBI PO mains SBI PO 2020 Interview.

SBI PO Salary 2020

SBI offers one of the greatest salary package along with other benefits as given below:

SBI PO Salary (Basic Pay) Rs 27620/-
Dearness Allowance Of SBI PO 46.9% of the basic pay
City Compensatory Allowance(CCA) 3% or 4%(depending on the place of posting)
Leased House Accommodation Minimum- Rs 8000/-(Rural areas)Maximum- Rs 29500/-(Urban Areas)
Furniture Allowance Rs 120000/-
Medical Insurance 100% for employees75% for families
Travelling Allowance Reimbursement for AC-2Tier (Exclusively for official travels)
Petrol Rs 1100-Rs 1300
Miscellaneous Rs 4000/-
Total Compensation(Annually) 7.5 lakhs to 12.9 lakhs
Loan Benefits Employees get Concession on interest rates

SBI PO In-Hand Salary 2020: Check Here

SBI PO Eligibility Criteria

SBI PO Eligibility Criteria  will be updated once the official notification is released. The SBI PO eligibility criteria according to previous year notification is as follows. The eligibility criteria is subject to change.

Essential Academic Qualifications:

  • Graduation in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government.
  • Basic knowledge of computer is a must.
  • The date of passing eligibility examination will be the date appearing on the mark sheet or provisional certificate issued by the University/Institute.

Age Criteria:

Minimum Age Limit: 21 Years
Maximum Age Limit: 30 Years

SBI PO Exam Pattern 2020

SBI PO is a three-tier exam i.e. preliminary exam, main exam followed by Group Discussion & Personal Interview. Following is the expected exam pattern of SBI PO 2020 according to previous year notification.

Phase-IPreliminary Examination
Preliminary Examination consisting of Objective Tests for 100 marks is conducted online. This test is of 1-hour duration consisting of 3 Sections(with separate timings for each section) as follows:

S.No. Name of Tests(Objective No. of Questions Maximum Marks Duration
1 English Language 30 30 20 minutes
2 Quantitative Aptitude 35 35 20 minutes
3 Reasoning Ability 35 35 20 minutes
Total 100 100 60 minutes

Candidates have to qualify the test by securing passing marks to be decided by the Bank. There will be no sectional cutoff. An adequate number of candidates in each category as decided by the Bank (approximately 10 times the numbers of vacancies subject to availability) are shortlisted for the Main Examination.

Phase – IIMain Examination
Main Examination consists of Objective Tests for 200 marks and Descriptive Test for 50 marks. Both the Objective and Descriptive Tests is online. Candidates have to answer Descriptive test by typing on the computer. Immediately after completion of the Objective Test, Descriptive Test is administered.

S.No. Name of Tests(Objective) No. of Questions Maximum Marks Duration
1 Reasoning & Computer Aptitude 45 60 60 minutes
2 English Language 35 40 40 minutes
3 Data Analysis & Interpretation 35 60 45 minutes
4 General/ Economy/ Banking Awareness 40 40 35 minutes
Total 155 200 3 Hours
  1. Objective Test: The objective test is of 3 hours duration & consists of 4 Sections for total 200 marks. The objective test has separate timing for every section.
  1. Descriptive Test: The Descriptive Test of 30 minutes duration with 50 marks is a Test of English Language (Letter Writing & Essay). The candidates are required to qualify in the Descriptive Test by securing passing marks, to be decided by the Bank. Descriptive Test paper of only those candidates will be evaluated who have scored qualifying marks in the Objective Tests and are placed adequately high as per total marks in the objective test.

Penalty for Wrong Answers (Applicable to both – Preliminary and Main examination): There will be a penalty for wrong answers marked in the Objective Tests. For each question for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate one-fourth of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty to arrive at corrected score. If a question is left blank, i.e. no answer is marked by the candidate, there will be no penalty for that question.

Phase – IIIGroup Exercises (20 marks) & Interview (30 marks)

The aggregate marks of candidates qualifying in both the Objective Tests and Descriptive Test are arranged in descending order in each category. The adequate number of candidates in each category, as decided by the Bank are called for Group Exercises and Interview. The qualifying marks in Group Exercises & Interview are decided by the Bank.

SBI PO Syllabus 2020

The three-tier process in SBI PO exam was introduced in the year 2015. Generally, the syllabus of SBI PO remains same. Click below to  view SBI PO Syllabus. The SBI PO syllabus mentioned below is according to  previous years. The syllabus is subject to change.

SBI PO Syllabus

Prelims Syllabus- Given below is the syllabus of Prelims examination.

Reasoning Ability Quantitative Aptitude English Language
Logical Reasoning Simplification Reading Comprehension
Alphanumeric Series Profit & Loss Cloze Test
Ranking/Direction/
Alphabet Test
Mixtures &Alligations Para jumbles
Data Sufficiency Simple Interest & Compound
Interest & Surds & Indices
Multiple Meaning / Error Spotting
Coded Inequalities Work & Time Fill in the blanks
Seating Arrangement Time & Distance Miscellaneous
Puzzle Mensuration – Cylinder, Cone, Sphere Paragraph Completion
Tabulation Data Interpretation
Syllogism Ratio & Proportion, Percentage
Blood Relations Number Systems
Input-Output Sequence & Series
Coding-Decoding Permutation, Combination &
Probability

Mains Exam Syllabus- Given below is the syllabus of Mains examination of SBI PO 2020.

Reasoning Data Analysis & interpretation English
Language
General
Economy
Banking Awareness
Computer
Awareness
Verbal Reasoning Tabular Graph Reading
Comprehension
Financial
Awareness
Internet
Syllogism Line Graph Grammar Current Affairs Memory
Circular Seating
Arrangement
Pie Chart Vocabulary General
Knowledge
Keyboard
Shortcuts
Linear Seating
Arrangement
Bar Graph Verbal Ability Static Awareness Computer
Abbreviation
Double Lineup Radar Graph Caselet Word Association Banking and
Financial
Awareness
Microsoft Office
Scheduling Missing DI Sentence
Improvement
Computer Hardware
Input Output Caselet DI Para Jumbles Computer Software
Blood Relations Data Sufficiency Cloze Test Operating System
Directions and
Distances
Probability Error Spotting Networking
Ordering and
Ranking
Permutation and
Combination
Fill in the blanks Computer  –
Fundamentals /
Terminologies
Data Sufficiency
Coding and
Decoding
Code Inequalities
Course of Action
Critical
Reasoning
Analytical and
Decision Making

SBI PO 2020 Exam Centre

It is important that students should check out the list of all the exam centres that are available before  filling the online application form. Given below is the list of exam centres for prelims as well as for main examination.

The list of Centres for SBI PO 2020 Prelims Exam:

State Code Exam Centres for Prelims Exam State/UT
11 Port Blair Andaman & Nicobar
12 Chirala, Chittoor, Guntur, Kakinada, Kurnool, Nellore, Ongole, Puttur, Rajahmundhry, Srikakulam, Tirupati, Vijaywada, Vishakhapatnam, Vizianagaram Andhra Pradesh
13 Itanagar, Naharlagun Arunachal Pradesh
14 Dibrugarh, Guwahati, Jorhat, Kokrajhar, Silchar Tezpur Assam
15 Arrah, Aurangabad, Bihar Sharif, Bhagalpur, Darbhanga, Gaya, Hajipur, Muzaffarpur Patna, Purnea, Samastipur, Siwan Bihar
16 Chandigarh Chandigarh
17 Bhilai, Bilaspur, Raipur Chhattisgarh
18 Panaji, Verna Goa
19 Ahmedabad, Anand, Gandhinagar, Himmatnagar, Jamnagar, Mehsana, Rajkot, Surat, Vadodara Gujarat
20 Ambala, Bahadurgarh, Hissar, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Panipat, Palwal, Sonipat, Yamunanagar Haryana
21 Baddi, Bilaspur, Dharamshala, Hamirpur, Kangra, Kullu, Mandi, Shimla, Sirmaur, Solan, Una Himachal Pradesh
22 Jammu, Kathua, Samba, Srinagar Jammu & Kashmir
23 Bokaro, Dhanbad, Hazaribag, Jamshedpur, Ranchi Jharkhand
24 Belgaum, Bengaluru, Bidar, Gulbarga, Hubli, Mangalore, Mysore, Shimoga, Udipi Karnataka
25 Alappuzha, Kannur, Kochi, Kollam, Kottayam, Kozhikode, Malappuram, Palakkad, Thrichur, Thiruvananthapuram Kerala
26 Kavarrati Lakshwadeep
27 Bhopal, Gwalior, Indore, Jabalpur, Satna, Sagar, Ujjain Madhya Pradesh
28 Amaravati, Aurangabad, Chandrapur, Dhule Jalgaon, Kolhapur, Latur, Mumbai/ Thane/Navi Mumbai, Nagpur, Nanded, Nasik, Pune, Ratnagiri, Sangli, Satara Maharashtra
29 Imphal Manipur
30 Ri-Bhoi, Shillong Meghalaya
31 Aizawal Mizoram
32 Kohima Nagaland
33 Delhi, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Greater Noida, Gurgaon Delhi -NCR
34 Angul, Balasore, Bargarh, Baripada, Berhampur (Ganjam), Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Dhenkanal, Jharsuguda, Rourkela, Sambalpur Odisha
35 Puducherry Puducherry
36 Amritsar, Bhatinda, Fatehgarh Sahib, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Mohali, Pathankot, Patiala, Phagwara, Sangrur Punjab
37 Ajmer, Alwar, Bhilwara, Bikaner, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Sikar, Udaipur Rajasthan
38 Gangtok Sikkim
39 Chennai, Coimbatore, Dindigul, Krishnagiri, Madurai, Nagercoil, Namakkal, Perambalur, Salem, Thanjavur, Thiruchirapalli, Tirunelvelli, Thoothukodi, Vellore Tamilnadu
40 Hyderabad, Karimnagar, Khammam, Warangal Telangana
41 Agartala Tripura
42 Agra, Aligarh, Allahabad, Bareilly, Bulandshaher, Gorakhpur, Jhansi, Kanpur, Lucknow, Mathura, Meerut, Moradabad, Muzaffarnagar, Unnao, Varanasi Uttar Pradesh
43 Dehradun, Haldwani, Haridwar, Roorkee Uttarakhand
44 Asansol, Berhampur (West Bengal), Bardhaman, Durgapur, Hooghly, Howrah, Kalyani, Greater Kolkata, Siliguri West Bengal

The list of Centres for SBI PO 2020 Mains Exam:

State Code Exam Centre for Mains Exam State/UT
11 Port Blair Andaman & Nicobar
12 Guntur, Kurnool, Vijaywada, Vishakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh
13 Itanagar Arunachal Pradesh
14 Guwahati, Assam
15 Arrah, Hajipur, Patna Bihar
16 Chandigarh Chandigarh
17 Raipur Chhattisgarh
18 Panaji Goa
19 Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar Gujarat
20 Bahadurgarh, Hissar Haryana
21 Shimla, Solan, Himachal Pradesh
22 Jammu, Srinagar Jammu & Kashmir
23 Jamshedpur, Ranchi Jharkhand
24 Bengaluru Karnataka
25 Kochi,Thiruvananthapuram Kerala
26 Kavarrati Lakshwadeep
27 Bhopal, Indore Madhya Pradesh
28 Aurangabad, Nagpur, Pune, Mumbai/ Thane/ Navi Mumbai Maharashtra
29 Imphal Manipur
30 Shillong Meghalaya
31 Aizawal Mizoram
32 Kohima Nagaland
33 Delhi, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Greater Noida, Gurgaon Delhi -NCR
34 Bhubaneswar, Odisha
35 Puducherry Puducherry
36 Bhatinda, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Mohali, Patiala Punjab
37 Jaipur Rajasthan
38 Gangtok Sikkim
39 Chennai, Madurai, Tirunelvelli Tamilnadu
40 Hyderabad Telangana
41 Agartala Tripura
42 Agra, Allahabad, Kanpur, Lucknow, Meerut, Varanasi Uttar Pradesh
43 Dehradun Uttarakhand
44 Hooghly, Kalyani, Greater Kolkata West Bengal

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SBI PO Number of Attempts

Given below are the number of attempts for each category which are allowed in SBI PO 2020.

General/EWS 4
General (PwD) 7
OBC 7
OBC (PwD) 7
SC/ST (PwD) No Restriction

SBI PO Previous Years Cut-off Analysis

The SBI PO Cut-Off depends upon certain factors:
  • Total Number of Vacancies
  • No. of aspirants who appeared for the exam
  • Difficulty level and average good attempts

Here is the SBI PO Prelims Cut-off Analysis of previous years:

Here is the SBI PO Final Cut-off Analysis of previous years:

NOTE: The above graph shows SBI PO Cut-off trends from 2016-2019. The minimum qualifying marks are of UR (Unreserved Category).

SBI PO Previous Years Exam Analysis

Aspirants who are preparing for SBI are advised to go through SBI PO Exam Analysis. The exam review will help you to analyze the examination level & the types of questions that are being asked in SBI PO examination.

SBI PO Prelims Exam Analysis 2019

SBI PO Main Exam Analysis 2019

SBI PO 2020 Preparation Tips

This exam needs a lot of dedicated hours of preparation. You cannot just sit there and clear this exam. Make sure you stick to the syllabus given above and work accordingly. Do not study extra and unnecessary as it will only kill your time. Given below are some tips that will help you to get an edge in your preparation:

  • Take mock tests timely and analyze them properly.
  • Make sure that you devote extra time to the subject which is weak.
  • Practice puzzles and data interpretation on a daily basis.
  • Go through previous year papers as they will help you to understand the exam pattern.
  • Prepare the general awareness section from the beginning. Do not leave it for the last minute.
  • Read Newspaper daily as it will help you to cover majority of your syllabus.

SBI PO Previous Year Papers

SBI PO Memory Based Papers set is a blueprint of exact types of questions which have been asked in SBI PO exam. Download the memory based PDF from the links mentioned below.

SBI PO 2016-18 Prelims Memory Based Paper

SBI PO Result 

The SBI PO Result will be updated once it is released by State Bank of India. Generally, the result is released in three stages i.e. SBI PO prelims result followed by SBI PO mains result and subsequently SBI PO Final Result.

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FAQ: SBI PO 2020 Notification

Q. When will the SBI PO notification be released for 2020?

Ans. SBI PO 2020 notification is released on 13th November 2020.

Q. When will Online application for SBI PO 2020 start?

Ans. The SBI PO 2020 Online Application will start on 14th November 2020.

Q. What is SBI PO 2020 salary?

Ans. SBI PO basic salary is 27650/-

Q. Is SBI PO 2020 exam tough?

Ans. SBI PO exam is tough because of the less number of vacancies and more number of applicants but with right strategy you can easily clear it.

Q. Which bank offers the highest salary?

Ans. SBI is known to offer great salary to its employees.

Q. What are the maximum number of attempts for SBI PO 2020 for general students?

Ans. General students have maximum of four attempts.

Q. What is the SBI PO 2019 cut-off for general category for prelims?

Ans. 71 was the cut-off for general category for Prelims 2019.

RRB NTPC Syllabus: Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) will tentatively conduct the recruitment exam from 15th of December 2020 for various posts of Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) like Accounts Clerk cum Typist, Commercial cum Ticket Clerk, Junior Clerk cum Typist, Goods Guard, etc in various Zonal Railways. Railway Recruitment Board has released RRB NTPC application status 2020 for 35,208 Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) graduate and undergraduate posts in various Zonal Railways and Production Units of Indian Railways. 

In order to qualify the RRB NTPC 2020 Exam,  complete knowledge of the RRB NTPC Syllabus and Exam Pattern. The Recruitment Notification has been released for Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) Posts by Railway Recruitment Board (RRB). Let’s have a look at the detailed RRB NTPC 2020 Exam Pattern & Syllabus.

Latest Update

  • Railway Recruitment Board has released RRB NTPC application status 2020 for Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) graduate and undergraduate posts in various Zonal Railways and Production Units of Indian Railways.
  • Railway Chairman [VK Yadav] has declared RRB NTPC Exam dates in his latest interaction with media. According to him, Railway will tentatively conduct RRB NTPC Exam from 15th of December 2020.

RRB NTPC Application Status Out: Check RRB NTPC Application Status

RRB NTPC Notification
RRB NTPC Exam Pattern
RRB NTPC Cut Off
RRB NTPC Admit Card
RRB NTPC Salary
RRB NTPC Study Plan

Railway Syllabus and Exam Pattern

RRB NTPC Syllabus 2020 For Stage 1

RRB NTPC Syllabus Subject wise : The Questions will be of objective type with multiple choices and will include questions about the three topics namely General Awareness, Mathematics and General Intelligence and Reasoning.

RRB NTPC EXAM Subjects (100 Marks)

Syllabus of RRB NTPC Topics

Mathematics (30 Marks) Syllabus 

General Awareness Syllabus

(40 Marks)

  • Current Events of National and International Importance
  • Monuments and Places of India
  • Games and Sports
  • Art and Culture of India
  • Indian Literature
  • Indian Polity and Governance- constitution and political system
  • General Science and Life Science (up to 10th CBSE)
  • History of India and Freedom Struggle
  • UN and Other important World Organizations
  • Physical Social and Economic Geography of India and World
  • General Scientific and Technological Developments including Space and Nuclear Program of India
  • Environmental Issues Concerning India and World at Large
  • Basics of Computers and Computer Applications
  • Abbreviations
  • Indian Economy
  • Flagship Government Programs
  • Famous Personalities of India and World
  • Important Government and Public Sector Organizations of India etc.

General Intelligence and Reasoning (30 Marks) Syllabus 

  • Completion of Number and Alphabetical Series
  • Mathematical Operations
  • Relationships
  • Analogies
  • Analytical Reasoning
  • Syllogism
  • Data Sufficiency
  • Statement- Conclusion
  • Statement- Courses of Action
  • Decision Making
  • Coding and Decoding
  • Jumbling
  • Venn Diagrams
  • Puzzle
  • Interpretation of Graphs, etc.

RRB NTPC CBT 1 Exam Pattern 

As per Syllabus of RRB NTPC the stage 1 exam contains 100 questions to be attempted in 90 minutes. The subject wise exam pattern is given below:

Sections Maximum Marks
General Awareness 40
Mathematics 30
General Intelligence and Reasoning 30
Total 100
Total no of questions – 100 Time – 90 Minutes

RRB NTPC Syllabus For Stage 2

The topics included in stage 2 will be the same as that of stage 1 but with a different marking scheme. The RRB NTPC Syllabus 2020 following topics are comes in Stage 2:

RRB NTPC Subjects (120 Marks) RRB NTPC Exam syllabus
Subject wise Topics
RRB NTPC General Awareness Syllabus (50 Marks)
  • Current Events of National and International Importance
  • Monuments and Places of India
  • Games and Sports
  • Art and Culture of India
  • Indian Literature
  • Indian Polity and Governance- constitution and political system
  • General Science and Life Science (up to 10th CBSE)
  • History of India and Freedom Struggle
  • UN and Other important World Organizations
  • Physical Social and Economic Geography of India and World
  • General Scientific and Technological Developments including Space and Nuclear Program of India
  • Environmental Issues Concerning India and World at Large
  • Basics of Computers and Computer Applications
  • Abbreviations
  • Transport Systems in India
  • Indian Economy
  • Flagship Government Programs
  • Flora and Fauna of India
  • Famous Personalities of India and World
  • Important Government and Public Sector Organizations of India etc.
RRB NTPC Maths syllabus:
Mathematics (35 Marks)
RRB NTPC General Intelligence and Reasoning Syllabus (35 Marks)
  • Completion of Number and Alphabetical Series
  • Mathematical Operations
  • Similarities and Differences
  • Relationships
  • Analogies
  • Analytical Reasoning
  • Syllogism
  • Data Sufficiency
  • Statement- Conclusion
  • Statement- Courses of Action
  • Decision Making
  • Maps
  • Coding and Decoding
  • Jumbling
  • Venn Diagrams
  • Puzzle
  • Interpretation of Graphs, etc.

RRB NTPC Exam Syllabus for History

RRB NTPC History Topics Chapters of History
Ancient History
of India
Pre-historic Period
Harappan civilization
The Vedic Civilization & Culture
The emergence of Mahajanapadas & Magadh
Religious Revolution
The Mauryan Empire
The Sangam Age
The Gupta Empire
Post Gupta Period / Vardhana Dynasty
India After Harsha
Medieval History
of India
Rajput Age
Sultanate Period
The Vijayanagar Empire
Sufi and Bhakti Movement
The Mughal Empire
Maratha State & Maratha Confederacy
Advent Of Europeans
Modern History
of India
Expansion Of British Power
Economic Impact Of British Rule
Socio-Religious Movements in 19th -20th Century
Revolt of 1857
Moderate, Extremist Phase Of Congress
The Indian National Movements
The Gandhian Era
First Phase Of Independence

 

RRB NTPC Previous Year Exam Analysis

RRB NTPC Polity Syllabus

Below are the main topics for preparation for Polity Syllabus for RRB exam 2020

  • Evolution of Indian Constitution,
  • Constituent Assembly and Making of the Constitution,
  • Different Sources of the Indian Constitution,
  • Important Articles of the Constitution
  • Important Amendments of the Constitution
  • Some Special features of the Indian Constitution.
  • Federal and Unitary features of the Indian Union
  • The preamble
  • Lapse of Paramountcy
  • Integration and Merger of Indian States
  • The Union and its Territories
  • Reorganization of States
  • Citizenship
  • Fundamental Rights
  • Directive Principles of State Policy
  • Fundamental Duties
  • The procedure of Amending the Constitution
  • Executive of the Union
  • The Parliament of India
  • Executive of the States
  • Special Position of J & K
  • Panchayats
  • Municipalities
  • The Supreme Court
  • The High Court
  • Inter-State Council
  • Finance Commission
  • Planning Commission
  • National Development Council
  • National Integration Council
  • Inter-State Relations
  • Emergency Provisions
  • Public Service Commissions
  • Election
  • Delimitation Commission of India
  • The Official Languages
  • National Symbols

RRB NTPC Geography Syllabus 2020

  • The Solar System
  • Continents and Oceans
  • Biosphere, Lithosphere, Hydrosphere
  • Latitudes and Longitudes
  • Different heat zones of the earth
  • Longitudes and time zones
  • International Date Line
  • The motion of the earth – Effect of the tilted axis on day and night
  • The Atmosphere (composition and layer of the Atmosphere)
  • Weather and Climate
  • Atmospheric Pressure
  • Internal Structure of the earth
  • Rocks
  • Earthquakes and Volcanoes
  • Various Landforms (Mountains, Plateaus, Plains, Grasslands, Landforms created by the river system, Landforms created by a glacier, Landforms created by the action of wind, Landforms created by the actions of Groundwater)
  • The Indian Subcontinent, Position, extent and physical features,
  • Climatic diversity in the Indian Sub-continent
  • Soil resources of the Indian sub-continent Agriculture in India, Land use pattern of India
  • Water resources and their utilization in India
  • Multipurpose river valley projects
  • Transport in India
  • India-Facts and figures (States and their capitals, Population of India and states, Wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in India Important Irrigation and power projects, Indian satellites).
  • General introduction to Asia.
  • Geography of the Indian subcontinent Countries with their capitals and currency
  • Riverside cities
  • Wonders of the world
  • Countries and their main produce and industries
  • Towns associated with important industries.
  • Famous sites (India), Famous Sites (World),
  • Changed names
  • Continent earth area
  • Continents highest and lowest points
  • Three deepest oceans
  • Highest mountain peaks (world)
  • Important boundary lines
  • Tribes and their homelands

RRB NTPC Economics Syllabus 2020

  • Highlights of Indian Economy
  • Economy and Economics
  • Characteristics of the Indian Economy
  • Agriculture & Land Development
  • National Income
  • Planning
  • Unemployment
  • Trade & Commerce
  • New Economic Policy
  • Indian Financial System
  • Indian Fiscal System
  • Banking in India
  • Tax System
  • Industry
  • Foreign Trade

RRB NTPC Science Syllabus

Basic Elementary Science one of the most important subject for RRB NTPC Syllabus 2020: The Following Topics comes under Science Syllabus for RRB NTPC Exam

Physics topics for RRB NTPC Exam Syllabus

  • Unit
  • Motion
  • Work Energy and Power
  • Gravitation
  • Pressure
  • Floatation
  • Surface Tension
  • Viscosity
  • Elasticity
  • Simple Harmonic Motion
  • Wave
  • Sound Wave
  • Heat
  • Light
  • Static Electricity
  • Current Electricity
  • Magnetism
  • Atomic & Nuclear Physics
  • Electronics
  • Scientific Instruments
  • Inventions
  • Important Discoveries Relating to Physics
  • Various Units of Measurement-Weight
  • Conversion of Units from one System to another System

Chemistry topics in RRB Exam

  • Substance & its nature
  • Atomic Structure
  • Periodic Classification of Elements
  • Chemical Bonding
  • Oxidation & Reduction
  • Acids, Bases & Salts
  • Behavior of Cases
  • Electrolysis
  • Carbon & its Compounds
  • Fuels
  • Metallurgy
  • Important Facts About Some Metals
  • Non-Metals
  • Common Facts

Biology Topics in RRB NTPC Exam Syllabus 2020

  • Introduction
  • Classification of Organism
  • Cytology
  • Genetics
  • Organic Evolution Botany: Classification of Plant Kingdom, Plant Morphology, Plant Tissue, Photo-synthesis, Plant Hormones, Plant Diseases, Ecology Pollution.
  • Zoology: Classification of Animal Kingdom, Animal Tissue
  • Human Blood
  • The system of the Human Body
  • Nutrients
  • Human Diseases

RRB NTPC Selection Procedure

The RRB NTPC selection procedure is as follows:

First Stage of CBT (Prelims)

Second Stage of CBT (Mains)

Typing Test (Skill Test)

Document Verification

Medical Examination

Final Selection

Note: The typing test is only applicable to the candidates who have applied for the posts of  Junior Accounts Assistant cum Typist, Senior Time Keeper, Junior Clerk cum Typist, Senior Clerk cum Typist, Accounts Clerk cum Typist and Junior Time Keeper.

RRB NTPC Syllabus FAQs

Q. What are the subjects under RRB NTPC Syllabus?

The subjects covered under RRB NTPC includes the following:
-Mathematics
-General Awareness
– General Intelligence and Reasoning

Q. Where can I get RRB NTPC Complete syllabus for CBT 1 and CBT 2?

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Q. Is there negative marking in RRB NTPC?

1/3 marks are deducted as negative marking.

Q. What is RRB NTPC syllabus?

RRB NTPC syllabus comprises of all the topics from which questions are likely to be asked in the exam.

Q. What are the important topics in Maths section of RRB NTPC?

Some of the important topics for RRB NTPC Maths syllabus include Number System, Ratio and Proportions, Percentage, Mensuration, Time & Work, and Time & Distance.

Q. What are the important topics in General Intelligence and Reasoning section of RRB NTPC?

Some of the important topics for RRB NTPC General Intelligence and Reasoning syllabus consists of Mathematical Operations, Relationships, Analogies, Coding and Decoding, Analytical Reasoning and Syllogism.

Q. What are the important topics in the General Awareness section of RRB NTPC?

Some of the important topics for RRB NTPC General Awareness syllabus consists of history, geography, polity, current affairs and science.

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Indian Constitution- Parts, Schedules & Articles

India has the world’s lengthiest constitution with 448 articles, 25 parts and 12 schedules. Constitution of India is the framework demarcating the code, procedures, rights, duties, rules and regulations to be followed and adopted by the citizens and government. B. R. Ambedkar was the chief architect and known as the “Father of Indian constitution”. The constitution was adopted on 26 November 1949 by the Constituent Assembly of India and came into force on 26 January 1950 which is celebrated as Republic Day. At the time of commencement, it had 395 articles in 22 parts and 8 schedules. There are 104 amendments made to the constitution till date. Check out the Indian Constitution parts, and schedules along with some articles in detail.

Parts of Indian Constitution

Initially, there were 22 parts of the Indian constitution. Later, with amendments Part IVA, IXA, IXB and XIVA were added to it. Take a look at the parts of the Indian constitution.

Part Subject Articles
Part I The Union and its territory Art. 1 to 4
Part II Citizenship Art. 5 to 11
Part III Fundamental Rights Art. 12 to 35
Part IV Directive Principles Art. 36 to 51
Part IVA Fundamental Duties Art. 51A
Part V The Union

Chapter I – The Executive (Art.52 to 78)
Chapter II – Parliament (Art.79 to 122)
Chapter III – Legislative Powers of President (Art.123)
Chapter IV – The Union Judiciary (Art. 124 to 147)
Chapter V – Comptroller and Auditor-General of India (Art.148 to 151)
Art. 52 to 151
Part VI The States

Chapter I – General (Art.152)
Chapter II – The Executive (Art.153 to 167)
Chapter III – The State Legislature (Art.168 to 212)
Chapter IV – Legislative Powers of Governor (Art.213)
Chapter V – The High Courts (Art.214 to 232)
Chapter VI – Subordinate Courts (Art.233 to 237)
Art. 152 to 237
Part VII States in the B part of the First schedule
Repealed by Const. (7th Amendment) Act, 1956
Part VIII The Union Territories Art. 239 to 242
Part IX The Panchayats Art. 243 to 243O
Part IXA The Muncipalities Art. 243P to 243ZG
Part IXB Co-operative Societies Art. 243H to 243ZT
Part X The Scheduled and Tribal Areas Art. 244 to 244A
Part XI Relations between the Union and the States

Chapter I – Legislative Relations (Art.245 to 255)
Chapter II – Administrative Relations (Art.256 to 263)
Art. 245 to 263
Part XII Finance, Property, Contracts and Suits

Chapter I – Finance (Art.264 to 291)
Chapter II – Borrowing (Art.292 to 293)
Chapter III – Property, Contracts, Rights, Liabilities, Obligations and Suits (Art.294 to 300)
Chapter IV – Right to Property (Art.300-A)
Art. 264 to 300A
Part XIII Trade, Commerce and Intercourse within the Territory of India Art. 301 to 307
Part XIV Services under the Union and the States Art. 308 to 323
Part XIVA Tribunals Art. 323A to 323B
Part XV Elections Art. 324 to 329A
Part XVI Special provisions relation to certain classes Art. 330 to 342
Part XVII Official Language

Chapter I – Language of the Union (Art.343 to 344)
Chapter II – Regional Languages (Art.345 to 347)
Chapter III-Language of the Supreme Court, High Courts, and so on (Art.348 to 349)
Chapter IV-Special Directives (Art.350 to 351)
Art. 343 to 351
Part XVIII Emergency Provisions Art. 352 to 360
Part XIX Miscellaneous Art. 361 to 367
Part XX Amendment of the Constitution Art. 368
Part XXI Temporary, Transitional and Special Provisions Art. 369 to 392
Part XXII Short title, commencement, authoritative text in Hindi and repeals Art. 393 to 395

 

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Indian Constitution Schedules

Indian Constitution originally had 8 schedules. Later, four more schedules were added by different amendments taking the total to 25. Schedules are basically tables which contain additional details not mentioned in the articles.
Indian Constitution Schedules 1 to 12
First schedule – The list of states and union territories and their territories
Second schedule – Provisions of the President, Governors of States, Speaker and the Deputy Speaker of the House of the People and the Chairman and the Deputy Chairman of the Council of States and the Speaker and the Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly and the Chairman and the Deputy Chairman of the Legislative Council of a State, the Judges of the Supreme Court and of the High Courts and the Comptroller and Auditor-General of India the list of states and union territories and their territories.
Third Schedule – The Forms of Oaths or Affirmations.
Fourth Schedule – Provisions as to the allocation of seats in the Council of States.
Fifth Schedule – Provisions as to the Administration and Control of Scheduled Areas and Scheduled Tribes.
Sixth Schedule – Provisions as to the Administration of Tribal Areas in the States of Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura and Mizoram.
Seventh Schedule – The Union list, State list and the concurrent list.
Eighth Schedule – The list of recognized languages.
Ninth Schedule – Provisions as to the validation of certain Acts and Regulations.
Tenth Schedule – Provisions as to disqualification on ground of defection.
Eleventh Schedule – The powers, authority and responsibilities of Panchayats.
Twelfth Schedule – The powers, authority and responsibilities of Municipalities.

 

Emergency Provisions in the Indian Constitution

Indian Constitution Articles

Fundamental rights are covered from Article 12 to 35. It is a major part that every citizen must be aware of. We are providing you with the list of all fundamental rights along with the article.

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS OF INDIAN CITIZENS
S.No Fundamental Right Article of Constitution
1 Right To Equality
(Article- 14 to 18)
Art. 14- Equality Before Law
Art. 15- Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth
Art. 16- Equality of opportunity in public employment
Art. 17- Abolition of untouchability
Art. 18- Abolition of Titles
2 Right To Freedom
(Article- 19 to 22)
Art 19- Freedom of speech, expression, movement
Art 20- Protection from conviction for offences
Art 21- Right to life & Personal Liberty
Art 22- Protection against arrest or detention
3 Right Against Exploitation
(Article- 23 & 24)
Art 23- Protection from trafficking & Forced Labour
Art 24- Ban on child labour
4 Right To Freedom of Religion
(Article- 25 to 28)
Art 25- Freedom to practice one’s own religion
Art 26- Freedom to manage religious affairs
Art 27- No taxation for promotion of religion
Art 28- Freedom as to attendance at religious instruction or religious worship in institutions
5 Cultural & Educational Rights (Article 29 & 30) Art 29- To Protect & Preserve the minorities
Art 30- Right of minorities to administer educational institutions
6 Right To Constitutional Remedies (Article 32) Art 32- Remedies for enforcement of rights

 

Fundamental Rights Of Indian Citizens: Know In Detail

The Supreme Court has reaffirmed its judgement in the Menaka case in the subsequent cases. It has declared the following rights as part of Article 21:

(1) Right to live with human dignity.
(2) Right to the decent environment including pollution-free water and air and protection against hazardous industries.
(3) Right to livelihood.
(4) Right to privacy.
(5) Right to shelter.
(6) Right to health.
(7) Right to free education up to 14 years of age.
(8) Right to free legal aid.
(9) Right against solitary confinement.
(10) Right to a speedy trial.
(11) Right against handcuffing.
(12) Right against inhuman treatment.
(13) Right against delayed execution.
(14) Right to travel abroad.
(15) Right against bonded labour.
(16) Right against custodial harassment.
(17) Right to emergency medical aid.
(18) Right to timely medical treatment in a government hospital.
(19) Right not to be driven out of a state.
(20) Right to a fair trial.
(21) Right of a prisoner to have necessities of life.
(22) Right of women to be treated with decency and dignity.
(23) Right against public hanging.
(24) Right to hearing.
(25) Right to information.
(26) Right to reputation.
(27) Right of appeal from a judgement of conviction
(28) Right to social security and protection of the family
(29) Right to social and economic justice and empowerment
(30) Right against bar fetters
(31) Right to appropriate life insurance policy
(32) Right to sleep
(33) Right to freedom from noise pollution
(34) Right to electricity

Parliament of India

Important Amendments of the Indian Constitution 

There are a total of 104 amendments till date since the inception of the constitution from 1950.

Amendment Details
The Constitution (First Amendment) Act, 1951 Changes to the Fundamental Rights provisions of the constitution
The Constitution (Second Amendment) Act, 1952 Amended Article 81 in order to remove the prescribed limit of 7,50,000 of the population for one member to be elected to the Lok Sabha.
The Constitution (Third Amendment) Act, 1954 Changes in the Seventh Schedule consisting of the three Legislative Lists and entry 33 of the Concurrent List was substituted by a new one.
The Constitution (Fourth Amendment) Act, 1955 article 31 and 31A were amended
The Constitution (Fifth Amendment) Act, 1955 amended Article 3
The Constitution (Seventh Amendment) Act,1956 This amendment was designed to implement the State Reorganisation Act.
The Constitution (Ninth Amendment) Act, 1960 It provided for the transfer of certain territories of India to Pakistan under an agreement between India and Pakistan
The Constitution (Tenth Amendment) Act, 1961 The Tenth Amendment integrates the areas of Free Dadra and Nagar Haveli with the Union of India
The Eleventh Amendment, 1962 Election of Vice President by Electoral College consisting of members of both Houses of Parliament, instead of election by a Joint Sitting of Parliament.
The Twelfth Amendment, 1962 incorporated the territories of Goa, Daman and Diu in the Indian Union.
The Thirteenth Amendment, 1962, created Nagaland as a state of the Union of India.
The Fifteenth Amendment, 1963 Raise the retirement age of High court judges from 60 to 62 and other minor amendments
The Twenty-first Amendment, 1967 included Sindhi as the 15th regional language in the Eighth Schedule.
The Twenty-sixth Amendment, 1971 abolished the titles and special privileges of former rulers of princely states.
The Thirty-first Amendment, 1973 increased the elective strength of the Lok Sabha from 525 to 545.
The Thirty-sixth Amendment, 1975, made Sikkim a state of the Indian Union.
The Thirty-eighth Amendment, 1975, provided that the President can make a declaration of emergency
The Forty-second Amendment, 1976,
  • Supremacy to the Parliament and gave primacy to the Directive Principles over the Fundamental Rights.
  • It also added 10 Fundamental Duties in the Constitution.
  • The Preamble of the Constitution was also altered from ‘Sovereign Democratic Republic’ to read ‘Sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic Republic’ and ‘Unity of the Nation’ to read ‘Unity and Integrity of the Nation’.
The Forty-fourth Amendment, 1978
  • Restored the normal duration of the Lok Sabha and Legislative Assemblies to 5 years.
  • The right to property was deleted from Part III.
The Forty-fifth Amendment, 1980, extended reservation for SC/ST by an additional 10 years (up to 1990).
The Fifty-second Amendment, 1985, Inserted the Tenth Schedule in the Constitution regarding provisions for disqualification on the grounds of defection.
The Fifty-sixth Amendment, 1987 The Hind version of the Constitution of India was accepted for all purposes statehood was conferred on the UT of Goa.
The Sixty-first Amendment, 1989 Reduced the voting age from 21 years to 18 years for the Lok Sabha as well as the Assemblies.
The Seventy-third Amendment, 1992
(Panchayat Bill)
seeks to provide, among other things, Gram Sabha in villages,  the constitution of Panchayats at the village and other levels, direct elections to all seats in Panchayats and reservation of seats for SC and ST and fixing of tenure of 5 years for Panchayats.
The Seventy-fourth Amendment, 1993
(Nagarpalika Bill)
provides for, among other things, the constitution of three types of municipalities and  the reservation of seats in every municipality for the SC/ST, women and the OBCs
The Eighty-sixth Amendment, 2002
  • Deals with the insertion of a new Article 21A after Article 21.
  • The new Article 21A deals with Right to Education.
The Eighty-ninth Amendment, 2003, provides for the Amendment of Article 338
The Ninety-first Amendment, 2003 provides for the Amendment of Article 75.
The Ninety-Second Amendment, 2004, Include Bodo, Dogri, Santali and Maithali as official languages.
The Ninety-Third Amendment, 2006, reservation (27%) for other backward classes(OBC) in government as well as private educational institutions.
The Ninety-Ninth Amendment, 2015 Formation of a National Judicial Appointments Commission
The One-Hundredth Amendment, 2015 The term the Constitution (100th Amendment) Act, 2015 was in news in the fourth week of May 2015  as the President of India Pranab Mukherjee gave his assent to the Constitution (119th Amendment) Bill, 2013  that related to the Land Boundary Agreement (LBA) between India and Bangladesh
The One Hundredth one Amendment, 2017, Introduced the Goods and Services Tax
One Hundred and Third Amendment Act, 2019 introduces 10% reservation for economically weaker sections of society for admission to Central Government-run educational institutions and private educational institutions
The Constitution (104th Amendment) Act, 2020 It extended the reservation of seats for SCs and STs in the Lok Sabha and states assemblies.

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SSC Selection Post Phase 7 Result: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the additional list of 32 candidates for the post of Girl Cadet. The notice regarding the additional select list for Selection Post 7 2019 has been released on the official website of SSC @ssc.nic.in. SSC has selected a total of 32 candidates to the post of Girl Cadet Instructor. Candidates whose name added in the list are required to submit documents in hard copy along with the print out of their online application form to the Regional Office. Candidates can download the official notice by clicking on the link below

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Out of 32, 03 additional candidates are now shortlisted in place of 08 male candidates for next stage of scrutiny as per revised result for the post of Girl Cadet Instructor, Post Code No.NR16219. The revised Category-wise Cut-off details and number of candidates shortlisted against the vacancies of said post have been given Below.

Vacancies

Level of Examination Post Code Category Candidates Available
Graduation NR16219 1 12
Graduation NR16219 9 20

 Cut Off

The cut off for the category 1 and 9 has been provided below. Candidates who appeared in the examination can check the cut off from the table provided below.

Post Code Category Marks Part A Part B DoB
NR16219 1 52.03869 26 2 02/08/1995
NR16219 9 103.45249 38 23 25/09/1998

 SSC Phase 7 Selection Post Result 2019-20 Graduate & Above Level Posts Result

SSC Phase 7 Selection Post Result 2019-20: Higher Secondary Level Posts Result

SSC Phase 7 Selection Post Result 2019-20 Out : Matriculation Level Posts Result

The candidates who are shortlisted for next stage of scrutiny are required to submit a copy of all the supporting Documents (Self Attested) in respect of Educational Qualification (EQ), Experience, Category, Age, Age relaxation, etc. (as applicable) in hard copy along with the print out of their online application form to the respective Regional/ Sub-Regional Office(s) to which the Post Category belongs, by 13th March, 2020 by SPEED POST ONLY.

The answer key for the SSC Selection Post exam 2019 was released on 30th October 2019 and now the SSC Selection Post result will be declared for the aspirants who applied for various posts. After the SSC Selection Post result has been released, candidates will be called for Document Verification round or skill test as per the requirement. The SSC Selection Post Phase 7 Result for all the posts will be declared on 18th February with the list of candidates selected for the next stage. Candidates will be selected based on the normalized marks scored in the written examination.

Check official notification for declaration of result on 18th Feb

Exam SSC Selection Post 2019
Phase Phase 7
Written Exam Date 14th to 16th October
Answer Key Release date 30th October 2019
Result Date 18th February 2020


How to check SSC Selection Post Phase 7 Result?

Before checking the result for the SSC Selection post Phase 7, it is mandatory to know the steps that will make it simple for you to check your results. Follow the steps given below after the result is out:

  1. Visit this page or the official website of SSC i.e. ssc.nic.in
  2. Go to the Result section and then to “Others”
  3. The Result PDFs for Matriculation, Higher Secondary, and Graduation & above levels will be available there containing the list of shortlisted candidates.
  4. Open the PDF and download it as per the level of posts you applied for.
  5. Enter your Name/Roll number in the search bar or by entering “Ctrl + F”.
  6. Your name will highlight in the PDF if you are selected.

SSC Selection Post Result 2019: Selection criteria

  • The candidates who qualify in the written examination for SSC Selection Post will be called for the next stage i.e. Document verification or Skill Test (Wherever Applicable as per the post applied).
  • Candidates will be shortlisted for the next stage based on the score and merit of candidates in the CBT as per the following ratio:
    (a) In the ratio of 1:20, for up to 5 vacancies for any category of post.
    (b) In the ratio of 1:10, for more than 5 vacancies for any category

SSC Selection Post Result 2019: Document Verification

The candidates who are shortlisted for the next stage of scrutiny will be required to submit self-attested copies of all the given supporting documents in hard copy:

  • Educational Qualification (EQ),
  • Experience,
  • Category,
  • Age,
  • Age-relaxation, etc. (as applicable)
  • Print out of the online application form

SSC Selection Post Phase 7 2019 Notification & Updates

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Q1.      The sum of a proper fraction and its reciprocal is 130/63. Find the fraction.

(a) 5/7

(b) 7/9

(c) 6/7

(d) 9/14

Q2.      Sum of four consecutive odd numbers is 416. Find the largest number.

(a) 51

(b) 57

(c) 63

(d) 47

Q3.      If  then find the value of ‘x’.

(a) 6

(b) 4

(c) 5

(d) 3

Q4.      Kishan and Pooja have total 68 candies. If Kishan has 26 candies more than Pooja, then find the total number of candies Kishan have?

(a) 19

(b) 59

(c) 47

(d) 52

Q5.      Triangle ABC as shown in the figure has line XY parallel to the BC and the line BY is the bisector of angle XYC. Which of the following option is correct?

(a) BC=XY

(b) BC=YC

(c) BC=BY

(d) XY=BX

Q6.      Analyze the figure shown below in which DE || BC and the other dimensions are as follows: AD=3 cm, BD=4 cm, AE=4.4 cm and DE=6 cm. Calculate the length (in cm) of BC.

(a) 6

(b) 8

(c) 12

(d) 14

Q7.      Two numbers are more than the third number by 21.25% and 36% respectively. First number is what percentage of the second number?

(a) 84.68

(b) 89.15

(c) 85.65

(d)61.25

Q8.      If a : b = b : c, then what is the value of a⁴ :  v⁴?

(a) a² :cb

(b) a² : c²

(c) a² b : c³

(d) a : c

Q9.      R and S started a business by investing Rs 153000 and Rs 195000  respectively for the same period of time. If R’s share in the profit earned by them is Rs17000, then what is the total profit (in Rs) earned by both of them together?

(a) 36586.54

(b) 46156.54

(c) 38666.67

(d) 39665.36

Q10.    The average of 17 numbers is 69. If four numbers 68, 57, 71 and 85 are removed then what will be the average of remaining numbers?

(a) 68.615

(b) 69.5

(c) 72.5

(d)68.375

 

 

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