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DETAILED SCHEDULE AND SYLLABUS OF

ARD-LR RECRUITMENT EXAMINATION, 2012


(EXAMINATION CODE: 01/ D/ 2012)
DETAILS OF EXAMINATION:

Date :
Time :
Reporting Time :
Examination Centres :

The 9th day of December, 2012 (Sunday)


From 12 Noon to 1.30 PM (1.30 hrs)
11.30 AM
Examination will be conducted in Centres located in Salt Lake, Kolkata

SCHEME & SYLLABUS OF EXAMINATION:A. Scheme of Examination: - A Descriptive Written Examination on two papers (Paper-I & II) will be held as
per the following pattern. The examination will be held continuously for 1.30 hr, having no recess in
between.
Part I : General awareness and Mental ability test (Full Marks : 50) : Time allowed : 45 minutes.
Section

Subject

Marks allotted

I
II
III
IV

Reading Comprehension
General Knowledge & Current Affairs
Test of Reasoning/ Aptitude
Numerical Ability/ Arithmetic

15
10
10
15

No. of questions to be
answered
5
10
10
5

The questions will be of Madhyamik / equivalent standard.


Part-II : Test on Subject (Veterinary Pharmacy/ Prani Sampad Bikash Prashikshan/ Survey Engineering)
[Full Marks: 50] : Time allowed : 45 minutes.
B. The syllabus will be as the following:Name of the Post

Syllabus
Current syllabus of Two years Diploma Course in Veterinary

Veterinary Pharmacist /
Pharmacist-Cum-Dresser

Pharmacy under Board of Veterinary Education, West Bengal or its


equivalent recognised by the Board of Veterinary Education
Current syllabus of One year Certificate Course on Prani Sampad

Livestock Development
Assistant

Bikash Prashikshan conducted by the Board of Veterinary Education,


West Bengal or its equivalent recognised by the Board of Veterinary
Education, West Bengal.
a)

Current syllabus of the course conducted by the West Bengal State


Council of Technical Education for the Diploma in Survey
Engineering (Ref: www.webscte.org) ;

Surveyor
b) Current syllabus of Special emphasis to be given on Plain table
surveying; Chain surveying; Theodolite surveying; Cartographic
drawing; Basic computers; Cadastral surveying; Astronomical
observation; use of Total Station and G.P.S.

No. of questions to be answered: 10 (ten) each containing 5 marks.

Commission has set up the following minimum qualifying marks for this examination
(out of total marks 100) :

For General Candidates


For BC Candidates
For SC/ ST Candidates

:::-

30 (Thirty)
25 (Twenty five)
20 (Twenty)

Getting minimum qualifying marks as stated above, however, will not ensure selection of any candidate for
the post/ posts he / she has applied for. The selection of candidates will be done purely on the basis of Merit List
prepared as per total marks obtained by them. A candidate shall not be selected even if there remain sufficient
vacant posts, if he / she fail to achieve the minimum qualifying marks as above.

(D. Bhattacharyya)
Secretary Cum Controller of Examinations,
West Bengal Staff Selection Commission