CG PATWARI INFO
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CHHATTISGARH VYAPAM PATWARI INFO 2019 DETAILS
|Name of the Organisation||Chhattisgarh Patwari achievement Board|
|Name Of the Posts||Patwari Posts|
|Number Of Vacancies||250 Posts|
|Admit Card cathartic Date||Before one week of test|
|Exam Date||17 March 2019|
CG PATWARI TEST PATTERN 2019
|S.No||Type of the Exam||Name of the |
|Number Of Questions||Number Of Marks|
|3||Written Test||General |
|Total of 150 questions |
from all subjects
|3||Written Test||Numerical Ability|
Syllabus For General Knowledge
- Chhattisgarh – Polity & Economy.
- Chhattisgarh – History.
- Indian National Movement.
- Geography – India & World.
- Chhattisgarh – Geography.
- Indian Constitution.
- Indian Polity & Governance.
- Cultural Heritage.
- About India.
- Science & Technology
- History – India & World.
Syllabus For Reasoning
- Number Series.
- Non-Verbal Series.
- Decision Making.
- Number Ranking.
- Cubes and Dice.
- Arithmetical Reasoning.
- Embedded Figures.
- Alphabet Series.
- Mirror Images.
- Blood Relations.
- Clocks & Calendars.
Syllabus For Numerical Ability
Decimal & Fractions.
Profit and Loss.
Time and Distance.
Ratio and Proportions.
Mixtures & Allegations.
Problems on Ages.
HCF & LCM.
Simple and compound interest
Time and Work.
Syllabus For English
Idioms & Phrases.
Fill within the Blanks.
How to prepare for CG Patwari
For the preparation of CG PATWARI examination, the first and foremost tip is to have a proper and strategic revision plan.
What everyone does is takes a simple look at the concerned syllabus and then pick up a book.
They then start reading the books from A-Z. When you have less time (for example 3 months) studying books from start to finish is totally stupid and a waste of time.
Based on the time there is to prepare, a proper strategy needs to be employed.
You need to base your preparation on 2 things: the importance of the subjects and your subjects’ strength.
Different students have different subjects that they are strong in, so you need to choose the subjects that you are strong in and focus most of your effort in those subjects.
These subjects will provide you with maximum marks and increase your confidence.
The next important thing coming in good preparation is the prediction of trends of the question paper.
Every paper is going to have something common. Some questions are definite to repeat and based on some concepts, questions are definite to be asked.
So, make sure you cover those topics and be thorough with those topics as quickly as possible.
There may also be the inclusion of new topics now that the trend is slightly changing.
So, keep that in mind too and spare time for these new topics too.
Make a habit of reading current affairs every day.
Read newspapers, install news apps on your phone and include news notifications in your computer/laptop.
Be aware of the current affairs to the latest and this section becomes super-scoring for you.
Prepare notes in the form of one-liners so that you can memorize it quickly and can re-read it later with ease and convenience.
The ·Next thing you need to do is make a schedule of study hours in a day.
Make a proper schedule of when you are going to study in a day.
During that time keep yourself away from all sources of distractions.
It’s better if you have a closed room, away from the noise for better concentration.
Keep modifying your schedule as per your need and maintain the number of hours in your study as a constant. Perseverance is the key.
·You will need smartness and bravery for the next one. In order to score better, you might need to leave some topics that you are weak in.
If you focus on the parts you are strong at and leave the unimportant parts, you will be well off and will score well in the paper with ease.
You need to be matured and smart enough to know that you may not be strong in all the subjects and so it’s better to focus on the ones you are.
A thorough analysis of papers is necessary. What questions are your weak points, what kind of mistakes you are making?
Is it all silly mistakes or are there conceptual mistakes as well.
What number of questions are being asked from the subjects in which you are not strong, is there any pattern to be observed.
All these need to be acknowledged thoroughly, for better preparation in the paper.
How much do you need to score? Well, for the portions you are not strong in, score at least 60-70%, and for the portions, you are strong in, score 80-90%.
This will give you a decent overall score and hopefully, you will be there in the merit list.
All of this is okay, but one thing you need to make sure is that you memorise the syllabus thoroughly.
It needs to be at the tip of your tongue at all times and you need to be perfectly clear on what topics are being covered and what is not being asked in the examination.