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Delhi Postal Circle Postman Syllabus and Exam Pattern

Delhi Postal Circle Postman Syllabus and Exam Pattern - Check Postman / Mail Guard Exam Syllabus with Pattern : Delhi Postal Circle conducts written examination for the posts of Postman and Mail Guard. Those candidates who apply for these posts should start their preparation for the written test as the competition is tough in this exam.
Postman / Mail Guard exam syllabus along with exam pattern is given here to help candidates understand the types of questions and pattern of examination.

Delhi Postal Circle Postman Syllabus and Exam Pattern

Written test will be an objective type examination carrying 100 marks for 100 questions. Time allowed will be 2 hours.There is no negative marking for wrong answers.
Delhi Postal Circle Syllabus
There will be 4 sections in the test.
A. General knowledge - 25 questions - 25 marks
B. Numerical Ability
C. (i) English Language
(ii). Hindi Language.

Delhi Postal Circle Postman Syllabus - Delhi Postal Postman Mail Guard Syllabus
The detailed syllabus of Delhi Postal Circle Postman Mail Guard Exam of all these parts is given below.

A- General Knowledge - (25 marks with 25 questions of 1 mark each)
Topics: Geography, Indian History, Freedom Struggle, Culture & Sports, General Politics & Constitution of India, Economics, General Science , Current Affairs and Reasoning & Analytical ability of 10th standard.( 2 to 3 questions from each topic).

B- Mathematics (25 marks with 25 questions of 1 marks each)
Topics: Number systems, Computation of whole numbers, Decimals & fractions, Relationship between Numbers, Fundamental arithmetical operations, Percentage, Ratio & Proportion, Profit & loss, Simple Interest, Average, Discount, Partnership, Time & work, Time & Distance, Use of Tables & Graphs, Mensuration.( 1 to 2 questions from each topic)

C(i) – English (25 marks with 25 questions of 1 marks each)
Topics: Articles, Prepositions, conjunctions, tenses, verbs, synonyms and antonyms, vocabulary, sentence structure, Proverbs, Phrases, Questions from a small unseen passage etc (Five question from one unseen passage and 2 to 3 questions from remaining topics)

C(ii)- Hindi (25 marks with 25 questions of 1 mark each)
Topics (for Hindi): Shabd Pad, Kriya Bhed, Mishr & Sanyukt Vakya, Vakyo ka Rupantran, Swar Sandhi, Alankar, Samas, Muhavare & Lokoktiyan, Ashudh Vakya Shodhan, Apathit Gadyansh.( 5 questions from one Apathit Gadyansh and 2 to 3 questions from remaining topics)