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What is the selection process of Lower Division Clerk in Naval Dockyard? Question pattern of this written exam?


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Can anyone of you tell me about the question pattern of Lower Division Clerk exam of Naval Dockyard? I want to know about the question pattern of the written exam and also the selection procedure for this post.




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31st August 2016, 11:54 PM
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Default Re: What is the selection process of Lower Division Clerk in Naval Dockyard? Question pattern of this written exam?

Lower Division Clerk is associated with daily office works and required to take responsibility of the day to day operations in the office in smooth and efficient manner. They have to perform simple tasks in their allotted offices and are asked to maintain the data, files and documents of the office in proper places.

Eligibility criteria to apply for LDC in Ministry of Defense :-

-The candidates must have passed 12th class from a recognized board/University.

-The candidate must have 35 wpm typing speed in English or 30 wpm in Hindi.

-The candidate age should be in between 18 to 25 years. There is relaxation in age limit for reserved category candidates as per the rules.

Selection of candidate is made based on their performance in Written Exam, Physical Tests/Endurance Tests, Interview.

Official website of Ministry Of Defence is www.indianarmy.nic.in


The syllabus for Indian Navy LDC Exam:

General Intelligence

English Language

Numerical Aptitude

General Awareness

Exam pattern :

Time Allowed (General Candidates) : 2 Hours

Time Allowed (Visually Handicapped) :2 Hours 20 mins

Question Paper type : Objective Multiple Choice Type

Total Marks : 200 Marks.




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