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ESIC UDC, MTS, Steno Syllabus 2016 - ESIC Syllabus and Exam Pattern

ESIC UDC, MTS, Steno Syllabus 2016 - ESIC Syllabus and Exam pattern
Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) is going to conduct UDC, MTS, Steno Exam. The selection for these posts consists of written exam for which the prescribed syllabus is given here. 

ESIC Syllabus 2016 and Exam Pattern

Those candidates who want to qualify this test will have to prepare better. The preparation should be done as per the official syllabus for the exam which is given below. Here you can check the exam pattern and official syllabus of ESIC UDC, MTS, Steno exam.
ESIC Exam pattern:
The written test will consist of one paper containing 02 subjects/sections. The test will be of Objective Type.
  • Total No. of questions : 200
  • Total Marks: 200
  • Negative marking : 0.25 mark.

1. For Stenographer posts:
The level of difficulty will be as the educational qualification prescribed for the post.
Time: 02 Hours
Note- In case of Visually Handicapped candidates
02 Hours 40 Minutes (10.00 AM to 12.40 PM).'

There will be 2 sections / subjects having 100 question each:
(i) General English
(ii) General Awareness

PART - II STENOGRAPHY TEST
Stenography test of Qualifying Nature for 10 minutes with a speed of 80 words per minute in English or Hindi and
transcription of the same on computer for one hour. If the candidates do not indicate the medium of Stenography
Test in the application form, ESIC will consider English as the medium of Stenography Test for such candidates.
There is no exemption from Skill Test in Stenography for any category of candidates.
Note- VH candidate will be required to transcribe the matter in 85 minutes for English Shorthand or in 95 minutes
for Hindi Shorthand for the post of Stenographer.

PART - III COMPUTER SKILL TEST/OBJECTIVE TYPE TEST TO ASSESS WORKING KNOWLEDGE OF COMPUTERS IN
CASE OF CANDIDATES UNABLE TO TYPE DUE TO THEIR PHYSICAL DISABILITY
The candidates will have to appear for Computer Skill Test of Qualifying Nature either in English or in Hindi language as
such they are advised to opt for the medium of examination carefully for Computer Skill Test in the application form. The
Computer Skill Test shall comprise of following three parts:
Part A Preparation of two Power Point Presentations/Slides on MS-Power Point - 10 Marks.
Part B Typing a letter/passage/paragraph of about 150-200 words in MS-Word - 20 Marks.
Part C Preparation of Table/Database in MS-Excel - 20 Marks.
The total marks of the Computer Skill Test shall be 50 (fifty) with duration of 30 minutes for completing all the three
parts. The candidates shall be given the text/matter in the Question Paper which they have to type/reproduce in the
Answer Sheet including formatting of text and use of formulae etc. as per instruction given in the Question Paper.

2. For UDC Posts:
Questions will be asked from 4 subjects:
(i) Numerical Ability
(ii) English Language
(iii) General Intelligence
(iv) General Awareness

The candidates will have to appear for Computer Skill Test of Qualifying Nature either in English or in Hindi language as
such they are advised to opt for the medium of examination carefully for Computer Skill Test in the application form. 

The
Computer Skill Test is same as above.

3. For MTS Posts:
Same scheme as for UDC written exam given above.


ESIC UDC, MTS, Steno Syllabus 2016

Here is the syllabus of All the sections.
1. ESIC Syllabus for General English/English Language:
Spot the error.
Fill in the blanks.
Synonyms/ Homonyms.
Antonyms.
Spellings.
Detecting Mis‐spelt words.
Idioms and phrases.
One word substitutions.
Improvement.
Shuffling of sentence parts.
Shuffling of Sentences in a passage.
Cloze passage.
Comprehension passage.

2. ESIC Syllabus for General Awareness:
Indian Constitution.
Awards and Honors.
Books.
Culture.
General Politics.
Current events.
Economic Scene.
Geography.
History.
Sports and Games.

3. ESIC Syllabus for Numerical Ability:
Number Systems.
Computation of Whole Numbers.
Decimals and Fractions.
The relationship between Numbers.
Fundamental arithmetical operations.
Percentages.
Ratio and Proportion.
Averages.
Interest.
Profit and Loss.
Discount.
Use of Tables and Graphs.
Mensuration.
Time and Distance.
Ratio and Time.
Time and Work.

4. ESIC Syllabus for General Intelligence
Similarities and Differences.
Analysis.
Space Visualization.
Decision Making.
Problem Solving.
Observation.
Judgment.
Figure Classification.
Visual Memory.
Number Series.
Relationship Concepts.
Non‐Verbal Series.
Arithmetical Computation.
Analytical Functions etc.

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