Jammu and Kashmir Services selection board conducts examination for Junior Assistant. There are around 340 seats as per the official notification. The date of examination is yet to be released by the Service Selection Board.
Candidates who have applied for the exam should have a fair idea about the JKSSB Junior Assistant Syllabus and exam pattern. This can ensure they are able to effectively attempt the exam and last-minute revisions and organized. The JKSSB Junior Assistant Syllabus consists of English, general knowledge, and Jammu and Kashmir-specific questions. The exam process consists of two stages written test and a skill test. The syllabus here is mentioned for the written test, This article will cover JKSSB Junior Assistant Syllabus in detail along with the exam pattern here.
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JKSSB Junior Assistant Syllabus
The process consists of a two-stages. The written test has multiple option-type questions from a range of topics covered below.
General Awareness with special reference to JK UT
- Editing / Proofreading.
- Rearranging of jumbled sentences
- Paragraph writing with blanks to be filled in with the following,
- Homonyms/Homophones etc.
- Synonyms and antonyms
- Idioms and phrases.
- Uses of Prepositions
- Active & Passive Voice
Current affairs, History, Geography, economics, Five Year Plans, Art and Culture. Indian Polity and Governance, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Human diseases, Famous Personalities, Games and Sports, Indian National Movement
Numerical and Reasoning Ability
Questions will be asked from analogies, similarities, and differences, spatial visualization, spatial orientation, problem-solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship concepts, arithmetic reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series, non-verbal series, coding and decoding, statement conclusion, syllogistic reasoning etc.
Simplification, Average, Percentage, Time & Work, Area, profit & Loss, Simple & Compound Interest, Time & Speed, Investment, HCF LCM, Problem On Ages, Bar Graph, Pictorial Graph, Pie Chart, and Data Interpretation etc.
Questions are also asked from basic knowledge of computers.
JKSSB Junior Assistant Exam Pattern
The written exam consists of 80 marks and the questions are objective type. Each question carries equal marks.e 1 mark. The test is conducted in pen and paper mode. There is a penalty for wrong answers that is 0.25 marks are deducted for each wrong answer. The exam pattern is illustrated below.
|Numerical and Reasoning Ability
|General Awareness with special reference to JK UT
|Basic Concepts of Computer
JKSSB Junior Assistant - Skill Test
This test carries 20 marks. Only successful candidates in stage 1 are allowed to sit for this stage. Candidates' skills with computers are tested here. They must have a typing speed of 35 words per minute.
To know more read here.
JKSSB Junior Assistant Syllabus - FAQ
Q1. What is the process for the JKSSB Junior Assistant exam?
A1. The JKSSB Junior Assistant is a two-stage process i.e.- written test and skill test.
Q2 What are the sections asked in JKSSB Junior Assistant written test?
A2. The sections asked in JKSSB Junior Assistant written test are - General English, General Awareness with special reference to JK UT, Numerical and Reasoning Ability, basic knowledge of computers.
Q3 What are the expected dates for the JKSSB Junior Assistant written test?
A3. The expected dates for the JKSSB Junior Assistant written test are in 1st week of September.
Q4 What is the typing speed in the JKSSB Junior Assistant skill test?
A4. The typing speed in the JKSSB Junior Assistant skill test is 35 words per minute.
Q5 What is the syllabus for the general awareness of the JKSSB Junior Assistant exam?
A4 The JKSSB Junior Assistant general awareness consists of -Current affairs, History, Geography, economics, Five Year Plans, Art and Culture. Indian Polity and Governance, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Human diseases, Famous Personalities, Games and Sports, Indian National Movement