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Sl. Group Code Specialist Discipline
1 A-1 01 Information Technology
2 A-2 02 Actuary
3 A-3 03 Accounts/CA
4 B 04 Generalists
QUALIFICATIONS
Group & Code No. Minimum Educational qualifications
Group A-1 – Code No.01 M.E./M.Tech (IT/Computer Science) / MCA (Masters in Computer Applications) / MIT (Masters in Information Technology)/ MCM (Masters in Computer Management) with 55% marks (50% for SC/ST) in aggregate or BE/B.Tech (IT/Computer Science) with 60% marks (55% for SC/ST) from recognized University/ Institute duly approved by UGC/AICTE
Group A-2 – Code No.02 Graduation with minimum 60% (55% for SC/ST candidates) marks in aggregate or Post Graduation with 55% marks (50% for SC/ST) from recognized University/ Institute duly approved by UGC/AICTE . Passed at least 5 Papers of Actuary Examination. The candidate should be a Member of Actuarial Society of India.
Group A-2 – Code No.02 Graduation with minimum 60% (55% for SC/ST candidates) marks in aggregate or Post Graduation with 55% marks (50% for SC/ST) from recognized University/ Institute duly approved by UGC/AICTE . Passed at least 5 Papers of Actuary Examination. The candidate should be a Member of Actuarial Society of India.
Group A-3 – Code No.03 Graduation in Commerce with minimum 60% (55% for SC/ST) marks in aggregate or Post Graduation in Commerce with 55% marks (50% for SC/ST) from recognized University/ Institute duly approved by UGC/AICTE or Final pass of Chartered Accountancy / ICWA Examination.
Group B – Code No.04 Graduation with minimum 60% (55% for SC/ST) marks in aggregate or Post Graduation with 55% (50% for SC/ST) from recognized University/ Institute duly approved by UGC/AICTE / MBA / PGDM from NIA, Pune.

NOTE:

  • 1. Other things being equal, preference will be given to candidates having post qualification experience in their area of specialization and/or having qualifications in Engineering, Accounts, Law or Non-Life Insurance.
  • 2. All things being equal, candidates with working knowledge of Computers/ Diploma in Computer Applications will be given preference.
  • 3. Candidate can apply for more than one group (any one in Group A and Group B) if eligible. Candidates applying for two Groups as above, should tick in the respective boxes in the Application Format.
(B) Age: (As on 01.02.2011)
Minimum Age: 21 years, Maximum Age: 30 years

 

Sr. No Category Maximum Age limit
1 General 30 years
2 SC/ST 35 years
3 OBC 33 years
4 ECO/SSRCO 35 years
5 PWD 40 years
6 PWD candidates, if SC/ST 45 years
7 PWD candidates, if OBC 43 years
8 All persons who have ordinarily been domiciled in Kashmir Division of J & K state during the period from 01.01.1980 to 31.12.1989 35 years
9 Resident of Assam State during the period from 01.01.1980 to 15.08.1985 35 years
For confirmed employees of Public Sector General Insurance Companies, General Insurance Corporation of India, Tariff Advisory Committee & Agricultural Insurance Company of India Limited, the maximum age limit will be relaxed by 5 years for respective categories.

 

  • i) Objective Type tests of:
  • (i) Reasoning
  • (ii) English Language
  • (iii) General Awareness
  • (iv) Numerical Ability/Data Interpretation Test
  • (v) Professional Knowledge (for post in group A-1 to A-3 )

 

Questions in Objective Tests (i), (iii), (iv) and (v) shall be bilingual i.e. both in English and Hindi. The first four tests i.e. Test of Reasoning, English Language, Numerical Ability and General Awareness will be common for all candidates. The Test of Professional Knowledge will be specific to Group A-1 to A-3.

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Descriptive Test in English consisting of Precis Writing, Comprehension and Essay.
Candidates shall appear for the written exam at their own expense. On the basis of performance in written examination, candidates will be called for Personal Interview (PI) and final selection will be made on overall performance in written examination and PI. Outstation SC / ST candidates called for PI will be reimbursed to and fro II Class sleeper class fare/bus fare by the shortest route from the station of residence to the station of interview on production of evidence of having undertaken journey for PI purpose.
  • 1) Reasoning
  • 2) Quantitative Aptitude
  • 3) English Language
  • 4) General Awareness
  • 5) Computer Knowledge

1) REASONING

LOGICAL REASONING
  • Alphabets
  • Coding Decoding
  • Series
  • Analogy
  • Classification
  • Distance & Direction
  • Blood Relationship
  • Coded Relationship
  • Sitting Arrangement
  • Ranking
  • Situation Based Questions
  • Coded Inequalities
  • Syllogism
  • Fictitious Symbols
NON VERBAL
  • • Series
  • • Analogy
  • • Classification
ANALYTICAL REASONING
  • • Arguments-Introduction
  • • Strong & Weak Arguments
  • • Course of Action
  • • Cause & Effect
  • • Assumptions
  • • Inferences
  • • Miscellaneous
  • • Analytical Decision Making
  • • Input Output
  • • Data Sufficiency
    • • Arguments-Introduction
    • • Strong & Weak Arguments
    • • Course of Action

2) QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

      • Number System
      • Simplification
      • HCF & LCM
      • Squares & Cubes
      • Square Root & Cube Root
      • Average
      • Ages
      • Percentage
      • Time & Work
      • Profit & Loss
      • Ratio & Proportion
      • Partnership
      • Speed, Time & Distance
      • Trains
      • Boats & Streams
      • Simple Interest
      • Compound Interest
      • Data Interpretation
      • Data Sufficiency
      • Linear & Quadratic Eq.
      • Permutation & Combination
      • Probability
      • Mensuration
      • Calendar
      • Trigonometry
      • Series
      • Pipes & Cistern

3)ENGLISH LANGUAGE

      • Comprehension
      • Spot the Error
      • Synonyms
      • Antonyms
      • Rearrangement of Sentences
      • Fill in the Blanks
      • Sentence Correction
      • Basic Grammar
      • Vocabulary
      • Grammatical Error

4)GENERAL AWARENESS

      • Budget
      • Economy
      • Awards
      • Personalities
      • Important Days & Dates
      • Acronyms
      • Current Issues
      • Abbreviations
      • Key Financial Rates
      • Government Schemes
      • Person in News
      • National Organisations
      • International Organisations
      • Sports
      • Events
      • Conferences & Bilateral Visits

 

5) COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE

Fundamental of Computers –
Input-Output, Devices, etc.,
History of Computers – 1st
Operation System, Generations, etc.
Category of Computers –
Super Computer, Mini Computer, Server Computer, etc. Knowledge of Hardware and Software, Applications
MS Word-
Creating, Saving, Editing document, finding & Replacing text, copying and moving text, creating hyperlinks, auto text, font, under line, boldface, Animation effect, Subscript & Superscript, Margins, Tab stops, Line spacing, Alignment, Indenting, Borders and shading, Numbering and Bullets, Header & Footer, Tables, Mail merge, And more…
MS Excel –
Workbook, Cells, Formatting, Simple calculations, Referencing Formulas, Worksheets, Copy Formulas, Graphs, Tables, and more……
MS-PowerPoint:
PowerPoint Basics, Preparing Presentation, Auto Content Wizard, Formatting, Editing, Printing Slides, Clip Art Gallery, Organisation Chart, Transition, Animations, Rehearsal, Notes Pages, And more…
      Internet, Networking, Languages, Programming, DBMS, Etc.

The organization conducting the examination has not prescribed any particular syllabus. However, as per our experience the questions are based on the syllabus mentioned above.