NCERT LDC Syllabus 2016 released by the National Council of Educational Research and Training is for 70 vacancies of Lower Division Clerk (LDC) posts in the NCERT HQ, New Delhi, and its Constituent units. Candidates who have applied for these posts before the last date can check the NCERT Syllabus and NCERT LDC Exam Pattern available here.
NCERT Teacher Recruitment 2016 Notification issued for 240 Professor, Assistant Professor, and Associate Professor jobs. National Council Of Educational Research And Training (NCERT) published this recruitment announcement to fill the NCERT Vacancy. Therefore, interested and eligible aspirants can apply for these NCERT Professor jobs through Online and Offline. The Online application commences from 26th November 2016. The Final date for submission of NCERT Recruitment 2016 online application will be on 25th December 2016.
Candidates can start their preparation for by downloading the NCERT Clerk Syllabus in the pdf format available on recruitment.guru site. Aspirants who have applied for this LDC posts in Delhi/ Bhubaneshwar/ Mysore/ Bhopal units will be waiting for the updates of NCERT LDC Exam Syllabus, NCERT Clerk Exam Pattern, and Admit cards. Here we are having some updates regarding NCERT Lower Division Clerk Syllabus and Exam Pattern.
NCERT Recruitment 2016 – Apply Online
NCERT New Delhi had been published this advertisement under the notice no. NCERT/R-II-1/2016 to fill the vacancies of Lower Division Clerk posts in the Headquarters and its constituent units. Candidates who have passed 12th class and having a typing speed of 35 w.p.m. in English or 30 w.p.m. in Hindi are eligible to apply for NCERT LDC Recruitment 2016. The official NCERT website is www.ncert.nic.in. Eligible candidates can get their NCERT LDC Admit Cards after the officially released. There will be no use if you simply attempt the written test without any preparation. You must prepare for the exam by downloading the NCERT LDC Syllabus and NCERT Exam Pattern from the link attached below.
Name of the Organization: National Council of Educational Research and Training.
Name of the Post: Lower Division Clerk(LDC) posts.
No of posts: 70.
Job Location: India.
Job Category: Syllabus.
Official Website: www.ncert.nic.in or www.ciet.nic.in
NCERT LDC Syllabus 2016
The detailed syllabus for the NCERT Syllabus 2016 in various subjects is given below which the candidates can go through and prepare for the examination. The direct link for NCERT LDC Syllabus 2016 PDF is attached below. The subjects for the NCERT Clerk Syllabus is given below.
- General Knowledge.
- General English.
- Written Expression.
NCERT LDC Exam Syllabus for General Knowledge
- Current Events – National & International.
- Culture & Heritage – India.
- Geography – India.
- General Polity.
- History – India.
- Science & Technology.
- Economy – India.
- Environmental Studies.
- Current Affairs – National & International.
NCERT Syllabus for General English
- Correct use of words.
- The correctness of Sentences.
- Use of common phrases.
- Punctuation etc.
NCERT Exam Pattern
The exam pattern for the NCERT LDC Exam consists of Written test and Skill test. The total marks alloted for the written test is 150 marks. In that, each subject is alloted marks separately. Candidates who have cleared the written exam will be shortlisted for Skill test conducted by the Council. The NCERT LDC Exam Pattern is given in detail below.
|S.no.||Name of the Exam||Subject Name||Total Marks||Duration|
|1.||Written Examination||General Knowledge||50||3 Hours|
|2.||Skill Test||Hindi or English||—||—|
NCERT Clerk Exam Pattern
The NCERT Clerk Exam is conducted through Written Exam and Skill Test. The exam pattern for NCERT LDC Recruitment 2016 is mentioned in detail below.
NCERT LDC Exam Pattern for Written test:
- There are three sections in the Written exam – General English, General knowledge, and Written Expression.
- General English and General Knowledge is of Objective type and Written expression is of Descriptive type.
- In the written expression, Candidates can choose their language as English or Hindi.
- The written exam is conducted for 150 marks.
- Each section is of 50 marks.
- Duration of the exam is 3 hours.
NCERT LDC Exam Pattern for Skill test:
- Candidates who have cleared written test will be shortlisted for the skill test.
- The Skill test was conducted on the computer to check the typing speed.
- Candidates must have a typing speed of 35 w.p.m. in English or 30 w.p.m. in Hindi.
- The typing speed should correspond to 10500 KDPH/ 9000 KDPH on an average of 5 key depressions for each word.
Download NCERT Lower Division Clerk Syllabus 2016 PDF
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