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Organisation : West Bengal Staff Selection Commission
Announcement : Download Admit Card
Designation : Krishi Prayukti Sahayak – KPS 2016
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Date of Exam : 18th December, 2016
Related : WBSSC SLST 2016 Download Admit Card Assistant Teacher : www.indianin.in/704.html
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Scheme of Recruitment:
(i) Candidates shall have to appear at a Written Examination of 150 marks
(Part – I: 120 Marks and Part – II: 30 Marks) , Duration of the written examination will be 90 minutes.
(ii) Part – I will consist of Multiple Choice Objective Type Questions. There will be 120 questions, carrying 1 mark each. There will be negative marking of 0.25 mark for each wrong answer.
(iii) Part – II will consist of a single descriptive type question (writing of a Précis from a given English passage).
NOTE I: Candidates have to mark answers in respect of Multiple Choice Objective Type Questions of Part – I in one side of OMR Answer Script, whereas they shall have to write the descriptive question pertaining to Part – II on the reverse side of the OMR in the space allocated for that purpose.
(iv) Answer scripts of Part – II will be evaluated only for those candidates, who will be shortlisted, Category – wise, by the Commission on the basis of marks obtained by them in Part – I .
(v) Final merit list for written examination will be prepared by aggregating marks of Part – I and Part – II.
NOTE II: Candidates must secure qualifying marks fixed by the Commission in the Part I and Part – II.
NOTE III: Qualifying marks fixed for Part – II will be as the following:-
For Unreserved Candidates / BC A / BC B Category: 10Marks
For Candidates belonging to SC Category: 7 Marks
For Candidates belonging to ST Category: 5 Marks
Final Merit list will be prepared on the basis of total marks obtained by the candidates in Written Examination (150 marks) and Interview (15 marks).