Qualifying subject

Qualifying subject

Question Paper – ‘A’ Qualifying subject

Hindi or any language included in the 8th Schedule of the Constitution Qualifying subject

  • One of the Indian languages, which is included in the Eighth Schedule to the Constitution, is selected by the candidate for the paper ‘A’.
  • This question paper will not be compulsory for candidates residing in Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Sikkim.
  • The integer of this paper is 300, in which the qualifying score is 75 (25%).
  • The pattern of questions will be broadly as follows –
    1. Comprehension of given passages
    2. Précis Writing
    3. Usage and Vocabulary
    4. Short Essay
    5. From English Translation from Indian language and Indian language to English (Translation from English to the Indian language and vice ‐ versa)

Question paper ‘B’

English language

  • The integer of this paper is 300, in which the qualifying score is 75 (25%).
  • The pattern of questions will be broadly as follows –
    1. Comprehension of given passages (
    Perception ) 2. Précis Writing (Abbreviation)
    3. Usage and Vocabulary (Word usage and word store)
    4. Short Essay (Short Essay)

Note:

  • Question papers of Indian languages ​​and English (Paper ‘A’ and Paper ‘B’) will be of matriculation or equivalent level in which only qualification will be required. The marks obtained in these question papers will not be counted in determining the order of merit.
  • Candidates are required to answer qualifying English and one Indian language question papers in English and related Indian language respectively (unless otherwise specified in a particular question).
  • All candidates’ essays, general studies and elective subject papers will be evaluated along with those qualifying papers in ‘Indian language’ and English, but, essays, general studies and elective subject papers will be considered only in case of such candidates. , Who score 25% in Indian language and 25% in English as minimum qualifying standards in these qualifying papers.

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