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I. The selection for each post will be made through a written examination (OMR based/ Computer Based) consisting of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and Skill Test (qualifying in nature) wherever applicable. Only the shortlisted candidates based on merit position of written test and reservation etc. will be called for skill test in the ratio of 1:4. (i.e against 1 vacancy, 4 candidates will be shortlisted for Skill Test.)
II. For the posts of Draftsman ‘C’ and Tradesman ‘B’, only candidates who qualify the Skill Test will be considered for final selection. Final selection will be based on merit of written test only.
III. Merit Lists on the basis of written test will be prepared Region-wise for each post and vacancies will be filled Regionwise.
IV. In case more than one candidate secures equal marks, tie shall be resolved by Date of Birth with older candidate placed higher in merit. V. Verification of requisite documents will be done on the day of skill test/ before skill test.
The Written Examination will be Objective type (OMR based/ Computer Based ) consisting of 100 Questions as per the details given below :
There will be separate question paper for Draftsman ‘C’and Tradesman’B’ as per the following scheme:
There will be separate question paper for Lab Assistant ‘A’ and Lab Assistant ‘B’ as per the following scheme:
The question paper for the post of Helper will be as per the following scheme:
– Question paper will be bilingual i.e in English and Hindi for the post of Helper.
– Every Question will carry 1 (one) mark and there will be negative marking of 0.25 mark for each wrong answer.
– On the basis of marks obtained in the Written Examination, candidates will be shortlisted for the next stage of recruitment process i.e the Skill Test (where ever applicable)
– Marks secured by the candidates in the Written Examination shall be counted towards preparation of final Merit List.