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Advertisement No. 04 of 2020

Latest Updated On 20.01.2021 : JKSSB Has Released The Detailed Syllabus…Download Syllabus Through the Link Given Below……

JKSSB Detailed Syllabus Pdf 2021

About JKSSB Junior Assistant Recruitment :

Jammu & Kashmir Services Selection Board has Recently Announced and Invited the Online Applications from the Eligible Candidates for the Various posts in different Departments. The total number of Vacancies for these Posts were 1700 Posts. Many Interested and Eligible Candidates applied for these Posts online. The Process of Submission of Online Applications for these Posts was commenced from 27th of December, 2020 and Last Date to Apply for these Posts was 16th of January, 2021. Check the other details from below.

Origination Name J&K Services Selection Board
Name of Post Various posts in different Departments
No. of Vacancy 1700
Selection Process Written/ Skill Test (if any)
Exam Date
Application Submission Start Date 27-12-2020
Last Date to Apply Online 16.01.2021

About Exam :

J&K Services Selection Board will soon conduct the Written Exam for the Posts of Various posts in different Departments. Candidates who applied for these Posts are now waiting for the Exam Dates. Many Candidates are Searching and Enquiring about the Exam Dates from the Various Sources. Though, the Exam Dates are not released yet, but soon it will be released on the Official Website of JKSSB.

Nowadays Competition Level become very high so Competitive Exams gets too tougher. Candidates facing critical problem of “What to prepare” and “How to prepare” to give their best in their exams. So, here we are providing the latest Syllabus & Exam Pattern.

Selection Process :

Advertisement No. 04 of 2020

Name of the post Criteria for Selection
Librarian The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Junior Librarian The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Junior Assistant Skill Test = 20 points
Written Examination/CBT =80 points (The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 20 points earmarked for the Type Test)
Junior Stenographer Skill Test = 40 points
Written Examination/CBT =60 points (The marks obtained in the Skill Test shall be proportionately allotted against 40 points earmarked for the Skill Test)
Junior Stenographer Skill Test = 40 points
Written Examination/CBT = 60 points (The marks obtained in the Skill Test shall be proportionately allotted against 40 points earmarked for the Skill Test)
Binder The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Cataloguer The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Conservation Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Surveyor (Archi ves) The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Modeller The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Photographer The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Chemical Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Lab. Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
  Library Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Junior Assistant Skill Test = 20 points
Written Examination/ CBT =80 points (The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 20 points earmarked for the Type Test)
Driver The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in the written examination only.The candidate shall have to qualify Driving test to appear for written examination.
Record Keeper   The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Labour Inspector Marks obtained in the written test out of maximum marks shall be proportionately converted into points = 80
Viva voice = 20
Total=100
Junior Stenographer Skill Test = 40 points
Written Examination/CBT =60 points (The marks obtained in the Skill Test shall be proportionately allotted against 40 points earmarked for the Skill Test)
  Junior Assistant Skill Test = 20 points
Written Examination/CBT =80 points (The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 20 points earmarked for the Type Test)
Bioler Man The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Driver Grade-II The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in the written examination only.The candidate shall have to qualify Driving test to appear for written examination.
Care Taker   The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Labour Officer Marks obtained in the written test out of maximum marks shall be proportionately converted into points = 80
Viva voice = 20
Total = 100
Supervisior The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Career Counseling Officer Marks obtained in the written test out of maximum marks shall be proportionately converted into points =80
Viva voice =20
Total=100
Junior Stenographer Skill Test = 40 points Written Examination/CBT =60 points (The marks obtained in the Skill Test shall be proportionately allotted against 40 points earmarked for the Skill Test)
Junior Assistant Skill Test = 20 points
Written Examination/CBT =80 points (The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 20 points earmarked for the Type Test)
Driver Grade-II The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in the Written examination only. The candidate shall have to qualify Driving test to appear for written examination.
Driver Grade-II The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in the written examination only.The candidate shall have to qualify Driving test to appear for written examination.
Store Attendent       The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Foreman The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Mechanic The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Fitter The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Greaser Washer The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Welder The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Electrician The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Motor Vehicle Inspectors The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Motor Vehicle Traffic Assistant     The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Motor Vehicle Inspectors The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Sub Motor Vehicle Inspectors     The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Assistant Motor Vehicle Inspectors   The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Motor Vehicle Traffic Assistant   The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Motor Vehicle Inspectors     The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Sub Motor Vehicle Inspector     The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Assistant Motor Vehicle Inspector The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Motor Vehicle Traffic Assistant     The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Assistant Programmer       The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Junior Assistant Skill Test = 20 points
Written Examination/CBT =80 points (The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 20 points earmarked for the Type Test)
Data Entry Operator     The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Election Assistant (Junior Scale) Skill Test = 20 points
Written Examination/CBT =80 points (The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 20 points earmarked for the Type Test)
Junior Scale Stenographer Skill Test = 40 points
Written Examination/CBT =60 points (The marks obtained in the Skill Test shall be proportionately allotted against 40 points earmarked for the Skill Test)
Junior Scale Stenographer Skill Test = 40 points
Written Examination/CBT =60 points (The marks obtained in the Skill Test shall be proportionately allotted against 40 points earmarked for the Skill Test)
Junior Scale Stenographer Skill Test = 40 points
Written Examination/CBT =60 points (The marks obtained in the Skill Test shall be proportionately allotted against 40 points earmarked for the Skill Test)
    Junior Assistant Skill Test = 20 points
Written Examination/CBT =80 points (The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 20 points earmarked for the Type Test)
Junior Assistant Skill Test = 20 points Written Examination/CBT =80 points (The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 20 points earmarked for the Type Test)
Driver The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in the written examination only.The candidate shall have to qualify Driving test to appear for written examination.
Accounts Assistant           The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Junior Statistical Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
Junior Assistant Skill Test = 20 points Written Examination/CBT =80 points (The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 20 points earmarked for the Type Test)
Junior Assistant Skill Test = 20 points Written Examination/CBT =80 points (The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 20 points earmarked for the Type Test)
    Library Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
      Driver The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in the written examination only.The candidate shall have to qualify Driving test to appear for written examination. The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit
  Driver obtained in the written examination only.The candidate shall have to qualify Driving test to appear for written examination.
Junior Statistical Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
  Junior Assistant Skill Test = 20 points Written Examination/CBT =80 points (The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 20 points earmarked for the Type Test) allotted against 20 points earmarked for the Type Test)
    Assistant Compiler The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
    Assistant Compiler The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
        Inspector Marks obtained in the written test out of maximum marks shall be proportionately converted into points = 80
Viva voice =20
Total=100
    Sub Inspector The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
      Junior Scale Stenographer Skill Test = 40 points
Written Examination/ CBT = 60 points (The marks obtained in the Skill Test shall be proportionately allotted against 40 points earmarked for the Skill Test)
      Junior Scale Stenographer Skill Test = 40 points
Written Examination/CBT = 60 points (The marks obtained in the Skill Test shall be proportionately allotted against 40 points earmarked for the Skill Test)
    Sub Inspector The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
    Junior Assistant Skill Test = 20 points
Written Examination/CBT =80 points (The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 20 points earmarked for the Type Test)
    Sub Inspector The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
  Junior Assistant Skill Test = 20 points
Written Examination/CBT =80 points (The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 20 points earmarked for the Type Test)
    Chemist The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.

Advertisement No. 06 of 2020

Item No. Name of the post Criteria for selection.
179, 188, 198, 215 to 222, 230 & 232 Junior Assistant Skill Test = 20 points Written Examination/CBT =80 points(The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 20 points earmarked for the Type Test)
180, 191 Educator-cum- Studio Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
181 Tabla Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
182, 193 Junior Laboratory Technician The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
183, 192 Junior Stenographer Skill Test = 40 points Written Examination/ CBT=60 points (The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 40 points earmarked for the Type Test)
184, 194, Technical Assistant EduSat The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
185 EduSat Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
186, 199 Computer Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
187 Assistant PTI The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
189, 203 Library Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
190 Plumber-II The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
195 EduSat Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
196 Workshop Instructor The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
197 Carpenter-II The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
200 Maintenance Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
201 Workshop Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
202 Data Entry Operator The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
204 Upholester The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
205 Telephone Operator The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
206 & 207 Table Boy The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
208 Telephone Operator The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
209 Driver The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in the written examination only. The candidate  shall have to qualify Driving Test to be eligible to appear for written examination
210 Waiter (For Delhi) The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
211 Room Bearer (For Delhi) The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
212 Storekeeper (For Delhi) The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
213 Assistant Secretary The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
214 Head Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
223 to 228 Welfare Organizer The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only. The candidate shall have to qualify Skill Test (Type writing having not less than 35 words speed per minute) to be eligible for appearing in the written Test.
229 Assistant Labour Procurement Officer The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
231 Laboratory Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
233 Driver The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in the written examination only. The candidate  shall have to qualify Driving Test to be eligible to appear for written examination
234 Laboratory Attendant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
235 Orderly The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
236 Chowkidar The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.

Advertisement No. 07 of 2020

Item No. Name of the post Criteria for selection.
237, 327 Junior Scale Stenographer & Junior Stenographer Skill Test = 40 points Written Examination /CBT=60 points (The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 40 points earmarked for the Type Test)
238 Draftsman (Soil Conservation) The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
239 Carpenter The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
240 Cameraman The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
241 Agriculture Extension Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
242 Steno Typist Skill Test = 40 points
Written Examination/ CBT=60 points
(The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 40 points earmarked for the Type Test)
243 Tracer The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
244 to 246 Film Operator The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
247 to 255, 304, 314, 324 Driver-II, Driver The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in the written examination only. The candidate shall have to qualify Driving Test to be eligible to appear for written examination
256 to 265, 291 to 294, 300 to 303, 318, 328, 331 & 332 Junior Assistant Skill Test = 20 points
Written Examination /CBT= 80 points
(The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 20 points earmarked for the Type Test).
266 to 272 Plant Protection Operator The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
273 Farm Supervisor The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
274 & 275 Beekeeper The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
276 & 277 Field Supervisor The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
278 Truck Cleaner The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
279 to 290 Bee  Keeper/ Field Assistant Grade- III/ Equivalent The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
295 to 298 Film Operator The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
299 Agriculture Extension Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
305 Plumber The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
306 Foreman/ Senior Mechanic The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
307 Foreman/ Technician The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
308 Jr. Programmer The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
309 Computer Instructor/ Operator The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
310, 333 Librarian The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
311, 320 Workshop Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
312 Junior Lab Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
313 Motor Driver Mechanic The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
315 Electronic Mechanic The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
316 Library Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
317 Assistant Librarian The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
319 Audio Visual Mechanic The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
321 Electrician The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
322 Junior Lab Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
323 Plumber The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
325 Electronic Mechanic The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
326 Library Assistant The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
329 Kitabat Instructor The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.
330 Urdu Shorthand Instructor Skill Test = 40 points Written Examination / CBT=60 points (The marks obtained in the Type Test shall be proportionately allotted against 40 points earmarked for the Type Test)
334 Junior Engineer The selection for the post shall be made on the basis of merit obtained in written examination only.

Exam Pattern :

Exam Pattern for the Written Exam is as Follows:-

  • Exam Will be Objective Type.
  • Questions will be in the form of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ).
  • Maximum Marks for this Exam will be 120 Marks & for the Posts of Driver and Supervisory it will be of 100 Marks.
  • Time allocated for this Exam will be of 2 hours.
  • There will be a negative marking of 0.25 Marks.

Exam Syllabus :

Exam Syllabus for Examination is given below :-

Annexure “A”

Subject:         Syllabus for Written test (Objective Type) for the post of Accounts Assistant (Finance).

Marks: 120                                                                                   Time: 02:00 Hours

General Knowledge with special reference to J&K UT                       20 Marks

  • Popular names of personalities (Religion, Politics, Scientific discoveries, Geographical, Sports, History)
  • Centrally Sponsored Schemes- Guidelines and objectives.
  • Climate and crops in J&K and India.
  • Current events of Local, National and International importance.
  • Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport.
  • J&K History, Economy and Culture
  • Flora and Fauna of J&K
  • Rivers and Lakes.
  • Important Tourist Destinations.
  • J&K Panchayati Raj Act, 1989 (as amended upto December,  2020), 73rd  & 74th Constitutional amendments.
  • J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019

Statistics                                                                                                         15 Marks

  • Primary and secondary data.
  • Tabulation and compilation of Data
  • Measures of central Tendency
  • Theory of Probability
  • Correlation and regression- Concept and simple applications.
  • Theory of Attributes- Basic concepts and their applications.
  • Theory of Index Numbers: Tests of Index numbers- Wholesale and consumer price Index numbers.
  • Demography-Census, its features and functions.
  • Vital Statistics- Measures of fertility, Crude fertility rates, specific fertility rates, gross and net reproduction rates., Measures of Mortality

General Economics                                                                                            15 Marks

  • Introduction of Economics- Basic  concept and Principles.
  • Fiscal & Monetary Policy- Meaning, Scope and Methodology.
  • Theory of consumers demand using indifference curve technique.
  • Demand Analysis
  • Factor Pricing –Marginal productivity Theory & Ricardian Theory of Rent
  • Pricing under various forms of Market.
  • Factors of production & Laws of Production.
  • Concept of Economic Growth and its measurement
  • Characteristics and problems of developing economy
  • Planning vs Market Economy.
  • Economic Reforms in India
  • Concepts of National Income.
  • Inflation- Meaning, Types, Effects.

Mathematics                                                                                                       15 Marks

  • Set Theory – Basic Concepts & Applications.
  • Matrices & Determinants, Simultaneous Linear  Equations-  Cramer’s  Rule.
  • Analytical Geometry.
  • Differentiation- Basic Concepts (Addition, Product & Chain rule)
  • Optimization using Differential techniques.
  • Integration-Reduction & Substitution Method.
  • Linear Differential Equations.
  • Differential Equations Existence theorem for the solution of dy/dx = f(x,y)

Knowledge of Computers                                                                                   15 Marks

  • Introduction and Objectives.
  • Basic Applications of Computer and its component.
  • Fundamentals of computer sciences.
  • Hardware & Software, Concept of Open Source Technologies.
  • Input & output Devices.
  • Knowledge of MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, MS Powerpoint, PDF Internet and E-mail.
  • Concept of Computer Virus and Anti-Virus.
  • Terms and Abbreviation used in IT.

Accountancy and Book Keeping                                                                          15 Marks

  • Introduction to Financial Accounting and its terms.
  • Accounting equation and  Journal.
  • Voucher Approach in  Accounting.
  • Bank reconciliation Statement.
  • Financial Management/Statements.
  • Partnership Accounts.
  • Ledger Accounts.
  • Cash Book, Financial Audit.
  • Elements of Double entry Book Keeping.
  • Rules for journalizing.
  • Trial Balance.
  • Trading Account.
  • Profit Loss Account and Balance Sheet.
  • Concept of Social Accounting, Social Audit and cash based single entry system of accounting.
  • Public Financial Management System (PFMS).

General Science                                                                                                  15 Marks

  • Various sources of energy; conventional sources  of  energy; improvement in technology for using conventional source of energy (Biomass and wind energy)
  • Non-conventional sources of energy (Solar energy,Tidal energy).
  • Mechanics, Rest, motion, Velocites, acceleration, Newton Laws of  motion,
  • Voltage, Current, Resistance, Power, D.C Batteries
  • Waves, light as a wave, Sound waves, Transverse and longitudinal  waves.
  • Structure of Atom
  • Solids, Liqids and Gases(Basics)
  • Life processes: Nutrition and its types, Respiration, Transportation of water, food and minerals in plants.
  • Vitamins- Dieases related to vitamin deficiency.
  • Environmental pollution.
  • Ecosystem – Its components, Food chains and Food webs.
  • Ozone layer, its depletion, Green House Effect.

Mental Ability & Reasoning                                                                                10 Marks

  • Number series.
  • Letter series.
  • Coding decoding.
  • Direction sense.
  • Blood relations.
  • Mathematical reasoning.
  • Speed, Distance and Time.
  • Statements and conclusions.
  • Logical Reasoning.
  • Mental Reasoning.

Annexure “B”

Subject: Syllabus for written test (Objective Type) for Graduate Level posts – Sub inspector (Finance)

Marks: 120                                                                            Time: 02.00 Hrs.

GENERAL ENGLISH                                                                                                      20 Marks

  • Tenses
  • Rearranging of jumbled sentences.
  • Narration
  • Models
  • Articles
  • Comprehension with blanks to be filled in with
  • Phrases
  • Pronouns
  • Homonyms / homophones.
  • Clauses
  • Synonyms and antonyms
  • Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.
  • Idioms and phrases.
  • Uses of Prepositions.
  • Active & Passive Voice

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND CURRENT AFFAIRS                                                        20 Marks

  • Indian History with special reference to Freedom struggle
  • First in world (Adventure, Sports, Discoveries)
  • First in India (Adventure, Sports, Discoveries)
  • Popular Personalities  (Politics,  Scientific discoveries, Geographical,      Sports, History)
  • The Newspaper world – (Current Dailies & Weeklies of India)
  • Languages & Culture
  • International Organisations- UNO, WHO, WTO, IMF, UNESCO, UNCTAD etc.
  • Important Regional Organizations and Blocs- BRICS, OPEC, ASEAN, SAARC, BIMSTEC, G-20, G-7 etc.
  • Sustainable Development Goals
  • Communicale Diseases- cure and prevention
  • NCDC- COVID-19 – SOPs, Advisories, Guidelines etc
  • World famous Awards
  • The world of Sports
  • Climate & Crops in India
  • Political & Physical divisions of world & India
  • Important Rivers & Lakes in India
  • Current Events of National and International importance
  • Agriculture    in   economic   development;   Industrialization    and   economic development.
  • Foreign Trade & Balance of payments
  • New economic reforms
  • Inflation, Monitory Policy, Fiscal Policy, Capital Markets, Role of  RBI,  Taxation in India- Direct & Indirect Tax – CBDT, GST etc.
  • India’s Automic Research Programme,
  • Thermal / Nuclear/ Hydro Power Plants in India.

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO UT of J&K                             20 Marks

  • Popular names of personalities and their achievements/ Contribution (National and International).
  • Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport.
  • J&K History, Economy and Culture
  • Flora and Fauna of J&K
  • Rivers and Lakes.
  • Important Tourist Destinations.
  • J&K Panchayati Raj Act, 1989 (as ameneded upto  December, 2020),  73rd  & 74th Constitutional amendments.
  • J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019

GENERAL SCIENCE                                                                                              20 Marks

  • Various sources of energy; conventional sources of energy; improvement in technology for using conventional source of energy (Biomass and wind energy)
  • Non-conventional sources of energy (Solar energy,Tidal energy).
  • Mechanics, Rest, motion, Velocites, acceleration, Newton Laws of motion,
  • Voltage, Current, Resistance, Power, D.C Batteries
  • Waves, light as a wave, Sound waves, Transverse and longitudinal waves.
  • Structure of Atom
  • Solids, Liqids and Gases(Basics)
  • Life processes: Nutrition and its types, Respiration, Transportation of water, food and minerals in plants.
  • Vitamins- Dieases related to vitamin deficiency.
  • Environmental pollution.
  • Ecosystem – Its components, Food chains and Food webs.
  • Ozone layer, its depletion, Green House Effect.
  • Importance of water in life

MENTAL ABILITY TEST                                                                                      20 Marks

  • Number series.
  • Letter series.
  • Coding decoding.
  • Direction sense.
  • Blood relations.
  • Mathematical reasoning.
  • Speed, Distance and Time.
  • Statements and conclusions.
  • Logical Reasoning.
  • Mental Reasoning.

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS                                                                                   20 Marks

  • Fundamentals of computer sciences
  • Hardware & Software
  • Input and output devices
  • Operating system
  • M.S Word,M.S Excel, M.S Acess and Powerpoint Presentation
  • E_mail & Internet

Annexure C

Subject: Syllabus for written test (Objective Type) for 10+2 Level posts – Assistant Compiler (Finance Department)

Marks: 120                                                                            Time: 02.00 Hrs.

GENERAL ENGLISH                                                                                             15 Marks

  • Paragraph writing / Comprehension
  • Editing / Proof Reading.
  • Rearranging of jumbled sentences
  • Dialogue
  • Narration
  • Models
  • Articles
  • Paragraph writing with blanks to be filled in with the following
  • Phrases
  • Pronouns
  • Homonyms / homophones.
  • Clauses
  • Punctuation
  • Synonyms and antonyms
  • Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.
  • Idioms and phrases.
  • Uses of Prepositions

MATHEMATICS                                                                                                               15 Marks

  • Problems on finding Surface areas and volumes of combinations of any two  of the given cubes, cubiods, spheres, hemispheres and right  circular  cylinders / cones. Frustum of a cone.
  • Problems involving converting one type of metalic solid into another and  other mixed problems.
  • Profit and loss
  • Simple / Compound interest.
  • Linear equations with two variables.
  • Progression / BODMAS
  • Probability: Simple problems on Single event.

HISTORY                                                                                                                      15 Marks

  • Revolt of 1857 – Causes and Effects.
  • Rise of National Movement – Factors.
  • Formation of the Indian National Congress in 1885 and Role of Moderates.
  • Factors leading to the rise of Exremism in the Congress with special reference to the Partition of Bengal.
  • Important dates and historical events with reference to India
  • Boycott and Swadeshi Movement.
  • Rise of Muslim League in 1906 : Cause.
  • Khilafat Movement and the Non-Cooperation Movement.
  • Quit India Movement.
  • Independence and Partition of India.

CIVICS                                                                                                                 15 Marks

  • Origin   of  democracy  and  its  types.    Direct and Indirect Democracy,
  • Hindrance to Democracy
  • Fundamental Rights.
  • Fundamental duties.
  • Directive Principles.
  • Public opinion.
  • Representaion.
  • Franchise.
  • Secret Ballot.
  • Nomination.
  • Symbol.
  • The Campaign
  • Presidential elections.
  • Languages
  • Cities and Villages.
  • The United Nations.

GEOGRAPHY                                                                                                       15 Marks

  • Change of Seasons/ Planets/ Solar System/ Longitude – Latitude. Types of forests (with special reference of UT of J&K)
  • Conservation and protection of forests.
  • National / Zoological Parks and wildlife sanctuaries (Reference of J&K Sanctuaries and National Parks).
  • Water resources. Sources of Water (with special reference of UT of J&K)
  • Resources. Conservation and management of water resources.
  • Rainwater Harvesting.
  • Roads (Different routes of UT of J&K)

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND CURRENT AFFAIRS                                                20 Marks

  • Abbreviations
  • Popular Personalities
  • Geographical Discoveries
  • Principal Languages of India
  • Capitals and Currencies of Countries
  • International Organisations- UNO, WHO, WTO, IMF,  UNESCO,  UNCTAD etc.
  • Important Regional Organizations and Blocs- BRICS, OPEC, ASEAN, SAARC, BIMSTEC, G-20, G-7 etc.
  • Space Programme of India
  • India’s Automic Research Programme
  • Honours and Prizes, Seven Wonders.
  • The World of Sports
  • Exports and Imports
  • GDP, GNP, Per capita Income etc
  • Thermal / Nuclear/ Hydro Power Plants in India.

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE to UT of J&K                                15 Marks

  • Popular names of personalities and their achievements/ Contribution (National and International).
  • Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport.
  • J&K History, Economy and Culture
  • Flora and Fauna of J&K
  • Rivers and Lakes.
  • Important Tourist Destinations.
  • J&K Panchayati Raj Act, 1989 (as ameneded upto  December, 2020),  73rd  & 74th Constitutional amendments.
  • J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019

MENTAL ABILITY TEST                                                                                        10 Marks

  • Number series
  • Letter series
  • Coding decoding
  • Direction sense
  • Blood relations
  • Mathematical reasoning
  • Speed, Distance and Time
  • Statements and conclusions.

Annexure “D”

Subject:      Syllabus for Written Test (Objective Type) Jr. Scale Stenographer/ Jr Stenographer/ Jr Assistant

Marks: 80                                          Time: 80 Minutes

ENGLISH/GENERAL AWARENESS:                                                                             20 MARKS

  • Tenses
  • Rearranging of jumbled sentences.
  • Narration
  • Models
  • Articles
  • Comprehension with blanks to be filled in with
  • Phrases
  • Pronouns
  • Homonyms / homophones.
  • Clauses
  • Synonyms and antonyms
  • Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.
  • Idioms and phrases.
  • Uses of Prepositions.
  • Active & Passive Voice

NUMERICAL AND REASONING ABILITY                                                                    40 MARKS

Basic Arithmetic:

  • Number System
  • Percentage,
  • Average,
  • Profit & Loss,
  • Ratio & Proportion,
  • Time & Work etc

Reasoning:

  • Number series
  • Letter series
  • Coding decoding
  • Direction sense
  • Blood relations
  • Mathematical reasoning
  • Speed, Distance and Time
  • Statements and conclusions.

BASIC CONCEPTS OF COMPUTERS                                                                      20 MARKS

  • Computer terminologyHardware and Software
  • Storage and Operating systems
  • Safety and Security
  • E-mail and Internet Usage

Annexure “E”

Subject:      Syllabus for Written test (Objective Type) for the post of Junior Statistical Assistant

Marks:-120                                                                                                      Time: – 2.00 Hours

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND CURRENT AFFAIRS                                                      15 MARKS

Indian History with special reference to Freedom struggle

  • Languages & Culture
  • International Organisations- UNO, WHO, WTO, IMF, UNESCO, UNCTAD etc.
  • Important Regional Organizations and Blocs- BRICS, OPEC, ASEAN, SAARC, BIMSTEC, G-20, G-7 etc.
  • Sustainable Development Goals
  • Communicale Diseases- cure and prevention
  • NCDC- COVID-19 – SOPs, Advisories, Guidelines etc
  • World famous Awards
  • The world of Sports
  • Climate & Crops in India
  • Political & Physical divisions of world & India
  • Important Rivers & Lakes in India
  • Current Events of National and International importance

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO UT of J&K                              10 Marks

  • Popular   names   of   personalities   and   their   achievements/   Contribution (National and International).
  • Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport.
  • J&K History, Economy and Culture
  • Flora and Fauna of J&K
  • Rivers and Lakes.
  • Important Tourist Destinations.
  • J&K Panchayati Raj Act, 1989 (as ameneded upto December, 2020), 73rd & 74th Constitutional amendments.
  • J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019

STATISTICAL METHODS & APPLIED STATISTICS                                                      25 MARKS

  • Primary and secondary data.
  • Methods of collecting Primary and Secondary Data
  • Preparation of questionaires
  • Tabulation and compilation of Data
  • Measures of central Tendency
  • Theory of Probability
  • Correlation and regression- Concept and simple applications.
  • Theory of Attributes- Basic concepts and their applications.
  • Theory of Index Numbers: Tests of Index numbers- Wholesale and consumer price Index numbers.
  • Demography-Census, its features and functions.
  • Vital Statistics- Measures of fertility, Crude fertility rates, specific fertility rates, gross and net reproduction rates., Measures of Mortality
  • Interpolation & Extrapolation.

GENERAL ECONOMICS                                                                                            25 MARKS

  • Meaning and scope of Economics; Methodology of Economic Analysis.
  • Utility, Supply, Demand and Elasticity of Demand, Commodity Value, Market.
  • Theory of Consumer Demand and Demand Analysis.
  • Factors of Production and Laws of Production.
  • Pricing and Market Structures.
  • Production Theory and Costs.
  • Concept of Economic Growth of Development; Theories of Growth of Development.
  • Determination of National Income.
  • Public Finance; Revenue, Public Expenditure, Public Debt, Deficit Financing.
  • Foreign Trade & Balance of payments.
  • Money & Inflation.
  • Banking and Monetary Policy.
  • Money & Capital Markets.
  • Agriculture   &   economic   development;   Industrialization  and   economic development.
  • Planning versus Market Economy.
  • Green Revolution in India, Poverty/ Unemployment, Role of Agriculture.
  • Economic Reforms in India.

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS                                                                                       15 MARKS

  • Fundamentals of computer sciences,
  • Hardware & Software, Concept of Open Source Technologies
  • Input & Output Devices,
  • Flow Charts and Algorithms
  • Operating System:- MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, MS Power-Pont ,PDF
  • Internet & E-mail
  • Concept of Computer Virus & latest Anti-Virus.
  • Data Communication and Networking
  • Introduction to Database Management

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                                                                                        15 MARKS

  • Information concept & Processing
  • Computer Appreciation
  • Elements of Computers Processing System Hardware CPU, Peripherals, Storage Media, Software Definition, Role and Categories Firmware and Human-ware.
  • Computer & Communication.
  • Programming Language Classification
  • Information Technology Applications of India
  • Representation of Information.
  • Basic Electronics- Semiconductor Diodes, Operational Amplifiers, Bipolar Junction Transistor etc

MATHEMATICS                                                                                                        15 MARKS

  • Set Theory – Basic Concepts & Applications.
  • Matrices & Determinants, Simultaneous Linear Equations- Cramer’s Rule.
  • Analytical Geometry.
  • Differentiation- Basic Concepts (Addition, Product & Chain Rule)
  • Integration-Reduction & Substitution Method.
  • Differential Equations.

Annexure “F”

Subject: Syllabus for Written Test (Objective Type) for – Motor Vehicle Inspector / Sub Motor Vehicle Inspector /Assistant Motor Vehicle Inspector

Total Marks=120                                                                      Time=02 Hours

GENERAL ENGLISH                                                                                                     10 Marks

(i)       Tenses

  • Rearranging of jumbled sentences.
  • Narration
  • Models
  • Articles
  • Comprehension with blanks to be filled in with
  • Phrases
  • Pronouns
  • Homonyms / homophones.
  • Clauses
  • Synonyms and antonyms
  • Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.
  • Idioms and phrases.
  • Uses of Prepositions.
  • Active & Passive Voice

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE                                                                                            10 Marks

  • First Aid
  • Fire hazard
  • Vehicle maintenance
  • Motor vehicle laws in India & JK UT.
  • Pollution standards
  • Road safety rules

BASIC COURSES IN ENGINEERING / TECHNOLOGY                                                 20 Marks

  • Applied Mechanics
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Elements of Mechanical Engineering
  • Fundamentals of Thermal Engineering
  • Hydraulic and Hydraulic Mechanic

APPLIED COURSES IN ENGINEERING / TECHNOLOGY                                             40 Marks

  • Auto Engineering Drawing
  • Auto Engine
  • Automotive Materials
  • Chasis, Body and Transmission
  • MVA and Transport Management
  • Automotive Emission Control
  • Applied thermodynamics
  • CADD
  • Theory of Machines
  • CNC machines
  • Metrology and quality control
  • Maintenance

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING                                                                         20 Marks

  • Transmission of Power
  • Internal combustion Engines
  • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems
  • Hydraulics

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING                                                                           20 Marks

  • Fundamental Dynamics Engineering Graphics & Coputer Modelling
  • Mechanics of Materials – I & II
  • Theory of Machines – I & II
  • Applied Thermodynamic-I & II
  • Theory of Machines – I & II
  • Hydraulic Machinery
  • Measurement and Instrumentation

Subject:      Syllabus for Written Test (Objective Type) for Driver/Driver Grade II

Total Marks=100                                                                      Time=02 Hours

BASIC ENGLISH                                                                                                          20 Marks

  • Articles
  • Synonyms
  • Antonyms
  • Preposition
  • Verbs
  • Reading comprehension
  • Determiners
  • Spellings
  • Sentences

GENERAL AWARENESS                                                                                               20 Marks

  • Current events of National importance
  • History, Economy, Culture & Geography of India
  • Honours and Awards
  • The World of Sports
  • Popular Personalities
  • Geographical Discoveries
  • Principal Languages of India
  • Capitals and Currencies of Countries
  • History, Geography, Culture and Economy of UT of Jammu and Kashmir

BASIC MATHEMATICS                                                                                                20 Marks

  • Percentage
  • Average
  • Time, Work and Distance
  • Ratio and Proportions
  • Problem of Age
  • Probability
  • LCM, HCF
  • Mensuration

BASIC SCIENCE                                                                                                          20 Marks

  • Sources of energy; Conventional & Non-Conventional
  • Health, Hygiene and Sanitation
  • Environmental pollution
  • Nutrition, Respiration, Excretion etc
  • Communicable & Non-Communicable Dieases.
  • Ecosystem – Its components, Food chains and Food webs.
  • Ozone layer, its depletion, Green House Effect.
  • Importance of water in life

BASIC REASONING                                                                 20 Marks

  • Analogies
  • Relationship concepts
  • Figure odd one out
  • Direct Sense
  • Figure Series completion
  • Venn Diagram
  • Number series
  • Coding/Decoding

Annexure “H”

Subject:      Syllabus for Written Test (Objective Type) for Matric level posts-

Supervisior.

Total Marks=100                                                                      Time=02 Hours

BASIC ENGLISH                                                                                                          20 Marks

  • Articles
  • Synonyms
  • Antonyms
  • Preposition
  • Verbs
  • Reading comprehension
  • Determiners
  • Spellings
  • Sentences

GENERAL AWARENESS                                                                                               20 Marks

  • Current events of National importance
  • History, Economy, Culture & Geography of India
  • Honours and Awards
  • The World of Sports
  • Popular Personalities
  • Geographical Discoveries
  • Principal Languages of India
  • Capitals and Currencies of Countries
  • History, Geography, Culture and Economy of UT of Jammu and Kashmir

BASIC MATHEMATICS                                                                                                20 Marks

  • Percentage
  • Average
  • Time, Work and Distance
  • Ratio and Proportions
  • Problem of Age
  • Probability
  • LCM, HCF
  • Mensuration

BASIC SCIENCE                                                                                              20 Marks

  • ources of energy; Conventional & Non-Conventional
  • Health, Hygiene and Sanitation
  • Environmental pollution
  • Nutrition, Respiration, Excretion etc
  • Communicable & Non-Communicable Dieases.
  • Ecosystem – Its components, Food chains and Food webs.
  • Ozone layer, its depletion, Green House Effect.
  • Importance of water in life

BASIC REASONING                                                                                         20 Marks

  • Analogies
  • Relationship concepts
  • Figure odd one out
  • Direct Sense
  • Figure Series completion
  • Venn Diagram
  • Number series
  • Coding/Decoding

Name of the post

Annexure Annesued as

Supervisior, Binder, Room Bearer (For Delhi), Table Boy, Waiter (For Delhi), Work Shop Attendant, Chowkidar, Orderly & Telephone Operator Annexure “A”
Draftsman(Civil) Annexure “B”
Junior Engineer(Civil) Annexure “C”
Foreman Grade I (Mechanical), Foreman/ Technician & Junior Engineer(Mechanical) Annexure “D”
Jr. Stenographer & Junior Scale Stenographer, Personal Assistant Annexure “E”
Cumputer-cum-Junior Assistant, Jr. Assistant, Cadrex Clerk, Welfare Organizer & Store Attendent Annexure “F”
Assistant Compiler & Care Taker Annexure “G”
Fitter, Machineman, Etcher Artist, Assistant Mechanic, Junior Mechanic, Servicing Operator, Plumber, Carpenter, Fitter, Greaser Washer, Electrician, Mechanic, Welder, Works Supervisior, Upholester, Junior Electrician, Assistant Mechanic, Lathe Runner, Electricain, Motor Driver Mechanic, Carpenter-II, Plumber-II, Motor Vehicle Traffic, Assistant, Workshop Assistant, Electronic Mechanic, Plumber, Workshop Instructor, Maintenance Assistant & Workshop Assistant Annexure “H”
Truck Cleaner Annexure “I”
Driver & Driver Grade-II Annexure “I”
Labour Inspector Annexure “J”
Election Assistant (Junior Scale) Annexure “K”
Junior Lab Assistant, Bee Keeper/Field, Assistant Grade- III/Equivalent Farm Supervisor, Plant Protection Operator, Laboratory Attendant Annexure “L”
Cataloguer, Assistant Librarian, Librarian & Junior Librarian Annexure “M”
Library Assistant Annexure “N”
Labour Officer Annexure “O”
Junior Research Assistant, Legal Assistant, Reader, Junior Legal Assistant & Legal Assistant Annexure “P”
Draftsman(Mechanical) Annexure “Q”
Motor Vehicle Inspectors, Assistant Motor Vehicle, Inspector, Sub Motor Vehicle, Inspector, Motor Vehicle Inspectors, Assistant Motor Vehicle & Inspector Annexure “R”
Junior Statistical Assistant Annexure “S”
Sub Inspector Annexure “T”
Assistant Secretary, Head Assistant, Computer Assistant, Data Entry Operator, Copy Holder, Proof Reader, V-Copy Holder, Copy Holder(English & Urdu), Sub-Editor, Photographer, Record Keeper, Assistant Labour, Procurement Officer Chemist, Sub Inspector, Storekeeper (For Dehli), Data Entry Operator & Deputy Superintendent Annexure “U”
Inspector Annexure “V”
Tabla Assistant Annexure “W”
Assistant PTI Annexure “X”
Audio Visual Mechanic Annexure “Y”

ANNEXURE “A”

Syllabus for Written Test

Total Marks=100                                                                     Time=02 Hours

S. No. Subjects/ Topic Marks assigned
1 GENERAL ENGLISH 15
2 GENERAL AWARENESS 15
3 BASIC MATHEMATICS 20
4 GENERAL SCIENCE 20
5 SOCIAL STUDIES 20
6 REASONING & MENTAL ABILITY 10
TOTAL 100

UNIT I                                                                                                                 15 Marks

  • Articles
  • Tenses
  • Modals
  • Clauses
  • Determiners
  • Preposition
  • Idioms and Phrases.
  • Synonyms / Antonyms
  • Spellings
  • Sentences
  • Phrases
  • Homonyms/ Homophones

UNIT II                                                                                                                15 Marks

  • Current events of National
    • Principal Languages of India
    • Capitals and Currencies of Countries

    importance

  • History, Geography, Culture and Economy of UT of Jammu and Kashmir
  • Flora and Fauna of J&K
  • Rivers and Lakes.
  • Important Tourist Destinations of UT of Jammu and Kashmir

Unit III                                                                                                                20 Marks

  • Percentage
  • Average
  • Time, Work and Distance
  • Ratio and Proportions
  • Problem of Age
  • Probability
  • LCM, HCF
  • Mensuration
  • Trigonometry
  • Polynomials and Quadratic equation

UNIT IV                                                                                                              20 Marks

  • Sources of energy; Conventional & Non-Conventional
  • Reflection & refraction of light, Mirror formula.
  • Refractive index, Lens formula, image formation, sign conventions.
  • Defects of vision & their correctness.
  • Electric current; Electric potential and Potential difference
  • Ohms Law, Heating effects of Current
  • Environmental pollution
  • Nutrition, Respiration, Excretion etc
  • Communicable & Non-Communicable Dieases.
  • Ecosystem – Its components, Food chains and Food webs.
  • Ozone layer, its depletion, Green House Effect.
  • Chemical Equation, types of chemical reactions.
  • Oxidation & reduction reactions
  • Bonding in Carbon, Allotropes of Carbon
  • Physical & Chemical properties of metals and non-metals.

Unit-V                                                                                                      20 Marks

  • Partition of Bengal.
  • Boycott and Swadeshi Movement.
  • Muslim League/ Khilafat Movement/Non-Cooperation Movement
  • Quit India Movement.
  • Independence and Partition of India.
  • Change of Seasons/ Planets/ Solar System
  • Longitude – Latitude.
  • Types of Forests
  • Classification of Soils
  • Types of farming
  • Major Crops
  • Resources- Types, Conservation etc.
  • Federalism
  • Democracy – Direct & Indirect.
  • Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties.
  • Representation, Franchise, Secret Ballot.
  • Political Parties- National, State, Regional etc.
  • Economy-Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Sectors

UNIT V                                                                                                                10 Marks

  • Analogies
  • Relationship concepts
  • Figure odd one out
  • Direct Sense
  • Figure Series completion
  • Venn Diagram
  • Number series
  • Coding/Decoding

ANNEXURE “B”

Syllabus for Written test

Marks =120                                                                                          120 Minutes

UNIT 1                                                                                                       25 marks

  1. Drawing is a language of technicians. Drawing office organization. Drawing instruments, equipment’s materials their use, care & maintenance, safety precautions. Introduction to BIS code of practice and Architectural drawings.
  2. Importance of lettering, printing of letters and  figures sizes, proportion etc. as   per BIS code.
  3. Forms and proportions for single stroke lettering, Lettering stencils.
  4. Geometrical drawing. Definitions, construction of plain geometrical figures. Orthographic projection, dihedral angles and recommended methods of projection according to B.I.S codes.
  5. Principles, representation and construction of different types of scales, graphic scales, recommended scales for drawing with reference to BIS codes.
  6. Dimensioning technique, order of finishing, technical, Sketching, technique of sketching model drawing, orthographic sketching etc.
  7. Conventional signs and symbols as per B.I. S. Bricks characteristics of good bricks, hollow bricks and manufacture of bricks.
  8. Tiles, terracotta, stone ware and earthen ware, sand types, characteristics,  cement, lime.

UNIT 2                                                                                                            30 marks

  1. Sequence of construction of a building. Names of different parts of building. Bricks masonry- principles of construction of bonds. Tools and equipment used. Scaffolding.
  2. Stone masonry, terms used, principles of construction, classification, composite masonry and strength of walls. Timber: Structure- Indian timber uses.
  3. Foundation: Purpose, causes of failure of foundation, bearing capacity of soils, dead and live loads, examination of ground. Types of foundation. Drawing of footing foundation, setting out of building on ground excavation, shorting & simple machine foundations.
  4. Dampness in building and damp proof course. Method of prevention of dampness in building. Mortar-types, proportion & mixing. Plastering & pointing. White washing & distempering.
  5. Types of ground floor and methods of constructing granolithic, mosaic, brick tiles etc. floors.
  6. Arches-technical terms forms –brick and stone centering lintel. Market forms and sizes.
  7. Carpentry joints-terms, Classification of joints.
  8. Door- parts of door, location, sizes, and types.
  9. Windows and ventilators including steel window and ventilators fixtures and fastenings used in doors. Window and ventilators.
  10. Roof-Pitched roof types, roof covering, component parts of roof. Theory  of trussing king and queen post trusses.
  11. Classification and construction of upper floors including waterproofing, general Principles of construction of masonry & R. C.C
  12. Stairs: Terms, forms, materials planning and designing of Stairs. Details of construction.
  13. Residential building. Principles of planning. Orientation-local building by law as including BIS code, type of residential building rooms, services, utilities which constitute as dwelling house. Estimating.
  14. Method and find out quantities for a single storied residential building.
  15. Perspective view types. Method of construction, technique of colouring and shading.
  16. Inking & tracing, operating of Leroy set & care of its accessories. Method of preparing Blue prints or Ammonia Prints, Folding of prints.
  17. Safety precaution& elementary first aid, forge and fuel. Lighting fire Common had tools-their description and use. Description of plumbing operations.
  18. Safety precautions & elementary firs aid- carpenter’s hand tools, their names, description and use. Common joints. Use of nails, screws hinges, dowels etc. preparation of glue & putty, Grinding & sharpening of tools. Their care & maintenance. Use of different types of joints. Properties and uses of different timbers used in construction work.
  19. Safety precautions and elementary first aid. Artificial respiration and treatment of electrical Shock. Elementary electricity. General idea of supply system. Wireman’s tool kits. Wiring materials. Electric fittings. System of wiring. Wiring installation for domestic lighting.

UNIT 3                                                                                                          25 marks

  1. Tools their description, uses and their
  2. Details of different bonding wall and section according to BIS
  3. Introduction:- Chain surveying principles, Instruments employed, use, care & maintenance. Field problems. Field book plotting. Introduction to plane table survey, Instruments employed, use, care & maintenance. Prismatic compass. Planimeterand pentagraph.
  4. Instruments and accessories- their uses and description level book. Differential leveling. Application of chain and leveling to building construction. Plotting, preparation of contour computing earth work by spot level and contours. Setting out work.
  5. Road:-Introduction to roads, general principles of alignment . classification and construction of different types of roads.care.
  6. Indian railways-their gauges, construction of permanent ways . Different ail sections. Use of stone blasts in railways track. Use and types of slippers, types of signals, fixtures & fastening in Railway Tracks including base plates and fishplates.
    • Bridges: – Introduction to bridges, component parts of a bridge. Classification of culverts (I.R.C.)
    • Bridges– types, location of bridge. Tunnels rules used for the sizes of different members.

UNIT 4                                                                                                  20 marks

  1. Definition of terms used in
  2. Hydrology like duty delta, intensity of irrigation, Hydrograph, peak flow, runs off, catchments area CCA, corps like, Rabi, Kharif etc.
  3. Storage/ diversion head works definitions:
  4. Types of Dam –Masonry, concrete & composite Dams
  5. Gravity Dam, Arch and Buttress Dams, Earth and Rock fill dams.
  6. Reservoir- types of Reservoirs viz. single purpose and multi-purpose, area/ capacity curves of Reservoir.
  7. Canals- Canals, classification of canals and distribution system, canal structures viz. Head Regulators, Cross Regulators, Canal outlet, Escape etc, drawing of canal alignment including longitudinal and cross sections of canals with the given data.
  8. Type of cross drainage Works viz. Aqueducts. Super passage, level crossing, Irrigation , culvert- Inlets and Outlets, General Description , Element of water power development and various civil engineering structure of Hydro Electric Schemes, i. e., fore bay. Penstock, Turbines, Power House etc.
  9. Introduction–terms used in public health engineering system of sanitation-house plumbing, sanitary fitting etc. Types of supply system and purification of water.
  10. Introduction to RCC uses, materials proportions and form work, including bending of bars and construction reference to BIS code Reinforced brickwork.
  11. Materials used for RCC, construction selection of materials coarse aggregate, fine aggregate cement – water, reinforcement, characteristics. Method of Mixing concrete- hand and machine, slump test.
  12. Forms of rivets, proportions. Types of riveted joints.
  13. Design of Riveted connection, failure of riveted joints.irrigation.

UNIT 5                                                                                                     20 marks

  1. Types of estimate, standard method of taking out quantity, Labour & material detailed & abstract estimate. Analysis of rates for simple items of work.  Schedule of rates, specifications.
  2. Residential building, planning of building, local by –laws including BIS code
  3. What is a Computer- General terms used in computer.
    1. Elementary DOS commands.
    2. Window command and their uses
    3. Auto CAD commands and use of different Icons of Auto CAD
    4. Knowledge about different co-ordinate systems
    5. Knowledge about 3d Drafting
    6. Knowledge about Architectural Desk top and creating modeling.Types of residential building rooms, service utilities which constitute a dwelling house. Building by –laws of State urban Development authorities, Improvement trust etc.

ANNEXURE “C”

Syllabus for Written test

Marks =120                                                                                          120 Minutes

  1. Surveying:                                                                            10 Marks

Importance of surveying, principles and classifications, measurements of distance and directions, chain surveying, compass surveying, leveling, tachometry, theodolite, traversing, contouring, plane table surveying, curves.

2. Mechanics and Structural analysis:                                15 Marks

Introduction, Concept of rigid body scalar and vector quantities, Laws of force, moment, friction, Centre of gravity, simple machines, torsion, Properties of material, Bending moment and shear force in statically determinate beams. Simple stress and strain relationship. Stress and strain in two dimensions, principal stresses, stress transformation. Simple bending theory, flexural and shear stresses, unsymmetrical bending, shear Centre. Thin-walled pressure vessels, uniform torsion, buckling of column, combined and direct bending stresses. slope and deflection, Analysis of trusses

3.  RCC Structures:                                                                    15 Marks

Concrete technology, Ingredients of concrete, water cement ratio, workability properties of concrete, admixtures, special concretes, Nondestructive  tests, basics of mix design. Concrete design-basic working stress and limit state  design  concepts, analysis of ultimate load capacity and design of members subjected to flexure, shear, compression and torsion by limit state methods. Basic elements of pre-stressed concrete, analysis of beam sections at transfer and service loads, one-way slab, two-way slab.

4.  Soil Mechanics:                                                                    10 Marks

Origin of soils, properties, soil classification, three phase system, fundamental definitions, relationship and interrelationship, flow of water through soils, permeability & seepage, effective stress principle, deformation of soils, consolidation, compaction, shear strength characteristics, plate load test, SPT, Density control, Measurement of field density by core cutter  and  sand replacement method, soil exploration, bearing capacity and its methods

5.  Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics:                                     15 Marks

Properties of fluids, hydrostatic pressure, measurement of pressure, flow measurements, flow through pipes, flow through open channels, hydraulic pumps, principle of conservation of mass, momentum, energy and corresponding equations, potential flow, applications of momentum and Bernoulli’s equation, laminar and turbulent flow, flow in pipes, pipe networks. Concept of boundary layer and its growth. Uniform flow, critical flow and gradually varied flow in channels, specific energy concept, hydraulic jump Forces on immersed bodies, flow measurements in channels, tanks and pipes. Dimensional analysis and hydraulic modeling Kinematics of flow.

6.  Irrigation Engineering:                                                       10 Marks

Introduction, water requirement of crops, hydrological cycle, Dams, Canals, dams, canal head works and regulatory works, cross drainage works, hydraulic structures, river training works, water-logging, drainage, ground water recharge, well hydraulics.

7.  Water supply and waste water Engineering:                  10 Marks

Introduction, quantity of water, quality of water, water treatment, conveyance of water, laying out of pipes, building water supply, water supply fixtures and installation, plumbing, sewerage system, laying and construction of sewers, sewage characteristics, Methods of disposal, sewage treatment, building drainage, air and noise pollution

8. Highway Engineering:                                                          10 Marks

History of development of highway and planning, Definitions of various terms used in highway engineering., Methods of road construction, IRC classification, Highway surveys and plans Geometric design, Different types of road materials in use, Binders, Types of pavement, CBR method, sub grade preparation, WBM, WMM, Bituminous Macadam, dense bituminous macadam, special problems in hill road.

9.  Railway Engineering:                                                            10 Marks

History of Indian railways, Gauges used, permanent way its components, Types of rails, creep, welding, Rail fixtures and fastenings, Signaling, Points and Crossings, Bridge terminology, classification, components, foundations.

10. Construction planning management:                           15 Marks

Network diagrams, PERT-CPM, cost optimization contracts, tenders, depreciation, valuation, organization, measurement books, cash book, functions of management, construction planning, quality control, inventory control, Estimation and costing definitions, methods of estimation and type of estimates.

ANNEXURE “D”

Syllabus for Written test

Marks =120                                                                                          120 Minutes

Theory of Machines and Machine Design:                                     15 Marks

Four bar linkage and link motion, Flywheels and fluctuation of energy, Power transmission by belts-V-belts and Flat belts. Gears-Type of gears, gear profile and gear ratio calculation. Cams. Governors-Principles and classification. Design of keys, shafts, Riveted joint, couplings.

Engineering Mechanics and Strength of Materials:                               15 Marks

Laws of forces, Equilibrium of Forces, Moment of Inertia, Laws of motion. Friction. Concept of simple machines, M A, V R, %age. Concepts of stress and strain, Elastic limit and elastic constants. Bending moments and shear force diagram. Stress in composite bars. Torsion in circular shafts. Columns: Euler’s and Rankine’s theories. Thin-walled pressure vessels.

Thermal Engineering and Refrigeration & Air-conditioning:               20 Marks

Thermodynamics: Heat, work and temperature, First and second laws of thermodynamics. Carnot, Rankine, Otto and Diesel Cycles. P-v & P-T diagrams H2O. Saturated, wet & superheated steam. Definition of dryness fraction of steam, degree of superheat of steam. Rankine cycle of steam: Simple Rankine cycle, plot on P-V, T-S, h-s planes, Rankine cycle efficiency with & without pump work. Concept of COP, Carnot Cycle, Vapour compression cycle. Refrigerants. Psychometry, DBT, WBT, DPT.

Fluid Mechanics & Machinery:                                                              15 Marks

Properties & Classification of Fluids, Newton’s law of viscosity, Fluid Statics, Measurement of Fluid Pressure by Manometers, U-tube, Inclined tube. Fluid Kinematics: Stream line, laminar & turbulent flow, external & internal flow, continuity equation. Dynamics of ideal fluids: Bernoulli’s equation, Total head; Velocity head; Pressure head. Measurement of Flow rate, Basic Principles & working of Venturi meter, Pitot tube, Orifice meter. Hydraulic Turbines & Centrifugal Pumps

Material Science & Production Engineering:                                    20 Marks

Structure of metals, Space lattice, Unit cell, BCC, FCC etc. Iron carbon diagram, Classification of Steels: mild steel & alloy steel. Heat treatment of steel. Welding – Arc Welding, Gas Welding, Resistance Welding, Special Welding Techniques i.e. TIG, MIG. Brazing & Soldering, Welding Defects & Testing. Foundry & Casting methods, defects, different casting processes. Forging, Extrusion etc. Metal cutting principles, cutting tools. Basic Principles of machining with Lathe, Milling, Drilling, Shaping, Grinding. Machine tools & manufacturing processes.

Metrology and Automobile Engineering:                                          15 Marks

Tools used in Linear Measurements, Angular Measurement, Surface finish. Limits, fits & Tolerance, Error, Classification of Automobiles. Transmission, Steering, Braking, Suspension system. IC Engine Performance, IC Engine Combustion process, Cooling and Lubrication system in I.C Engine

Industrial Management and CAD/CAM:                                              20 Marks

Planning, Organizing, Leading, Controlling. Inventory Control, Inspection & Quality Control. Basic concepts of CAD/CAM. NC, DNC, CNC machines.

Annexure “E”

Syllabus for Written Test (Objective Type)

Marks: 60                                                                                   Time: 60 Minutes

S. No. Subjects/ Topic Marks assigned
1 GENERAL AWARENESS with Special reference to J&K UT 20
2 GENERAL ENGLISH & COMPREHENSION 20
3 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING 10
4 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 10
TOTAL 60
  1. GENERAL AWARENESS with special reference of J&K UT.Current Events of National and International importance
    1. Political & Physical divisions of India
    2. Indian Culture, Heritage and Freedom Struggle/Movement.
    3. Demography- Census, its feature and functions.
    4. Important Rivers & Lakes in India.
    5. Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport of India.
    6. J&K UT
      1. History
      2. Economy
      3. Geography- (Weather, Climate, Crops, Rivers, Lakes, Flora, Fauna etc.)
      4. Heritage & Culture
      5. Important Tourist Destinations
  2. GENERAL ENGLISH & COMPREHENSION
    1. Tenses
    2. Narration
    3. Modals
    4. Articles
    5. Reading Comprehension
    6. Fill in the blanks with Phrases, Pronouns, homonyms/ homophones etc
    7. Clauses
    8. Synonyms and antonyms
    9. Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.
    10. Rearranging of jumbled sentences.
    11. Idioms and phrases.
    12. Uses of Prepositions.
    13. Active & Passive Voice
    14. Error Spotting
    15. Sentence Correction
    16. Spellings Correction
  3. GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING
    1. Number series, Letter series, Semantic Series, Speed, Distance and Time, Statements and conclusions, Logical Reasoning, Mental Reasoning, Word Building, Numerical Operations, Semantic Analogy, Symbolic/ Number Analogy, Figural Analogy, Semantic Classification, Symbolic/ Number Classification, Figural Classification, Problem Solving.
    2. Symbolic Operations, Trends, Space Orientation, Space Visualization, Venn Diagrams, Drawing inferences, Punched hole/ pattern- folding & un-folding, Figural Pattern- folding and completion, Indexing, Address matching, Date & city matching, Classification of centre codes/roll numbers, Small & Capital letters.
  4. COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
    1. Basic Applications of Computer and its component.
    2. Fundamentals of computer sciences.
    3. Hardware & Software, Concept of Open-Source Technologies.
    4. Input & output Devices.
    5. Knowledge of MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, MS PowerPoint, PDF Internet and E-mail.
    6. Concept of Computer Virus and Latest Anti-Virus.
    7. Terms and Abbreviation used in IT.
    8. Role of Information Technology in Governance.

Annexure “F”

Syllabus for Written test (Objective Type)

Marks: 80                                                                                   Time: 80 Minutes

Unit I General English                                                                       20 Marks

  • Comprehension
  • Editing / Proof Reading.
  • Rearranging of jumbled sentences
  • Narration
  • Modals
  • Articles
  • Paragraph writing with blanks to be filled in with the following
  • Clauses
  • Punctuation
  • Synonyms and antonyms
  • Idioms and phrases.
  • Uses of Prepositions
  • Active & Passive Voice

Unit II General Awareness with special reference to JK UT 20 Marks

  • Current Events of National and International importance
  • Political & Physical divisions of India
  • Indian Culture, Heritage and Freedom Struggle/Movement.
  • Demography- Census, its feature and functions.
  • Important Rivers & Lakes in India.
  • Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport of India.
  • J&K UT
    • Geography- (Weather, Climate, Crops, Rivers, Lakes, Flora, Fauna etc.)
    • Important Tourist Destinations

Unit III Numerical and Reasoning Ability                                     20 Marks Basic Arithmetic:

  • Number System
  • Percentage
  • Average
  • Profit & Loss
  • Ratio & Proportion
  • Time & Work

Reasoning:

  • Number series
  • Letter series
  • Coding decoding
  • Direction sense
  • Blood relations
  • Mathematical reasoning
  • Speed, Distance and Time
  • Statements and conclusions.

UnitIV         Basic Concepts of Computers                                     20 Marks

  • Fundamentals of computer sciences
  • Hardware & Software
  • Input and output devices
  • Operating system
  • M.S Word,M.S Excel, M.S Acess and Powerpoint Presentation
  • E_mail & Internet

Annexure “G”

Syllabus for written test

Marks: 120                                                                             Time: 02.00 Hrs.

Unit-I        GENERAL ENGLISH                                                              15 Marks

  • Paragraph writing / Comprehension
    • Rearranging of jumbled sentences
    • Paragraph writing with blanks to be filled in with the following
    • Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.

Unit-II           MATHEMATICS                                                                  15 Marks

  • Problems on finding Surface areas and volumes of combinations of any two of the given cubes, cubiods, spheres, hemispheres and right circular cylinders / cones. Frustum of a cone.
  • Problems involving converting one type of metalic solid into another and other mixed problems.
  • Profit and loss
  • Simple / Compound interest.
  • Linear equations with two variables.
  • Progression / BODMAS
  • Probability: Simple problems on Single event.

Unit-III         HISTORY                                                       15 Marks

  • Revolt of 1857 – Causes and Effects.
  • Rise of National Movement – Factors.
  • Formation of the Indian National Congress in 1885 and Role of Moderates.
  • Factors leading to the rise of Exremism in the Congress with special reference to the Partition of Bengal.
  • Important dates and historical events with reference to India
  • Boycott and Swadeshi Movement.
  • Rise of Muslim League in 1906 : Cause.
  • Khilafat Movement and the Non-Cooperation Movement.
  • Quit India Movement.
  • Independence and Partition of India.

Unit-IV     CIVICS                                                                             15 Marks

  • Origin   of   democracy   and its  types.  Direct and Indirect Democracy,
  • Hindrance to Democracy
  • Fundamental Rights.
  • Fundamental duties.
  • Directive Principles.
  • Public opinion.
  • Representaion.
  • Franchise.
  • Secret Ballot.
  • Nomination.
  • Symbol.
  • The Campaign
  • Presidential elections.
  • Languages
  • Cities and Villages.
  • The United Nations.

Unit-V     GEOGRAPHY                                                                               15 Marks

  • Change of Seasons/ Planets/ Solar System/ Longitude – Latitude. Types of forests (with special reference of UT of J&K)
  • Conservation and protection of forests.
  • National / Zoological Parks and wildlife sanctuaries (Reference of J&K Sanctuaries and National Parks).
  • Water resources. Sources of Water (with special reference of UT of J&K)
  • Resources. Conservation and management of water resources.
  • Rainwater Harvesting.
  • Roads (Different routes of UT of J&K)

Unit-VI  GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND CURRENT AFFAIRS     –    20 Marks

  • Abbreviations
    • Principal Languages of India
    • Capitals and Currencies of Countries
    • International Organisations- UNO, WHO, WTO, IMF, UNESCO, UNCTAD etc.
    • Important Regional Organizations and Blocs- BRICS, OPEC, ASEAN, SAARC, BIMSTEC, G-20, G-7 etc.
    • India’s Automic Research Programme
    • Honours and Prizes, Seven Wonders.
  • The  World of Sports
    • GDP, GNP, Per capita Income etc
    • Thermal / Nuclear/ Hydro Power Plants in India.

Unit-VI    GENERAL KNOWLEDGE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE to UT of J&K                     15

Marks

  • Popular names of personalities and their achievements/ Contribution (National and International).
  • Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport.
  • J&K History, Economy and Culture
  • Flora and Fauna of J&K
  • Rivers and Lakes.
  • Important Tourist Destinations.
  • J&K Panchayati Raj Act, 1989 (as ameneded upto December, 2020), 73rd & 74th Constitutional amendments.
  • J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019

Unit-VIII   MENTAL ABILITY TEST                                                         10 Marks

  • Number series
  • Letter series
  • Coding decoding
  • Direction sense
  • Blood relations
  • Mathematical reasoning
  • Speed, Distance and Time
  • Statements and conclusions

ANNEXURE “H”

Syllabus for Written Test

Total Marks=120                                                                                  Time=02 Hours

UNIT I                                                                                                            15 Marks

  • Articles
  • Tenses
  • Modals
  • Clauses
  • Determiners
  • Preposition
  • Idioms and Phrases.
  • Synonyms / Antonyms
  • Spellings
  • Sentences
  • Phrases
  • Homonyms/ Homophones

UNIT II                                                                                                           15 Marks

  • Current events of National
    • Honours and Awards
      • Principal Languages of India
      • Capitals and Currencies of Countries

    importance

  • History, Geography, Culture and Economy of UT of Jammu and Kashmir
  • Flora and Fauna of J&K
  • Rivers and Lakes.
  • Important Tourist Destinations of UT of Jammu and Kashmir

Unit III                                                                                                          20 Marks

  • Percentage
  • Average
  • Time, Work and Distance
  • Ratio and Proportions
  • Problem of Age
  • Probability
  • LCM, HCF
  • Mensuration
  • Trigonometry
  • Polynomials and Quadratic equation

UNIT IV                                                                                                        20 Marks

  • Sources of energy; Conventional & Non-Conventional
  • Reflection & refraction of light, Mirror formula.
  • Refractive index, Lens formula, image formation, sign conventions.
  • Defects of vision & their correctness.
  • Electric current; Electric potential and Potential difference
  • Ohms Law, Heating effects of Current
  • Environmental pollution
  • Nutrition, Respiration, Excretion etc
  • Communicable & Non-Communicable Dieases.
  • Ecosystem – Its components, Food chains and Food webs.
  • Ozone layer, its depletion, Green House Effect.
  • Chemical Equation, types of chemical reactions.
  • Oxidation & reduction reactions
  • Bonding in Carbon, Allotropes of Carbon
  • Physical & Chemical properties of metals and non-metals.

Unit-V                                                                                                            20 Marks

  • Partition of Bengal.
  • Boycott and Swadeshi Movement.
  • Muslim League/ Khilafat Movement/Non-Cooperation Movement
  • Quit India Movement.
  • Independence and Partition of India.
  • Change of Seasons/ Planets/ Solar System
  • Longitude – Latitude.
  • Types of Forests
  • Classification of Soils
  • Types of farming
  • Major Crops
  • Resources- Types, Conservation etc.
  • Federalism
  • Democracy – Direct & Indirect.
  • Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties.
  • Representation, Franchise, Secret Ballot.
  • Political Parties- National, State, Regional etc.
  • Economy-Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Sectors

UNIT V                                                                                                          10 Marks

  • Analogies
  • Relationship concepts
  • Figure odd one out
  • Direct Sense
  • Figure Series completion
  • Venn Diagram
  • Number series
  • Coding/Decoding

Unit VI                                                                                                           20 Marks

  • Communication and its importance.
  • Types of communication – verbal, non-verbal, written, email etc.
  • Safety and Health- Importance of safety and health at workplace.
  • Occupational Hazards- Basic Hazards, Chemical Hazards, Mechanical Hazards, Electrical Hazards, Thermal Hazards.
  • First Aid, Care of injured & Sick at the workplaces.
  • Pollution and pollutants including liquid, gaseous, solid and hazardous waste
  • Skills, Working Aids, Automation, Environment, Motivation.
  • Idea of ISO 9000 and BIS systems and its importance in maintaining qualities
  • Benefits guaranteed under various acts- Factories Act, Apprenticeship Act, Employees State Insurance Act (ESI), Payment Wages Act, Employees Provident Fund Act, The Workmen’s Compensation Act.
  • Metric System: Measurement of length, breadth & height in metric units Measurement of weight in metric system. Unit conversion. Reading of plain scales. Reading of tapes & foot rules.

Topic (Marks :-120 Time :- 2.00 Hours)

Light Motor Vehicle/ Heavy Motor Vehicle

Marks allotted

Traffic Rules and Signalling (ANNEXURE “I”)

Subtopic

Basic Road Rules, driving methods and speed limits

10

Understanding Signals:

1.Traffic Police hand signals

2. Hand signals while driving

3. Traffic light signals

4.Road map reading

15

Knowledge of traffic signage’s for road safety

10

Fitness to drive:

  1. First aid kit
  2. Good health & Road safety
  3. Driving under influence of drugs/ liquors

15

Difficult driving condition: 1.Driving on wet surface 2.Driving in fog
3.Night driving 4.Running on pavement 5.Brake failure 6.Towing

10

Basic knowledge about provisions of the Motor Vehicle Act

10

Essential knowledge about vehicle pollution (Do’s and Don’t’s)

10

Awareness about documents required for driving and offence related

1.Registration

2.Licensing

3.Insurance.

15

Identification of major assemblies of vehicle

25

Knowledge of daily and periodic inspection

Knowledge of fault diagnosis in tyre and its changing procedure

Knowledge of fuel pump, clutch and brake working and their air bleeding procedure

Lubrication grades used in vehicle for engine, transmission, differential, suspension

Knowledge about servicing schedule and service centres location

Knowledge of different starting methods

Knowledge of dash board’s symbols

Annexure “J”

Syllabus for written test

Marks: 120                                                                                      Time: 02.00 Hrs.

GENERAL ENGLISH                                                                                             10 Marks

  • Tenses
  • Rearranging of jumbled sentences.
  • Narration
  • Models
  • Articles
  • Comprehension with blanks to be filled in with
  • Clauses
  • Synonyms and antonyms
  • Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.
  • Idioms and phrases.
  • Uses of Prepositions.
  • Active & Passive Voice

GENERAL AWARENESS with special reference to J&K UT            20 Marks

  • Current Events of National and International importance
  • Political & Physical divisions of world & India
  • Indian Culture, Heritage and National Freedom Movement.
  • Basic features of the Indian Constitution- Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties, Directive Principles of State Policy etc.
  • Transport & Communication.
  • Demography- Census, its feature and functions.
  • Important Rivers & Lakes in India.
  • Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport of India.
  • Environment, Ecology & Bio-diversity.
  • Sustainable Development Goals
  • Communicale Diseases- cure and prevention
  • NCDC- COVID-19 – SOPs, Advisories, Guidelines etc
  • Economy- Inflation, Monitory Policy, Fiscal Policy, Capital Markets, Role of RBI, Taxation in India- Direct & Indirect Tax – CBDT, GST etc.
  • J&K UT
    • Geography- (Weather, Climate, Crops, Rivers, Lakes, Flora, Fauna etc.)
  • Important Tourist Destinations
  • J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019.

INDIAN ECONOMY                                                                                              20 Marks

  • Land System and its changes
  • Manufacture and Transport: Jute, Cotton, Railways, Money and Credit.
  • National and per capita income: patterns, trends, aggregate and sectoral composition and changes their in.
  • Factors determining National income and distribution, Measures of New Economic Reform
  • New Economics Policy and Industry
  • New Economic Policy and Public Finance: Fiscal Responsibility Act, Fifteenth Finance Commission and Fiscal Federalism and Fiscal Consolidation.
  • New Economic Policy and Employment: Employment and poverty, Rural wages, Employment Generation, Poverty alleviation schemes, New Rural, Employment Guarantee Scheme.

INDIAN SOCIETY                                                                                20 Marks

  • Social background of Indian nationalism.
  • Modernization of Indian tradition.
  • Social reforms.
  • Social Structure: Rural and Agrarian.
  • Features of Caste System.
  • Untouchability – forms and perspectives.
  • Social   Classes in India- Agrarian class structure, Industrial class structure, Middle classes in India.
  • Systems of Kinship in India: Lineage and descent in India, Types of kinship systems

LABOUR LAWS                                                                                           20 Marks

  • Definition of Trade Union and the right to form the Trade Union.
  • Strikes, lock-outs, lay off and retrenchment. Transfer and closure.
  • Unfair labour practices.
  • Disciplinary proceedings.
  • Labour welfare: concept, classification and importance.
  • Obligations of employer for health, safety and welfare.
  • Employment of young persons: prohibition of employment of children, regulation of employment of young persons.
  • Concept of minimum wage, fair wage, living wage and need based minimum wage. Procedure for fixation and revision of minimum wages.
  • Concept of employer, workmen, dependent, disablement.

COMMERCE                                                                                                         20 Marks

  • Nature Scope and Significance of Management.
  • The process of Management
  • Process of Control: Production Planning & Control, Quality Control, Inventory Control, Budgetary Control and Cost Control.
  • Indian Financial System: An Overview
  • Money Markets: Participants, Structure and Instruments.
  • Money and Banking: Monetary/ Fiscal policy- Role and functions of Reserve Bank of India;
  • Capital Market: Primary and Secondary Market
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Cash flow statement
  • DBSM
  • Entreprise Planning & Resourcing.

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS                                                                10 Marks

  • Fundamentals of computer sciences
  • Hardware & Software
  • Input and output devices
  • Operating system
  • M.S Word,M.S Excel, M.S Acess and Powerpoint Presentation
  • E_mail & Internet

ANNEXURE “K”

Syllabus for Written test

Marks: 150                                                                                        Time: 02:30 Hours

Note:

  • Part “I” will comprise of Multiple Choice Objective Type Questions.
    • Part “II” (Urdu portion) will be of descriptive nature.
    • Both the parts viz Part “I” and part “II” will be compulsory
    • The candidates competing for Open Merit posts will be required to score at least 40% marks and candidates belonging to other categories (except OM) are required to score at least 35% marks with at least 33% in each part.
    • There will be negative marking (0.25 per question per wrong answer) in Part ‘I”.

PART I (100 marks)

General Knowledge & Current Affairs                                      30 Marks

  • Current Events of National and International importance
  • Science & Technology.
  • Environment, Ecology & Bio-diversity
  • Indian National Movement.
  • Political & Physical divisions of world & India
  • Indian Economy.
  • Indian Culture & Heritage.
  • Climate & Crops in India
  • Transport & Communication.
  • Demography
  • Important Rivers & Lakes in India.

UNIT-II GENERAL KNOWLEDGE with  special reference to J&K UT                 20 Marks

  • History, Economy, and Culture of J&K UT.
    • Geography -Weather, Climate, Crops, Soils
    • Important Tourist Destinations
    • J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019

GENERAL ENGLISH                                                                                   20 Marks

  • Tenses
  • Rearranging of jumbled sentences.
  • Narration
  • Models
  • Articles
  • Comprehension with blanks to be filled in with
  • Clauses
  • Synonyms and antonyms
  • Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.
  • Idioms and phrases.
  • Uses of Prepositions.
  • Active & Passive Voice

Knowledge of Computers                                                                       15 Marks

  • Introduction and Objectives.
  • Basic Applications of Computer and its component.
  • Fundamentals of computer sciences.
  • Hardware & Software, Concept of Open Source Technologies.
  • Input & output Devices.
  • Knowledge of MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, MS Powerpoint, PDF Internet and E-mail.
  • Concept of Computer Virus and Anti-Virus.

Mental Ability & Reasoning                                                                   15 Marks

  • Number series.
  • Letter series.
  • Coding decoding. (iv)  Direction sense.
  • Blood relations.
  • Statements and conclusions.
  • Logical Reasoning.
  • Mental Reasoning.

PART II (50 marks) Guidelines for checking working knowledge of Urdu

The exam intends to check the “working knowledge of Urdu” of the candidates.  The same will be tested through a Reading and a Writing  test (total comprising  of  50 marks in a duration of 60 Minutes), to be conducted on the same day. The candidates belonging to ‘OM’ Category will be required to score at least 40% marks(overall) in the said exam with at least 33% marks in both Reading and Writing

sections to be  considered as having ‘working knowledge of Urdu’ for the purpose of  this exam/qualified. The candidates belonging to other categories (except OM) are required to score at least 35% marks (overall) with at least 33% in each Section.

Reading Section -20 Marks

Candidates would be required to answer questions each carrying one mark each out of given passages.

Writing Section – 30 Marks

Letter writing of minimum 100 words on a particular situation. 10 marks
One English passage to be translated into Urdu or Vice Versa. 10 marks
One Essay of about 100 words on any topic of social relevance. 10 marks

Annexure “L”

Syllabus for written test

Marks: 120                                                                                  Time: 02.00 Hrs.

GENERAL ENGLISH                                                                             20 Marks

  • Paragraph writing /  Comprehension
    • Rearranging of jumbled sentences
    • Paragraph writing with blanks to be filled in with the following
    • Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.

GENERAL AWARENESS                                                                         20 Marks

  • Current events of National Importance.
  • International   Organisations-UNO,   WHO,   WTO,   IMF,   Regional Organizations and Blocs-BRICS, SAARC, ASEAN, G-20, G-7 etc.
  • Space Programme of India
  • India’s Automic Research Programme
  • Honours and Prizes
  • Exports and Imports
  • GDP, GNP, Per capita Income etc
  • Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport.
  • History, Geography, Economy and Culture of J&K UT
  • Flora and Fauna of J&K UT
  • Rivers and Lakes J&K UT.
  • J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019

GENERAL SCIENCE                                                                                    20 Marks

  • Gravitation / Heat / Light / Matter / Acids / Salts / Elements / Cells.
  • Various sources of energy; conventional sources of energy; improvement in technology for using conventional source of energy (Biomass and wind energy)
  • Non-conventional sources of energy (Solar energy, Energy from sea).
  • Physical properties of metals and non-metals.
  • Chemical properties of metals like action of water, air, acids, salts; Reactivity series of metals.
  • Occurance of metals; their extraction, enrichment of ores. Extraction of metals in accordance with activity series; refining of metals.
  • Life processes: Nutrition and its types, Respiration, Transportation of water, food and minerals in plants, Excretion with reference to plants and animals.
  • Environmental pollution.
  • Ecosystem – Its components, Food chains and Food webs.
  • Ozone layer, its depletion, Green House Effect.
  • Mendal’s contribution and experiments on pea plant.
  • Types of reproduction in Plants and Animals.
  • Classification of Plants and Animals.

MATHEMATICS                                                                                          20 Marks

  • Problems on finding Surface areas and volumes of combinations of any two of the given cubes, cubiods, spheres, hemispheres and right circular cylinders / cones. Frustum of a cone.
  • Problems involving converting one type of metalic solid into another and other mixed problems.
  • Profit and loss
  • Simple / Compound interest.
  • Linear equations with two variables.
  • Progression / BODMAS
  • Probability: Simple problems on Single event.

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS                                                                    20 Marks

  • Fundamentals of computer sciences
    • M.S Word,M.S Excel, M.S Acess and Powerpoint Presentation

MENTAL ABILITY TEST                                                                           20 Marks

  • Number series
  • Letter series
  • Coding decoding
  • Direction sense
  • Blood relations
  • Mathematical reasoning
  • Speed, Distance and Time
  • Statements and conclusions.

Annexure “M”

Syllabus for Written

Total Marks=120                                                                       Time=02 Hours

UNIT I                                                                                                             20 Marks

  • Types of Libraries and their Features
  • Role of Libraries in contemporary Society
  • Five Laws of Library Sciences
  • Library legislations in India
  • Digital Library
  • Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)
  • National and International Library Associations:      ILA, IASLIC,       IATLIS, IFLA, FID ALA, ASLIB etc
  • National and intercalation Agencies: UNESCO, OCLC, PRRLF, UGC, INFLIBNET, DELNET etc
  • Information Centres, DRTC, ISI, INSDOC (NISCAIR), NASSDOC, DESIDOC, SENDOC, etc

Unit-II                                                                                                           Marks 20

  • Basic Terminology: call Number, Class Number, Book Number, Isolates
    • Classification; concept & purpose.
    • Types and characteristics of classification scheme.
    • ISBD, ISBN, ISSN; classification schemes.
    • Features of DDC, UDC, and CC
    • Five Fundamental Categories
    • Notation: Definition and Purpose
    • Library Catalogue; Definition and purpose
    • Cannons of Classification and Cataloguing

Unit-III                                                                                                           Marks 20

  • Principles of Book Selection
  • Selection Tool; Print and Non-Print Materials
  • Processing of Documents; Accessioning, Classification, Cataloguing, labelling and shelving
  • Difference between catalogue, Accession Register, bibliography  and  Shelf list.
  • Serials/ Journals; Selection and procurement
  • Book Transaction System: Traditional and Modern
  • Stock verification of Books; Methods and Tools
  • Weeding Process

Unit-IV                                                                                                           Marks 20

  • Information sources: Definition, types and importance;
  • Information sources- Primary, Secondary and Tertiary.
  • Information Services: Definition and need of reference, documentation and information services.
  • Types of Dictionaries, Encyclopaedias
  • Geographical and Biographical Sources
  • Indexing and Abstracting Sources
  • Types of Bibliographies
  • Bibliographies Sources

Unit-V                                                                                                             Marks 20

  • Types of Reference service, Ready reference service, Long Rang Reference Service
  • Reference Librarian: Role Skills and Competences
  • User Education/ Information Literacy Skills
  • CAS/SDI
  • International   Information   System;   INIS,   AGRIS,   MEDLARS/MEDLINE, INSPEC
  • Information Seeking Pattern

Unit-VI                                                                                                           Marks 20

  • Study of Computer including concept of Hardware.
  • Library Automation Need and Purpose.
  • Need for computer applications, Areas of computer applications. Automation in library Management. Software Packages for Library Management Essential features
  • Computer and its Units, Computer and its classification.
  • Study of Various operating systems.
  • General-purpose application software: Word Processing such as MS-office, lotus.
  • Special Purpose application software: CDS/ISIS.
  • Library Networking: Needs & Purpose.
  • OPAC AND Web-OPAC.

Annexure “N”

Syllabus for Written Test

Total Marks=120                                                                       Time=02 Hours

UNIT I                                                                                                           20 Marks

  • Tenses
  • Rearranging of jumbled sentences.
  • Narration
  • Models
  • Articles
  • Comprehension with blanks to be filled in with
  • Clauses
  • Synonyms and antonyms
  • Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.
  • Idioms and phrases.
  • Uses of Prepositions.
  • Active & Passive Voice

UNIT II                                                                                                           20 Marks

  • Types of Libraries and their Features
  • Role of Libraries in contemporary Society
  • Five Laws of Library Sciences
  • Library legislations in India
  • Digital Library
  • Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)
  • National and International Library Associations:      ILA, IASLIC,       IATLIS, IFLA, FID ALA, ASLIB etc
  • National and intercalation Agencies: UNESCO, OCLC, PRRLF, UGC, INFLIBNET, DELNET etc
  • Information Centres, DRTC, ISI, INSDOC (NISCAIR), NASSDOC, DESIDOC, SENDOC, etc

Unit-III                                                                                                               20 Marks

  1. Basic Terminology: call Number, Class Number, Book Number, Isolates
  2. Classification; concept & purpose.
  3. Types and characteristics of classification scheme.
  4. ISBD, ISBN, ISSN; classification schemes.
  5. Features of DDC, UDC, and CC
  6. Five Fundamental Categories
  7. Notation: Definition and Purpose (xvii)Library Catalogue; Definition and purpose
  8. Cannons of Classification and Cataloguing

Unit-IV                                                                                                              20 Mark

  • Principles of Book Selection
  • Selection Tool; Print and Non-Print Materials
  • Processing of Documents; Accessioning, Classification, Cataloguing, labelling and shelving
  • Difference between catalogue, Accession Register, bibliography  and  Shelf list.
  • Serials/ Journals; Selection and procurement
  • Book Transaction System: Traditional and Modern
  • Stock verification of Books; Methods and Tools
  • Weeding Process

Unit-V                                                                                                      20 Marks

  • Information sources: Definition, types and importance;
  • Information sources- Primary, Secondary and Tertiary.
  • Information Services: Definition and need of reference, documentation and information services.
  • Types of Dictionaries, Encyclopaedias
  • Geographical and Biographical Sources
  • Indexing and Abstracting Sources
  • Types of Bibliographies
  • Bibliographies Sources

Unit-VI                                                                                                            20 Marks

  • Types of Reference service, Ready reference service, Long Rang Reference Service
  • Reference Librarian: Role Skills and Competences
  • User Education/ Information Literacy Skills
  • CAS/SDI
  • International   Information   System;   INIS,   AGRIS,   MEDLARS/MEDLINE, INSPEC
  • Information Seeking Pattern

Annexure “O” Syllabus for Written test

Marks: -100                       Time: – 2.00 Hours

General English                                                                                        10 Marks

  • Tenses
  • Rearranging of jumbled sentences.
  • Narration
  • Models
  • Articles
  • Comprehension with blanks to be filled in with
  • Clauses
  • Synonyms and antonyms
  • Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.
  • Idioms and phrases.
  • Uses of Prepositions.
  • Active & Passive Voice

Indian Economy                                                                                          20 Marks

  • Land System and its changes
  • Commercialization of Agriculture
  • Drain theory, Laizzez faire theory and critique.
  • Manufacture and Transport: Jute, Cotton, Railways, Money and Credit.
  • Agriculture: Land Reforms and land tenure system, Green Revolution and capital formation in agriculture
  • National and per capita income: patterns, trends, aggregate and sectoral composition and changes their in.
  • Factors determining National income and distribution, Measures of New Economic Reform
  • New Economics Policy and Industry
  • New Economic Policy and Trade: Intellectual property rights: Implications of TRIPS, TRIMS, GATS and new EXIM policy.
  • New Economic Policy and Public Finance: Fiscal Responsibility Act, Fifteenth Finance Commission and Fiscal Federalism and Fiscal Consolidation.
  • New Economic Policy and Employment: Employment and poverty, Rural wages, Employment Generation, Poverty alleviation schemes, New Rural, Employment Guarantee Scheme.

Indian Society                                                                                            20 Marks

  • Social background of Indian nationalism.
    • Modernization of Indian tradition.
    • Protests and movements during the colonial period.
  • Social reforms.
    • Social Structure: Rural and Agrarian.
    • Agrarian social Structure – evolution of land tenure system, land reforms
    • Features of Caste System.
    • Untouchability – forms and perspectives.
    • Tribal communities in India- Definitional problems, Geographical spread and Issues of integration and autonomy
    • Social   Classes in India- Agrarian class structure, Industrial class structure, Middle classes in India.
    • Systems of Kinship in India: Lineage and descent in India, Types of kinship systems

Labour Laws                                                                                                30 Marks

  • Definition of Trade Union and the right to form the Trade Union.
  • Legal Control and Protection of Trade Union: Registration, amalgamation, rights, immunities, liabilities and dissolution. Trade Union Funds.
  • Strikes, lock-outs, lay off and retrenchment. Transfer and closure.
  • Unfair labour practices.
  • Disciplinary proceedings.
  • Labour welfare: concept, classification and importance.
  • Obligations of employer for health, safety and welfare.
  • Working hours of adults and Annual Leave with wages.
  • Employment of young persons: prohibition of employment of children, regulation of employment of young persons.
  • Concept of minimum wage, fair wage, living wage and need based minimum wage. Procedure for fixation and revision of minimum wages.
  • Components of wages: dearness allowance, principle of fixation.
  • Payment of Wages Act, Employees Provident Fund Act, The Workmen’s Compensation Act.
  • Definition of wage under Payment of Wages Act, 1936 and responsibility for payment of wages.
  • Concept of employer, workmen, dependent, disablement.
  • Workmen’s compensation: employer’s liability for compensation, amount and distribution of compensation.
  • Employee’s State Insurance: Employees State Insurance Act (ESI), benefits, ESI fund and contribution.

Constitution/ Governance/Polity                                                           20 Marks

  • Indian Constitution – Overview, nature & Philosophy of the Indian Constitution
    • Features of the Constitution- Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties, Directive Principles of State Policy
    • Parliamentary System & Amendment Procedures
    • Federal structure, devolution of powers and finances.
    • Important aspects of governance, transparency, accountability, e-governance etc.

Financial Markets and Institutions                                                            10 Marks

  • Indian Financial System: An Overview
  • Money Markets: Participants, Structure and Instruments.
  • Commercial Banks-functions of commercial Banks/ RRB/ Payment Banks. (iv)    Reforms in Banking sector.
  • Money and Banking: Monetary/ Fiscal policy- Role and functions of Reserve Bank of India;
  • Capital Market: Primary and Secondary Market.
  • Financial Market Instruments and Innovative Debt Instruments; SEBI as a Regulator,
  • Financial Services: Mutual Funds, Venture Capital, Credit Rating Agencies, Insurance and IRDA.

Mental Ability Test                                                                                         10 Marks

  • Number series.
  • Letter series.
  • Coding decoding. (iv) Direction sense.
  • Blood relations.
  • Mathematical reasoning.
  • Speed, Distance and Time.
  • Statements and conclusions.
  • Logical Reasoning.
  • Mental Reasoning.

Annexure “P”

Subject: Syllabus for Written Test.

Marks =120                                                                                          120 Minutes

Constitutional Law:                                                                                       15 Marks

  • Salient features of Indian Constitution.
  • Parliamentary form of Government.
  • President of India- Election, Qualifications, Impeachment, Position, Powers and Privileges.
  • Cabinet    System,   Collective    Responsibility-Individual responsibility, President-Prime Minister relationship
  • Distribution of Legislative Powers (Art. 245, 246 & 254)
  • Failure of Constitutional Machinery (Art. 356)
  • Constitutional Amendments – Methods and limitation (Art. 368)
  • Freedom of Trade and Commerce
  • Regulatory and Compensatory measures (Articles 301-304).
  • Articles 141 and 143.
  • Appointment and impeachment of the Judges of the High Courts and Supreme Court.
  • Services under the Constitution- Doctrine of Pleasure (Art. 310), Restrictions (Art. 311)
  • Fundamental Rights (Articles 14-16, 19-22 and 25-30).
  • Constitutional remedies. Writ Jurisdiction
  • Scope of Article 32
  • Scope of Article 226
  • Directive Principles of State Policy; Relationship between Directive Principles and Fundamental Rights.
  • Emergency Provisions: Arts 352 to 354, 358 and 359.

Administrative Law:                                                                                      10 Marks

  • Classification of Administrative Action:
    • Definition of administrative actions.
    • Identification of legislative action
    • Identification of quasi-judicial and administrative actions. Legislative powers of administration.
    • Necessity for delegation of legislative powers and its constitutional validity.
    • Principles of Natural Justice:
    • No man shall be judge in his own cause.
    • No man shall be condemned unheard.
    • Administrative Discretion
    • Need for Administrative Discretion
    • Administrative Discretion and rule of law
    • Doctrine of Excessive Delegation of Discretion
  • Constitutionality of discretionary powers
    • Administrative discrimination and arbitrariness
    • De tournament De preuvoir
    • Malafide exercise of discretion Improper purpose
    • Irrelevant considerations Unreasonableness
    • Non-exercise of discretionary powers
    • Liability of the Government
    • Contractual liability of Government
    • Government privileges in legal proceedings

Muslim Law:                                                                                                    05 Marks

  • Sources and Schools of Muslim Law.
  • Nature, scope, validity and classification of marriage under Muslim Law
  • Polygamy, Divorce and matrimonial remedies under Muslim Law
  • Dissolution of Muslim Marriage Act, 1939.
  • Maintenance under section 125 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.
  • Maintenance under Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Divorce) Act, 1986

Hindu Law:                                                                                                    05 Marks

  • Nature, concept and essential conditions of Hindu Marriage.
  • Grounds of divorce and divorce by mutual consent under Hindu Law
  • Matrimonial remedies under Hindu Law:
  • Nullity of marriage
  • Restitution of conjugal rights
  • Judicial separation
  • Dissolution of marriage
  • Joint family and coparcenary under Mitakshara law
  • Karta-his powers, privileges and obligations.
  • Adoption and Guardianship.

Law of Contract                                                                                          15 Marks

  • Agreement and contract – Definitions, elements and kinds.
  • Proposal   and   acceptance:   their    various   forms,   essential   elements, communications and revocation.
  • Intention to create legal relationship.
  • Consideration: its need, meaning, kinds, essential  elements-privity  of  contract, promissory estoppel, exceptions to consideration; adequacy of consideration; present, past and executary consideration; unlawful consideration and its effects; views of Law Commission of India on consideration; evaluation of the doctrine of consideration.
  • Capacity to contract: meaning, definition of minor, necessities supplied to a minor, agreements beneficial and detrimental to a minor affirmation- restitution in cases of minor’s agreement-fraud by minor- agreements made on behalf of a minor’s agreement and tested-evaluation of the law relating to minor’s agreement.
  • Quasi-contracts of certain relations resembling those created by contracts
  • Damages: kinds- Remoteness of damages- ascertainment of damages.
  • Specific performance of contracts.
  • Contract that can be specifically enforced.
  • Rescission and cancellation.
  • Injunction.
  • Indemnity: Definition, nature and extent of liability of the indemnifier, commencement of liability of the indemnifier.
  • Guarantee: Definition, basic essentials for a valid guarantee contract, Nature and extent of surety’s liability, discharge of surety’s liability.
  • Bailment: Definition, kinds of bailees, duties of bailor and bailee towards each other, rights of bailor and bailee, finder of goods as a bailee.
  • Agency: Kinds of agents and agencies; Distinction between agent and servant; Essentials of agency transaction; Various methods of creation of agency; delegation.
  • Sale of Goods: Concept of sale as a contract; Essentials of a contract of sale; Implied terms in contract of sale; Rule of Caveat Emptor and the exceptions thereto; Changing concept of Caveat Emptor; Unpaid seller and his rights.

Company Law                                                                                             10 Marks

  • Concept of registration and incorporation; Memorandum of  Association, Doctrine of ultra vires; Articles of Association; Doctrine of constructive notice and indoor management; Prospectus-statement in lieu of prospectus;
  • Promotors- position, duties and liabilities;
  • Directors- position, appointment, qualifications, vacation of office, removal, resignation, powers and duties of directors; meeting registers, loans, remuneration of directors, role of nominee directors- compensation for loss of office- managing directors- compensation for loss of office-managing directors and other managerial personnel;
  • Meetings- kinds- procedure- voting;
  • Debentures- meaning- fixed and floating charge- kinds of debentures- shareholder and debenture holder- remedies of debenture holders.
  • Protection of minority rights.
  • Winding up- types- by court- reasonable- grounds- who can apply- power of court-consequences of winding up order- voluntary winding up by members and creditors- winding up subject to supervision of courts- liability of past members- payment of liabilities- preferential payment, unclaimed dividends, winding up of unregistered company.

Labour Laws                                                                                              10 Marks

  • Definition of Trade Union and the right to form the Trade Union.
  • Legal Control and Protection of Trade Union: Registration, amalgamation, rights, immunities, liabilities and dissolution. Trade Union Funds.
  • Collective bargaining.
  • Strikes, lock-outs, lay off and retrenchment. Transfer and closure.
  • Unfair Labour practices.
  • Disciplinary proceedings.
  • Labour welfare: concept, classification and importance.
  • Obligations of employer for health, safety and welfare.
  • Working hours of adults and Annual Leave with wages.
  • Employment of young persons: prohibition of employment of children, regulation of employment of young persons.
  • Concept of minimum wage, fair wage, living wage and need based minimum wage.
  • Procedure for fixation and revision of minimum wages.
  • Components of wages: dearness allowance, principle of fixation.
  • Definition of wage under Payment of Wages Act, 1936 and responsibility for payment of wages.
  • Concept of employer, workmen, dependent, disablement.
  • Workmen’s compensation: employer’s liability for compensation, amount and distribution of compensation.
  • Employee’s State Insurance: benefits, ESI fund and contribution.

Criminal Law                                                                                                   10 Marks

Indian Penal Code: General defences (Sections 76-106); Group liability (Sections 34 & 149); Unlawful Assembly, Rioting and Affray; Abetment; Criminal Conspiracy; Criminal Attempt; Offences against body (Sections 299-304, 319-326, 339-343, 349-353 and 359-363); Offences against property (Sections 378, 379, 383, 384, 390-392, 395, 405, 415-417, 425 and 426).

Jurisprudence 10 Marks

Meaning and scope of Jurisprudence; Nature and definition of “Law”; Schools of Law (Analytical positivism, Natural Law, Historical School and Sociological School); Sources of Law (Legislation, precedents, customs and juristic writings); Rights and duties- concept and co-relationship); Concept of person, Ownership and Possession.

International Law And Human Rights                                                      20 Marks

  • Origin, Development, Definition, Nature and Theories of International Law; Its relation with Municipal Law.
  • Sources of International Law, Custom. Treaties. General Principles of Law and writings.
  • Subjects   of  International   Law:   State   including   Recognition   of   States; Individuals and peoples; International Organizations.
  • Jurisdiction of States: Territorial, Personal and Universal.
  • Extradition and Asylum.
  • Law of State Responsibility.
  • Peaceful Settlement of Disputes including settlement by ICJ.
  • Use of Forces under International Law.
  • Human Rights: Origin, development and nature of Human Rights; International Bill of Human Rights; Regional Systems of Human Rights Law; Protection of Human Rights Act and International Humanitarian Law.

Environmental Law                                                                                 10 Marks

  • Environmental Pollution: Meaning and issues.
  • Constitutional provisions-Art. 14, 19(1)(g), 21, 48A & 51A, right to wholesome environment-evolution and application. PIL and protection of Environment.
  • Water and Air Pollution Control Acts:
  • Standards, CPCB and SPCB, Consent Mechanism, Control Areas and Restraint Orders
  • Citizen Suit and Access to Environmental Information
  • Corporate and Governmental Liability for Environmental Offences
  • Environmental Protection Act, 1986 and other environmental legislations International Environmental Law and Norms:
  • Stockholm Declaration, Global Warming and Ozone Conventions
  • Sustainable development, Public Trust Doctrine
  • Precautionary Principle, Polluter Pays Principle
  • Local Environmental Laws and Problems in J&K:
  • Forest Act, 1930, J&K Wildlife Protection Act, JEK Forest (Conservation) Act (Summary of the provisions with special emphasis on Forest Dwellers and Forests, medicinal plants and related traditional knowledge)
  • Protection of Biodiversity in J&K- Local Laws and Central Acts- Forest (Protection) Force Act
  • Preservation and protection of lakes and waterways in J&K- Existing related laws and future needs.

Annexure “Q”

SYLLABUS FOR WRITTEN TEST

Marks :-120 Time :- 2.00 Hours

  • Importance of safety and general precautions observed in  the Instt. and in the section. Importance of trade in the development of Industrial Economy of the Country. Related Instruction. Recreational, medical facilities & other extra curricular activities of the Instt. (All necessary guidance to be provided to the new working of Industrial Training Institute system including stores procedures etc.
  • Nomenclature. Description and use of drawing instruments & various equipment in drawing office. There care and maintenance, lay out of a drawing sheet.
  • Type of lettering proportion and spacing of letter and words.
  • Terms & definitions-polygons and circles. Lines and their meaning, section lines of different materials, conventional signs, symbols & abbreviations, hatching, & shading, Norms of dimensioning different types of drawing sheets.
  • Definition of ellipse, parabola, hyperbola, different methods of their construction, Definition and method of drawing involutes cycloid curves, helix and spiral.
  • Planes and their normal, projections, projection and orthographic projection, first angle and Third angle projection.
  • Concept about Horizontal & Vertical Plane.
  • Principle of orthographic Projection, projection of solids like prism, cones, pyramids and frustums in various position.
  • Solution of problems to find out the true shape of surfaces when solids are cut by different cutting planes.
  • Construction of different types of scales, their appropriate uses, principle o R.F. diagonal & vernier.
  • Importance of free hand sketching, machine drawing. Material and equipment required in Sketching.
  • Importance of sectional views. Types of Sectional views & their uses. Parts not shown in Section.
  • Definition of Intersection & interpenetration curves. Common methods to find out the curve of interpenetration.
  • Solution o problems on interpenetration of prism, cones, and pyramids with their axes intersecting at an angle. Intersection of cylinder.
  • Theory of projection as specified in SP – 46-1938.
  • Definition of development, its need in industry and different method of developing the surface.
  • Principle of Isometric projection, Difference between isometric drawing and isometric projection. Isometric Scale, Dimensions an isometric drawing.
  • Different methods of drawing Isometric views.
  • Principle and types of oblique projection. Advantage of oblique projection over isomertic projection.
  • Types of perspective projection fundamental concept & definition, location of station point.
  • Terminology- feature, functional feature, functional dimension, datum dimension, principle.
  • Units of dimensioning, system of dimensioning, method of dimensioning and common features limit, fit, tolerance. Tolerances dimensioning, geometrical tolerance. Indication of symbols for machining and surface finishes on drg. (Grades and micron values).
  • Screw thread, terms and nomenclature, type of screw thread, proportion and their uses, Thread conventions.
  • Types of bolts and nuts their proportions, uses, different types of locking devices.
  • Different types of machine screws cap screws and their specifications. Different types of foundation bolts.
  • Purpose, terms different types keys(Heavy duty and  light  duty) and proportions use of cotters, pins and circlips.
  • Types of fastening materials, types of rivets, their proportion & uses. Types of riveted joints, terms & proportions or riveted joints. Conventional representation.
  • Causes of failure of riveted joints, efficiency of riveted joints.
  • Description of welded joints and their representation (Actual and symbolic) Indication of welding symbols on drawings as per BIS.
  • Description and use of drafting machine. Different sizes of drawing sheets as per BIS
  • Safety precaution descriptions uses and care o hand tools including contraction rule. Brief description of production of cast iron, wrought iron steel and alloy steel.
  • Safety precautions, Hand tools used for moulding. The description, use and care of hand tools. Description of different types of moulding. Description of different types of core, sand,  and dressing material, Description of cupola.
  • Description of measuring tools and hand tools used in forge work. Description and use of the mechanical hammer. Colour coding of different metals and identification.
  • Description and application of simple measuring tools, description of parts of lathe & its accessories.
  • Method of using precision measuring instrument such as inside & outside micrometers, depth gauges, vernier, calipers dial indicator, slip gauges, sine bars, universal bevel protractor etc.
  • Brief description of milling, shaping, slotting and planning machines, quick return mechanism of these machines.
  • Name and brief description of common equipment necessary for sheet metal work. Different type and uses of joints employed in sheet metal work.
  • AC & DC Motors, Generators of common types and their uses. Names and brie description of common equipment necessary for sheet metal work.
  • Type of Ferro-printing papers. Specification of  Sensitized. Ammonia papes-Expiry-precautions in Ammonia Printing.
  • Introduction to computer-DoS, windows and to AUTO CAD. related theory.
  • Procedure of inking a drawing conventional colours used for different metals as per ISI material an equipment for colouring procedure.
  • Procedure of tracing on tracing cloth and specification of tracing cloth.
  • Types of assembly drawing. Different types of detailed drawings and preparation of bill of materials.
  • Use of bearing, types of bearing and materials used.
  • Difference between frictional and antifriction bearing. Advantages of antifiction bearing over frictional bearing. Materials and proportion of pats for drawing purposes.
  • Heat treatment of steel.
  • Shadelines & their use on machine drawings. Conventional  method for drawings shade lines, surface shading by means of lines.
  • Piping materials and specifications of WI & Steel pipes, pipe threads pipe fittings, specifications of fittings.
  • Different types of pipe joints.
  • Use of gears in transmission of power. Different types of gears. Cast gears and machined gears. Use of odontograph for drawing profile of gears etc.
  • Brief description of Petrol, Diesel and Gas engines.
  • Brief description, working principle and function of hydraulic jack, press accumulator, ram etc.
  • Different locating methods clamping devices.
  • Lay out of machine foundations. Brief treatment of the principal involved and the precautions to be observed, Lay out of machine foundation.
  • Related theories of press tool with tolerance.
  • Working of Blow off cock and simple carburetor.
  • Numbering of drawings and standard parts > Familiarization with BIS.698
  • Production of interchangeable parts, fits limits, tolerance & amiliarisation with IS -919 & IS 2709 . Different methods of showing machine surfaces on drawings.
  • Familiarisation with-,
  • (Drg Board), IS-1360, IS-13609T-Sqr), IS-696(code of Engg. Drg).

Annexure “R” Syllabus for Written Test

Total Marks=120                                                                                   Time=02 Hours

GENERAL ENGLISH                                                                                             10 Marks

  • Tenses
    • Rearranging of jumbled sentences.
    • Comprehension with blanks to be filled in with
    • Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE                                                                                    10 Marks

  • First Aid
  • Fire hazard
  • Vehicle maintenance
  • Motor vehicle laws in India & JK UT.
  • Pollution standards
  • Road safety rules

BASIC COURSES IN ENGINEERING / TECHNOLOGY                                          20 Marks

  • Applied Mechanics
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Elements of Mechanical Engineering
  • Fundamentals of Thermal Engineering
  • Hydraulic and Hydraulic Mechanic

APPLIED COURSES IN ENGINEERING / TECHNOLOGY                                      40 Marks

  • Auto Engineering Drawing
    • Chasis, Body and Transmission
    • MVA and Transport Management
    • Automotive Emission Control
  • CNC machines
    • Metrology and quality control

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING                                                                  20 Marks

  • Transmission of Power
  • Internal combustion Engines
  • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems (iv) Hydraulics

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING                                                                    20 Marks

  • Fundamental Dynamics Engineering Graphics & Coputer Modelling
  • Mechanics of Materials – I & II
  • Theory of Machines – I & II
  • Applied Thermodynamic-I & II
  • Theory of Machines – I & II
  • Hydraulic Machinery
  • Measurement and Instrumentation

Annexure “S”

Syllabus for Written test

Marks:-120                                                                                                                                Time: – 2.00 Hours

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND CURRENT AFFAIRS                                               15 MARKS

  • Indian History with special reference to   Freedom struggle
  • Languages & Culture
  • International Organisations- UNO, WHO, WTO, IMF, UNESCO, UNCTAD etc.
  • Important Regional Organizations and Blocs- BRICS, OPEC, ASEAN, SAARC, BIMSTEC, G-20, G-7 etc.
  • Sustainable Development Goals
  • Communicale Diseases- cure and prevention
  • NCDC- COVID-19 – SOPs, Advisories, Guidelines etc
  • World famous Awards
  • The world of Sports
  • Climate & Crops in India
  • Political & Physical divisions of world & India
  • Important Rivers & Lakes in India
  • Current Events of National and International importance

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO UT of J&K                       10 Marks

  • Popular names of personalities and their achievements/ Contribution (National and International).
  • Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport.
  • J&K History, Economy and Culture
  • Flora and Fauna of J&K
  • Rivers and Lakes.
  • Important Tourist Destinations.
  • J&K Panchayati Raj Act, 1989 (as ameneded upto  December, 2020),  73rd & 74th Constitutional amendments.
  • J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019

STATISTICAL METHODS & APPLIED STATISTICS                                              25 MARKS

  • Primary and secondary data.
    • Methods of collecting Primary and Secondary Data
    • Preparation of questionaires
    • Tabulation and compilation of Data
    • Measures of central Tendency
    • Correlation and regression- Concept and simple applications.
    • Theory of Attributes- Basic concepts and their applications.
    • Theory of Index Numbers: Tests of Index numbers- Wholesale and consumer price Index numbers.
    • Demography-Census, its features and functions.
    • Vital Statistics- Measures of fertility, Crude fertility  rates,  specific  fertility rates, gross and net reproduction rates., Measures of Mortality
    • Interpolation & Extrapolation.

GENERAL ECONOMICS                                                                                    25 MARKS

  • Meaning and scope of Economics; Methodology of Economic Analysis.
    • Utility, Supply, Demand and Elasticity of Demand, Commodity Value, Market.
    • Theory of Consumer Demand and Demand Analysis.
    • Factors of Production and Laws of Production.
    • Pricing and Market Structures.
    • Production Theory and Costs.
    • Concept of Economic Growth of Development; Theories of Growth of Development.
    • Determination of National Income.
    • Public Finance; Revenue, Public Expenditure, Public Debt, Deficit Financing.
    • Foreign Trade & Balance of payments.
    • Banking and Monetary Policy.
    • Agriculture   &   economic   development;   Industrialization   and   economic development.
    • Planning versus Market Economy.
    • Green Revolution in India, Poverty/ Unemployment, Role of Agriculture.
    • Economic Reforms in India.

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS                                                                               15 MARKS

  • Fundamentals of computer sciences,
  • Hardware & Software, Concept of Open Source Technologies
  • Input & Output Devices,
  • Flow Charts and Algorithms
  • Operating System:- MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, MS Power-Pont ,PDF
  • Internet & E-mail
  • Concept of Computer Virus & latest Anti-Virus.
  • Data Communication and Networking
  • Introduction to Database Management

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                                                                                15 MARKS

  • Information concept & Processing
  • Computer Appreciation
  • Elements of Computers Processing System Hardware CPU, Peripherals, Storage Media, Software Definition, Role and Categories Firmware and Human-ware.
  • Computer & Communication.
  • Programming Language Classification
  • Information Technology Applications of India
  • Representation of Information.
  • Basic Electronics- Semiconductor Diodes, Operational Amplifiers, Bipolar Junction Transistor etc

MATHEMATICS                                                                                                15 MARKS

  • Set Theory – Basic Concepts & Applications.
  • Matrices & Determinants, Simultaneous Linear Equations- Cramer’s Rule.
  • Analytical Geometry.
  • Differentiation- Basic Concepts (Addition, Product & Chain Rule)
  • Integration-Reduction & Substitution Method.
  • Differential Equations.

Annexure “T”

Syllabus for written test

Marks: 120                                                                                 Time: 02.00 Hrs.

GENERAL ENGLISH                                                                                      20 Marks

  • Tenses
    • Rearranging of jumbled sentences.
    • Comprehension with blanks to be filled in with
    • Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND CURRENT AFFAIRS                                        20 Marks

  • Indian History with special reference to Freedom struggle
  • First in world (Adventure, Sports, Discoveries)
  • First in India (Adventure, Sports, Discoveries)
  • Popular Personalities (Politics, Scientific discoveries,  Geographical, Sports, History)
  • The Newspaper world – (Current Dailies & Weeklies of India)
  • Languages & Culture
  • International Organisations- UNO, WHO, WTO, IMF, UNESCO, UNCTAD etc.
  • Important Regional Organizations and Blocs- BRICS, OPEC, ASEAN, SAARC, BIMSTEC, G-20, G-7 etc.
  • Sustainable Development Goals
  • Communicale Diseases- cure and prevention
  • NCDC- COVID-19 – SOPs, Advisories, Guidelines etc
  • World famous Awards
  • The world of Sports
  • Climate & Crops in India
  • Political & Physical divisions of world & India
  • Important Rivers & Lakes in India
  • Current Events of National and International importance
  • Agriculture in economic development; Industrialization and economic development.
  • Foreign Trade & Balance of payments
  • New economic reforms
  • Inflation, Monitory Policy, Fiscal Policy, Capital Markets, Role of RBI, Taxation in India- Direct & Indirect Tax – CBDT, GST etc.
  • India’s Automic Research Programme,
  • Thermal / Nuclear/ Hydro Power Plants in India.

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO UT of J&K             20  Marks

  • Popular names of personalities and their achievements/ Contribution (National and International).
  • Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport.
  • J&K History, Economy and Culture
  • Flora and Fauna of J&K
  • Rivers and Lakes.
  • Important Tourist Destinations.
  • J&K Panchayati Raj Act, 1989 (as ameneded upto December, 2020), 73rd & 74th Constitutional amendments.
  • J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019

GENERAL SCIENCE                                                                                          20 Marks

  • Various sources of energy; conventional sources of energy; improvement in technology for using conventional source of energy (Biomass and wind energy)
  • Non-conventional sources of energy (Solar energy,Tidal energy).
  • Mechanics, Rest, motion, Velocites, acceleration, Newton Laws of motion,
  • Voltage, Current, Resistance, Power, D.C Batteries
  • Waves, light as a wave, Sound waves, Transverse and longitudinal waves.
  • Structure of Atom
  • Solids, Liqids and Gases(Basics)
  • Life processes: Nutrition and its types, Respiration, Transportation of water, food and minerals in plants.
  • Vitamins- Dieases related to vitamin deficiency.
  • Environmental pollution.
  • Ecosystem – Its components, Food chains and Food webs.
  • Ozone layer, its depletion, Green House Effect.
  • Importance of water in life

MENTAL ABILITY TEST                                                           20 Marks

  • Number series.
    • Speed, Distance and Time.
    • Statements and conclusions.

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS                                                                   20 Marks

  • Fundamentals of computer sciences
  • Hardware & Software
  • Input and output devices
  • Operating system
  • M.S Word,M.S Excel, M.S Acess and Powerpoint Presentation
  • E_mail & Internet

ANNEXURE “U”

Syllabus for written

Marks: 100                                                                                 Time: 02.00 Hrs.

S. No. Subjects/ Topic Marks assigned
1 GENERAL AWARENESS with special reference of J&K UT 30
2 GENERAL ENGLISH & COMPREHENSION 20
3 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING 20
4 QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE 20
5 BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF COMPUTERS 10
TOTAL 100
  1. GENERAL AWARENESS with special reference of J&K UT
  • Current Events of National and International importance
    • Political & Physical divisions of World & India
    • Transport & Communication.
    • Demography- Census, its feature and Vital Statistics.
    • Important Rivers & Lakes in India.
    • Indian Culture & Heritage.
    • Indian History with special reference to Freedom Movement.
    • Indian   Constitution-   Basic   features-   Preamble,   Fundamental   Rights,

Fundamental Duties, Directive Principles of State Policy

  • Science & Technology.
    • Environment, Ecology & Bio-diversity.
    • Taxation in India- Direct & Indirect Tax – CBDT, GST etc.
    • J&K UT
      • Geography-  (Weather,   Climate,   Crops, Rivers, Lakes, Flora, Fauna.)
      • Important Tourist Destinations
    • J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019.
  • GENERAL ENGLISH & COMPREHENSION
  • Fill in the blanks with Phrases, Pronouns, homonyms/ homophones etc
    • Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.
    • Rearranging of jumbled sentences.
  • GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING
    • Number series, Letter series, Semantic Series, Speed, Distance and Time, Statements and conclusions, Logical Reasoning, Mental Reasoning, Word Building, Numerical Operations, Semantic Analogy, Symbolic/ Number Analogy, Figural Analogy, Semantic Classification, Symbolic/ Number Classification, Figural Classification, Problem Solving.
    • Symbolic Operations, Trends, Space Orientation, Space Visualization, Venn Diagrams, Drawing inferences, Punched hole/ pattern- folding & un- folding, Figural Pattern- folding and completion, Indexing, Address matching, Date & city matching, Classification of centre codes/roll numbers, Small & Capital letters.

The scope of the test will be computation of

  • Whole numbers, decimals, fractions and relationships between numbers, Profit and Loss, Discount, Partnership Business, Mixture and Alligation, Time and distance, Time & Work,Percentage. Ratio & Proportion, Square roots, Averages, Interest, Basic algebraic.
    • Graphs of Linear Equations, Triangle and its various kinds of centres, Congruence and similarity of triangles, Circle and its chords, tangents, angles subtended by chords of a circle, common tangents to two or more circles, Triangle, Quadrilaterals, Regular Polygons, Circle, Right Prism, Right Circular Cone, Right Circular Cylinder, Sphere, Heights and Distances, Histogram, Frequency polygon, Bar diagram & Pie chart, Hemispheres, Rectangular Parallelepiped, Regular Right Pyramid with triangular or square base, Trigonometric ratio, Degree and Radian Measures, Standard Identities, Complementary angles.
  • KNOWLEDGE OF COMPUTERS
    • Basic Applications of Computer and its component.
    • Fundamentals of computer sciences.
    • Hardware & Software, Concept of Open-Source Technologies.
  • Input & output Devices.
    • Knowledge of MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, MS PowerPoint, PDF Internet and E-mail.
    • Concept of Computer Virus and Latest Anti-Virus.
    • Role of Information Technology in Governance.

Annexure “V”

Syllabus for written test

Marks: 100                                                                                 Time: 02.00 Hrs.

S. No. Subjects/ Topic Marks assigned
1 GENERAL AWARENESS with special reference of J&K UT 30
2 FINANCE & ACCOUNTS 30
3 GENERAL ENGLISH & COMPREHENSION 10
4 CONSTITUTION/ GOVERNANCE/POLITY 10
5 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING 10
6 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 10
TOTAL 100

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND CURRENT AFFAIRS                                               30 Marks

  • Current Events of National and International Importance
  • Political & Physical divisions of India
  • Climate & Crops in India
  • Transport & Communication.
  • Demography & Vital Statistics.
  • Important Rivers & Lakes in India.
  • Indian Economy.
  • Indian Culture & Heritage.
  • Indian History with special reference to Freedom Movement.
  • Science & Technology.
  • Environment, Ecology & Bio-diversity.
  • Books & Authors
  • Persons & Places
  • Sports
  • Taxation in India- Direct & Indirect Tax, GST, Income Tax, Central Excise & Customs, CBDT, CBIC etc.
  • J&K UT
    • Geography- (Weather, Climate, Crops, Rivers, Lakes, Flora, Fauna etc.)
    • Important Tourist Destinations
    • J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019.

FINANCE AND ACCOUNTS                                                                                  30 Marks

  • Financial Accounting: Nature and scope, Limitations of Financial Accounting, Basic concepts and Conventions.
  • Basic concepts of Accounting: Single and double entry, Books of original Entry, Bank Reconciliation, Journal, ledgers, Trial Balance, Rectification of Errors, Manufacturing, Trading, Balance Sheet
  • Distinction between Capital and Revenue Expenditure, Depreciation Accounting, Valuation of Inventories, Non-profit organisations Accounts, Receipts and Payments and Income & Expenditure Accounts, Bills of Exchange.
  • Money and Banking: Monetary/ Fiscal policy- Role and functions of Reserve Bank of India; functions of commercial Banks/ RRB/ Payment Banks.
  • Budget and Fiscal deficits and Balance of payments.
  • Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act, 2003.

GENERAL ENGLISH & COMPREHENSION                                                              10 Marks

  • Tenses
    • Fill in the blanks with Phrases, Pronouns, homonyms/ homophones etc
    • Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.
    • Rearranging of jumbled sentences.

CONSTITUTION/ GOVERNANCE/POLITY                                                          10 Marks

  • Indian Constitution – Overview, nature & Philosophy of the Indian Constitution
  • Features of the Constitution- Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties, Directive Principles of State Policy
  • Parliamentary System & Amendment Procedures
  • Federal structure, devolution of powers and finances.
  • Important aspects of governance, transparency, accountability, e-governance etc.

REASONING & MENTAL ABILITY                                                                       10 Marks

Number series, Letter series, Semantic Series, Speed, Distance and Time, Statements and conclusions, Logical Reasoning, Mental Reasoning, Word Building, Numerical Operations, Semantic Analogy, Symbolic/ Number Analogy, Figural Analogy, Semantic Classification, Symbolic/ Number Classification, Figural Classification, Problem Solving.

COMPUTERS  & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                                                  10 Marks

  • Fundamentals of computer sciences
  • Hardware & Software
  • Input and output devices
  • Operating system
  • M.S Word,M.S Excel, M.S Acess and Powerpoint Presentation
  • E_mail & Internet
  • Role of Information Technology in Governance.

ANNEXURE “W”

Syllabus for written test

Max. Marks: 120 Time: 2:00 hrs

  • Origin and Evolution of Tabla.                                                     (10 Marks)
  • Sangeet and Taal.                                                                      (10 Marks)
  • Tabla and its six Gharanas with examples.                                 (10 Marks)
  • Taal and its “Ten Pranas”.                                                          (10 Marks)
  • Jaati and its Five Kinds.                                                              (10 Marks)
  • Writting ability of different compositions in different Taals with different Layakaries. (10 Marks)
  • Brief knowledge of “Rasas”and its use in Tabla.                         (15 Marks)
  • Knowledge about :Hindustani”and “Karnataki”Taal Padhati.        (15 Marks)
  • Knowledge about the following Layakaries:- 2:3, 4:5, 4:7           (15 Marks)
  • Brief Biographical Sketch of:-                                                  (15 Marks)

Annexure “X” SYLLABUS FOR WRITTEN TEST

Marks :-120 Time :- 2.00 Hours

Foundation of Physical Education:                                                  15 Marks

  1. Concept of Physical Education.
  2. Aims and objectives of Physical Education. Scope of Physical Education in modern Era.
  3. Explain Cognitive domain, psychomotor domain, Affective domain.
  4. Relationship between Physical Education and General Education.
  5. Nature, meaning and scope of Philosophy in Physical Education.
  6. Major components of Philosophy.
  7. Philosophies of Physical Education (Idealism, Naturalism, Pragmatism, Realism & Existentialism).

Historical Perspective:                                                                         10 Marks

  1. Physical education in Ancient and Modern India
  2. Physical Education in Greece, USA, Germany, British and Rome.
  3. Ancient and Modern Olympic Games
  4. Asian and Common Wealth Games.
  5. South Asian Federation (S.A.F) Games
  6. National sports awards (Arjuna award, Dronacharya award, Rajiv Ghandi khel Ratna Award, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad (MAKA ) Trophy.
  7. Famous sports Personalities in India.

Officiating and Coaching:                                                                   10 Marks

  1. Concept of Officiating and Coaching
  2. Moderns Trends in Coaching
  3. Duties of Officials
  4. Layout of standard track.
  5. Dimension and marking for track and field events.
  6. Rules and their interpretation of track and field events.
  7. Rules and regulations of different games (Football, Volley Ball, Hockey, Basket Ball, Cricket, Kho Kho, Kabaddi and Badminton.

Psychological Foundations:                                                              10 Marks

  1. Sports Psychology and factors effecting sports
  2. Elements of learning, individual differences in learning, Learning Curve
  3. Theories of learning, Nature of motor skill learning.
  4. Transfer of training.performance.
  5. Personality, Dimensions of
  6. Growth and Development at different stages.
  7. Heredity and Environment.personality.

Sociological Foundation:                                                                    10 Marks

  1. Socialization bases of Physical
  2. Sports as cultural Heritage of Man Kind
  3. Cooperation and competition, social recognition.
  4. Social Institutions, Social Development.
  5. Group Dynamics, Leadership and its importance.
  6. Media in Sports, Politics in Sports
  7. National / International integration through SportsEducation,

Kinesiology: 10 Marks

  1. Historical  Development of kinesiology,  its  need and scope in      Physical Education &
  2. Axes and planes of movements, line of pull.
  3. Structure, Classification of the muscles and Joints.
  4. Origin Insertion and action of major muscles.
  5. Meaning of Biomechanics, role of biomechanics in Physical Education.
  6. Motion, types of motion, Newton’s laws of motion.
  7. Equilibrium, Stability and its principles. Lever and its types. Spin, Projectile and Impulse,Sports.

Training Methods:                                                                                 15 Marks

  1. Characteristics and principle of sports
  2. Different  methods of sports training.(Interval training,     Weight Training Circuit training, Fartlek training and Plyometric                        
  3. Development of Different Motor Abilities.
  4. Vital capacity, Second wind, Fatigue, Oxygen debt.
  5. Effect of training on muscular system, Respiratory system and Circulatory System.
  6. Technical and tactical preparation of Sports
  7. Warm-up, its types and values.Training).training

Management:                                                                                          15 Marks

  1. Introduction, Meaning and Definition of
  2. Management techniques and financial
  3. Meaning of Organization and Administration.
  4. Organization of Physical Education and sports at different levels.
  5. Supervision and Evaluation in physical education and sports.
  6. Concept of teaching and Learning and Methods of Teaching.
  7. Lesson plan, Importance and need of lesson plan.management.management.

Planning:                                                                                                 15 Marks

  1. Meaning, Importance and Principles of
  2. Short term &Long Term
  3. Intra-mural and Extra mural tournaments.
  4. Talent Identification & Classification of students
  5. Sports meet and Sports day.
  6. Education technology and Teaching aids.
  7. Criteria for the selection of Players.Planning.Planning.

First aid:                                                                                                  10 Marks

  • Concept, Meaning of first aid and its types.
  • Principles of First Aid.
  • Sports injuries, types of  injuries, causes of injuries and their Treatment in  various cases (Sprain, Strain, Dislocation, Fracture, Burns, abrasions,  & Cuts).
  • Definition and concept of Rehabilitation.
  • Goals and principles of Rehabilitation.
  • Massage Manipulation & therapeutic Exercises.
  • Doping in Sports.

Annexure “Y” SYLLABUS FOR WRITTEN TEST

Marks: 120

Time: 02:00 Hours

ITEM GRID AND SYLLABUS:

GRID

TOTAL NUMBER OF QUESTIONS

APTITUDE

General English

20

General knowledge and current affairs (India)

15

General knowledge with special reference to J&K

5

Numerical and Reasoning Ability

15

Basic Concepts of Computers

5

TOTAL MARKS (APTITUDE)

60

TECHNICAL

TECHNICAL QUESTIONS

40

TOTAL MARKS

100

DETAILED SYLLABUS INDICATED BELOW FOR APTITUDE AND TECHNICAL

APTITUDE SYLLABUS

GENERAL ENGLISH

  • Articles
  • Clauses
  • Pronouns
  • Homonyms/ homophones
  • Tenses
  • Clauses
  • Punctuation
  • Synonyms and antonyms
  • Analogies
  • Idioms and phrases
  • Uses of Prepositions

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND CURRENT AFFAIRS (INDIA)                 

  • Important dates in Indian History / Freedom struggle, different dates and events
  •  First in world (Adventure, Sports,Discoveries). First in India (Adventure, Sports, Discoveries)
  • Popular    names   of   Personalities     (Religion, Politics, Scientific discoveries, Geographical, Sports, History)
  • The Newspaper world – (Current Dailies & Weeklies of India)
  • Books & Authors – General
  • Languages
  • Capitals & Currencies
  • United Nations Organizations – Veto Powers
  • No. of Countries as its Members Principal organs and their functions
  • SAARC, ASEAN
  • Everyday Science
  • World famous Awards – (1. in Science), (2. in Literature) & (3. in Sports)
  •  National Awards – (1. in Science), (2. in Literature) & (3. in Sports)
  •  The world of Sports
  •  Climate & Crops in India
  •  Democratic institutions
  •  Forms of Government
  •  Political & Physical divisions of world & India
  •  Important rivers & Lakes in India
  •  Current Events of National and International Level
  •  Role of Mathematics in Economics
  •  Agriculture in economic development; Industrialization and economic development
  •  Indian Foreign Trade
  •  New economic reforms and growth of foreign trade
  •  Inflation – Concept and types; Causes and consequences

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO J&K

  • Abbreviations, Important dates, popular names of personalities and their achievements/Contribution (National and International)
  • Constitution of J&K – Formation, Fundamental rights, Directive Principles
  • Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport
  • Important power projects and their impact on State Economy
  • Rivers and Lakes
  • Important Tourist Destinations
  • History of J&K
  • Historical places of the State and their importance
  • RTI Act
  • Indus Water Treaty and its impact on State economy

NUMERICAL AND REASONING ABILITY
The candidates will be tested primarily on the fundamental mathematical concepts and application oriented reasoning. The broad areas will include the following;

Basic Arithmetic:

  • Number System
  • Percentage
  • Average
  • Profit & Loss
  • Ratio & Proportion
  • Speed, Distance and Time
  • Mathematical reasoning

Reasoning ability:

  • Number series
  • Letter series
  • Coding decoding
  • Direction sense
  • Blood relations
  • Statements and conclusions
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Mental Reasoning

BASIC CONCEPTS OF COMPUTERS 

The candidates’ understanding of the concepts of computers and its application will be tested and it will broadly cover the following:

  • Computer terminology
  • Hardware and Software
  • Storage and Operating systems
  • Safety and Security
  • E-mail and Internet Usage

TECHNICAL SYLLABUS

  • Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
  • Basics of Information Technology
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Electronic Components and Materials
  • Basic Electronics
  • General Engineering
  • Electronic Devices and Circuits
  • Electronic Instruments and Measurements
  • Principles of Communication Engineering
  • Digital Electronics
  • Electronic Drawing, Design and Fabrication Techniques
  • Computer Programming and Applications
  • Electrical Machines
  • Communication Systems
  • Network Filters and Transmission Lines
  • Microprocessors and Applications
  • Fundamentals of Electronic Instrumentation
  • Microwave and Radar Engineering
  • Troubleshooting of Electronic Equipment
  • Power Electronics
  • Advanced Microprocessors
  • Consumer Electronics
  • Micro controllers and Embedded Systems
  • Digital and Data Communication

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FAQ for JKSSB Junior Assistant Syllabus :

What is the Selection Process for JKSSB Junior Assistant?

Selection Process is different for all the Posts, Detailed Post Wise Selection Process is mentioned above in detail, you can check the same from above.

What is the Exam Pattern for JKSSB Junior Assistant?

Exam Will be Objective Type.
Questions will be in the form of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ).
Maximum Marks for this Exam will be 120 Marks & for the Posts of Driver and Supervisory it will be of 100 Marks.
Time allocated for this Exam will be of 2 hours.
There will be a negative marking of 0.25 Marks.

What is the Exam Syllabus for JKSSB Junior Assistant?

Post Wise Detailed Syllabus is mentioned above in detail, you can check the same from above.

What is the Time Allocated for this Exam?

It will be of 2 hours.

What will be the Maximum Marks for this Exam?

Maximum Marks for this Exam will be 120 Marks & for the Posts of Driver and Supervisory it will be of 100 Marks.

Is there any negative marking for the Wrong Answers?

There will be a negative marking of 0.25 Marks.

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