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OSSSC: Syllabus For The Post of Junior Clerk (District Cadre/Various Dept.)

OSSSC: Syllabus For The Post of Junior Clerk (District Cadre/Various Dept.) ODISHA SUB-ORDINATE STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION or OSSSC: Plan of examination for the post of Junior Clerk: There shall be a Written Examination for 400 marks and Practical Skill Test of 50 marks as detailed below. pdf

OSSSC: Syllabus For The Post of Junior Clerk (District Cadre/Various Dept.) ODISHA SUB-ORDINATE STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION or OSSSC: Plan of examination for the post of Junior Clerk: There shall be a Written Examination for 400 marks and Practical Skill Test of 50 marks as detailed below. pdf
ODISHA SUB-ORDINATE STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION or OSSSC: Plan of examination for the post of Junior Clerk: There shall be a Written Examination for 400 marks and Practical Skill Test of 50 marks as detailed below.


1). Language Test (English and Odia) — 100 Marks

A. English Language Test — 50 marks
(i) Verbs, Tenses, Active and Passive voice, Subject-verb Agreement,
(ii) Connectors, Types of sentences, Direct and Indirect speech, Comparison.
(iii) Articles, Noun, Pronouns, Prepositions
(iv) Unseen passage (400-450 words in length) with a variety of comprehension questions.

B. Odia Language Test — 50 marks
(a) Grammar 20 marks

(b) Composition: 20 marks
(1) Essay writing on familiar topics (within 250 words) - 10 marks
(2) Letter Writing (Personal letter, Applications, Business or Official) (within 150 words) - 05 marks
(3) Translation (One English passage of around 100 words to be translated into Odia): - 05 marks

(c) Comprehension of an unseen prose passage (5 x 2) = 10 marks - Five short questions to be asked

2). Objective General Knowledge — (100 marks)

In this category, there should be a series of matching questions of different categories like:
(a) Matching Historical events with dates, personalities and places,
(b) Geographical facts with places,
(c) States, Countries and institutions with headquarters,
(d) Books and authors,
(e) Scientific facts and discoveries with dates, persons and uses,
(f) Current events with places and personalities, and,
(g) Matching questions of miscellaneous type.

3) Objective Mathematics — (100 marks)

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

Under this, there will be a series of questions in Practical Mathematics required for day-to-day use. The questions would be such as to test candidate's ability to work out with quickness and accuracy.

4) Basic Computer Knowledge (Objective)   100 marks

(1) MS Windows: Introduction of Windows
(2) MS Office: MS Word, MS Power Point and MS Excel

5) Practical Skill Test:  50 marks

Topics for Practical Test
I. WINDOWS operating system: 
*To test some of the following basic system operations on file/folder(s): - 
• Create, Rename, Copy/Cut/Paste, Delete

II. MS Word: 
*A Paragraph in MS Word incorporating some of the tools given below:-
• Editing and formatting text and paragraph
• Page and Paragraph Setup

III. MS Power Point:
*A Power Point presentation with 2/3 slides using the tools given below: -
• Editing and formatting slides

IV. MS Excel: 
*A problem in spreadsheet related to some of the tools given below:-
• Formatting cells and data
• functions
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