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SBI Clerk Exam
About SBI Clerk
State Bank of India is the largest public sector bank in India. Clerk is responsible for providing customer support and basic day to day tasks within the bank. Getting a job as a Clerk in SBI is a dream-come-true for many candidates.
SBI Clerk Selection Process:
The selection procedure for SBI Clerk prelims involves three phases:
Phase-I: Preliminary Examination (Online Objective test)
Phase –II: Mains Exam (Online Objective test)
Phase –III: Local Language Test
SBI Clerk Prelims Exam Pattern:
No. of Questions
SBI Clerk Mains
Upon clearing the prelims exam, you will be eligible to write Mains exam. The Marks of mains exam are counted in preparing the final merit list.
SBI Clerk Mains Exam Pattern
Negative marking of 1/4th marks apply for every wrong attempt. You need to score a minimum marks in the overall paper to qualify the Mains exam, though no sectional qualifying marks is applicable. And the final merit list will be prepared based on the marks obtained in the Mains exam - marks obtained in the Prelims exam will not be counted.
Name of Section
No. of Qs
Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude
About IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) Clerk:
IBPS Clerk notification releases annually every year. IBPS conducts a common written exam or CWE every year for the clerical cadre in multiple banks all over the country. All public sector banks use CWE as a base to fill the vacancies for this post. It is a wonderful opportunity for young and dynamic candidates.
IBPS Clerk Recruitment Process
The recruitment process of IBPS Clerk CWE occurs in two phases:
Students are required to qualify both these exams to get selected for the post of clerical cadre in most of the premier Public Sector Banks. The main thing to note here is that there is no interview process required for the selection of candidate after the mains exam. 100% weightage is given to the result of mains exam result.
Phase-1: IBPS Clerk Preliminary Examination
The preliminary exam of IBPS Clerk CWE is an online exam testing a candidate on the basis of their aptitude, intellect and English. There are three sections in total and the candidate must clear the cutoff of each section to proceed to the mains exam round. Candidates are required to solve the question paper in the time frame of 1 hour. The composite mark of the paper is 100 and the passing marks are decided by IBPS that is likely to change every year depending on the level of difficulty of the exam.
Name of Tests(Objective
Composite time of 1 Hour
Phase-2: IBPS Clerk Mains Examination
IBPS Clerk Mains Exam will now constitute of 190 questions that needs to be completed in a time frame of 160 minutes.
Previously, Computer Aptitude and Reasoning Ability Section used to be conducted separately. But, in the recent update by IBPS, both these sections are amalgamated together and will constitute of 50 questions that needs to be solved in time duration of 45 minutes. Both Preliminary Exam and Mains Exam will be conducted bilingually, i.e. both in English and in Hindi.
Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude
General/ Financial Awareness
Penalty for Wrong Answers: There is a penalty for wrong answers marked in both preliminary examination as well as mains examination. A wrong answer to an objective question will lead to a penalty of one-fourth of the total mark assigned to that question. There will be no penalty for the question left blank or unanswered.
Final Score Calculation for IBPS Clerk Exam: The final score for the IBPS Clerk exam is calculated keeping the following points in mind
• Marks obtained in the Preliminary Exam (Phase-1) will not be considered for selection.
• Candidates must qualify Phase-2 to be eligible for final merit.
• The aggregate score out of 100 is used for the final merit list for each category. Candidates with top merit rank in each category are finally selected.
About IBPS PO (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection Probationary Officers):
IBPS conducts a common IBPS PO Exam every year to recruit Probationary Officers in various banks that participate in this exam. The Prelims exam is conducted generally in the month of October and the mains was conducted in November. Once you qualify the whole exam (prelims, mains and interview), you are hired as a Probationary Officer in one of the participating banks as per your preference and merit.
The selection process will be completed in three phases:
Phase I – Prelims
Phase II - Mains
Phase III – GD & Interview
Upon clearing the prelims exam, you will be eligible for mains exam. The marks of mains exam are added towards final merit list.
Reasoning & Computer Aptitude
Data Analysis & Interpretation
General Awareness (with special reference to Banking)
There is one-fourth negative marking in both Prelims & Mains for each question wrongly marked.
About SBI PO
SBI PO Exam Pattern
State Bank of India conducts SBI PO Exam in three phases: Online Prelims Exam, Mains Exam and Interview Process.
SBI PO Prelims Exam Pattern
SBI PO Preliminary Exam will be conducted online and will comprise of 3 sections namely Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude & English Language. The entire paper is to be completed in a time span of 1 hour.
Penalty for wrong answer: 0.25 marks will be deducted for every question attempted wrong by a candidate. No deduction will be there in marks if a question is left blank by a candidate.
SBI PO Mains Exam Pattern
SBI PO Mains Exam will be conducted online and will comprise of 4 sections namely Reasoning & Computer Aptitude, Data Analysis & Interpretation & General/ Economy/ Banking Awareness, English Language. The entire paper is to be completed in a time span of 3 hours. A descriptive paper will be conducted along with the above mentioned online test. It needs to be completed in a time span of 30 minutes and the maximum marks allotted to this test is 50.
General/ Economy/ Banking Awareness
Penalty for wrong answer: 0.25 marks will be deducted for every question attempted wrong by a candidate in SBI PO Mains Exam. No deduction will be made in marks if a question is left unattempted or blank by a candidate in the exam.
A candidate who clears both the Prelims & Mains Exam of SBI PO 2018 will be further called for a GD-PI session wherein they will face a panel of selectors discussing on their past experience and questions related to General Knowledge and of the Banking Sector. It is essential for a candidate to clear the Interview Process in order to ensure their final selection in the SBI PO 2018 Exam. The qualifying marks for this round will be decided by the Bank and the marks allotted to these rounds are: Group Discussion - 20 marks, Interview - 30 marks.
After a candidate has gone through Personal Interviews, a merit list will be prepared by State Bank of India wherein the candidate's score of Mains Exam and Interview Round will be taken into account. Based on the score obtained by candidates and the available vacancies, final cut-off marks will be declared. All candidates who clear the cut-off range will be granted the Appointment Letter by State Bank of India for the post of Probationary Officer.
Bank SO (IT)
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IBPS SO is a prestigious post for all candidates who dream of working in the banking sector. There are varieties of specialties when it comes to Specialist Officer. IBPS conducts a common IBPS SO Exam across the country to fill SO vacancies in various banks that participate in this exam. Once you qualify, you are hired as a Specialist Officer in one of the participating banks as per your preference, merit and IBPS SO cut off. Different branches for the exam are being held are IT, HR, Agricultural Field, Rajbhasha, Marketing and Law.
IBPS SO Selection Process comprises of the following
The Preliminary exam will vary according to the post. The pattern of the exam will be different for law officer and Official Language officer or Rajbhasha Adhikari.
General Awareness with Special Reference to Banking Industry
Name of Test
Number of Questions
Medium of Exam
English & Hindi
Candidates who qualify the Mains Exam will be finally called for the Interview Process by IBPS. It is really important for candidates to fare well in the Interview Process as the final selection of a candidate is based on how he/she fares in this final round of the IBPS SO Recruitment Process.
Seating Arrangements Puzzles, Inequalities Syllogism, Input-Output, Data Sufficiency, Blood Relations, Order and Ranking Alphanumeric Series, Distance and Direction Verbal Reasoning.
Cloze Test, Reading Comprehension, Spotting Errors, Sentence Improvement, Sentence Correction, Para Jumbles, Fill in the Blanks, Para/Sentence Completion.
Number Series, Data Interpretation, Simplification/ Approximation, Quadratic Equation, Data Sufficiency, Mensuration, Average, Profit and Loss, Ratio and Proportion Work, Time and Energy, Time and Distance, Probability, Relations, Simple and Compound Interest, Permutation and Combination.
Current Affairs, Banking Awareness, GK Updates, Currencies, Important Places Books and Authors, Awards, Headquarters Prime Minister Schemes Important Days
Database Management System, Data Communication and Networking, Operating System, Software Engineering, Data Structure, Computer Organization and Microprocessor, Object Oriented Programming.
Insurance LIC HFL Assistant
Know the Exam:
LIC Housing Finance Limited (LIC HFL) is one of the largest Housing Finance companies in India having its Registered Office at Mumbai. The Company provides long term finance to individuals for purchase or construction of house or flat for residential purpose / repair and renovation of existing flat / houses and also for offices and equipment. It provides finance to those engaged in construction of residential buildings and houses to be sold by them. LIC HFL Assistant performs various duties related to transaction and back office work.
Selection process for LIC Housing Recruitment consists of Online Examination and Interview. This will be followed by medical examination.
No. of Questions
Candidates who qualify in the online examination round will be called for interview.
Candidates, who clear interview round, will be called for medical examination to know if they are medically fit.
Insurance NIACL Assistant
New India Assurance Co Ltd, is a 100% Government owned multinational general insurance company with a presence in 28 countries. NIACL is headquartered at Mumbai, India. New India Assurance Co Ltd has been a market leader in India in non-life insurance products for more than 40 years. Assistants are appointed on permanent basis and perform various clerical tasks in the office.
Candidates have to qualify in Preliminary exam to be selected in the Mains exam. Candidates who qualify in the Mains exam have to write regional language test. Regional Language test is not needed for those who have studied regional language or state language in Class 10.
Exam Pattern of NIACL Assistant Prelims Exam:
Exam pattern of NIACL Assistant Mains Exam:
Regional Language Test:
Regional Language Test is conducted to judge your ability to read, write and speak the local language. The Regional language test is qualifying in nature as there are no marks. Those who have studied state or regional language in Class 10 and Class 12 need not give regional language test.
Insurance NICL AO
NICL AO is a very sought after Insurance exam among the Indian Insurance sector job aspirants. National Insurance Company Limited conducts a recruitment exam to fill vacancies for the ‘Administrative Officers (Generalist) Scale I’ post. After qualifying the NICL AO Exam you are eligible to get a job in NICL and can be hired as an Administrative Officer in the prestigious National Insurance Company Limited.
The whole selection process takes place in 3 stages. The 3 stages that you need to qualify to get recruited as an Administrative Officer with the National Insurance Company Limited are:
While the Prelims is of qualifying nature, the Mains exam & Interview will account for your final selection.
NICL AO Exam Pattern – Prelims (Phase I)
The Preliminary exam (prelims) is the first stage of the NICL AO exam. The marks of this stage will not count in your Final selection.
English or Hindi
NICL AO Exam Pattern – Mains (Phase II)
The main exam has 2 parts – Objective and Descriptive. Here is the pattern for both Descriptive and Objective:
No. of Que
Descriptive Test (Mains):
(Essay, Precise & Comprehension)
NICL AO Exam Pattern Interview (Phase III)
The NICL AO interview is your final stage of selection test. Some noteworthy points about the NICL (AO) Interview are:
Final Selection in NICL
Here are some more points that you need to know about your final selection in NICL (AO):
Insurance UIIC Assistant
United India Insurance Co. Ltd. is a leading Public Sector general insurance company. It has the highest network in the non-life insurance industry. Having it’s headquarter in Chennai. The UIIC conducts exams to recruit Assistant every year. After qualifying this exam, you are recruited as an Assistant in UICL.
You have to go through 3 stages of examination to be appointed as Assistant with the UIIC. The application process and exam, both are conducted online.
The selection process comprises of three steps in the exact order – Prelims, Mains, and Regional Language test.
The exam pattern for the prelims and mains exam is given below:
No. of Qs/Marks
1 hour in total
2 hours in total
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SSC CGL (Combined Graduate Level) Exam
About SSC CGL:
Founded in the year 1975, Staff Selection Commission, Combined Graduate Level Examination better known as SSC CGL is one of the most sought after examination in India. SSC is the leading Govt. organization that provides employment to Lacs of students. The SSC CGL online Exam is conducted every year to recruit staff for non-technical Group B and non-gazette Group C posts in various ministries, departments & organization of India.
SSC CGL Selection Process
SSC CGL Exam consists of 4 stages as shown below. If you clear the Tier I cut off, only then you will be eligible to sit for SSC CGL Tier II Exam. The final merit list is prepared by adding the marks of all the Tiers. Therefore, you should aim for a high score. Also, don’t neglect the negative marking scheme applicable.
SSC has introduced the concept of normalization of marks. If SSC CGL Tier I & Tier II exam will be conducted in multiple shifts, then the marks scored in Tier 1 and Tier 2 will be normalized. The normalized scores will be treated as final and will be used for qualifying the candidates to next stage and to determine final merit.
Multiple choice questions
Descriptive paper in English and Hindi
Offline (Pen and Paper based)
Skill Test/ Computer proficiency
SSC CGL Syllabus & Exam Pattern
Syllabus to Prepare for SSC CGL Exam
- Coding Decoding
- Word Formation
- Dictionary Order
- Venn Diagram
- Direction & Distance
- Blood Relation
- Missing Number
- Number Series
- Alphabet Series
- Verbal Reasoning
- Non-Verbal Reasoning
- Indian Culture
- Geography of India & the World
- Indian History
- Physics + Space Sciences
- Computer & Mobile Technology
- Pollution & Nutrition
- People in News
- Books & Authors
- Schemes & Portfolios
- Ratio & Proportion
- Problems on Age
- Speed Time & Distance
- Profit & Loss
- Number System
- Data Interpretation
- Time & Work
- Mixture Problems
- Reading Comprehension
- Fill in the Blanks
- Phrases & Idiom Meaning
- One Word Substitution
- Phrase Replacement/Sentence Correction
- Error Spotting
The SSC CGL Exam pattern consists of 4 Stages:
Stage 1: SSC CGL Tier 1
It is a computer based online test of 200 marks in 60 minutes. There is a negative marking of 0.50 Marks for each wrong answer. There is no sectional cut off and you are required to cross the overall SSC CGL cut off.
General Intelligence & Reasoning
(For VH & Candidates
suffering from Cerebral Palsy:
Stage 2: SSC CGL Tier 2
This is an online exam consisting of 4 papers as mentioned in the table. There is no sectional cut off. The negative marking for each wrong answer as follows:
Paper I, Paper III & Paper IV – 0.5 marks
Paper II – 0.25 marks
(For Each Paper.
40 min extra for
English Language & Comprehension
Statistics (Paper I & II as above)
General Studies (Finance & Economics, Paper I & II as above )
Stage 3: SSC CGL Tier 3
This is a descriptive type paper of 100 marks and will be conducted in Pen and Paper mode. It will be of total 60 minutes of time duration.
Descriptive Paper in English/Hindi
(Writing of Essay, Letter, and Application etc.)
(For VH & Candidates suffering from Cerebral Palsy: 80 Minutes)
Stage 4: SSC CGL Tier 4
Tier-IV of the SSC CGL Examination is Data Entry Skill Test (DEST)/Computer Proficiency Test (CPT). This test is of qualifying nature. The DEST test is for the Tax Assistant Post only.
SSC Tier IV
Computer Proficiency Test (for post of Assistant Section Officer in CSS & MEA only)
About the Exam
Name of the exam
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)
Exam conducting authority
National Testing Agency (NTA)
National Level/Twice in a Year (Feb and May)
4 marks for every correct answer, 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer
Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology
English, Assamese, Odia, Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Marathi, Kannada, Bengali, Gujarati and Urdu (added in 2018)
MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions)
3:00 hours (180 Minutes)
The Medical Council of India (MCI) prescribes the syllabus for NEET exam every year. The question paper contains questions from Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. MCI drafts the syllabus after considering the syllabi of various central and state boards for class 12th (Science stream).
Marking distribution for NEET 2019
No. of questions
NEET exam 2019 will be conducted in 11 different languages like Hindi, English & other regional languages. The option of vernacular languages will only depend on the location of the NEET exam centre.
Medium of question paper
English and Hindi
All examination Centers across India
English, Hindi and Urdu
All examination Centers across India
Assamese, Hindi and English
Only in Assam Examination Centers
Bengali, Hindi and English
Only in West Bengal Examination Centers
Gujarati, Hindi and English
Only in Gujarat Examination Centers
Marathi, Hindi and English
Only in Maharashtra Examination Centers
Tamil, Hindi and English
Only in Tamil Nadu Examination Centers
Telugu, Hindi and English
Only in Andhra Pradesh & Telangana Examination Centers
Oriya, Hindi and English
Only in Odisha Examination Centers
Kannada, Hindi and English
Only Karnataka Examination Centers
MAH CET for admission to MBA/MMS courses in 300+ Maharashtra MBA colleges is an online computer based exam of 2½ hours (150 minutes) duration. The exam consists of 200 questions in MCQ format. The best part is that there is no negative marking in the DTE MAH MBA/MMS CET entrance exam.
MAH CET Exam Pattern
MAH-CET will remain an online exam for admission to AICTE approved MBA/MMS/ PGDM courses.
Following are the key features of MAH MBA CET exam pattern:
Number of questions
Mark per question
Total marks for the section
Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension
Total marks for the test
Important instructions regarding exam pattern:
MAH CET exam will consist of two sections: Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension and Quantitative Aptitude and Logical / Abstract Reasoning.
A total of 200 questions have to be attempted in 150 minutes. There are no negative marks for incorrect answers.
Here’s a detailed look at the syllabus:
Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension
Quantitative Aptitude and Logical / Abstract Reasoning
RRC Group D
General Awareness and General Sciences is combined in General Awareness
RRC Group D Level-1 Syllabus: The Railway Recruitment Board (RRBs) has released the RRC Group D Level-1 2019 notification to recruit 1,03,769 vacancies for the posts of Track Maintainer Grade-IV, Helper/Assistant, Assistant Points man, Level-I posts in Indian Railways. A total of around 1.3 lac vacancies have been announced by RRB this year.
The RRC Group D Recruitment process will involve the following stages of examination:
Based on the performance of candidates in the Computer Based Test(CBT), they would be required to go for the PET/Document Verification. The examination duration and number of questions for CBT are indicated below:
No. Of Questions
General Awareness On Current Affairs
The Questions will be of objective type with multiple choices and are likely to include questions pertaining to:
Number system, BODMAS, Decimals, Fractions, LCM, HCF, Ratio and Proportion, Percentages, Mensuration, Time and Work, Time and Distance, Simple and Compound Interest, Profit and Loss, Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry, Elementary Statistics, Square root, Age Calculations, Calendar & Clock, Pipes & Cistern etc.
Analogies, Alphabetical and Number Series, Coding and Decoding, Mathematical operations, Relationships, Syllogism, Jumbling, Venn Diagram, Data Interpretation and Sufficiency, Conclusions and Decision making, Similarities and Differences, Analytical Reasoning, Classification, Directions, Statement – Arguments and Assumptions etc.
The syllabus under this shall cover Physics, Chemistry and Life Sciences of 10th standard level (CBSE).
General Awareness on current affairs in Science & Technology, Sports, Culture, Personalities, Economics, Politics and any other subject of importance.
Name of the Post: Employees Provident Fund Organization Assistant Online Form 2019
Total Vacancy: 280
Employees Provident Fund Organization, Ministry of Labour & Employment, Govt. of India has given an employment notification for the recruitment of Assistant vacancies.
EPFO Assistant Exam Pattern & Syllabus:
EPFO Assistant Exam Pattern & Syllabus is given below go, through the topics, to have an idea of the difficult subjects. Then candidates can plan a schedule for your preparation as per the syllabus. Here is the Exam Pattern & Syllabus for Assistant (EPFO).
EPFO Assistant Exam Pattern:
Phase – I (Preliminary Examination) :
Name of the Test (Objective
Phase – II (Mains Examination) :
Name of the Test
Descriptive Paper (English
Language with emphasis
on comprehension and
2 hours 45
Qualifying Marks in Phase – I (Preliminary Examination) & Phase – II (Mains Examination) will be decided as per discretion of EPFO.
Government of Maharashtra, State Common Entrance Test Cell shall conduct Common Entrance Test MHT-CET (MHCET) for admission to First Year of Full Time Degree Courses of Health Sciences and Technical Education (Engineering and Technology, Pharmacy and Pharm. D.).
Maharashtra Health and Technical Common Entrance Test
Also Known As
Offline (Pen-Paper based test)
State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra
Candidates those applied for engineering courses have to appear for Paper1 and Paper 2. Those applying for pharmacy courses, they have to appear for Paper 2 as well as Paper 3.
Exam Mode: The exam will be organized through offline (pen and paper-based) mode.
No. of Question (MCQ) Based on
The MHT CET Syllabus is comprised of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics subjects. The questions will be based on Syllabus of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education. 20% questions will be asked from the class 11th syllabus & 80% from class 12th syllabus. Candidates are advised to go through the complete syllabus topic-wise to cover the complete syllabus.
Every year CBSE conducts Joint Entrance Examination Mains, but from now a new committee known as NTA (National Testing Academy) has taken the responsibility to conduct the JEE Mains exam. Rank obtained in JEE Main is used for under graduate engineering admissions. Students who are preparing for JEE Main consist of science students of class 11th and 12th. JEE Main 2019
Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is a national level examination for students to qualify to pursue engineering degree at under graduate level. Paper 1 is held for BE / B.Tech admissions and Paper for B.Arch / B.Planning. JEE Main is a critical criterion for admission in India’s most prestigious and elite universities like the Indian Institute of Information Technology (IITs) and the National Institute of Technology (NIT).
The JEE Main is for those students who are aspiring to study in India’s top-most engineering colleges including NITs, IIITs, CFTIs. To get admission in IITs and ISM Dhanbad student has to go through JEE Advanced.
Those students who clear JEE Main are allowed to take the JEE advanced – which is perquisite requirement for admission in the Indian Institute Of Technology and Indian School Of Mines (Dhanbad).
JEE Main Syllabus for Paper 1 comprises of PCM of class 12 of CBSE board. While for Paper 2, the questions will be based on Mathematics, Aptitude and Drawing.
Here are some of the important topics in JEE Main for both the papers:
Units and Measurement, Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Work, Energy and Power, Rotational Motion, Gravitation, Properties of Solids and Liquids, Thermodynamics, Kinetic Theory of Gases
Some Basic Concepts in Chemistry, States of Matter, Solid State, Liquid State: Properties of liquids, Gaseous State, Atomic Structure, Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, Covalent Bonding, Molecular Orbital, Chemical Thermodynamics, First law of thermodynamics, Solutions, Equilibrium, Equilibrium involving chemical processes, Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry
Sets, Relations and Functions, Complex Numbers, Quadratic Equations, Matrices and Determinants, Mathematical Induction, Sequences and Series, Permutations and Combinations, Limits, Continuity and Differentiability,, Applications of Binomial Theorem, Integral Calculus, Differential Equation, Vector Algebra, Trigonometry, Co-ordinate Geometry, Three Dimensional Geometry, Probability, Statistics, and Mathematical Reasoning.
Awareness of places, persons, buildings and materials, Texture and objects related to Architecture and building environment, Visualising 3D objects from 2D drawings, Visualising different sides of 3D objects, Mental Ability (Visual, Numerical and Verbal), Analytical Reasoning, Three dimensional – perception and appreciation of scale and proportion of objects, colour texture, building forms and elements, contrast and harmony.
Drawing and designing of geometrical or abstract shapes and patterns in pencil, Transformation of forms both 2 D and 3 D union, Elevations and 3 D views of objects Rotation, Development of surfaces and volumes, Generation of Plan, Creating 2D and 3D compositions using given shapes and forms, Sketching of activities from memory of urban scenes (public space, festivals, market, street scenes, recreational spaces monuments, etc.), landscape (gardens, trees, riverfronts, jungles, plants etc.) and rural life.
As per the JEE Main Eligibility rules, the candidate can appear only three (3) times for the exam. It means, the JEE Main applicant can only try his/her luck by giving the exam three times only. This is applicable for both droppers and fresher’s.
The eligibility of the Droppers will remain the same. If the dropper has appeared for JEE Mains exam earlier, then the number of attempts will get reduced. Also, the candidate should have passed class 12th in the year 2017 or 2018. Rest, you can refer to the above mentioned JEE Main Eligibility 2019.
Candidates appearing for JEE Main’s different papers need to know the distribution of marks well before appearing for the exam. The distribution of marks has also been changed from the last year. Each paper of JEE main 2020 has different distribution of marks in each subject also the subjects in each paper are different. Scroll down and check the details distributions in each paper.
Distribution of marks and question in JEE Main 2020 – B.E/B.Tech
25 (20 + 5)
Note: 20 questions will be MCQs and 5 questions will have answer to be filled as numerical value
Distribution of marks and question in JEE Main 2020 – B. Arch
Mathematics – Part I
Aptitude Test – Part 2
Drawing Test – Part 3
Note: Drawing Test that is Part 3 of this paper is to be done on paper.
Distribution of marks and question in JEE Main 2020 – B. Plan
Planning Based Question
Important Note for objective type or most Appropriate:
To answer a question, the candidates need to choose one option corresponding to the correct option. However, after the process of challenges of the key, if more than one option is found to be correct then the multiple correct options will be given the four marks (+4). Any incorrect option marked will be given the minus one mark(-1). Unanswered/Marked for review will be given no marks. In case, a question is dropped/ignored, all candidates will be given four marks(+4) irrespective of the fact whether the question has been attempted or not attempted by the candidate.
Cracktest Note: We doesn’t provide pattern of 5 questions which have to be filled as numerical value in online mock test preparation.
What is Numerical Value Type Questions:
In Numerical Value Type Questions the answer is Numerical value. In such questions you don’t have to select options, students have to enter values using keyboard, or virtual keyboard.
LIC AAO Exam
The full form of ‘LIC AAO’ exam is ‘Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) Assistant Administrative Officer’ exam. LIC conducts this exam to recruit Assistant Administrative Officers in its various branches across the nation. Once you qualify the LIC AAO exam, you are hired as Assistant Administrative Officer in the prestigious state-owned Insurance & Investment Company, Life Insurance Corporation.
LIC AAO Exam Pattern & Selection Procedure
LIC selection process for the AAO exam consists of 3 stages, which are:
LIC AAO Prelims Exam Pattern:
Online Mains Exam AAO
General Knowledge, Current Affairs
Insurance and Financial Market Awareness
English Language (Letter writing & Essay)
Your selection becomes final not by just clearing the Personal Interview but after Medical Examination.
LIC Assistant Exam
‘Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) Assistant’ exam. LIC conducts this exam to recruit Assistant in its various branches across the nation. Once you qualify the LIC Assistant exam, you are hired as Assistant in the prestigious state-owned Insurance & Investment Company, Life Insurance Corporation.
LIC Assistant Exam Pattern & Selection Procedure
LIC selection process for the Assistant exam consists of 2 stages followed by pre recruitment medical test, which are:
LIC Assistant Prelims Exam Pattern:
English Language / Hindi* Language
Online Mains Exam Pattern
General / Finance Awareness