BIS Assistant & Stenographer Syllabus 2020

BIS Assistant & Stenographer Exam Syllabus 2020 2021 | BIS Assistant Director (Administration & Finance), Assistant Director (Marketing & Consumer Affairs), Assistant Director (Library), Assistant Section Officer, Personal Assistant, Junior Translator (Hindi), Library Assistant, Stenographer, Senior Secretariat Assistant & Junior Secretariat Assistant Syllabus and Exam Pattern are given on this page. So, candidates who are searching for the BIS Syllabus 2020 they can collect full PDF on this page. BIS Assistant & Stenographer Syllabus plays a prominent role in any exam preparation. Without having BIS Assistant & Stenographer syllabus and Exam pattern nobody can know which subjects to prepare for the examination. Details regarding structure of On-line Examination; Examination Centres; and other Guidelines / information for appearing in on-line examination, are given below:

 

BIS Assistant & Stenographer Selection Process:

The Selection Procedure of the Exam will be as follows:

  1. On-line Examination
  2. Interview

 

EXAMINATION CENTRES:

The examination will/may be conducted at the following Centres:

A) Structure of Online Exam:

i) For the posts of Assistant Director (Administration & Finance), Assistant Director (Marketing & Consumer Affairs) and Assistant Director (Library), the exam shall be of Post-graduate Level comprising of the following syllabus:

Sl. No. Name of the Test No. of Questions Maximum Marks Total Time
1. General Intelligence & Reasoning 40 40 120 minutes
2. English Language 40 40
3. Quantitative Aptitude 20 20
4. For Assistant Director (Finance)

– Domain Knowledge in Finance For Assistant Director (Legal)

– Domain Knowledge in Law For Assistant Director (Marketing & Consumer Affairs)

– Domain knowledge on Public Relations/ Publicity/ Advertising/ Scientific Journalism For Assistant Director (Library)

– Domain knowledge on Library Science

50 50
  150 150  

The candidates will be required to secure aleast 50 % marks in aggregate out of total maximum marks in the on-line examination, to be considered for interview.

 

ii) For the posts of Assistant Section Officer, Personal Assistant, Stenographer, Senior Secretariat Assistant & Junior Secretariat Assistantssistant and Junior Secretariat Assistant, the exam shall be of Graduate Level comprising of the following syllabus:

Sl. No. Name of the Test No. of Questions Maximum Marks Total Time
1. General Intelligence & Reasoning 50 50 120 minutes
2. General Awareness 25 25
3. Quantitative Aptitude 25 25
4. English Language 50 50
  150 150  

The candidates will be required to secure aleast 50 % marks in aggregate out of total maximum marks in the on-line examination, to be considered for next selection process.

 

iii) For the post of Junior Translator (Hindi) and Library Assistant, the exam shall be of Graduate Level comprising of the following syllabus:

Sl. No. Name of the Test No. of Questions Maximum Marks Total Time
1. General Intelligence & Reasoning 50 50 120 minutes
2. General Awareness 25 25
3. English Language 25 25
4. For Junior Translator (Hindi)

– Domain knowledge on General Hindi & Vocabulary For Library Assistant

– Domain knowledge on Library Science

50 50
  150 150  

The candidates will be required to secure aleast 50 % marks in aggregate out of total maximum marks in the on-line examination, to be considered for next selection process.

 

OTHER GUIDELINES / INFORMATION FOR APPEARING IN ON-LINE EXAMINATION

CUT-OFFSCORE:

(i) The candidates will be required to secure at least 50 % marks in aggregate out of total maximum marks in the on-line examination, to be considered for further selection process.

(ii) The corrected marks obtained by each of the candidates in different sessions (If held) will be normalized using equi percentile method; and

(iii) Mere passing in individual tests may not be sufficient as candidates should also obtain sufficiently high on total in order of merit, to be called for interview/skill test/shorthand test/practical skill test, as the case maybe.

 

PROCESS FOR ARRIVING AT SCORES

The Scores of Online Examination are obtained by adopting the following procedure:

(i) Number of questions answered correctly by a candidate in each objective test is considered for arriving at the Corrected Score after applying penalty for wrong answers.

(ii) The Corrected Scores so obtained by a candidate are made equivalent to take care of the minor difference in difficulty level, if any, in each of the objective tests held in different sessions to arrive at the Equated Scores* * Scores obtained by candidates on any test are equated to the base form by considering the distribution of scores of all the forms.

(iii) Test wise scores and scores on total is reported with decimal point upto two digits.

 

Note: Cutoffs are applied in two stages:

(i) on scores in individual tests;

(ii) on Total Scor

 

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