Mar 27, 2016

Odisha SSC Vital Statistics Clerk Syllabus Question Paper Pattern 2016

Odisha SSC Vital Statistics Clerk Syllabus Question Paper Pattern 2016
Online applications are invited for selection of candidates for recruitment to 106 numbers of Vital Statistics Clerk on contractual basis under Directorate of Public Health on consolidates remuneration of Rs 5200 Grade Pay Rs 1900. It is the liability of the applicant to ensure that he/she is eligible to apply for the post as per this advertisement. Admission of the candidates for the written examination would he on the basis of the information furnished by them in the online application form. If at any stage of recruitment or thereafter, it is Found that any information furnished by the candidate in his application is false/incorrect or the candidate has suppressed any relevant information or the candidate otherwise does not satisfy the eligibility criteria for the post or has not paid the requisite examination fee his/her candidature will be rejected forthwith.

Educational Qualification
(i) The candidate must have passed minimum (10+2) or equivalent examination with knowledge in Basic Computer Skill.
(ii) The candidate must have passed Odia equivalent to M.E standard

As Basic Computer Skill, the candidate must proficiency in computer knowledge such as (a) Basic Knowledge & skills of computers (b) Internet & E.Mail (c) MS word, M.S. Excel (d) MS-Access (e) MS-Power point etc or as proscribed for OS-CIT course as decide by the Govt. in Higher Education Dept.
The candidates having BCA / MCA / B.Tech Degree are also eligible.

Plan of Examination

(A) Preliminary Examination
The commission will decide to conduct Preliminary examination depending on the number of candidates. If decided the Preliminary Examination will be held on General Awareness and will be of objective type with multiple choices of answers to be answered in OMR Sheet. Questions on Current events, History, Geography, General Science, Constitution of India, Human rights, Basic Computer Skill Test, English Language/ Odia language comprehension etc as may be commonly expected from +2 qualified person and Arithmetic of High School standard will be set in the examination.
This is a screening test which will be qualifying in nature Candidates numbering about twelve times, category wise vacancies shall be called for appearing the main examination. The marks obtained in the preliminary examination shall not be added to the marks secured in main (written) examination while preparing the final selection list.
The candidates numbering 12 times of the vacancy in each reserved / unreserved category shall be selected for the main examination for Vital Statistics Clerk, basing on the mark secured in the preliminary test.
The commission at their discretion may fix a qualifying mark for the examination.

(B) Main (Written) Examination
There will be main written examination consisting of the following two papers. These papers will be of objective type answered in OMR sheet.

Scheme and Subject for the Examination

Subjects Total Marks Duration
Paper – I PART – I: General English 50 Marks 1.5 Hours
PART – II: General Knowledge 50 Marks
Paper - II PART – I: Mathematics & Reasoning Ability 50 Marks 1.5 Hours
PART – II: Computer Fundamentals 50 Marks
Total 200 Marks

Syllabus of the Main Written Examination:

A. General English:
(a) Verbs, Tenses, Active and Passive voices, Subject-Verb Agreement
(b) Connectors, Types of sentence, Direct & Indirect speech, Comparison
(c) Article, Noun, Pronouns, Prepositions
(d) Unseen passage (400 – 450 words in length) with a variety of comprehension questions

B. General Knowledge:
It includes Indian History, Geography, Economy, General Science, Indian Polity and Current Affairs (National and International), Socio-economic and cultural issues, who is who, books and authors, sports, awards and honours, abbreviations, important days, national and international organizations etc.

C. Mathematics:
(i) Number System
(ii) HCF and LCM
(iii) Square and square Roots
(iv) Cubes and cube root
(v) Percentage and Averages
(vi) Simple Interest and Compound Interest
(vii) Profit, Loss and Discount
(viii) Partnership
(ix) Ratio and Proportion

D. Computer Fundamentals:
(i) MS Windows: Introduction to windows
(ii) MS Office: MS Word, MS Power Point and MS Excel
(iii) Windows Operating System
There will be no viva voce test.

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