FTII Written Paper For Stenographer & LDC- Exam Pattern & Syllabus All Subjects

Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune recruitment for the post of Stenographer & LDC is being conducted through an written exam which has to be cleared. The applicants who all apply for the exam need to make sure that they study the full course of the exam. The applicants need to know the full scheme of the examination. So, accordingly a plan to study can be created. Because without plan it is difficult to study the exam paper and crack it. So, adhere to the plan and get into the course thoroughly.

FTII Stenographer & LDC Exam Pattern & Syllabus-

Exam Pattern: The exam paper will contain the Multiple Choice Question paper which will include-

General Knowledge, Numerical Aptitude, General Intelligence & Reasoning, General English

The paper will be of 2 Hours duration.

Exam Syllabus: The exam paper has to be studied in the best possible way so as to score the best in the exam. Below are the topics of the different sections of the paper which are to be studied.

General Knowledge: Here, the questions are asked just as to check the candidates awareness relating to surrounding world. The questions are put up from the topics such as everyday observations that happen around, applications ongoing in the society, current events of Indian & World, scientific aspects, History, Culture, Geography, Economic Scene, General Policy & Scientific Research etc.

Numerical Aptitude : The questions are asked  from averages, interest, profit & loss, computation of whole numbers, decimals, basic algebraic identities of school algebra, Bar diagram & Pie chart, fractions and relationships between numbers, percentage, time & distance, time & work etc.

General Intelligence/ Reasoning : The questions will be asked from analogies, similarities & differences, space visualization, problem solving, numerical operations, coding and decoding, relationship concepts, arithmetical reasoning and figural classification, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, number/ figural series etc.

General English : This section of paper tests the basic knowledge of candidate in English and so the questions are asked from topics- Spot the error, Fill in the blanks, synonyms, antonyms, detecting mis-spelt words, one word substitution, active/passive voice, tenses, conversion into direct/indirect narration, comprehension passage.

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