Recently Employee’s State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) Published Huge Vacancy 2016 ON Upper Division Clerk (UDC) Post.
Here We are Sharing Details About ESIC UDC Exam 2016 Selection Process, Exam Details & Syllabus Question Pattern.
II. Scheme of Examination for the post of UDC
The examination shall consist of following two parts as under:
PART –I WRITTEN EXAMINATION (MULTIPLE CHOICE OBJECTIVE TYPE PAPER):
Type of Examination - Objective Type Examination
Duration of Examination- 02 Hours (10.00 AM to 12 Noon) Note- In case of Visually Handicapped candidates 02 Hours 40 Minutes (10.00 AM to 12.40 PM)
Number of questions- 50 questions in each
(i) Numerical Ability
(ii) English Language
(iii) General Intelligence
(iv) General Awareness
The questions will be set in English and Hindi Language for subject (i), (iii) & (iv). The maximum marks will be 200. The level of difficulty will be as the educational qualification of the respective post. There will be negative marking at the rate of 0.25 marks to be deducted for every wrong answer to eliminate the element of chance.
PART - II 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:
Preparation of two Power Point Presentations/Slides on MS-Power Point - 10 Marks.
Typing a letter/passage/paragraph of about 150-200 words in MS-Word - 20 Marks.
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.
This Test conducted is to assess the Essential Qualification of having working knowledge of Computer including use of office suites and databases. Hence, there will be no exemption from it for any category of candidates (including PWD). However, the working knowledge of computers in respect of PWD candidates, who are unable to type due to their disability, may be assessed by holding a written examination (objective type) comprising of questions related to computer. Such candidates who are unable to type due to their disability must mention in the relevant column of the application form appended below.
Note:- The Corporation reserves the right to admit only such number of candidates to Part-II of Upper Division Clerk Recruitment as are considered necessary by it for Computer Skill Test, based on the performance of candidates in Part-I examination.
II. MODE OF SELECTION/SELECTION CRITERIA FOR THE POST OF UDC
(a) The Final Selection for the post of UDC will be made on the basis of
(i) Part – I Written Test (Objective Type),
(ii) Part-II Computer Skill Test/Objective Type Test to assess working knowledge of Computers in
case of candidates unable to type due to their disability.
Note: The candidates for Part-II shall be shortlisted on the basis of their performance in Part-I Written Examination.
(b) The candidates will be shortlisted for Computer Skill Test in the following ratio:
No. of Vacancies
No. of Candidates to be shortlisted for Computer Skill Test
3 times the no. of vacancies
(c ) The Qualifying Marks in Paper-I – will be 40% for Unreserved (UR) Category and 35% for Reserve Categories
(SC/ST/OBC) and Sub Category (PWD/ Ex-Servicemen).
(d) The category wise candidates will be shortlisted for Part II – Computer Skill Test in the above ratio purely on the basis of their performance in PART – I (Written Examination).
(e) The Qualifying Marks in PART-II (Computer Skill Test) will be 17 Marks out of Total 50 Marks irrespective of marks obtained in each part.
(f) SC, ST, OBC and PH candidates, who are selected on their own merit without relaxed standards, will not be adjusted against the reserved share of vacancies. Such SC, ST, OBC and PH candidates will be accommodated against the general/unreserved vacancies as per their position in the overall Merit List.
(g) Success in the examination confers no right of appointment unless ESIC is satisfied after such enquiry as may be considered necessary that the candidate is suitable in all respects of appointment to the service/post.
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