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UPPSC RO & ARO Exam Complete Study Notes Available


Date : January 2020


Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission UPPSC Invites Online Application Form for the Recruitment Post of Review Officer RO, ARO Assistant Review Officer (Samiksha Adhikari) Vacancy 2018-19. Those candidate who are Interested And Eligible for the Recruitment Post can Apply Online at UPPCS Official website.

Total Vacancy : 460 Post And Special (Backlog) : 05 Post

Remember these dates

Appy Online Start : 11 January 2019

Last Date For Apply Online : 18 January 2019

Last Date For Fee Payment : 18 January 2019

Last Date For Receipt Hard Copy : 28 January 2019

Mains Exam Date : 17-20 February 2019

About Exam :

All those Eligible Candidates Who filled there Application form Successfully will face the Exam. The exam Will be held on 08.04.2018 (tentatively). More Details are as Provided Below.

Nowadays Competition Level become very high so Competitive Exams gets too tougher. Students facing critical problem of “What to prepare” and “How to prepare” to give their best in their exams. So, here we are providing the latest Syllabus & Exam Pattern of RO & ARO Pre Exam conducting by Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC).

Exam Pattern : Exam Pattern for the RO & ARO written Exam is as Follows:-

Preliminary Exam

► The Preliminary written test will be multiple choice objective type.
► There will be two papers in this examination.

Subject No of Question/ Max Marks
General Studies (Paper I) 140
General Hindi (Paper II) 60

► There Will be a Negative Marking of one third (0.33) Marks of the marks assigned.
► The time duration for Paper-I and Paper-II will be 02:00 hours and 01:00 hours respectively.

Main Exam

► The Main written test will be multiple choice objective type.
► There will be three papers in this examination.

Subject

No of Question

Max Marks

Time Duration

General Studies

120

120

2 Hours

General Hindi and Drafting

Part – 1 (Conventional)

100

2 1/2 Hours

Part-2 General Vocabulary (Objective Type)

60

1/2 Hour

Hindi Essay

120

3 Hours

► There Will be a Negative Marking of one third (0.33) Marks of the marks assigned.

Exam Syllabus : Exam Syllabus for RO ARO written Exam is given below :-

Paper-I (General Studies)

General Studies : The paper of General Studies will include questions on the following topics :-

1. General Science,
2. History of India,
3. Indian National Movement,
4. Indian Polity, Economy & Culture,
5. Indian Agriculture, Commerce and Trade.
6. Population, Ecology and Urbanization (in India Context)
7. World Geography and Geography and Natural Resources of India.
8. Current National and International Important Events.
9. General Intelligentsia.
10. Special Knowledge regarding Education, Culture, Agriculture, Industry, Trade, Living & Social Traditions of Uttar Pradesh.

General Science : Question of General Science will cover general appreciation and understanding of Science, including matters of everyday observation and experience, as may be expected of a well educated person who has not made a special study of any scientific discipline.

Current Events of National and International Importance : Questions will be asked from Indian Current Events, General Science, General Knowledge. Focus will be mainly on Current affairs of National & International news, Important dates, Current Science, Technology, Sports & Culture.

History of India : History of India emphasis should be on broad understanding of economic, Social, Cultural and Political aspects of Indian History.

Indian national Movement : In Indian national Movement, the candidates are expected to have a synoptic view of the nature and character of the Indian freedom movement, growth of nationalism and attainment of Independence.

Indian polity and Economy : In Indian Polity and economy, questions will test knowledge of the candidate pertaining to Indian Polity including the Indian Constitution. Panchayati Raj and community Development, broad features of Indian economy and planning.

World Geography and population : In world geography and population, only General understanding of the subject will be expected with emphasis on physical/ecological, economic and socio-demographic aspects of Geography of India.

General Intelligentsia : Focus on Comprehensional Reasoning, Venn Diagrams, Number Series, Coding and de-coding, Problem Solving Techniques, Statement & Conclusion type questions, arithmetic reasoning, arithmetical number series, non-verbal series, syllogistic reasoning, Seating Arrangements.

Paper-II (General Hindi)

(1) Opposites (10 words)
(2) Sentence and Correction in framing (10 sentences)
(3) One word for several words (10 words)
(4) Same usage and same nature words (10 words)
(5) A Noun as Defined by an adjective & an adjectives (10 words)
(6) Synonymous words (10 words)

General Studies :- (Like Preliminary Exam.)

General Hindi and Drafting :-

Part – 1 (Conventional) :-

(1) Heading of Given Passage, Precis and explanation of the under lined parts.

(2) Precis in Tabular Form of any given Govt. Letter

(3) Correspondence

(i) Official/Demi official letter

(ii) Office Memo/Memo/Circular

(iii) Communique / Annotation & Reports / Reminder

(4) Definition Vocabulary (Administrative and Commercial)

(i) English to Hindi  (five words)

(ii) Hindi to English  (five words)

(iii) Idioms and Phrases

(5) Computer Knowledge

Part-2 General Vocabulary (Objective Type)

(1) Opposites

(2) Sentence and Correction in framing

(3) One word for several words

(4) Same usage and same nature words

(5) Derived by a noun & Adjective

Hindi Essay

There will be three questions in this paper. Selecting One heading (A/B/C) from each question Essays will have to be written (in given words Limit)

(1)

(A) Literature and Cultures words limit 600

(B) Social Field

(C) Political Field

(2)

(A) Science, Ecology and Technology words limit 600

(B) Economical Field

(C) Agriculture and Commerce

(3)

(A) National and International Events (words limit 600)

(B) Natural Calamities – Earth Stumbling, Cyclone, Earthquake, Flood, Drought etc.

(C) National Development Plans.

For the aforesaid posts, the syllabi of question papers pertaining to translations, are as under-

Syllabus for Samiksha Adhikari (Hindi)

Translation from English to Hindi and from Hindi to English

Part-1 (Translation from English to Hindi)

  • Translation from English to Hindi of an extract from a Press Communique,Press Article or Government Resolution.
  • Translation from English to Hindi of a section or some Sectionsof an Act of the legislature.
  • Explanation of common expressions, clichés etc, which might be met with in either of the above, technical-official words.

Part-2 (Translation from Hindi to English)

  • Translation of a portion of news paper article, speech, letter etc.
  • Translation of words and expressions commonly used in the above circumstances into idiomatic equivalents in English.
  • Explanation of common expressions, clichés, etc, which might be met with in either of the above, technical-official words.

Syllabus for Samiksha Adhikari (Urdu)

Translation from English to Urdu and from Urdu to English

Part-1 (Translation from English to Urdu)

  • Translation from English to Urdu of an extract from a Press Communique, Press Article or Government Resolution.
  • Translation from English to Urdu of a section or some Sections of an Act of the legislature.
  • Explanations of common expressions, clichés, etc, which might be met with in either of the above, technical-official words.

Part-2 (Translation from Urdu to English)

  • Translation of a portion of news paper article, speech, letter etc.
  • Translation of words and expressions commonly used in the above circumstances into idiomatic equivalents in English.
  • Explanation of common expressions, clichés, etc, which might be met with in either of the above technical-official words.