NPSC has released the notification for the post of LDA cum Computer Assistant and candidates can apply online from 10-07-2019 (10:00 am) to 09-08-2019 (12:00 noon). Every applicant who is going to appear for the exam must have knowledge about Exam Pattern and Syllabus. Check NPSC LDA cum Computer Assistant Exam Pattern 2019 with latest exam syllabus on this page. There shall be a common written examination for direct recruitment of Lower Division-cum-Computer Assistants for the NPSC, Vigilance Commission, CEO’s Office.
Check: NPSC LDA 17 Vacancies Notification 2019Apply Online Before – 09 August 2019
In NPSC LDA cum Computer Assistant Exam, there will be two papers containing the subjects of general English and general knowledge. All the questions of NPSC LDA Written Examination will be objective type and you will get the overall value of 200 marks of each paper (General English and General Knowledge). The candidates will need to complete the examination in the time duration of 03 hours for each paper. There will no negative marking for the wrong answers.
|General English||200||03 hours|
|General knowledge||200||03 hours|
The above table clearly explains the NPSC LDA cum Computer Assistant Exam Pattern for the Written Exam. Aspirants can start preparation for the Written Exam now onwards by using the NPSC LDA Syllabus 2019.
The Commission will select the candidates by conducting the two rounds. The first round is the Written Examination and the second round is the Computer Proficiency Test. The candidates who will clear the NPSC LDA cum Computer Assistant Written Examination with qualifying marks they will call for the next round i.e. Computer Proficiency Test Examination. Finally, the authorities will announce the final result based on the performance of candidates in the Written Examination and Computer Proficiency Test.
- All the questions will be objective type.
- There will be no negative marking.
- Candidates who clear the Written Exam will call for Computer Proficiency Test Examination.
- The Final Selection will be on the basis of marks obtained in Written Exam and Computer Proficiency Test.
We wish you all the best for your exam!