There are six subjects, which are covered by BSPHCL JAC Exam - Commerce, Basic Knowledge of Computer, General Hindi, General English and Comprehension, Logical Reasoning and General Knowledge. Their syllabi are explained below one by one:
Commerce: This subjects includes Company Accounts Introduction, Company’s Act 1956 (with amendments), Audit & Financial Management, Taxation – Direct/ Indirect, Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss Accounts, Costing & cost analysis, Accounting concept, Single entry system and rectification of error and Bank reconciliation statement.
Basic Knowledge of Computer
Basic Concept of Computer (Hardware & Software): Computer Software, Operating System and Computer language.
Fundamental of Computers: CPU, Memory, Hard Disk, Input/ Output Devices and Knowledge of Number System.
Basic Knowledge of MS Office: MS Word, MS Excel and MS Powerpoint
Basic Knowledge of Internet: Web browser, E-mail, Search Engines and Web servers
Basic Knowledge of Computer Network: LAN, WAN and MODEM.
Basic Knowledge of Cyber Security: Virus, Malware etc., Warm, Internet security, Network security and Firewall.
General Hindi: It is of class X level and covers Grammar, Vocabulary, Comprehension, Fill in the Blanks, Error Detection, Antonyms, Synonyms and Phrases/Muhavare.
General English & Comprehension: This subject is also of class X level and covers Synonyms, Antonyms, One word substitution, Error detection, Idioms & Phrases and Passage Comprehension.
Logical Reasoning: It covers Analogies, Similarities, Problem – Solving, Differences, Analysis, Relationship Concepts, Observation, Verbal and Figure Classification, Space Visualization, Decision Making, Arithmetical Number Series, Arithmetical Reasoning, Judgement, Visual Memory and Discrimination.
General Knowledge: This subject covers Current Affairs- National & International, Indian History, Indian Geography, Indian Constitution, Indian Culture, Heritage Indian Polity and Science & Technology.
BSPHCL JAC Exam Pattern 2018
Prior to appearing at the exam, it is very important for candidates to familiarize themselves with the exam pattern. Otherwise, they may face problems and land in a trouble. The complete information is provided below one by one:
- There will be a computer-based exam.
- If candidates will be more than 15000, then under this condition, the exam may be divided into two parts—Preliminary and Mains. The former is held for shortlisting of candidates.
- There will be objective type questions in both preliminary and mains exams.
The minimum qualifying marks in the CBT exam will be 40%, 36.5%, 34%, and 32% for General, BC, EBC and SC/ST/ Female candidates respectively.