SSC CAPF Syllabus 2013
SSC stands for Staff Selection Commission takes exam for the recruitment of various departments and all the recruitment made under SSC exam. SSC recruits candidates for the post of Group B and Group C. After UPSC, SSC is the only body which recruits for the central govt jobs. This time they are recruiting for the post of Sub Inspector in CAPF and CISF.
Applicants who want to apply against SSC CAPF Recruitment they have to give written examination. Applicants must know which type of paper will come in the examination therefore we are providing the syllabus of SSC CAPF 2013 ASI, SI and CISF Exam Pattern 2014.
Exam Pattern for CISF, CAPF
If we talk about exam pattern than this exam conducts in two phase.
|Part||Subject||Number of questions||Maximum Marks|
|Part A||General Intelligence and reasoning||50||50|
|Part B||General Knowledge & General Awareness||50||50|
|Part C||Quantitative Aptitude||50||50|
|Part D||English Comprehension||50||50|
|English Language & Comprehension||200 marks/200 questions||2 Hours|
In phase 1 there are 200 multiple choice questions which is further divided in four sections namely: General Intelligence/Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, and English.
In Phase 2 there are 200 questions in which there are English language and comprehension. In both the phases all the questions is of one marks each and there are negative marking also where one forth marks (.25) is deducted on one wrong marked option.
Both the papers together are of 400 marks. After qualifying both the papers they called Physical Endurance Test (PET) and Medical Test after which they finally called for the Personal Interview of 100 marks.
PET has different tasks for males and females in which there are difference in all the criteria for physical examination.
Syllabus for CAPF and CISF
Part A: General Intelligence/reasoning
In this there are again two sections namely: Verbal and Non Verbal reasoning.
|Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning||Analogies, problem solving, decision making, visual memory description, relationship concepts, coding and decoding, statement conclusion, syllogism, Venn diagram, figurative pattern folding and completion, embedded figures etc|
Part B: General awareness
|General awareness||In this section they asked questions form history, geography, civics, politics background, parliament, constitution, physics, biology, chemistry etc.|
Part C: Quantitative Aptitude
|Quantitative Aptitude||It is the only portion where candidate can score well if he maintains his speed of doing questions. For this section preparation first you should do RS Aggarwal book for Quantitative Maths.And after words he you can do further practice form other books also.
Part D: English
|English||It is infinite. But one can do all important topics for exam point of view. English has always done in a very smart way. If one can think to become master in English then it is very difficult to qualify in exam. So be smart and do all topics according to the requirement of exam.|
Paper 2: English Language and Comprehension
In this section you are going to give your best in English only. By this section examiner just want to check your English level. You should prepare well for this exam; you should have command in synonyms, antonyms, vocabulary etc.
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