IOF, OFB, BHEL Apprentice Syllabus & Exam Date 2015 – Download :- Hello dear students the OFB has recently released the the Trade Apprentice recruitment for the year 2015 for the different states which namely are Chandigarh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Orissa, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, West Bengal. The candidates can go to the official website that is www.ofbindia.gov.in for the further notifications. but we have also provided the IOF, OFB, BHEL Apprentice Online Application Form 2015 – Download in similar post at our website. Now we are here IOF, OFB, BHEL Apprentice Syllabus & Exam Date 2015 – Download which will help the candidates to get a better idea about the exam pattern and syllabus. The notification of exam dates will soon be published on our website , so candidates can pinterest or bookmark our website for latest updates. The last date to fill the online application formis 28-02-2015. IOF, OFB, BHEL Apprentice Syllabus & Exam Date 2015 – Download is given below.
IOF, OFB, BHEL Apprentice Syllabus & Exam Date 2015
For Non-ITI Candidates:
Written Test (One Paper of 03 hours duration)
Consists of – English, General Knowledge, Mathematics and Aptitude/Reasoning, as per Madhyamik( Class: X Standard or equivalent)
For ITI Candidates:
Written Test (One paper of 03 hours duration – consisting with 02 Parts)
PART – A: Questions on English, General Knowledge, Mathematics and Aptitude/Reasoning – approx. 40% out of total number of questions.
Questions on the group of subject trades – approx. 60% out of total number of questions.
Examination will based on ‘Multiple choice Objective Type questions’.
Candidate will be allowed to write the examination in any one of the following languages: Hindi / English / Telugu / Marathi / Tamil / Bengali / Oriya, as per his/her option in the Application form.
The candidates can also get the detailed exam Syllabus and the pattern in this web page.
Scheme of Examination:
1. for Civilian Motor Drivers
There will be an objective type multiple choice questions divided into the following three parts namely:
I Part: General Intelligence (40 Questions) 40 Marks
II Part: General English (10 Questions) 10 Marks
III Part: General Driving Awareness (50 Questions) 50 Marks
The paper will contain questions in the following languages: English, Hindi, Major Regional Languages respectively
Duration of Exam: 2 hours
Syllabus of Exam:
The candidates will be required to prepare as per the syllabus of Matriculation/ Class 10th on the subject topics as specified for this purpose
2. For Multi Tasking Staff:
There will be an objective type test having multiple choice questions on the following main topics:
Part A: General Intelligence & Reasoning (25 Questions) 25 Marks
Part B: Numerical Aptitude (25 Questions) 25 Marks
Part C: General English (50 Questions) 50 Marks
Part D: General Awareness (50 Questions) 50 Marks
Duration of Exam: 2 hours
The candidates will be penalized in the form of deduction of 0.25 marks for each wrong attempt made by them.
Syllabus of exam:
General Intelligence: Similarities and Differences; Problem Solving; Decision- Making; Arithmetic Computation; Relationship Concepts; Discriminating Observations; Non Verbal Series etc
English Language: Basics of English language; Sentence Structure; Synonyms; Vocabulary; Antonyms and Grammar based questions
Numerical Language: Number Systems; Ratio & Proportion; Tables & Graphs; Averages; Percentages; Discount; Ratio and Time; Time and Work; Profit and Loss; Decimals and Fractions
General Awareness: Culture; Indian Geography; General Polity and Indian Constitution respectively
Pattern of Ordnance Factory Recruitment Exam Pattern:
Phase I: Written Exam
Objective type and multiple choice based questions are asked from the following main topics:
Numerical Aptitude (X Standard) -40 questions (40 marks)
General Science (X Standard) -30 questions (30 marks)
General Awareness (X Standard) -30 questions (30 marks)
Duration of exam: 2 Hours
Phase II: Trade Test
The Trade Test is based on the trade for which the recruitment has been announced. For a semi skilled workman, the trade consists of the following – cleaning of floor, handling/shifting of materials, cleaning of machines etc.
The candidates will be judged on the basis of their performance in both the tests for qualifying in the concerned recruitment exam.
Stay Tuned with our Website for Latest updates on OFB Apprentice recruitment 2015. Good Luck for the future.