UKSSSC Jail Bandi Rakshak Exam Pattern, Syllabus 2015 Download
Uttarakhand Subordinate Service Selection Commission (UKSSSC) has announced an official notification to recruit the applicants as the posts of jail bandi rakshak. As per this notification, UKSSSC wants to full fill 400 members of unreserved positions. Large numbers of candidates were applied for this UKSSSC Recruitment 2015 on or before last date. Already applied contenders were started their exam preparation to get good marks in the exam. Selection process will be done based on the applicants performance in written examination and it followed by personal interview. UKSSSC has released the exam pattern and syllabus in its official website. Here we are providing the UKSSSC Jail Bandi Rakshak Exam Pattern, Syllabus 2015 in our website. Candidates who are going to took part in the UKSSSC Jail Bandi Rakshak 2015 exam, those can download the exam pattern and syllabus through below link.
UKSSSC is an authorized organization working under the state government of Uttarakhand. UKSSSC releases notifications every year for recruitment of suitable aspirants into government of Uttarakhand. This year also UKSSSC published the UKSSSC Recruitment 2015 and planning to conduct the written examination very soon at various exam centers. Based on the UKSSSC Jail Bandi Rakshak Exam Pattern, Syllabus 2015, applicants can schedule their syllabus for easy preparation.
UKSSSC Jail Bandi Rakshak Exam Pattern, Syllabus 2015:
UKSSSC Jail Bandi Rakshak Syllabus:
- General Studies.
- General Intelligence.
Topics in General Studies:
- Current Events National & International.
- Indian History etc.
Topics in Mathematics:
- Number System.
- Ratio and Proportions.
- Profit and Loss etc.
- Problem Solving.
- Syllogistic Reasoning.
- Decision Making etc.
UKSSSC Jail Bandi Rakshak Exam Pattern:
- The exam is of Objective type Multiple Choice Questions.
- The exam is conducted for a total of 100 marks.
- The exam consists of 100 questions from various subjects.
- Duration of the exam is 2 Hours.
- There is a negative marking of 0.25 for every wrong answer.
- The minimum qualifying marks for this exam is 33.