MGVCL Junior Assistant Exam Syllabus Details Paper Pattern For Vidyut Sahayak

Madhya Gujarat Vij Company Limited (MGVCL) Vidyut Sahayak (Junior Assistant) recruitment is being done by the written exam. The applicants for the exam need to know the exam scheme/ pattern & syllabus. Preparing for the examination, involves a first step which is the knowledge of the exam syllabus. The topics have to be studied in the proper way so as to overcome the competitive level of the exam. Following are the details mentioned for MGVCL Junior Assistant Exam Pattern & Syllabus.

MGVCL Exam Pattern for Junior Assistant:

Written Exam= 60% Objective type question +  40% Descriptive type question

The applicants need to note that it is important to have the knowledge of Computer operation and languages (Gujarati and English) as mandatory part.

The subjects which are the part of the exam along with their weightage are-

  • General Knowledge- 20%
  • English Language- 20%
  • Analytical & Logical Reasoning- 20%
  • Computer Knowledge- 20%
  • Maths & General Science- 20%

MGVCL Junior Assistant Syllabus: The topic wise details for the exam are discussed and the preparations can be done accordingly.

General Knowledge: The questions will be asked from the general concepts which will include the subjects such as- History, Geography and Socio Economic development of Himachal Pradesh. More on this part, the candidates need to know the current affairs/ events of National and International importance. The everyday observations and experiences in their society/ surroundings and scientific aspects need to be known as the questions are asked from these. Modern History (From 1857 onwards) of India, Indian Polity, Indian Economy, Geography of India, Indian culture are the part of questions in the exam.

English Language: English is the need of the hour language and so the candidates are expected to know the basics of English. The questions will be made so as to check the knowledge of English which includes-

  • Error Spotting
  • Fill in the Blanks
  • Vocabulary-Synonyms/Homonyms, Antonyms
  • One word substitution
  • Shuffling of various parts of Sentence
  • Spellings/Detecting Mis-spelt words
  • Direct/Indirect narration
  • Cloze Passage
  • Comprehension Passage
  • Idioms & Phrases
  • Active/Passive Voice of Verbs

Analytical & Logical Reasoning: In this section, the questions will be asked from both verbal reasoning & non- verbal reasoning part. The questions will be all designed to check the skills of the candidate in solving the problems. The questions will be designed based on-

  • Visual memory
  • Relationship concept
  • Figure classification
  • Judgment
  • Decision making
  • Odd Man series
  • Arithmetical number series
  • Problem solving
  • Pattern matching
  • Analogues
  • Similarities and differences
  • Space visualization
  • Analysis of words & sentences
  • Comprehension of the sentences
  • Coding & Decoding

Computer Knowledge: The questions will be comprised of- Computer Fundamentals, MS-Windows, MS-Office which includes all features such as Word Processing (MS-Word), MS Access, Presentation Knowledge (MS-Power Point), Spread Sheet (MS-Excel) and Usage of Internet Services, some basics of Networking Concepts. The basics of the topics are to be studied for the exam.

Maths & General Science: When talking of mathematical part the syllabus will include the topics-

  • C.M. & H.C.F. (Problems on Numbers)
  • Simplification
  • Decimals
  • Fractions
  • Simple & Compound Interest
  • Mensuration
  • Problems on Trains
  • Time & Work
  • Time & Distance
  • Tables & Graphs
  • Ratio & Proportion
  • Percentage
  • Average
  • Profit & Loss
  • Discount

General Science will contain the questions which are from Physics & Chemistry. The basic concepts should be in knowledge of every candidate. The physics involves the topics such as Universe, General Scientific Laws, Scientific Instruments, Electricity and magnetism, Heat, Light and sound, Atomic and Nuclear physics, Solid state Physics, National Scientific laboratories, Science glossary, Spectroscopy, Geophysics, Physical quantities, standards and units, Force, Motion and energy. Chemistry will include the topics such as Elements and Compounds, nitrogen and their compounds, Fertilizers, pesticides, insecticides, Electrochemistry, Polymers and plastics, Oxidation and reduction, Chemistry of Ores and Metals, Carbon, Acids, bases and salts

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