Exam Pattern of Andhra and Telangana I-CET apicet.net.in, tsicet.org

Integrated Common Entrance Test (I-CET) Exam Pattern: I-CET is a common entrance test for Admission of MCA and MBA courses in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The I-CET Exam in both states will conduct in different dates. Students who are interest to do these courses in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana can apply for both APICET and TSICET. Here we gave you the information about the written exam pattern of ICET in Both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The Exam Patterns and syllabus are same for both I-CET exams i.e., APICET and TSICET. I-CET is conducted for Master’s & Management courses admission that’s why they will check the candidate’s ability in their systematic thinking. I-CET is just like a test to examine the accuracy with time management of the student.  In this article we provide you the detailed information about I-CET Examination like ICET Exam Pattern/structure and syllabus. We hope that it will be useful for you in your preparation.

ICET Exam Pattern
I-CET (APICET & TSICET): ICET is conducted for MCA and MBA courses admission in both Andhra and Telangana. Both States eligible students can apply for both exams. The structure of Both APICET and TSICET is same.
Exam Pattern / structure of ICET: The Written Exam Pattern of ICET is Objective type with multiple choices. ICET Exam of both states consists of three sections namely Analytical Ability, Mathematical Ability and Communication Ability with total 200 Questions 1 mark for each. Sectional wise details of the exam are given below in table format. The time allotted for ICET exam is 150 Minutes (2 ½ hours). The students have to answer on OMR Sheet which the Examination board provided for each student. The students have to be careful when they were using the OMR Sheet like Handle with care (Not to fold, Wrinkle or tear the OMR Sheet in any Circumstances).

AP & TS I-CET Exam Pattern/Structure
Sections
Topics
Questions
Analytical Ability
Data Sufficiency
20
Problem Solving
55
Mathematical Ability
Arithmetical Ability
35
Algebraical and Geometrical Ability
30
Statistical
10
Communication Ability
Vocabulary
10

Business & Computer Terminology
10
Functional Grammar
15
Reading Comprehension
15
Total
200 questions for 200 Marks
Time duration is 2 ½ hours

Official Sites of I-CET: In Andhra Pradesh apicet.net.in
                                        In Telangana tsicet.org

Written Exam Pattern of AP-EAMCET & TS-EAMCET for Engineering

EAMCET Exam Pattern for Engineering Courses: EAMCET is an entrance test for technical courses admission in both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The Full form of EAMCET is Engineering Agriculture & Medical Common Entrance Test. Here we give you information about the EAMCET-Engineering Exam Pattern. EAMCET (Engineering) is conducted every year for admissions into the first year of Professional Courses which they offered in their notification. The Professional courses comes under this EAMCET (Engineering) are B.E, B.Tech, B.Tech(Ag. Engg), B.Tech(Dairy Technology), B.Tech(Bio-Technology), B.Tech(FST), B.Sc(CA&BM) (MPC), B.Pharm (MPC) &  Pharm-D (MPS). 
EAMCET Exam Pattern
                   The students who were interested in any of these courses can apply for this based on the board notification. The students who were applied for EAMCET (Engineering) have to know about the written exam pattern and syllabus. After collecting the complete information about the exam only they can plan for preparation and practice for the exam. Maximum topics of each section related to their intermediate syllabus, they just need to concentrate more on it and need to learn the short cuts for improve their fastness in the exam. Based on the rank only they got admission in the specific college that is the number one college (Top Most in Recruitment) or not. Onething we have to remember is all colleges are same in education wise but how we can improve ourselves is matters the most. In this article we provided the information of written exam pattern and in which marks base they will give the rank.

EAMCET (Engineering): This test is for the courses of B.E, B.Tech, B.Tech(Ag. Engg), B.Tech(Dairy Technology), B.Tech(Bio-Technology), B.Tech(FST), B.Sc(CA&BM) (MPC), B.Pharm (MPC) &  Pharm-D (MPS). This Test is eligible in both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana states technical institute’s admissions and also conducts both states in different dates. Names of EAMCET exams conducted in each state are AP-EAMCET in Andhra and TS_EAMCET in Telangana. But students have chance to get admission in both states with any of the exam (either AP-EAMCET or TS-EAMCET).

Exam Pattern: EAMCET (Engineering) is an object oriented written exam and consists of three sections Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. EAMCET (Engineering) will be conducted with 160 objective questions (Mathematics-80 Physics-40 and Chemistry-40) and time duration for the exam is 3 hours. The EAMCET (Engineering) answering model is through OMR Sheet, the student need to take more care when they are using OMR Sheet because in the entire exam we need to mark the answer in OMR and the correction will be done by the computerized machine, that’s why OMR Sheet won’t be folded in the entire exam. The Written Exam pattern of EAMCET (Engineering) is given below in table format.

AP & TS EAMCET (Engg) Exam Pattern
Subject
No. of Questions
Mathematics
80
Physics
40
Chemistry
40
Total
160
Time duration is 3 hours

Rank:  Rank will be calculated based on both the EAMCET (Engineering) Score and Intermediate Marks.i.e., they will took 75% weightage to the marks secured in EAMCET (Engineering) and 25% weightage to the marks secured in relevant group subjects i.e., Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry. 

SBI Exam Pattern for Junior Associate (Customer Support & Sales) and Junior Agricultural Associate Posts

The New Exam Pattern of SBI for Junior Associate Post (Clerical Cadre): State Bank of India changed its written exam pattern in clerical cadre recruitment also. Here we provided the complete information about the changed or the new exam pattern of State Bank of India’s recruitment process for Junior Associate posts which comes under clerical category. The Recruitment process of SBI contains two written examinations; preliminary exam and Main exam, both the exam are conducted through online and the questions are objective type. This time SBI launches a new type of pattern for each section in the sense of timing. They will allocate separate timings for each section in Main examination. We hope that the below given information will be helpful to understand the exam pattern of SBI Recruitment for Junior Associate Posts. The Written Exam syllabus, Exam pattern, Eligibility criteria, How to apply & some related information of State Bank of India’s (SBI’s) Recruitment process are given in detailed manner which is helpful to understand easily.
SBI Jr Associate Exampattern

SBI Recruitment Process for Junior Associate posts (Clerks): As per changed pattern of the state bank of India’s recruitment process they will conduct two online examinations. They are Preliminary Exam and Main Exam. All the candidates who were applied for the recruitment process will be invited for the preliminary examination. After completion of the Preliminary exam they will release the results within 20 days or 1 month. The candidates who were qualified in Preliminary exam will be invited for the main examination. After releasing the results of main exam the qualified candidates will be invited for interview. Final selection is based on the score of Main Exam and Interview (If Interview is held).
Phase-I: Preliminary Examination
Phase-II: Main Examination
Phase-III: Interview (Subject to Govt. of India Approval)

Preliminary Exam Pattern of SBI: SBI’s Preliminary Exam consists of three sections English Language, Numerical Ability and Reasoning Ability. Preliminary exam of SBI is an objective type with 100 questions 1 mark for each and the exam is conducted through online. The candidate need to qualify on each section based on the cut off marks of the organization. There is negative marking system for each wrong answered question i.e., 1/4th mark. Time duration for SBI’s Preliminary exam is 1 hour.
Preliminary Exam Pattern of SBI for Junior Associate post (Clerks)
Section Name
No. of Questions
Marks
English
30
30
Numerical Ability
35
35
Reasoning Ability
35
35
Total
100
100
Time duration is one hour

Main Exam Pattern of SBI: It is an objective type online examination which consists of four sections General Awareness, General English, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude. Time duration for the entire test is 2 hrs 40 minutes but this online exam has special pattern compared to previous year exam i.e., each section has their own time limit. This will be useful to the candidates to attend each section without tension because the time duration is better than any other examinations. There is negative marking system for each wrong answered questions i.e., 1/4th mark of that question.

Main Exam pattern of SBI for Junior Associate Post (Clerks)
Section Name
No. of Questions
Marks
Time Duration
General/Financial  Awareness
50
50
35 Minutes
General English
40
40
35 Minutes
Quantitative Aptitude
50
50
45 Minutes
Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude
50
60
45 Minutes
Total
190
200
2hrs 40 Mins


SSC CGL Tier-I and Tier-II Computer based Exam Syllabus

SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination Syllabus: Staff Selection Commission will conduct two written examination in their CGL (Combined Graduate Level) recruitment process. They are Tier- I and Tier-II, in this article we provide you the information about these two written examinations syllabus. The candidates who were applied or interested for this SSC CGL Recruitment need to know about the written exam patterns and related syllabus. We provided sectional-wise syllabus of each paper and we hope that the below given information will be useful to you.
SSC CGL Syllabus

Syllabus of Tier-I Exam: now the SSC CGL Tier-I exam is computer based means online test. Tier-I Exam consists of four sections and 25 questions for each section 2 marks for each question. They are General Intelligence & Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude and English Comprehension. This exam consists of objective type questions  and time duration for the exam is 1 hour 15 minutes. Syllabus details of each section in SSC CGL Tier-I Exam is given below.


Section Name
Syllabus
1
General Intelligence & Reasoning
1) Analogies
2)Similarities & Differences
3)Space Visualization
4)Spatial Orientation
5)Problem Solving
6)Analysis
7)Judgment
8)Decision Making
9)Visual Memory
10)Discrimination
11)Observation
12) Relationship concepts(Blood Relations)
13)Arithmetical Reasoning & Figural Classification
14)Number Series
15) Non-verbal series
16)Coding & Decoding
17) Statements & conclusions
18) Syllogistic Reasoning
2
General Awareness
General Knowledge and
Current affairs (India & its neighbouring countries History, culture, Geography, Economic Science, General Policy & Scientific Research)
3
Quantitative Aptitude
1)Problems on numbers (Computation)
2)Ratio & Proportion
3)Square Roots
4)Averages
5)Interests (Simple & Compound)
6)Profit & Loss
7)Partnerships
8)Mixture & allegation
9)Time & Distance
10)Time & Work
11)Basic Algebraic Identities (School Algebra & Elementary Surds)
12)Graphs of Linear Equations
13)Triangle and its various kinds of centers
14)Congruence and similarities of Triangles
15)Circle & its Chords
16) Tangents
17)Angles Subtended by chords of circle
18)common tangents to 2 or more circles
19)Triangles
20)Quadrilaterals
21)Regular Polygons
22)Circle
23)Right Prism
24)right Circular Cone
25)Right Circular cylinder
 26)Sphere and Hemi Sphere
27)rectangular Parallelepiped
28)Regular right pyramid with triangular or square base
29)Trigonometric Ratio
30)Degree and Radian Measures
31)standard Identities
32)Complementary Angles
33)Heights & Distances
34)Histogram
35)Frequency Polygon
36)Bar diagram & pie chart
4
English Comprehension
This section is to check the Vocabulary knowledge and writing skill of the candidate

Syllabus of Tier-II Exam: SSC CGL Tier-II also computer based and this exam consists of four papers. They are Paper-I Quantitative Aptitude, Paper-II English Language & Comprehension, Paper-III Statistics and Paper-IV Finance & Accounts.  Syllabus details of Tier-II Exam are as follows. Check the syllabus of each paper which you want to know for your preparation. We just hope this information will help you in your preparation.
 Paper Number & Topic
Syllabus
Paper –I : Quantitative Ability (200 Marks)
This paper syllabus is also same as Tier-I Exam 3rd section
Paper-II: English Language & Comprehension (200 Marks)
1)Spot the errors
2)Fill in the blanks
3)Synonyms & Antonyms
4)Spelling/detecting miss-spelt words
5) Idioms & Phases
6)one word substitution,
7)Improvement of sentence,
8)Active/Passive voice
9)Direct & indirect speech
10)Shuffling of sentence parts
11)Shuffling of Sentences in a passage
12)Close test
13) Comprehension passage
Paper –III : Statistics (200 Marks)
1)Collection Classification and Presentation of Statistical Data
2)Measures of Central tendency
3)Measures of Dispersion
4)Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis
5)Correlation & Regression
6)Probability Theory
7)Random Variable & Probability Distributions
8)Sampling theory
9)statistical Inference
10)Analysis of Variance
11)Time Series Analysis
12)Index Numbers
Paper –IV: General Studies (Finance & Economics)
A) Finance & Accounts (80 Marks)
Fundamental Principles and basic concepts of accounting
B) Economics & Governance (120 Marks)
1) comptroller & Auditor general of India-constitutional provisions, Role and responsibility
2)Finance Commission Role & functions
3)Basic concepts of Economics and Introduction to Micro Economics
4) Theory of Demand & Supply
5)Theory of Production & cost
6)Forms of Market and Price determination in different markets
7)Indian economy
8)Economic Reforms in India
9)Money & Banking
10)Role of Information Technology in Governance

SSC Combined Graduate Level Tier-II Online Exam Pattern

SSC CGL Tier-II Exam Pattern: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) written exam pattern for combined graduate level Tier-II. In Staff Selection Commission recruitment for Combined Graduate Level contains two online objective type examination that is Tier-I and Tier-II. The SSC CGL Tier-I exam pattern is common for all the required posts. The candidates who were qualified in SSC CGL Tier-I will be invited for the SSC CGL Tier- II examination. The aspirants have to know about the online objective exam pattern of Both SSC CGL Tier-I and Tier-II. Here we give you the both exam pattern details including written exam syllabus of each section.
SSC Tier-II Exam Pattern
The Staff selection commission’s both CGL Tier – I and Tier- II examination are objective type. The SSC CGL – II contains four papers paper-I, Paper-II, Paper-III and Paper- IV. The first two were common to all category posts. But paper – III and IV are for the specified post, we provide the detailed information below in tabular format.

How to Apply for SSC CGL: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) basic registration is available throughout the year. First the candidate has to register in the official site after completion of the basic registration they will provide you the registration number and password. If there is any recruitment notification is available then candidate can apply for it with that registration number.

SSC CGL Recruitment Process: Staff Selection Commission’s Combined Graduate Level Examination contains three level of tests Tier-I, Tier-II & Tier-III. Both Tier- I & Tier-II Exams are objective type. Tier-III is Descriptive test which is introduced recently. Tier – IV is computer Proficiency Test/Skill Test. The candidates who were qualified in Tier-I will be invited for the Tier- II examination. Tier- I is common for all candidates and in Tier-II there are 4 papers, Paper-I, II, III & IV. First 2 papers are common for all in Tier-II Exam and remaining 2 papers are for specified post. Tier-III is also for all category posts and Tier-IV depends on the post the candidate applies.

Tier – I & Tier - II: Objective type Computer Based Examination

Tier- III: Descriptive Test (English/Hindi)

Tier – IV: Computer Proficiency Test/Skill Test (wherever applicable)

SSC CGL Tier-II Written Exam Pattern: Mainly the SSC CGL Tier-II Examination has four papers; paper-I, paper-II, Paper-III & Paper-IV with 200 marks for each. The SSC CGL Tier-II Examination will be conducted over 2 days. The first two papers are compulsory for all posts. Third paper is for Statistical Investigator Grade-II & compiler and fourth paper for Assistant Audit Officer. The written exam patterns of all these papers of SSC CGL Tier-II are given below.

SSC CGL Tier-II Exam Pattern
Paper -I
Quantitative Ability
100 Questions
200 Marks
Paper-II
English Language & Comprehension
200 Questions
200 Marks
Paper-III
Statistics
100 Questions
200 Marks
Paper-IV
General Studies (Finance & Economics)

200 Marks
Time duration is 2 hrs for each paper
Paper – I and II are for all category post
Paper – III is only for Statistical Investigator Grade-II & compiler
Paper – IV is only for Assistant Audit Officer

SSC CGL Tier-III Exam Pattern: Tier-III exam is descriptive type and the time duration for the exam is 60 minutes. in this descriptive test you have to use pen and paper to write Essay/precis/Letter/Application. This Tier-III exam is for 100 Marks.

The final merit list of candidates is based on Tier-I, Tier-II and Tier-III marks and the candidate need to qualify all these three exams, there is no sectional cut off.