Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Post Office Circles- Postal/Sorting Assistant Written Test Syllabus and Exam Pattern with Preparation Tips

As you have already applied for Assistants posts of your circle so now it’s time to start preparation for the written exam, here we have shared the standard written examination pattern/syllabus designed by Postal Department “Post Office” Personnel for Postal and Sorting Assistants.

Postal Assistant exam syllabus and pattern-

Total Marks- 100 (No Negative Marking)
Total Questions- 100
Time Duration- 120 Minutes
The Written exam body is divided into 4 parts A,B,C and D each part allow you to score up to 25 marks for 25 questions separately.
Detailed Post Office written exam test syllabus for Postal and Sorting Assistants

Part A General Knowledge -Postal Assistant written exam syllabus: like other section this part will ask you to answer 25 question each carry one mark in that Current Affairs, Latest Happenings, Geography, History, Events, Sports, Politics related, environment, science up to GK level only and questions about Indian constitution can be asked.

Part B Mathematics -Postal Assistant written exam syllabus: Numerical and Mathematical questions will come under this section. Your analytical ability for answering 25 questions from various formulas and topics of +2 standards will be asked like Average, Decimals, Implication, Number System, Correlation, Compound Interest, Profit etc….

Part C English - Post Office Assistant exam syllabus: under this section your written English communication skills going to be judged specially 25 question will cover Grammar, Synonyms/Antonyms, Prepositions, Active Passive Voice,  tenses and vocab etc….

Part DPostal Assistant exam syllabus: Here your logical reasoning and analytical thinking would be judged on 25 logical concept based questions

Paper II -Postal Assistant Written Exam Computer Typing Test: A paragraph of about 450 words have to type in English and 375 Words in Hindi on a minimum typing rate of 30/20 WPM – The total time allotted for this part is 15 Minutes 


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