DC office Shimla Driver Exam Syllabus

 DC office Shimla Driver Exam Syllabus 

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DC office Shimla Driver Exam Syllabus


WRITTEN OBJECTIVE TYPE EXAMINATION/DRIVING SKILL TEST/EVALUATION: - 1. There will be written objective type examination (MCQ). Marks obtained in written objective type Examination (MCQ) shall be counted for deciding the merit of candidate. The selection of candidate in written objective test subject to passing of Driving skill test, which is qualifying in nature. Final selection of candidate will be made on the basis of marks obtained in the written objective type examination; passing the driving skill test and evaluation based on the parameters devised by the Department of Personnel vide its Notification No. Per (AP.B)B(15)- 5/2014 dated 17-04-2017 as detailed below:

(i) Written objective type examination = 85 marks.

 (ii) Driving Skill Test: = Qualifying Nature

 (iii) Evaluation: = 15Marks[Evaluation of application of 15 marks will be as per parameters devised by DoP vide Notification No. Per (AP. B) B (15) - 5/ 2014 dated 17. 04. 2017. 

Total = 100 Marks

2. Candidates in the ratio of 20 times of total posts will be declared qualified in the written objective type Examination (MCQ) and will be called for driving skill test.

DC office Shimla Driver Exam Syllabus 

A. The syllabus for Written Examination (Objective Type) will be as under: 

1. Objective type questions (MCQ) of syllabus related to post: 50 Marks 

2. Objective type questions of Hindi & English of 10th standard: 20 Marks

 3. Objective type questions related to HP GK & Current Affairs: 15 Marks

Total = 85 Marks

Duration of Examination= 1 ½ hrs. (90 minutes) 

B. Driving skill test is of qualifying nature for those who qualify written objective type examination. Only the candidates who will qualify the driving skill test will be called for evaluation in pursuance to Notification No. Per (AP. B) B (15)- 5/ 2014 dated 17. 04. 2017 issued by the Department of Personnel, Govt. of H.P. The final merit will be based on marks obtained in the written exam. as per l(i) and marks obtained in evaluation as per 1 (iii).

 3. The candidates are required to score at least 1/3rd marks of the total marks of written examination as shown above in Point 1 (i). 

4. There will be no negative marking in written examination



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