SCRA 2015 Syllabus and Eligibility Criteria
SCRA(Special Class Railway Apprentice),Union Public Service Commission is going to conduct the Special Class Railway Apprentices(SCRA) Examination to select candidates for the Mechanical Department of Indian Railways. The SCRA Exam Syllabus details given below……
SCRA 2015 Important Dates:
SCRA 2015 Examination Date and last date are given below….
Notification Date: 11 October, 2014
Last Date to Apply: 7 November, 2014
SCRA Exam Date: 18 January, 2015
SCRA 2015 Eligibility:
Educational Qualification: Candidates have passed in the first or second division, the Intermediate or an equivalent Course from any recognized university or Board approved by the Government of India with Mathematics and at least one of the subjects Physics and Chemistry as subjects of the examination.
SCRA 2015 Exam Pattern:
Part I is written examination carrying a maximum of 600 marks. Part II is personality test carrying a maximum of 200 marks in respect of only those candidates who are declared qualified on the results of written examination.
SCRA 2015 Syllabus for Union Public Service Commission exam of undergraduate program:-
- General Ability.
- Physical Science.
General Ability: The general ability test consists of the following topics:
English:candidates will find questions on Unseen passages, general vocabulary and grammar. They should also prepare parts of speech, usage of Idioms and notice writing.
General Knowledge:geography, history, basic science like solar system and earth and environment. Questions based on economics like foreign policies, FDI etc. and Indian Social system can also be expected.
Physics-In this part most questions are based on Length, velocity and acceleration ,Time and Mass, Newton’s laws, X-rays, friction, Mass and Weight, Temperature, Reflection and refraction of light, Electric current, Magnetic effect, Radioactivity and Equilibrium.
Chemistry- atomic structure and elements and most parts of Organic chemistry.
Mathematics:11th and 12th as Algebra, Trigonometry, Integration, differentiation, Differential equations, Vectors, Statistics and probability, Matrices and Determinants etc.