Scheme of written Examination
WRITTEN EXAMINATION: - Full Marks : 85;
The Written Examination will have 85 Multiple Choice (Four choices) Objective Type Questions (MCQs) carrying 1 mark each. The duration of the written examination will be seventy five minutes. Question in the Written Examination shall be in the following subjects (of class VIII standard of West Bengal Board of Secondary Education):-
|A. General Studies (History, Geography, Physical Sc., Bio-Science, Environmental Science)
||- 40 Marks (40 questions)
|B. Language Paper (Bengali/ Nepali/ Hindi/ Urdu)
|| - 10 Marks (10 questions)
|C. Mathematics (Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry)
||- 35 Marks (35 questions)
The candidates are expected to fill up the correct blank space against a question no. on the OMR Answer Sheet. The Question Paper for General Studies and Mathematics will be in English and Bengali, but the Answers will have to be filled up correctly in OMR Sheet.
There will be negative marking for the wrong answer and ½ marks will be deducted for every wrong answer. West Bengal Group D Recruitment Board will decide the prescribed scheme and syllabus for the Written Examination. The qualifying marks in the Written Examination will be fixed by the West Bengal Group D Recruitment Board.
INTERVIEW: - Full Marks – 15
A limited number of candidates on the basis of the result of the Written Examination and proportionate to the vacancy will be called for Interview. In the Interview, the general awareness and suitability of the candidate for public service will be tested. The Interview will be conducted by the West Bengal Group D Recruitment Board centrally.
On the basis of the marks obtained in the Written Examination and the Interview, a merit list of the provisionally selected candidates will be prepared by the West Bengal Group D Recruitment Board.