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NESTS MTS, Office Assistant, Stenographer Syllabus 2021

Organization Name National Education Society for Tribal Students (NESTS)
Post Name MTS, Office Assistant, Stenographer, and other posts
Category  Syllabus
Official Website tribal.gov.in

Check NESTS Multi Tasking Staff Exam Pattern 2021 PDF

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

On the basis of a number of applications received for the mentioned posts, the mode of Recruitment would be decided by the Competent Authority, NESTS. In case, the number of candidates is less, the NESTS will select suitable persons based on interviews after shortlisting of candidates as per the criteria decided by the NESTS.

The examination pattern will be a Computer-based test (CBT-MCQ) followed by a skill test

/interview. The scheme & syllabus of examination with the number of questions and duration of paper for other posts is as under:

ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER

(Scheme & Syllabus for Direct Recruitment)

Test Duration 03 hours
Total Questions 180 Objective type multiple choice questions
Total Marks 180 Marks
Section Name (Nature of Questions) Marks per

item

No. of

items

Part-I: Reasoning Ability

Analogies – Semantic Analogy, Symbolic/Number Analogy, Figural Analogy, Similarities and differences, word building, relationship concepts, Arithmetic number series, – Semantic Series, Number Series, Coding and decoding – Small & Capital letters/numbers coding, decoding and classification

01 mark per question 30 questions
Part-II: General English

Comprehension, one-word substitution, Synonyms and Antonyms, Spelling error, Spotting error in sentences, Grammar- Noun, Pronoun, Adjective, Verb, Preposition, Conjunction, Use of ‘A’, ‘AN’ and ‘THE’, Idioms and Phrases.

01 mark per question 30 questions

 

Part-III: General Knowledge

Indian History, Indian Geography, Indian Economy, Indian Polity & Constitution, Scientific Research, awards, Sports, Current affairs-India & World

01 mark per question 20 questions
Part-IV: Contemporary Issues in Education

 

(a) The Constitutional Context

·    Constitutional           values and                                       education (Preamble, Fundamental rights and duties)

·    Right to Free and Compulsory Education2010(RTE)

·    Inclusive Education

 

(b) The Social Context of Educational Policy

·    Challenges posed for education by the socio-cultural and economic context

·    Child labor

·    Child marriage

·    Composition of Indian society and its implications for education

·    Classroom ethos from the perspective of children from diverse socio-cultural and economic backgrounds

 

(c) A Thematic Focus on Educational Policy

·    Kothari Commission and the vision of Common Schooling; National Policy on Education 1986

·    Ramamurthy Committee 1992

·    Yashpal Report 1993

·    National Curriculum Framework 2005

·    Three-language formula

·    Zakir Hussain Committee

·    Basic Education

·    Mudaliar Commission

·    Skills and vocational education

 

(d) Social and Educational Reform

·    Innovations and experiments

 

(e) The System and its Structures

·    Schools in India: Types and Affiliation

·    KVS, NVS, Sainik Schools

·    Concerns for ‘quality’ and equity

·    Management and public participation

·    NCTE, NCERT, NIOS, Boards of Education etc.

01 mark per question 30 questions

Part-V : Management Aptitude 01 mark per 30 questions
Management:    its    nature    and    scope;    The                                Management question  
Processes; Planning, Organisation, Staffing, Directing and    
Controlling; The Role of a Manager in an Organisation.    
Leadership: The Tasks of a Leader; Leadership Styles;    
Leadership Theories; A successful Leader versus an effective    
Leader. Human Resource Development: Concept of HRD;    
Goals of HRD; Performance Appraisal– Potential appraisal    
and development – Feedback and Performance Counselling –    
Career Planning – Training and Development – Rewards –    
Employee Welfare.   Motivation,   Morale   and Incentives:    
Theories of Motivation; How Managers Motivate; Concept    
of Morale; Factors determining morale; Role of Incentives in    
Building      up     Morale.      Communication:     Steps                       in      the    
Communication Process; Communication Channels; Oral    
versus Written Communication; Verbal versus non-verbal    
Communication;        upward,         downward         and                                          lateral    
communication;     Barriers     to     Communication,                                     Role            of    
Information Technology.    
Part-VI Computer Literacy 01 mark per 5questions
Characteristics      of     Computers,     Computer                                   Organisation question  
including     RAM,      ROM,     File     System,     Input                        Devices,    
Computer Software-Relationship between  Hardware   and    
Software, Operating System, MS-Office (exposure of Word,    
Excel/spread sheet, Power  point), Information Technology    
and Society-Indian IT Act, Digital Signatures, Application of    
information technology in Government for E-Governance,    
mobile/Smartphone’s, Information Kiosks    
Part-VII:

(a) Administration, Establishment & Finance

   
-CCS (CCA) Rules

-CCS (Conduct) Rules

-CCS (Leave) Rules

-Fundamental & Supplementary Rules

-Pension Rules and New Pension Scheme

-Medical Attendance Rules

-Provident Fund Rules

 

 

 

01 mark per question

 

5 questions

5 questions

5 questions

5 questions

5 questions

5 questions

5 questions

Interview: 100 Marks

Weightage of Written/Online Computer Based Test and Interview – 85:15

Assistant Commissioner (Finance)

(Scheme & Syllabus for Direct Recruitment)

Test Duration 03 hours
Total Questions 180 Objective type multiple choice questions
Total Marks 180 Marks
Section name (Nature of Questions) Marks per item No. of items
Part-I : Reasoning Ability

Analogies – Semantic Analogy, Symbolic/Number Analogy, Figural Analogy, Similarities and differences, word building, relationship concepts, Arithmetic number series, – Semantic Series, Number Series, Coding and decoding – Small & Capital letters/numbers coding, decoding and classification, Figure series, Venn Diagram

01 mark per question 30questions
Part-II : General English

Comprehension, One word substitution, Synonyms and Antonyms, Spelling error, Spotting error in sentences, Grammar – Noun, Pronoun, Adjective, Verb, Preposition, Conjunction, Use of ‘A’, ‘AN’ and ‘THE’, Idioms and Phrases

01 mark per question 20 questions
Part-III : General Knowledge

Indian History, Indian Geography, Indian Economy, Scientific Research, awards, Sports, Current affairs-India & World

01 mark per question 20 questions
Part-IV: Financial Administration

·    Maintenance of Cash Book

·    System and operation of PFMS

·    Functioning of GEM

·    Procurement of Goods and Services

·    Preparation of Bank Reconciliation Statement

·    Posting of Ledger Accounts

·    Preparation of Trial Balance and Final Accounts

·    Principles of Auditing

·    General Financial rules related to Purchase of general stores/services and awards to contract etc.

·    Fundamental Rules and Supplementary Rules

·    CCS (Pension) Rules

·    T.A.Rules

·    Medical Attendance Rules

·    Provident Fund Rules Delegation of Financial Power etc.

01 mark per question 60 questions
Part –V: Computer Literacy

Characteristics of Computers, Computer Organisation including RAM, ROM, File System, Input Devices, Computer Software-Relationship between Hardware and Software, Operating System, MS-Office (exposure of Word, Excel/spread sheet, Power point), Information Technology and Society-Indian IT Act, Digital Signatures, Application of information technology in Government for E-Governance, mobile/Smartphone’s, Information

01 mark per question 20 questions

 

Part-VI : Management Aptitude    
Management:    its    nature    and    scope;    The                                Management 01 mark per 20 questions
Processes; Planning, Organisation, Staffing, Directing and question  
Controlling; The Role of a Manager in an Organisation.    
Leadership: The Tasks of a Leader; Leadership Styles;    
Leadership Theories; A successful Leader versus an effective    
Leader. Human Resource Development: Concept of HRD;    
Goals of HRD; Performance Appraisal – Potential appraisal    
and development – Feedback and Performance Counselling –    
Career Planning – Training and Development – Rewards –    
Employee Welfare.   Motivation,   Morale   and   Incentives:    
Theories of Motivation; How Managers Motivate; Concept of    
Morale; Factors determining morale; Role of Incentives in    
Building      up     Morale.      Communication:     Steps                       in      the    
Communication Process; Communication Channels; Oral    
versus Written Communication; Verbal versus non-verbal    
Communication;        upward,         downward         and                                          lateral    
communication;     Barriers     to     Communication,                                      Role            of    
Information Technology. Types and Affiliation of schools in    
India, KVS, NVS, Sainik Schools, Concerns for ‘quality’ and    
equity, NCTE, NCERT, NIOS, Boards of Education etc.    
Part     VII:     Awareness    about             School                        Education, Examination Board and its Administration etc.

·    Constitutional context

01 mark per question  

10questions

·    The system and its structures –KVS, NVS, Sainik schools,    
Management, and public participation, NCTE, NCERT,    
NIOS, Boards of Education etc.    

Interview: 100 Marks

Weightage of Written/Online Computer Based Test and Interview – 85:15

Office Superintendent (Finance)

(Scheme & Syllabus for Direct Recruitment)

Test Duration 03 hours
Total Questions 160 Objective type multiple choice questions
Total Marks 160 Marks
Section name (Nature of Questions) Marks

per item

No. of items
Part-I : Language

 

1.   General English

Comprehension, One word substitution, Synonyms and Antonyms, Spelling error, Spotting error in sentences, Grammar- Noun, Pronoun, Adjective, Verb, Preposition, Conjunction, Use of ‘A’, ‘AN’ and ‘THE’, Idioms and Phrases

 

2.General Hindi

त सम ,त व,पया यवाची ,fवलोम, मुहावरे और लोकोfNयाँ,शु , अशु  वा य,संिध-fवǔछेद,  अलंकारऔर समास,  वचन ,  िलंग,

अनेकाथ और वा य के िलए एक श द

 

 

 

01 mark per question

 

 

 

10 questions

 

 

01 mark per question

 

 

10 questions

Part-II: General Awareness & Computer    
1. General Knowledge

Indian History, Indian Geography, Indian Economy, Indian Polity & Constitution, Scientific Research, awards, Sports, Current affairs-India & World

 

01 mark per question

 

10 questions

2. Logical Reasoning    
Analogies – Semantic Analogy, Symbolic/Number Analogy, Figural Analogy, Similarities and differences, word building, relationship concepts, Arithmetic number series, – Semantic Series, Number Series, Coding and decoding – Small & Capital letters/numbers coding, decoding and classification  

01 mark per question

 

10 questions

3. Computer Literacy

Characteristics of Computers, Computer Organisation including RAM, ROM, File System, Input Devices, Computer Software- Relationship between Hardware and Software, Operating System, MS-Office (exposure of Word, Excel/spread sheet, Power point), Information Technology and Society-Indian IT Act, Digital Signatures, Application of information technology in Government for E-Governance, mobile/Smartphone’s, Information Kiosks

 

 

 

 

01 mark per question

 

 

 

 

10questions

 

Part-III: Financial Administration

-Maintenance of Cash Book

-Preparation of bank reconciliation statement

-Posting of ledger accounts

   

5 questions

5 questions

5 questions

-Preparation of Trial balance and final accounts

-Principles of auditing

  5 questions

10 questions

-General Financial Rules, 2017 – related to purchase of 01 mark per 25 questions
general stores/services and award of contract etc, Income tax and GST

-Fundamental Rules and Supplementary Rules

-CCS (Pension) Rules & New Pension Scheme

-TA Rules & LTC Rules

question  

 

20 questions

10 questions

5 questions

-Medical attendance Rules

-Provident Fund Rules

  5 questions

5 questions

-Delegation of Financial power   10 questions

Skill Test

Computer Proficiency Test

MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, MS Power Point, Internet and Tally

Accounting

100 marks Qualifying in nature.

Interview – 60 Marks

Weightage of Written/Online Computer Based Test and Interview – 85:15

STENOGRAPHER Grade-1

(Scheme & Syllabus for Direct Recruitment)

Test Duration 02 hours
Total Questions 100 Objective type multiple choice questions
Total Marks 100 Marks
Section name (Nature of Questions) Marks per

item

No. of

items

Part-I: Language 01 mark per question 15

questions

General English    
One-word substitution, Synonyms and Antonyms, Spelling    
error, Spotting error in sentences, Grammar- Noun, Pronoun,    
Adjective, Verb, Preposition, Conjunction, Use of ‘A’, ‘AN’    
and ‘THE’, Idioms and Phrases    
-General Hindi

· त सम, त व

·    पया यवाची ,fवलोम,

· मुहावरे और लोकोfNयाँ,

· शु ,- अशु वा य,

·    संिध-fवǔछेद,

·    अलंकारऔर समास,

 

01 mark per question

 

10

questions

 

·    वचन , िलंग,

·    अनेकाथ और वा य के िलए एक श द

·  गhांश आध रत   

   
Part-II: General Knowledge, Current Affairs and General Awareness about the Environment (Bilingual)

·      Current Affairs

·      Authors

·      Budget

·      Indian Economy

·      General Knowledge

·      Book

·      History

·      International & National Organizations

·      Abbreviations

·      Environment

·      Geography

·      General Science

·      Awards

01 mark per question 30 questions
Part-III: Reasoning & Mathematical Ability (Bilingual)

·     Puzzles

·     Non-Verbal Reasoning

·     Verbal Reasoning

·     Logical Reasoning

·     Data Sufficiency

·     Data Interpretation

·     Analytical Reasoning

01 mark per question  

25 questions

Part-IV: Basic Computer Knowledge

 

·        Basics of computer

·        MS Office

·        Typing

·        Internet Usage

·        Uses of Computer

·        Computer Tools

·        Website Surfing

·        History of Computer

01 mark per question  

10questions

Part V: Awareness about School Education, Examination Board and its Administration etc.

·        Constitutional context

·        The system and its structures –KVS, NVS, Sainik schools, Management, and public participation, NCTE, NCERT, NIOS, Boards of Education etc.

01 mark per question  

10questions

Skill Test

Shorthand: Dictation: 10 minutes @ 100 w.p.m. in English 50 marks  

 

Qualifying in nature.

Typing Test

Typing Test only on computer Net typing speed. English – 45

w.p.m. (50 Minutes)

50 marks
Computer Proficiency Test

MS Word, MS Excel,

MS Access, MS Power Point, and Internet.

100 marks  

 

  • The candidates are required to qualify shorthand and typing test and secure minimum 40% marks in Computer Proficiency
  • There will be no interview for the post of Stenographer Grade-I

Stenographer Grade-II

(Scheme & Syllabus for Direct Recruitment)

Test Duration 02 hours
Total Questions 100Objective type multiple choice questions
Total Marks 100 Marks
Section name (Nature of Questions) Marks per

item

No. Of items
Part-I : Language Proficiency Test General English

Comprehension, One word substitution, Synonyms and Antonyms, Spelling error, Spotting error in sentences, Grammar- Noun, Pronoun, Adjective, Verb, Preposition, Conjunction, Use of ‘A’, ‘AN’ and ‘THE’, Idioms and Phrases General Hindi

ग ांश  आधाhरत    ,  त सम ,त व,पया यवाची ,   fवलोम,

मुहावरे  और  लोकोfNयाँ,   शु   अशु   वा य,   संिध-fवǔछेद,

01 mark per question

 

 

 

 

01 mark per question

20

questions

 

 

 

 

20

questions

अलंकारऔर समास,  वचन,  िलंग,  अनेकाथ और वा य के िलए    
एक श द    
Part-II: General Awareness & Computer Literacy General Knowledge

(i) Indian History, Indian Geography, Indian Economy, Indian Polity & Constitution, Scientific Research, awards, Sports, Current affairs-India & World

Logical Reasoning

(ii)       Analogies     –     Semantic    Analogy,                         Symbolic/Number

 

 

01 mark per question

 

 

15

questions

 

Analogy, Figural Analogy, Similarities and differences, word building, relationship concepts, Arithmetic number series, – Semantic Series, Number Series, Coding and decoding – Small & Capital letters/numbers coding, decoding and classification  

01 mark per question

 

15

questions

 

 

 

 

15 questions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15

questions

Computer Literacy

Characteristics of Computers, Computer Organisation including RAM, ROM, File System, Input Devices, Computer Software-Relationship between Hardware and Software, Operating System, MS-Office (exposure of Word, Excel/spread sheet, Power point), Information Technology and Society-Indian IT Act, Digital Signatures, Application of information technology in Government for E-Governance, mobile/Smartphone’s, Information Kiosks

 

 

01 mark per question

Quantitative Aptitude

Number System, Time and Work, Averages, Percentages, Profit and loss, Ratio and Proportions, Simple and Compound Interest, Time and Distance

 

01 mark per question

Skill Test

Shorthand: Dictation: 10 minutes

English –@ 80 w.p.m.

Hindi –@ 80 w.p.m.

50 marks Qualifying in nature.
Transcription / Typing Test Typing Test only on computer Net typing speed. English – 40

w.p.m. or Hindi  – 35 w.p.m.

English – 50 minutes (Eng.)

Hindi – 65 minutes (Hindi)

50 marks
Computer Proficiency Test

MS Word, MS Excel,

MS Access, MS Power Point, and Internet.

100 marks

 

  • The candidates are required to qualify shorthand and typing test and secure minimum 40% marks in Computer Proficiency
  • There will be no interview for the post of Stenographer Grade-II

Office Assistant

(Scheme & Syllabus for Direct Recruitment)

Test Duration 03 hours
Total Questions 160 Objective type multiple choice questions
Total Marks 160 Marks
Section name (Nature of Questions) Marks               per

item

No. Of items
Part-I : Language (20 questions) General English

One-word substitution, Synonyms and Antonyms, Spelling error, Spotting error in sentences, Grammar- Noun, Pronoun, Adjective, Verb, Preposition, Conjunction, Use of ‘A’, ‘AN’ and ‘THE’, Idioms and Phrases

General Hindi

·    त सम, त व

·    पया यवाची ,fवलोम,

· मुहावरे और लोकोfNयाँ,

· शु ,- अशु वा य,

·    संिध-fवǔछेद,

·    अलंकारऔर समास,

·    वचन , िलंग,

·    अनेकाथ और वा य के िलए एक श द

·  गhांश आध रत   

 

01 mark per question

 

 

 

 

 

01 mark per question

 

10 questions

 

 

 

 

 

 

10 questions

Part-II: General Awareness & Computer Literacy (30 questions)  

01 mark per question

 

 

 

 

 

 

01 mark per question

 

 

 

 

 

01 mark per question

 

10 questions

General Knowledge

Indian History, Indian Geography, Indian Economy, Indian Polity & Constitution, Scientific Research, awards, Sports, Current affairs-India & World

 
Logical Reasoning

Analogies – Semantic Analogy, Symbolic/ Number Analogy, Figural Analogy, Similarities and differences, word building, relationship concepts, Arithmetic number series, – Semantic Series, Number Series, Coding and decoding – Small & Capital letters/numbers coding, decoding and classification Computer Literacy

Characteristics of Computers, Computer Organisation including RAM, ROM, File System, Input Devices, Computer Software- Relationship between Hardware and Software, Operating System, MS-Office (exposure of Word, Excel/spread sheet, Power point),

Information   Technology   and   Society-Indian   IT   Act,   Digital

 

 

10 questions

 

 

 

 

 

 

10 questions

 

Signatures, Application of information technology in Government for E-Governance, mobile/Smartphone’s, Information Kiosks    
Part-III:    

 

15 questions

15 questions

10 questions 20questions 10 questions

10 questions

10 questions

 

 

10 questions 10questions

(a) Administration, Establishment& Finance (90questions)  
-CCS (CCA) Rules

-CCS (Conduct) Rules

-CCS (Leave) Rules

 

01 mark per question

-Fundamental & Supplementary Rules  
-Pension Rules and New Pension Scheme  
-Medical Attendance Rules  
-Provident Fund Rules  
(b) Comprehension (20questions)  
-English

-Hindi

01 mark per question

Skill Test

Computer Proficiency Test

MS Word, MS Excel,

MS Access, MS Power Point, and Internet.

100 marks Qualifying in nature.

 

  • There will be no interview for the post of Office Assistant.
  • The candidates are required to secure minimum 40% marks in Computer Proficienc

Multitasking Staff

(Scheme & Syllabus for Direct Recruitment)

Test Duration 02 hours
Total Questions 50 Objective type multiple choice questions

 

Total Marks 50 Marks
Section name (Nature of Questions) Marks per

item

No. of items
A. WRITTEN EXAMINATION    
Sections Section name Marks per item Total Marks
Part-1 General English

a.      Spot the error

b.     Fill in the blanks

c.      Synonyms/ Homonyms

d.     Antonyms

e.      Spellings

f.      Detecting Mis‐spelt words

g.     Idioms and phrases

h.     One-word substitutions

i.       Improvement

j.       Shuffling of sentence parts

k.     Shuffling of Sentences in a passage

l.       Close passage

m.    Comprehension passage

1 mark each 10 Marks
Part-2 General Awareness

a.      Indian Constitution

b.     Awards and Honors

c.      Books

d.     Culture

e.      General Politics

f.      Current events

g.     Economic Scene

h.     Geography

i.       History

j.       Sports and Games.

1 mark each 10 Marks
Part-3 Numerical Ability

a.      Number Systems

b.     Computation of Whole Numbers

c.      Decimals and Fractions

d.     The relationship between Numbers

e.      Fundamental arithmetical operations

f.      Percentages

g.     Ratio and Proportion

h.     Averages

i.       Interest

j.       Profit and Loss

k.     Discount

1 mark each 10 Marks

 

l.       Use of Tables and Graphs

m.    Mensuration

n.     Time and Distance

o.     Ratio and Time

p.     Time and Work.

   
Part-4 General Intelligence

a.      Similarities and Differences

b.     Analysis

c.      Space Visualization

d.     Decision Making

e.      Problem Solving

f.      Observation

g.     Judgment

h.     Figure Classification

i.       Visual Memory

j.       Number Series

k.     Relationship Concepts

l.       Non‐Verbal Series

m.    Arithmetical Computation

n.     Analytical Functions

1 mark each 20 Marks
Total 50 50 Marks

Descriptive Test

Short Essay/Letter in English or any Language included in 8th Schedule of the Constitution 50 Marks 30 Minutes

There will be no interview for the post of MTS.

Paper-II will be of descriptive type in which the candidate will be required to write a short essay or letter in English or any language included in the VIII Schedule of the Constitution.

Paper-II will only be of qualifying in nature and is intended to test elementary language skills in view of categorization of the post as Group-C and in view of job requirements. However, marks scored by the candidates in Paper-II will be used to decide merit in case more than one candidate score equal normalized marks in Paper-I.

Paper-II will be held only for those candidates who meet the cut-off prescribed by the Commission in Paper-I for different categories.

Note-1: The posts requires the candidate(s) to undergo Skill Test/Final Stage, 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.

Note-2: The provisional merit list for the post of Stenographer Grade-I/II, Office Assistant shall be drawn on the basis of marks scored in CBT/written exam (stage-I) only for the candidates who havesuccessfully qualified the skill test.

Note-3: The NESTS reserves the right to increase/decrease the shortlisting Criteria/Cut off marks for second stage/final stage/skill test/interview as the case may be.

Schedule of examination will be intimated with the Admit Card. Detailed examination schedule will also be notified on Ministry of Tribal Affairs website in due course.

Based on the performance in Computer Based Test/Examination and also keeping in view the number of vacancies, the candidates will be called for skill test/interview wherever applicable. Intimation to this effect will be uploaded on the Ministry of Tribal Affairs website in due course. Candidates are required to check the website from time to time. Taking into account the performance of both Computer Based Test/Examination and interview, merit list will be prepared in case of Assistant Commissioner (Admin), Assistant Commissioner (Finance) and Office Superintendent (Finance). There will be a skill test/Computer Proficiency test / descriptive paper for the post of Stenographer Grade I, Stenographer Grade II, Office Assistant and MTS based on the performance of the candidates in Computer Based Test/Examination. The mode of selection will be the sole discretion of NESTS and subject to change.

8.  MODE OF SELECTION

  1. The mode of selection will be decided by the There may be Computer Based Test/Examination followed by Skill Test and/or interview of the eligible candidates. Candidates will be selected on the basis of their performance put together in Computer Based Test/Examination, skill test and interview wherever applicable. The NESTS reserves the right to decide the cut off marks in Computer Based Test/Examination and interview wherever applicable separately. The decision of the NESTS about the mode of selection to the above posts and eligibility conditions of the applicants for interview shall be final and binding. No correspondence will be entertained in this regard.
  2. PWD Candidates with disability of 40% or more, if they need Scribe, will have to bring their own scribe to assist them in the examination. There is no restriction with regard to educational Qualification or age for the scribe. Compensatory Time to be allowed for all candidates with disability of 40% or more is 20 minutes per hour of examination. Question Papers and Answer Sheets will not be provided in Braille.

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