KVS LDC Syllabus and Exam Pattern 2018


KVS LDC Syllabus and Exam Pattern 2018 - KVS is an autonomous organization under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, conducts various recruitment examinations every year. These tests are for various posts that were advertised by the sangathan. Among these is the written examination for the posts or Lower Division Clerks. Many candidates appear for this test. So for those aspirants who are preparing for this exam, here we provide you Latest syllabus with exam pattern. Here is detailed syllabus as well as exam pattern for the written exam. The test is conducted for the posts of Lower Division Clerk.

KVS LDC Syllabus / Exam Pattern 2018

KVS LDC Syllabus Exam Pattern

Competition Level become very high so Competitive Exams gets too tougher. Candidates who want to know “What to prepare” and “How to prepare” for this test, here is the answer in the form of syllabus.
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KVS LDC Exam Syllabus 2018

Written Exam Details are as Follows:-
KVS Written Exam will be Multiple Choice Objective Type. The Question Paper consists of 100 Questions carrying 1 mark each. So total marks of the written test are 100. The Duration of Test is 2 Hours (120 Minutes).
The paper will have two parts.
Part I (Language Proficiency Test) : This part will have questions on two subjects General English and Hindi.
Part 1 will contain questions based on:
General English (20)
General Hindi (20)
PART – II (General Knowledge and Computer Litracy) :
(60 Marks - 60 questions)
A. General Knowledge (15)
B. Logical Reasoning (15)
C. Computer Literacy (15)
D. Quantitative Aptitude (15)

KVS LDC Practical Test Syllabus 2018

Those candidates who qualify written test will have to appear for Practical test. It is conducted to check candidate's typing ability / knowledge of computers etc.
Typing Test will carry 50 marks.
Computer proficiency check will carry 100 marks
Typing Test - Aspirants have to type the given paragraph / essay with speed of 35 w.p.m in English and/or Hindi – 30 w.p.m.