Nidhi Bahl Updated On: 09 Oct, 2018 09:52 IST
Candidates should be aware of the syllabus before they start their preparation for the exam. Following is the detailed syllabus that the candidates must go through.
English including Comprehensive:
This section is to judge the candidates’ proficiency in English. Comprehension Passage, Sentence Correction, Fill in the Blanks, Synonyms, Antonyms and Para Jumble are the topics covered in this section.
General Knowledge and Current Affairs:
Static GK, Current Affairs, Economy, Science and History are the sub-sections of this category. This is basically designed to test the general awareness of the test takers.
This category deals in seven elementary sections. These sections are – Ration and Proportion, Percentages and Averages, Profit and Loss, Time and Work, Simple and Compound Interest, Number System and Speed Distance and Time.
Legal Principles, Constitution, Current Legal News, Environmental Law, Family Law, Criminal Law and Corporate Law are the topics covered in this subject.
There are nine topics in this section, including Blood Relations, Critical Reasoning, Statements and Conclusion, Statement and Assumption, Directions, Number and Letter Series, Coding, Syllogisms and Word Formation.
1. Is there any Negative marking?
There is no negative marking.
2. How to understand the type of question?
Go through previous years' question papers for guidance and understanding of the subject matter in a more clear way.
3. What should be your preparation strategy one week before the exam?
Make a schedule or a chart to know what subject matters you are through with and what topics need revision. Allocate your revision time as per the topics you have to cover and go on ticking them off once you are done.