UKSSSC Forester Exam Analysis: Uttarakhand Subordinate Service Selection Commission (UKSSSC) has conducted the Forester exam on 16th July 2021 which will be further going to be conducted till 25th July 2021. The exam was conducted in two shifts i.e. 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM and from 2 PM to 4 PM. The selection of candidates will be done on the basis of an online test and physical efficiency test. In this article, we are going to provide you the exam analysis of the 16th July Forester examination according to the exam pattern.
UKSSSC Forester Exam Pattern:
- There will be an Objective Type with Multiple Choice of 100 marks.
- The questions will be based on Science and Agriculture.
- 1 mark will be given for each question and 1/4 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.
UKSSSC Forester 16th July Exam Analysis of 1st and 2nd Shift
The level of examination is moderate to easy. The questions are based on the 10th NCERT. Most of the questions were asked about physics. There are the questions asked in the examination:
- Question related to natural resources
- Questions based on environment
- Pollution related questions were asked
- Dachigum National park
- Where is the largest Solar Cooker situated?
- Questions related to the satellite.
- Electron number in carbon outer shell
- Formula of force
- Most of the questions based on basic physics
- Gravitational Force related questions
- Vaporization related question
- Biology, Cells and tissue-related questions
- Work and Energy-related questions
- Light related questions
- Acids and Bases related questions
- Matter-related questions.
- Who discovered Neuton in 1932?
- What is the mass of an electron?
- Where is Sitanadi Wildlife Sanctuary situated?
- Cave Botanical Garden is situated in which country?
- Where is India’s floating national park is situated?
- 4-5 Numerical were asked
- Magnification Formula of Mirror
The exam analysis will help the candidates to understand the pattern of examination and the candidates having exams in upcoming days will be able to know about the pattern of examination.