Download Syllabus of Madhya Pradesh Dakiya (Postman) & MailGuard Exam 2016: The Pattern and Syllabus for the examination consist of four parts – GK/ Maths/ English and Regional Language. The marks obtained in Aptitude test will be taken to draw merit in each division and selection will be purely on merit basis. It is further stated that If two or more candidates secure equal marks in Aptitude test and they are standing in the last position in the merit list, then it is clearly stated that the candidate senior in age will be considered for selection.
The applicants shall be subjected to an Aptitude Test with a total 100 maximum marks covering the following subjects/ topics. Aptitude test will be comprising four parts (Part A, B C(i) & C(ii) ). There is no negative marking.
|A- General Knowledge (25 marks with 25 questions of 1 mark each)||Topics: Geography. Indian History, Freedom Struggle. Culture & Sports, General Policy & Constitution of India, Economics, General Science, Current Affairs and Reasoning & Analytical ability of 10th standard. (Examiner may set 2 to 3 questions from each topic)|
|B- Mathematics (25 marks with 25 questions of 1 mark each)||Topics: Number systems, computation of whole Numbers, Decimals & Fractions, Relationship between Numbers, Fundamental arithmetical operations, percentages, Ration & Proportions, Profit & Loss, Simple Interest, Average, Discount, Partnership, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Use of Tables & Graphs, Mensuration. (Examiner may set 1 to 2 questions from each topic)|
|C(i)- English (25 marks with 25 questions of 1 mark each)||Topics: Articles, Prepositions, Conjuctions, tenses, verbs, synonyms & Antonyms, vocabulary, sentence structure, Proverbs, Phrases, questions from small unseen passage. Etc. (Examiner may set five questions from one unseen passage and 2 to 3 questions from remaining topics)|
|C(ii)- Regional Language (25 marks with 25 questions of 1 mark each)||Topics (for Hindi)- Shabd Pad, Kriya Bhed, Mishr & Sanyukt Vakya, Vakyo ka Rupantaran, Swar Sandhi, Alankar, Samas, Muhavare & Lokoktiyan, Ashudh Vakya Shodhan, Apathit Gadyansh. (Examiner may set five questions from one Apathit Gadyansh and 2 to 3 questions from remaining topics)|
The duration of the Aptitude Test will be for 2 hours (120 minutes)
- The questions on General Knowledge and Mathematics will also be supplied in the Regional Language i.e. Hindi in addition to English.
- One blank page will be kept at the end of Question paper Booklet for rough work by the candidates.
- Qualifying Marks :
- Parts A and B – Minimum 10 marks for OC , 8 marks for SC/ ST and 9 marks for OBC candidates in each part.
- Parts C (Two Segments)- Minimum 10 marks for OC, 8 marks for SC/ ST and 9 marks for OBC candidates in each segment.
- 40 % marks for OC, 33 marks for SC/ ST and 37 marks for OBC candidates in aggregate.