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DSSSB Primary Teacher Exam Date for Post Code 69/09, 70/09, 71/09, 01/12, 101/12, 01/13

DSSSB will conduct objective type exam for post codes 69/09, 70/09, 71/09, 01/12, 101/12, 01/13 on April 28, 2013.  Superseding all earlier notifications issued by the DSSSB, the Board will hold One-Tier Objective type Examination (Multiple choice Questions) of 2 hours’ duration, for the following post codes, on the dates shown against each, as per the Examination Schedule given hereunder. The detailed scheme of examination, test components, syllabus and general instructions for candidates in respect of these post codes are available at the official website of DSSSB i.e. www://dsssb.delhigovt.nic.in. Each question will carry one mark. There will be negative marking and 0.25 mark shall be deducted for each wrong answer.

It is also notified that there is no provision of re-evaluation of Answer Sheets/ Answer Scripts in the examinations conducted by DSSSB.

EXAMINATION SCHEDULE

 

 

Date & day of Examination Time of Exam Post Code Name of the Post Name of Department
28/04/2013

(SUNDAY)

10.30 AM to

12.30 PM

69/09 Teacher (Primary-Urdu) MCD
70/09 Teacher (Primary) MCD
71/09 &

101/12

Asstt. Teacher (Primary) Dte. of Education
1/12 Spl. Educator (Primary) MCD
01/13 Spl. Education Teacher Dte. of Education

 

The admit cards will be dispatched to the candidates on the address given in their application form. If any eligible candidate does not receive the Admit Card by 16.04.13, he may contact the Board Office on any working day between 17.04.13 to 23.04.13 from 10.00 AM to 5.00 PM

       

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

     
FOR POST CODES:

69/09,  70/09, 71/09, 01/12, 101/12, 01/13

       
                       
I Tier Exam       Objective Type 2  Hours   200 Marks      
TEST COMPONENTS: - (OBJECTIVE TYPE)            
FOR POST CODES:

69/09, 70/09,  71/09,   01/12,  101/12,  01/13

     
                     
SECTION      

TEST COMPONENTS

  DURATION: 2 hours    
     

NO. OF

  MARKS    
           

QUESTIONS

       
A. 1.  Test of General Awareness.  

20

 

20

   
  2. General Intelligence and reasoning ability

20

 

20

   
  3. Arithmetical and Numerical Ability.            
  4. Test of Hindi Language & Comprehension.

20

 

20

   
  5.   Test      of      English      Language      &

20

 

20

   
  Comprehension.  

20

 

20

   
                 
B. Objective  type  multiple  choice  questions  on

100

 

100

   
  the subject concerned as per the qualification            
  prescribed for the post.              
       

TOTAL

 

200

 

200

   
  1. C.           SYLLABUS:-

 (i)            General Awareness: Questions will be designed to test the ability of the candidate’s General Awareness of the environment around him and its application to society. The questions will also be designed to test knowledge of current events and of such matter of everyday observation as may be expected of an educated person. The test will include questions relating to India and its neighboring countries, especially pertaining to History, Indian Politics & Constitution, Art & Culture, Geography, Economics, General Policy, Science & Scientific Research, National/International Organizations /Institutions, events etc.

 (ii)           General Intelligence and Reasoning Ability: The syllabus of General Intelligence includes questions of both verbal and non-verbal types. Test may include questions on analogies, similarities, differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship, concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series etc.

 (iii)        Arithmetical and Numerical Ability: The test of Arithmetical and Numerical Ability will cover Number System including questions on Simplification, Decimals, Fractions, L.C.M., H.C.F., Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Average, Profit & Loss, Discount, Simple & Compound Interest, Menstruation, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Tables & Graphs, etc.

(iv) Test of Language English: and (v) Test of Language Hindi: In addition to the testing of candidate’s understanding of the English & Hindi Languages, its Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Synonyms, Antonyms and its correct usage etc. would also be tested.

The questions on the concerned subject/ work/qualification of the relevant post will be as prescribed in the recruitment rules and will be of the same level as applicable for the concerned post.

 

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR CANDIDATES

 

  • Reporting time for the candidates at the examination centre on the day of examination is between 09:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. The examination will commence at 10.30 A.M. sharp. Entry to the Examination Centre will be closed at 10:00 A.M for candidates. No candidate will be allowed to enter the Examination Centre after 10:00 A.M. under any circumstances.

 

 

  • The duration of examination is of 2 hours from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm. There will be 200 multiple choice questions carrying one mark each (see Scheme of Examination for details).

 

3.            There will be negative marking for wrong answers. 0.25 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.

 4.            The minimum qualifying mark is – 40% for General and 30% for Reserved Categories.Admit Card shall be dispatched only to the eligible candidates. The Board is not responsible for any postal delay/loss. If any candidate does not receive the admit card by the date specified in the schedule of exam above, he/she may collect the Duplicate Admit Card from the office of the Board (Reception Hall), FC-18, Institutional Area, Near Railway Reservation Centre, Karkardooma, Delhi – 110092, between 10.00 AM and 05.00 PM on the above dates. The candidate who comes to collect the DuplicateAdmit Card must bring with him/her the Acknowledgement Slip and/or any other proof of submitting the application form as well as proof of his/her identity. If any of the dates, on which duplicate admit card is being issued happens to be a public holiday, the counters would be opened on the next working day as well.

Admit card is being issued purely on the basis of information furnished by the candidate in his/her application. The DSSSB has not verified/scrutinized this information and therefore, mere appearance at the examination does not in any way entitle him/her to claim for the post.The candidature will be treated as invalid, ab-initio, in case he/she does not fulfill the eligibility criteria. Candidate should satisfy himself/herself regarding the possession of the required qualifications, age, caste etc. as stipulated for the post he/she has applied for, as on cut off date, before appearing in the examination.

 If any candidate appearing for the above examination finds that his/her name, reservation category, post name, post code, photo or signature is missing or is incorrect in his/her Admit Card, he/she should get it rectified by visiting the office of the Board on the dates of issue of duplicate admit cards, time and venue mentioned in examination schedule published in Employment News and other Newspapers. The Board does not make any kind of corrections in admit cards received by post. No modification, whatsoever, in the admit card at the examination centre will be allowed.

If a candidate receives more than one Admit Card either for the same post code or for more than one post code, he/she should contact the office of the Board and get a single Admit Card issued on the above mentioned dates (in Para 5). No request will be entertained after the above mentioned dates.

OMR sheet (Answer Sheet) will be taken back after completion of the exam by the Invigilator immediately. The admit card of each Candidate will also be taken back by the invigilator. However, candidates are allowed to take back home the question booklet after the completion of exam. Candidate is no ways allowed to leave exam centre before expiry of 2 hours.

The questions will be bilingual i.e. in Hindi & in English, wherever applicable, except for the test of language section of the paper.

The Board reserves the right to reject the candidature of any ineligible candidate at any stage of recruitment. Further, candidature of any candidates is purely provisional, at every stage until he is offered appointment by the concerned Department to which the post belongs.

 

Special Instructions to (A-I) Physically Handicapped & (A-2) Visually Handicapped Candidates i.e. Blind (VH) & Partially Blind Candidates (VI)

Special Instructions to Physically Handicapped Candidates

Physically Handicapped (PH) candidates in upper extremities including orthopedic disabilities which affect the motor and coordination skills, dyslexic and cerebral palsy persons (hereinafter referred to as PH candidates) who are unable to write themselves (with Physical disabilities not less than 40%) can avail the assistance of a scribe for writing replies on their behalf.

 

Special Instructions to Visually Handicapped Candidates i.e. Blind (VH) & Partially Blind Candidates (VI).

  1. If any blind (VH) or Partially blind (VI) candidate receives the admit card indicating any category other than VH or VI, as the case may be, the candidate should approach to the board for correction of category in the admit card on the above mentioned dates
  1. Visually handicapped (VH) candidates (including Blind and partially blind persons) with visual disabilities not less than forty percent can avail the assistance of a SCRIBE for writing answers on their behalf.

 

 

Common Instructions to Physically Handicapped & Visually Handicapped Candidates i.e. Blind (VH) & Partially Blind Candidates (VI).

 

(a)  For allowing the scribe, the candidates will submit disability certificate (wherein type of disability and its percentage is mentioned) from competent medical board.

 

(b)  If any VH/PH candidate receives the admit card indicating any category other than VH/PH, as the case may be, the candidate should approach the BOARD for correction of category in the admit card on the dates & time mentioned above for issue of duplicate admit cards.

 

(c)  VH & PH candidates will have to bring their own scribe (writer) but the educational qualification of the scribe should be one level below the educational qualification prescribed for the post applied for.

 

(d)  A prescribed Performa “Declaration of the Scribe (Writer)” & “Declaration by the VH/PH candidate” in this regard is being sent to the Visually & Physically Handicapped candidates along with his Admit Card. In case of non receipt of the above Performa, the PH candidates may collect the same from the Office of the Board on any of the working days from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and can also download it from the official website of the board at www.dsssb.delhigovt.nic.in with minor change in the proforma of VH by changing VH to PH.

 (e)  The declaration of the scribe and the declaration of the VH/PH Candidate, duly attested by a Gazetted officer, shall be verified / countersigned by a designated

officer of the board at the office of the Board on the dates & time mentioned above for issue of duplicate admit cards and at the Examination Centre on the day of Exam.

(f)   The VH/PH candidate is required to bring his own original Disability Certificate issued by competent Medical Board along with above mentioned declarations and the following documents of the Scribe at the office of the Board on the dates & time mentioned above for issue of duplicate admit cards i.e. (i) Attested copy of the Identification Proof, (ii) Attested copies of Educational Qualification and (iii) Two recently taken Passport size color photograph duly attested.

(g)  The declaration of the scribe and the declaration of the Blind Candidate, duly attested by a Gazetted officer, shall be verified / countersigned by a designated officer of the board at the examination centre itself. These candidates should come to the examination centre at least one hour before the normal reporting time for the purpose of verification of all such document. The candidates are not required to come to the office of the Board for verification purpose.

(h)  40 minutes extra shall be given in addition to the normal time allowed of 2 hours to all the VH/PH candidates only with permission to use the facility of scribe duly verified by DSSSB.

The candidature of the candidate to the written Examination is entirely provisional and subject to the outcome of any direction/decision/order/pronouncement of any Court of Law and mere issue of Admit Card or appearance at Examination does not entitle him/her to any claim for the post. 

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