Pattern Of Examination

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Pattern of Exam
Pattern of Exam

 

CHEMICAL SCIENCES PART A PART B PART C TOTAL
Total questions 20 40 60 120
Max No of Questions to attempt 15 35 25 75
Marks for each correct answer 2 2 4 200
Marks for each incorrect answer (Negative marking for part A, B & C is @ 25%) 0.5 0.5 1
 
Earth Atmospheric Ocean and Planetary Sciences PART-A PART B PART C TOTAL
Total questions 20 50 80 150
Max No of Questions to attempt 15 35 25 75
Marks for each correct answer 2 2 4 200
Marks for each incorrect answer (Negative marking for part A, B & C is @ 25%) 0.5 0.5 1.32
 
LIFE SCIENCES PART PART B PART C TOTAL
Total questions 20 50 75 145
Max No of Questions to attempt 15 35 25 75

 

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES PART A PART B PART C TOTAL
Total questions 20 40 60 120
Max No of Questions to attempt 15 25 20 60
Marks for each correct answer 2 3 4.75 200
Marks for each incorrect answer (Negative marking in Part A & B is @ 25%; no negative marking

in Part C)

0.5 0.75 0
 
PHYSICAL SCIENCES PART A PART B PART C TOTAL
Total questions 20 25 30 75
Max No of Questions to attempt 15 20 20 55
Marks for each correct answer 2 3.5 5 200
Marks for each incorrect answer (Negative marking for part A, B &

C is @ 25%)

0.5 0.875 1.25

 

Chemical Sciences: The candidate is required to answer a maximum of 15, 35 and 25 questions from Part-A, Part-B and Part-C respectively. If more than the required number of questions are answered, only the first 15, 35 and 25 questions in Part A, Part B and Part C respectively will be taken up for evaluation. Below each question in Part A, Part B and Part C, four alternatives or responses are given. Only one of these alternatives is the “correct” option to the question. The candidate has to find, for each question, the correct or the best answer.

 

Earth Sciences: The candidate is required to answer a maximum of 15, 35 and 25 questions from Part-A, Part-B and Part-C respectively. If more than the required number of questions are answered, only the first 15, 35 and 25 questions in Part A, Part B and Part C respectively will be taken up for evaluation. Below each question in Part A, Part B and Part C, four alternatives or responses are given. Only one of these alternatives is the “correct” option to the question. The candidate has to find, for each question, the correct or the best answer.

 

Life Sciences: The candidate is required to answer a maximum of 15, 35 and 25 questions from Part-A, Part-B and Part-C respectively. If more than the required number of questions are answered, only the first 15, 35 and 25 questions in Part A, Part B and Part C respectively will be taken up for evaluation. Below each question in Part A, Part B and Part C, four alternatives or responses are given. Only one of these alternatives is the “correct” option to the question. The candidate has to find, for each question, the correct or the best answer.

 

Mathematical Sciences: The candidate is required to answer a maximum of 15, 25 and 20 questions from Part-A, Part-B and Part-C respectively. If more than the required number of questions are answered, only the first 15, 25 and 20 questions in Part A, Part B and Part C respectively will be taken up for evaluation. Below each question in Part A, Part B, four alternatives or responses are given. Only one of these alternatives is the “correct” option to the question. The candidate has to find, for each question, the correct or the best answer. In Part C each question may have “ONE” or “MORE” correct options. Credit in a question shall be given only on identification of “ALL” the correct options in Part C.

 

Physical Sciences: The candidate is required to answer a maximum of 15, 20 and 20 questions from Part-A, Part-B and Part-C respectively. If more than the required number of questions are answered, only the first 15, 20 and 20 questions in Part A, Part B and Part C respectively will be taken up for evaluation. Below each question in Part A, Part B and Part C, four alternatives or responses are given. Only one of these alternatives is the “correct” option to the question. The candidate has to find, for each question, the correct or the best answer.
Part ‘A’ shall be common to all subjects. This part shall contain questions pertaining to General Aptitude with emphasis on logical reasoning, graphical analysis, analytical and numerical ability, quantitative comparison, series formation, puzzles etc.
Part ‘B’ shall contain subject-related conventional Multiple Choice questions (MCQs), generally covering the topics given in the syllabus.
Part ‘C’ shall contain higher order questions that may test the candidate’s knowledge of scientific concepts and/or application of the scientific concepts. The questions shall be of analytical nature where a candidate is expected to apply scientific knowledge to arrive at the solution to the given scientific problem.

The test will be in Hindi and English version. Candidates opting for Hindi medium in the Application Form will be given bilingual paper, but candidates opting for English medium will be given only English version. Candidates are required to answer in the medium as per option exercised in the Application Form. In case of any ambiguity between Hindi and English version due to translation, English version would be treated as final

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