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Maharashtra Gramin Dak Sevak Syllabus 2021

Maharashtra Gramin Dak Sevak Syllabus 2021 , Gramin Dak Sevak Syllabus 2021 Maharashtra Postal Circle Syllabus 2021Maharashtra Post Office declared the notification for the recruitment of 3650 Gramin Dak Sevak posts. The Department of Maharashtra Post Office is going to hire talented candidates for the Gramin dak Sevak. We hope you are enjoying this post office recruitment for Maharashtra free job alert. Please continue reading for more details like syllabus, subjects, exam pattern, and more related to Maharashtra postal circle recruitment. Visit the Sarkari exam for many other similar job notifications and details.

Maharashtra Postal Circle Syllabus 2021 Details

Interested candidates may keep continuing to read the important details given below for their Maharashtra Postal Circle Syllabus 2021 preparation and application.

 

Conducting Authority

Maharashtra Postal Circle

Job Type

State Government

Job Name

Gramin Dak Sevak (GDS)

Category

Sarkari Syllabus

Number of Vacancies

3650

Work Location

Maharashtra

Official Website

maharashtrapost.gov.in

Age Limit

18-40 years

Maharashtra Postal Circle Syllabus Exam Pattern

Following are the marks assigned for each subject.

S.No.

Subject

Marks per subject

No. of questions per subject

1.

General knowledge and reasoning

25

25

2.

English

25

25

3.

Regional language

25

25

4.

Mathematics

25

25

·        The duration of the exam will be 120 minutes, i.e, 2 hours

·        The questions will be of objective type.

·        Every subject will have 25 questions.

·        Each question will carry 1 mark.

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Maharashtra Postal Circle Syllabus 2021

The detailed Maharashtra Postal Circle Syllabus 2021 is given below:

General Knowledge

·        General Science.

·        General Polity and Constitution of India.

·        Reasoning and analytical ability of the 10th standard.

·        Indian history.

·        Economics.

·        Geography.

·        Culture and sports.

·        Current affairs.

·        Culture and sports.

·        Freedom struggle.

English Syllabus

·        Sentence Completion.

·        Spelling Test.

·        Sentence Arrangement.

·        Error Correction (Underlined Part).

·        Transformation.

·        Passage Completion.

·        Prepositions.

·        Sentence Improvement.

·        Spotting Errors.

·        Antonyms.

·        Active and Passive Voice.

·        Para Completion.

·        Idioms and Phrases.

·        Substitution.

·        Joining Sentences.

·        Synonyms.

·        Error Correction (Phrase in Bold).

·        Fill in the blanks.

Aptitude Syllabus

·        Pipes and Cisterns.

·        Time and Work.

·        Partnership.

·        Problems on L.C.M and H.C.F.

·        Compound Interest.

·        Numbers and Ages.

·        Probability.

·        Problems on Trains.

·        Averages.

·        Percentages.

·        Volumes.

·        Races and Games.

·        Permutations and Combinations.

·        Quadratic Equations.

·        Time and Distance.

·        Areas.

·        Ratio and Proportion.

·        Problems on Numbers.

·        Odd Man Out.

·        Simple Interest.

·        Mixtures and Allegations.

·        Simple Equations.

·        Mensuration.

·        Boats and Streams.

·        Profit and Loss.

·        Indices and Surds.

·        Simplification and Approximation.

Reasoning Syllabus

·        Analogies.

·        Similarities And Differences.

·        Space Visualization.

·        Spatial Orientation.

·        Problem Solving.

·        Analysis.

·        Judgment.

·        Decision Making.

·        Visual Memory.

·        Discrimination.

·        Observation.

·        Relationship Concepts.

·        Arithmetical Reasoning And Figural Classification.

·        Arithmetic Number Series.

·        Non-Verbal Series.

·        Coding And Decoding.

·        Statement-Conclusion.

·        Syllogistic Reasoning.

 

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