APSC Special Service- 2013 Exam Pattern, Syllabus and Reference Books
Assam PSC Special Recruitment- Combined Competitive Examination 2013- Latest Scheme, Important Dates, Examination Pattern and Topic Wise Paper 1 and 2 Syllabus for all posts with reference study material.
Assam PSC has already scheduled the combined competitive written exam for the posts vacant in Special Service Recruitment 2013. This examination will be conducted in 2 stages namely Preliminary and Mains. The APSC Special Recruitment 2013 applicants can go through the below given detailed scheme of both paper 1 and paper 2 of CCE, Syllabus and Books to crack this test.
APSC Combined Competitive Examination- Pattern and Syllabus
The APSC special recruitment written exam consists of 2 stage process of selection in that:
(I) Preliminary (MCQ Based)
(II) Main (Written and Interview).
About APSC Preliminary Exam:
This exam is spitted into 2 sub papers based on objective type multiple choice questions:
|Paper-I||General Studies||200 Marks||Duration: 2 hours||MCQ Based|
|Paper-II||Selected subject||200 Marks||Duration: 2 hours||MCQ Based|
About APSC Main Exam:
This paper is also divided in to two stages examination through a WRITTEN TEST followed by INTERVIEW
(A) APSC Special Recruitment Paper II- Part 1: Written Examination Details
a) Candidates who will successfully clear the prelim of APSC Special recruitment will be eligible for the APSC Special recruitment mains on the basis of cut off. This short listing/merit adhere the rule of reservation and special quota according to the presidential directives
b) The Main Paper’s written examination part is consist of below given papers
Paper Type: Conventional/Descriptive
|Optional 1||Any two subjects paper chosen from the list of optional papers.||200
|Written Exam Max Marks-||1400|
(B) Interview Test:
Candidates who successfully clear the Main Paper (Written Part) will be called for interview. The candidates will be about thrice of total posts vacant for in Special Recruitment. This selection will be made on the basis of same norm of reservation.
The Interview round is of 200 marks
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