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CBSE Junior Assistant Syllabus 2019 – 2020

Identically, CBSE recently announced that 349 Junior Assistant, Sr. So, Posts will be recruited. So, Assistant & Other Comments Numerous. Also, According to their preference all interested candidates applied for these vacant posts. Further, Application Submission process is launched on-line. Thus, Application Process Submission starts from 15.11.2019 to 16.12.2019. So, Candidates can check More Recruitment Details from below provided link…..

About Exam:

So, the Candidates Apply for these postings await Written Review. The Examination Date will be given on the Official Website separately soon. Also, Candidates can see more specifics of the test from below Link. Students are doing misguided study due to lack of Exam Pattern & Syllabus Information. Thus, the Detailed Syllabus & Selection Process is given here.

CBSE Selection:

  • Stage 1 – Written Exam (For All Posts)
  • Stage 2 – Interview (Only for Assistant Secretary, Assistant Secretary (IT), Analyst (IT)), Skill Test (Typing) (Only for Senior Assistant & Junior Assistant) & Skill Test (Dictation & Transcription) (Only for Stenographer)

Note: Thus, no Second Stage for Junior Hindi Translator, Accountant & Jr. Accountant.

Expected Level of Knowledge for Conducting CBT Examination

Name of Post Level
ASGL
AS (IT) For General Assessment= GL
Domain Knowledge and Assessment=PGL
Analyst For General Assessment= GL
Domain Knowledge and Assessment=PGL
JHTFor General Assessment= GL
Domain Knowledge and Assessment=PGL
SAGL
Stenographer GL
Accountant GL
JASSL
JAGL

Stage 1 – Written Exam (For All Posts)

Exam Syllabus & Pattern:- Further, the Exam Syllabus & Pattern Will be as Follows:

  • Also, the Exam Will be Written Objection Type.

Note: So, No information About the Negative Marking is Provided by the Official Website.

Stage 2 – Interview / ST (Typing / Dictation & Transcription) 

Name of Post Interview / Skill Test
ASInterview Max
Marks = 100
AS (IT) Interview Max
Marks = 100
Analyst Interview Max
Marks = 50
JHTNA
SAST Typing Speed
of 40 w.p.m. or equivalent
calculated speed on computer
i.e. 12000 KDPH.
Duration: 10 MINUTES
Stenographer ST Dictation
10 minutes @ 80 w.p.m.
Transcription 50 mts (Eng)
/65 mts (Hindi) on computer.
Accountant NA
JAST A Typing speed
of 35 w.p.m. or equivalent
speed of 10500 KDPH in
English or 30 w.p.m. or
equivalent speed of 9000
KDPH in Hindi on Computer.
Duration: 10 MINUTES
JA NA

CBSE Marks:

Thus, based on the marks scored in Stage-I, candidates appearing for the post of Assistant Secretary, Assistant Secretary (IT),Analyst (IT),Junior Hindi Translator, Senior Assistant, Stenographer, Accountant, Junior Assistant and Junior Accountant will be shortlisted, category wise, to appear in the final stage for skill test/interview for the post(s) as the case may be.

1. So, for Group –‘A’ post i.e.Assistant Secretary, Assistant Secretary (IT) and Analyst (IT) the successful candidates of Stage-I will be interviewed by the Selection Committee. Also, the final merit list will be drawn category wise and post wise on the basis of consolidated marks scored in the CBT/Written exam and interview.

Name of Post CUT-OFF MARKS (STAGE-I)
AS UR/EWS= 50%
OBC = 45%
SC/ST/PWBD = 40%
AS (IT)
Analyst
SA UR/EWS= 50%
OBC = 45%
SC/ST/PWBD = 40%
Stenographer
JA

Note-1: Also, the posts require the candidate(s) to undergo Interview/Final Stage. Further, the candidate(s)will be shortlisted for INTERVIEW in the ratio of 1:3 of posts advertised, as the case may be. The cut-off marks criteria maybe increased/decreased subject to number of candidate(s) qualifying for the final stage i.e. Also, Interview for Group-A post in the ratio of 1:3 of the advertised post.

Note-2: So, the posts requires the candidate(s) to undergo Skill Test/ Final Stage. Also, the candidate(s) will be shortlisted for SKILL TEST in the ratio of 1:10 of posts advertised, as the case may be. The cut-off marks criteria may be increased/decreased subject to number of candidate(s) qualifying for the final stage i.e. Also, Skill Test for Group-C post in the ratio of 1:10 of the advertised post.

Important Link Area

Official Website www.cbse.nic.in

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