Wednesday, December 25, 2013

various exams question & answers


*Directions- (Q 1 and 2 ) Find the correct sequential order of the following words
from the given alternatives.

Q1.1. Metal    2. Process    3. Ore    4. Purify    5. Mixed metal
         (A)1—3—2—4—5     (B) 3—2—4—1—5    (C)1—3-4—2—5    (D) None of these----- Ans: B

Q2 .1.Square   2. Line  3. Angle    4. Triangle   5. Point
         (A) 5—3—2—4—1   (B) 5—2—3—4—1    (C) 5—1—4—3—2    (D) None of these ----Ans: B

*Directions—(Q. 3—4) Out of the four alternatives, select the one for the question-mark (?) which maintains the same relationship on both sides of the sign
3 . Dog: Bitch:;   Bull:  ?
                     (A)Doe   (B) Jill    (C)Goose   (D) Cow------- Ans: D

4. Zinedine Zidane : Football  ;    Dhyan Chand : ?
                   (A) Cricket    (B) Badminton     (C) Hockey     (D) Kabaddi-----Ans: C

5. India : New Delhi : : Egypt:  ?
                      (A) Luxor     (B) Cairo   (C) Alexandria      (D) Aswan ------Ans: B

6. Mount Everest : Nepal ::  Kilimanjaro:  ?
                      (A) Tanzania   (B) South Africa  (C) Switzerland    (D) Spain----- Ans: B

7. David Copperfield : Charles Dickens :: Alice in Wonderland:?
          (A) Mark Twain  (B) Lewis Carroll   (C) Leo Tolstoy    (D) H. G. Wells-----Ans: B

8. On which place the earthquake occurred in 2001 ?
                     (A)Bhuj     (B) Mathura    (C)Koyana  (D) Garhwal-----Ans: A

9. The area of India is…
      A) 30,87,263 sq. km   (B) 32,87,263 sq. km  (C) 32,90,342 sq. km (D) 32,92,263 sq. km----Ans: B

10. The State, having the highest rain by North-East Monsoon, is?
                    (A) Assam    (B) West Bengal (C) Tamil Nadu  (D) Orissa ------Ans: C

11.Submergence theory was explained by?
                    (A)Agassiz    (B) Newton    (C)Darwin    (D) Gardiner -----Ans: A

12. Which of the following statements is incorrect concerning Mohenjodaro?     
                     (A) It was a well-planned city
                     (B) Its buildings were of varying sizes
                     (C) Bathrooms were important features of most houses
                     (D) There was no drainage system -- -------Ans: D

13. Chepak Stadium is situated in which State of India?
                      (A) Uttar Pradesh   (B) Gujarat   (C) Madhya Pradesh    (D) Tamil Nadu ------Ans: D

14. Which of the following is known as the Jain Temple City?
                     (A)Girnar    (B) Rajgir     (C)Varanasi    (D) Allahabad------Ans: B

15. Bimbisara was the ruler of?
                      (A)Magadh    (B) Avadh   (C)Kamboja      (D) Gandhara-----Ans: A

16. Who had founded the Benaras Hindu University?
       (A) Mahatma Gandhi    (B) Madan Mohah lalviya   (C) Nehru  (D) None of the above-----Ans: B

17. India opted for a federal form of government because of?
                    (A) Vast territory                   (B) Cultural integration
                    (C) Linguistic and regional diversity
                    (D) Administrative convenience---------Ans: C

18. Who is the highest Law Officer of a state?
                     (A) Attorney-General  (B) Advocate-General  (C) Solicitor-General
                     (D) Secretary-General of Law Department-------------Ans: B

19. The Panchayati Raj System was adopted to?
                 (A) Make people aware of politics   (B) Decentralize the power of democracy
                 (C) Educate the peasants   (D) None of the above-------Ans: B..

20. The chief effect of urbanisation in India is?
                (A) Overcrowding in cities  (B) More jobs available
                (C) Lower standard of living  (D) Stagnant agriculture-------------Ans: A

21. In the past, foremost duty of ruler was to?
                (A) Promote religion    (B) Promote welfare of the people
                (C) Undertake public works and activities
               (D) Increase agricultural production----------------Ans: B
22. In the past, which one of the following did not favour much for the growth of caste system ?
               (A) Illiteracy  (B) Religion  (C) Existence of races  (D) System of worship---------Ans: C

23. For a common active woman, the daily appropriate quantity of protein is?
                (A)30gm  (B) 37gm   (C)40gm   (D) 46gm---------------------Ans: C

24. What is the average quantity of fats in buffalo’s milk?
                (A) 7.2 %   (B) 4.5 %  (C) 9.0 %  (D) 10.%-------------------Ans: A

25. Solar eclipse occurs when?
                (A) Earth comes between sun and moon
                (B) Moon is at right angle to the earth
                (C) Moon comes between sun and earth
                (D) Sun comes between moon and earth--------------Ans: C

26. Primary sector refers to?
                (A)Industry  (B) Agriculture  (C)Trade  (D) Banks -------Ans: B

27. Reserve Bank of India issues all  currencies, except?
                (A) 1-rupee note   (B) 2-rupee note  (C) 5-rupee note  (D) 10-rupee note------Ans: A

28. The density of population in India according to the 2001 Census is (in proper units)?
               (A)340    (B) 324    (C)933     (D) 972-------Ans: B

29. Income that is saved and not invested, is known as?
                (A) Capital  (B) Hoarding  (C) Deposit  (D) None of the above------Ans: B

30. What is India’s rank in world population ?
                (A)First  (B) Second   (C)Third   (D) Fourth--------Ans: B

31. The estimates of National Income in India are made by the?
                (A) Ministry of Finance    (B) Planning Commission
                (C) Central Statistical Organisation   (D) Reserve Bank of India-------Ans: C

32 Chairman of Planning Commission is?
        (A) Prime Minister   (B) President   (C) Speaker of the Lok Sabha (D) Finance Minister---Ans: A
33. Number of Schedules in the Indian Constitution is?
                (A)7      (B)10      (C)8  (D)12-------------Ans: D

34. Which of the following is not a Gandhian Theory?
                (A) Sarvodaya    (B) Satyagraha  (C) Trusteeship    (D) Bhoodan--------Ans: D

35. “Freedom is my birth-right”, is the statement of?
                 (A) M. K. Gandhi    (B) S. C. Bose  (C) Tilak    (D) Nehru--------Ans: C

36. Who gives recognition to the political parties?
        (A) Election Commission  (B) Planning Commission (C) Parliament (D) President-------Ans: A

37. Who of the following was not a moderate leader?
                (A) Gokhale  (B) Tilak  (C) C. V. Chintamani  (D) Mahadev Govind Ranade------Ans: B

38. The land snatched by Alauddin Khilji was?
      (A) Granted in Inam and Idrat  (B) Granted in Milk (C) Granted in Wakf (D) All of above----Ans: D

39. Who among the following given detailed account of postal system during Sultanate period?
        (A) Amir Khusro    (B) lbn Batuta  (C) Sultan Firoz Shah  (D) Ziauddin Barani------Ans: B

40. Humayun was throned in?
                    (A) AD 1526    (B) AD 1527   (C) AD 1530   (D) None of the above -----Ans: C

41. ‘Jaribana’ was the cess for
                    (A) Who measured (surveyed) land    (B)Who collected the revenue
                    (C)Both of the above     (D)None of the above------Ans: A

42. In which year Akbar constructed Ibadatkhana in Fatehpur Sikri?
                    (A)AD 1572   (B) AD 1574   (C)AD 1575  (D) AD 1578-----Ans: C

43. Abul FazI, the famous historian,was assassinated by?
          (A) Raja Vikramaditya  (B) Bir Singh Bundela  (C) Man Singh  (D) None of  above----Ans: B

44. The earth rotates around its axis from
                  (A) North to South (B) East to West (C) South to North (D) West to East------Ans: D

45. The most important ore of aluminium is?
                  (A)Bauxite   (B) Calamine   (C)Calcite   (D) Galena-------Ans: A

46. Which of the following metals was first discovered by man ?
                  (A)Bronze   (B) Silver   (C)Iron   (D) Copper-------Ans: D

47. Fish-plates in railway track are used?
                  (A) To join two coaches                      (B) To connect two rails
                  (C) To guide the wheels of coach       (D) Both (B) and (C) above-------Ans: B

48. Which of the following has maximum nitrogen?
   (A) Ammonium sulphate   (B) Urea  (C) Ammonium chloride  (D) Sodium nitrate----Ans: B

49. In the human body, fats are stored in?
                 (A) Epithelial cell   (B) Adipose tissue  (C) Epidermis   (D) Liver-------Ans: B

50 B.C.G. vaccination is to be given to a newborn child
    (A)Immediately after birth   (B)Within 48 days  (C)Within 7 days D) Within 6 mo
nths----Ans: C

Mathematics :

1. In a division sum, the divisor is 10 times the quotient and 5 times the remainder. If the remainder is 46, the dividend is:
                                    (A) 4236    (B) 4306    (C) 4336  (D) 5336

2. If 1.5 x= 0.04 y, then the value of (y-x) (y+x) is:
                                    (A) 730/77     B) 73/77    (C) 7.3/77     (D) 703/77

3. An employee may claim Rs. 7.00 for each km when he travels by taxi and Rs. 6.00 for each km if he drives his own car. If in one week he claimed Rs. 595 for traveling km. How many kms did he travel by taxi?

                                   (A) 55    (B) 65   (C) 62   (D) 70

4. The square root of 3 + √5 is :
                                    (A) √3 /2 + 1/√2     (B) √3 /2 – 1/√2     (C) √5 /2 – 1/√2     (D) √(5/2) + √(1/2)

5. The mean temperature of Monday to Wednesday was 370C and of Tuesday to Thursday was 340C, if the temperature on Thursday was 4/5th that of Monday, then what was the temperature on Thursday?
                                 (A) 36.50C    (B) 360C     (C) 35.50C      (D) 340C

6. A certain number of two digits is three times the sum of its digits. If 45 be added to it, the digits are reversed. The number is:
                                 (A) 72     (B) 32      C) 27       (D) 23

7. Three years ago the average age of A and B was 18 years. While C joining them now, the average becomes 22 years. How old (in years) is C now?
                                 (1) 24      (2) 27     (3) 28     (4) 30

8. If 2^(2x-1) = 8^(3-x), then the value of x is:
                                (1) -1     (2)  -2     (3)  2    (4)  3

9. A man’s basic pay for a 40 hours’ week is Rs. 200. Overtimes is paid at 25% above the basic rate. In a certain week, he worked overtime and his total was Rs. 300. He therefore, worked for a total of (in hours):
                                 (1) 52    (2) 56    (3) 58     (4) 62
10. On a Rs. 10, 000 payment order, a person has choice between 3 successive discounts of 10%, 10% and 30% and 3 successive discounts of 40%, 5% and 5%. By choosing the better one he can save (in Rupees):
                                  (1) 200     (2) 255    (3) 400   (4) 433

11. Rs. 600 are divided among A, B, C so that Rs. 40 more than 2/5 th of A’s share, Rs. 20 more that 2/7 th of B’s share and Rs. 10 more than 9/17 th of C’s may all be equal. What is A’s share (in Rupees)?
                                 (1) 150   (2) 170   (3) 200    (4) 280

12. A, B, C started a business with their investment in the ratio 1 : 3 : 5. After 4 months, A invested the same amount as before and B as well as C withdrew half of their investments. The ratio of their profits at the end of the year was:
                              (1) 5 : 6 : 10    (2) 6 : 5 :10     (3) 10 : 5 : 6    (4) 4 : 3 : 5

13. If 9 men working 71/2 hours a day can finish a piece of work in 20 days, then how many days will be taken by 12 men, working 6 hours a day to finish the work? It is being given that 2 men of latter type work as much as 3 men of the former type?
                             (1) 91/2     (2) 11     (3) 121/2    (4) 13

14. Three pipes A, B and C can fill a cistern in 6 hours. After working at it together for 2 hours, C is closed and A and B can fill the remaining part in 7 hours. The number of hours taken by C alone to fill the cistern is:
                            (1) 12    (2) 14    (3) 16    (4) 18
15. A train B speeding with 120 kmph crosses another train C running in the same direction, in 2 minutes. If the lengths of the trains B and C be 100 m and 200 m respectively, what is the speed (in kmph) of the train C?

                           (1) 111    (2) 123   (3) 127   (4) 129

16. River is running at 2 kmph. It took a man twice as long to row up as to row down the river. The rate (in km/hr) of the man in still water is:
                          (1) 8   (2) 10     (3) 4    (4) 6

17. A merchant has 1000 kg of sugar, part of which he sells at 8% profit and the rest at 18% profit. He gains 14% on the whole. The quantity (in kg.) sold at 18% profit is:
                          (1) 560     (2) 600      (3) 400    (4) 640

18. A sum of money becomes Rs. 13, 380 after 3 years and Rs. 20, 070 after 6 years on compound interest. The sum (in Rupees) is:

                          (1) 8800   (2) 8890   (3) 8920    (4) 9040

19. A well with 14 m inside diameter is dug 10 m deep. Earth taken out of it, has been evenly spread all around it to a width of 21m to form an embankment. The height (in metres) of the embankment is:

) ½     (2) 2/3      (3) 3/4     (4) 3/5

20. A rectangular carpet has an area of 120 sq metres and a perimeter of 46 metres. The length of its diagonal (in metres) is:

                          (1) 11     (2) 13    (3) 15     (4) 17

                                                 ANSWERS :
1. (4), 2. (2), 3. (1), 4. (4), 5. (2)
6. (3), 7. (1), 8. (3), 9. (2), 10. (2)
11. (1), 12. (1), 13. (3), 14. (2), 15. (1)
16. (4), 17. (2), 18. (3), 19. (2), 20. (4)

Postal Assistant Previous Papers for 2008 :

1. Following some pattern, understand the table and find the answer?
                           JANUARY 20 ..   APRIL 10..  MAY 5..  NOVEMBER 15..   JULY… ?

2. Find the missing number: 1, 10, 3, 9 ,5 ,8,7 ,7, 9 ,6 ,? ?

3. If it was two hours later, it would be half an hour as long until midnight as it will be if it were an hour later. What is the time now?

4. In a city, 80% speaks English, 70% speaks Hindi and 10% do not speak both. It was found that 162 people talk both. How many are there in the city?

5. Find the missing number: 0 6 24 X 120

6. Which is not ‘lean year’: 1900   2000   1952   1980
7. Find the missing number: J, ?, M, ?, M, J, ?, A, S, O, N, ?
8. There are 27 pearls in a bag. One among them is less in weight. You have been given 2 pan weight machine. In how many trials, you will be able to find the defected one? 4 3 11 13

9. Direct distance between A & B is 200. Direct distance between B & C is 200. Direct distance between C & A?

10. There are 30 socks in a bag. 30% is in blue color. What is the probability to take two blue socks?

11. In a ground, there are two poles in 7 ft & 12 ft respectively. They are 12 ft apart from each other. What is the distance between the edges of two poles?

12. You need to print an document of the area 216 sq cm. Condition is 3 cm margin is to be left at both top & bottom and 2 cm at the sides. What ‘d be the optimized size of your paper?

13. In a party, every man has his dog with him. There are 22 heads and 72 legs all together. How many men & dogs are there?

14. Ram writes a number between 1 to 1000. Raja wants to know the number, knowing Ram can answer only yes & no and always speaks truth. What will be the minimum number of questions Raja finds the answer.
            a. 999   b.10   c.500   d.none

15. How many ways a section of four letter word can be made in complete alphabet?

16. Find the missing number: 0, 0.577, 1, 1.732, ?     a. 0.656    b.2     c.2.743    d.none

17. 17171717171…..(101 digits) is divided by 625. What is the answer?

18. Synonym for ZENITH: ridge trough nadir crecent

19-25 RS Agarwal questions from frequently asked topics (time & dist., work done, problems on numbers, ratio, mixture, calender).

26. June 30, 2004 is Wednesday. What is June 30, 1974?

27. Two different types of tea are mixed, at 6 Kg of type 1 and 4 Kg of type 2. One Kg of type 1 is Rs. 6 and that of type 2 is Rs. 7. The seller get 10% profit, by this action. Find at what price, he ‘d have sold the mixture/Kg?

28. There are 10 people in a party. “How many other people, you met?” is the question asked to everyone. First person says 1, Second says 2, Third says 3……….ninth says 9. Now what tenth person ‘d have answered?

29. Find the missing number: 24 : 15 :: 63 : ?

30. A metal ball weighing 10 gm is droped from 20 meter height tall point. What will be the time to reach ground?

31. All the students of class are told to sit in circle shape. Here the boy at the 6 th position is exactly opposite to 16 th boy. Total number of boys in the class?

32. The average mark of 10 students is 80%. Later it was found that for one student, instead of 60%, the recorded 90%, by mistake. Now the corrected new percentage?
Ans: Old % is 80 for 10 ppl. So the total: 800.



                                   ( Select the most appropriate word/set of words)
1. The word most nearly opposite in meaning to Valor
                   a.  admonition        b.  Injustice     c.  Cowardice                d .  Generosity

2.The word most nearly similar in meaning to tentative
                   a.   Prevalent           b.  Portable     c.  Making         d. Experimental

3.The pair whose relationship is most  like  the relationship expressed in the pair  beggar: beg
                        a. Medium- Advise    b.  Mediator: Disagree C.  Mercenary : Demand
                        d. Mentor : Guide
Fill in the Blanks   (  Question  4-10 )

  1. We list confidence in him because he never ------------------his promise.

  1. Her true feelings  --------------- themselves in her sarcastic asides; only then was her ------------- revealed

  1. Technically glass is a mineral and ---------------
a. Water so          b. water is so                c. so is water     d. so water is

      7. Rajasthan----- a very climate .                    
                         a. has              b. being             d. having             d. with

      8. One of   the  least effective ways of storing information is leaning 
                         a. how repeat              b.  repeating       c. to repeat     d. repeat

      9.  Many modern architects insist on------------------ materials native to the region that will blend in to surroundings landscape ……           a. use     b.  to use      c. the use            d . using

10.   By the  time a baby has reached its first birthday , he should , without the help of  an adult ----------------- sit up or even stand up.
a. to be able                 b. able to          c. to be able     d. be able to

                  PART II: MATHEMATICS

11.       A jar contains 10 red marbles and 30 green Ones. How many red marbles must   be added to the jar so that 60 % of the marbles will be red?     a. 25    b. 30   c. 35  d. 40

12.    Driving at 48 miles per hour, how many minutes will take to drive 32 miles.
                                  a. 23        b 32           c.  40                  d.45  
13.     If  a = 9*8321 and b=9*7321 what is the value of a –b

   a. 8000                        b. 9000               c. 7000          d. 6000

14.    From 1989 to 1990, the number of applicants to a college increased 15 % to    5000. How many applications were there in 1989?
                                 a. 759              b. 4301             c. 4400             d. 5819

15.   Find two numbers whose sum is 27 and product is 182
                                  a. 11, 12       b. 12, 13          c. 13, 14          d. 14, 15

16.   How many three- digit numbers are divisible by 7 ?
                                 a. 108             b. 118. c. 128               d.138

17    Liz is now twice as old as Jose but 6 years ago she was 5 times as old as he was.       How old Liz now?
                                   a. 10            b.16        c. 20     d.  24

18.    What is the sum of the product and quotient of 8 and 8 ?
 a. 62   b. 63  c. 64       d . 65

19. Liz  solved   24  Maths problems in 15 minutes.  At this rate, how many problems can she solve in 40 minutes?
a.       25                          b. 64                 c. 40                   d. 48
20.    If the average (arithmetic mean) of 25,31 and x is 37 what is the value of  x?

a.     .31                    b.37                   c. 43                 d. 55

1. Devaluation of a currency means
Reduction in the value of a currency vis-a-vis major internationally traded currencies
2.  India changed over to the decimal system of coinage in
April 1957
3 The first wholly Indian Bank was set up in
4 The co-operative credit societies have a
Three-tier structure
5 Reserve Bank of India was nationalized in the year
6  In India, inflation measured by the
Wholesale Price Index number
7. The budget deficit means
Difference between all receipts and all the expenditure
8 Paper currency first started in India in
9  Deficit financing means that the government borrows money from the
10  Excise duty is a tax levied on the
Production of goods
11 World Human Rights Day is observed on
December 10
12  The World Environment Day is celebrated on
June 5
13  OS' computer abbreviation usually means 
Operating System
14  TMP' extension refers usually to what kind of file?
Temporary file
15  Who co-founded Hotmail in 1996 and then sold the company to Microsoft?
Sabeer Bhatia
16 What does EPROM stand for?
Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
17 DTP' computer abbreviation usually means
Desktop Publishing
18  The Indian to beat the computers in mathematical wizardry is
Shakunthala Devi
19  Who is known as 'Indian Bismarck
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
20  Who is the Flying Sikh of India
Milkha singh
21  When was the first elevator built
22  Who invented Dynamite
Alfred B. Nobel
23 The Internet first implemented
October 29, 1969
24  The National Song of India was composed by
Bankim Chandra Chatterji
25 The National Anthem of India  was first sung in the year
27th December 1911, 
26 George Bernard Shaw, the great dramatist, was
An Irishman
27   The book 'Gulliver's Travels' was written by
Jonathan Swift
28  Gita Govinda' is written by
Jaya Dev
29  Tipu sultan was the ruler of
30  The language of discourses of Gautama Buddha was
31 Where is the Railway Staff College located
32  Garden City of India'
33  Where is the headquarters of Oil and Natural Gas Commission
34  Track and field star Carl Lewis won how many gold medals at the 1984 Olympic games
35  The 'Dronacharya Award' is given to
36  Who was the first Indian to win an individual medal in the Olympics
Developing countries
37  India won its first Olympic hockey gold in
38 The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) is located at
39 INTERPOL means
International Criminal Police Organization
40  G-15 is a group of
Developing countries

1      The members of the Rajya Sabha are elected by
           Elected members of the legislative assembly
2     The power to decide an election petition is vested in the
High Courts
3     The preamble says that the state in India will assure the dignity of the individual. The constitution seeks to achieve this object by guaranteeing

Equal fundamental rights to each citizen
4     The minimum age of the voter in India is
     18    Years
5 The president addresses both the Houses of Parliament assembled together

First session after each general election and the first session of each year
 6 . The president can dissolve the Lok Sabha on
Advice of the prime minister
7 . The oath of office is administered to the Governor by the
Chief justice of high court
8. The parliament can legislate on the subject in the state list

If the Rajya Sabha passes a resolution by two-third of its to legislate on a state matter in the national interest
9 The president can expend out of the Contingency Fund of India
Without the approval of the Parliament
10 The members of the Rajya Sabha are elected for a term
 Six years
11 The Objectives Resolution was unanimously adopted by the Constituent Assembly on
22nd January 1947
12 The name of a candidate for the office of president of India may be proposed by
Any ten members of the Electoral College
13 The minimum number of members that must be present to hold the meeting of the Lok Sabha is
One-tenth of the total membership of the Houses
14 The preamble to our constitution provided that India is
a sovereign, socialist, secular and democratic republic
15 The minimum age required to become the prime minister of India is
25 years
16  The president can be removed from his office before the expiry of his normal term only on the recommendation of
The two Houses of Parliament
17 The oath of office is conducted to the president by
The chief justice of India
18  The phrase 'procedure established by the law' means
The judges in India cannot question the fairness or validity of a law, provided it is within the limits of the constitution
      19   The Parliament of India can make use of the residuary powers
At  all  times
     20  The power to prorogue the Lok Sabha rests with
The president

Part 1 – English ( Consists of 10 Questions )

1.To arrange things in froups or in a particular order according to their type
a) depoist   b) sort   c) derive   d) detail---------Ans. B
2. To help somebody to do something
a) assist    b) assess   c) accomplish   d) accord……. Ans. a
3. Each of the metal bars that form the track that trains run on
a) coach   b) railing   c)rail    d) bogie……….. Ans. c
4. A system in a organization in which people are organized into different levels of importance from highest to lowest.                     a) structure    b) profie    c) hierarchy    d) matrix………Ans. c
5. A typical example of pattern of something
a) paradox    b) paradigm    c) exception    d) excerpt……. Ans. d
6. A lively and confident person who enjoys being with other people
a) introvert    b) extrovert    c) geriatrician   d) flatterer……..  Ans. b
7. Letters for conveyance by post
a) mail    b) male   c) maile    d) melee……..  Ans. a
8. A long leaf of a palm
a) leaflet   b) fern   c) frond   d) pendant ……. Ans. c
9. To stamp a mark on an envelope to show that the cost of posting it has been paid
a) post    b) frank    c)tax   d) franc …… Ans. b
10.A person that money or a cheque is paid to
a) payer    b) paye   c) remit   d) payee …..Ans.D


Your Application Form is liable to be rejected in the following situations IN  UPSC / SSC EXAMS

1. Applications not submitted in prescribed format as per the Notice published in the Employment News

 (Rojgar Samachar).
2. Incomplete or illegible applications.

3. Unsigned/undated applications.

4. Without good quality COLOUR passport size (3.5 cm x4.5 cm) photograph.

5. Affixing/attaching Xerox copy of Photograph.

6. Without signatures in box below the Photo and/or on Application form, and on various Declarations.

7. Signatures made in Block/Capital letters in English.

8. Particulars of Exam Fees Paid not filled in relevant column of Application/ without CRFS of requisite value and validity; Non-payment of Fee at all wherever applicable.

9. Non-cancellation of CRFS properly by the concerned Post Office.

10. Applications not filled in English or Hindi or not filled by candidate in his/her own handwriting

11. Without proper certificates, in respect of SC/ST/OBC candidates and/or Exservicemen. For relaxation sought in age or physical standards or any relaxation sought for as a Government employee or Departmental Candidate, Certificate should be obtained from the competent authority in the prescribed format.

12. Without Declaration by OBC candidate in the format as given in Annexure (of the Application Form) by the Candidate.

13. Under aged/over aged candidates.

14. Not having the requisite Educational Qualifications as on the specified/prescribed date.

15. Photocopies of the relevant certificates not attested.

16. More than one application for the same post/group of posts by the same candidate or sent in one envelope.

17. Applications of more than one candidate sent in one envelope.

18. Incorrect information or misrepresentation or suppression of material facts.

19. Without signatures on “Declaration by all Candidates”.

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