Mar 29, 2019

WBPSC Clerkship Syllabus 2019 | Previous Year Question Papers

WBPSC Clerkship Syllabus
Candidates applied for WB Public Service Commission Clerk posts, better to start your preparation today. To face the competition it is better to start preparing today. However, find the direct download links for the WBPSC Clerkship Syllabus 2019 below. Also, check the exam pattern and other important details before starting preparation.
WB Public Service Commission Recruitment board conducts the written exam to select the candidates. Hence, the aspirants applied for the Clerk vacancies have to attend the written examination. Hence, check the number of question, marks & time duration details in the tabular sections below.
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WBPSC Clerkship Examination Syllabus

Scheme of Examination :
The examination shall consists of two parts, viz.,
i) Part-I (Objective Type)
(ii) Part-II (Conventional Type – Written).

Part-I Examination :
Part-I will carry 100 marks having 100 questions of 1 (one) mark each, comprising of multiple choice, objective type question on English (30 marks), General Studies (40 marks) and Arithmetic (30 marks). The duration of Part-I examination shall be 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Part-II Examination :
Part-II shall consist of conventional type questions on
a) Group-A : English
b) Group-B : Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali/Santali carrying 50 marks each for Group-A and Group-B. The duration of Part II examination shall be 1 hour.
The elementary knowledge in Computer operation and ability of typing on Computer of the candidates shall be judged only after they are found qualified in Part-I and Part-II.

Syllabus for the Examination :
Part -I :
English : Fundamentals of the English language such as vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, synonyms, antonyms and its correct usage etc.

General Studies :
Matters of everyday observation including everyday science, current events and problems with special reference to India and elementary knowledge of Indian History and Indian Geography.

Arithmetic :
Divisibility, fractions, decimals, recurring decimals, simplification, HCF, LCM, Partnership, Average, Ratio and proportions, percentage, simple interest, profit & loss, time & distance, area of rectangles and squares.

Part-II :
Group-A : English
a) Drafting of a report in English from points or materials supplied ;
b) Condensing of a prose passage (Summary/Precis) ;
c) Translation from Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali/Santali, as the case may be, into English ;

Group-B : Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali/Santali :
a) Drafting of a report from points or materials supplied ;
b) Condensing of a prose passage (summary or précis) ;
c) Translation from English into Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali/Santali, as the case may be ;
The standard of examination shall be similar to that of Madhyamik Examination of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education.

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