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Examination will be held on 14, 21 April 2013.
Scheme of Examination: In Tier-I exam all candidates will have only one paper which is divided into four parts. Each part consists 50 questions where every question carries 1 mark. The total marks are 200. The candidate should complete the exam within the time i.e, 2 hours 40 minutes. The four parts are..
Section Marks
English 50
Arithmetic 50
Reasoning 50
General awareness 50
Syllabus:
English: 
This part consists 50 questions. The questions will be asked mainly from Synonyms, Antonyms, Correction of sentences, Parts of speach, Idioms and phrases, Improvement sentences, One word substitution, Correction of spelling, Passage etc.
Arithmetic (or) Numerical aptitude: The questions in this section will include on problems related toi) Number system

ii) Fractions
iii) H.C.F & L.C.M
iv) Simplifications
v) Percentage, square roots, cube roots
vi) Ratio & proportion
vii) Time and work
viii) Time and distance
ix) pipes and cisterns
x) S.I & C.I
xi) Problems on ages
xii) problems on Numbers
xiii) Mensuration
xiv) Clocks
xv) Calendars
xvi) Data interpretation
xvii) Fundamentals of Trigonometry, surds, indices, geometry, statistics etc.Reasoning & Intelligence: In this part questions will appear from both verbal and non verbal concepts. In verbal reasoning candidates should prepare for the following topics…
a) Series b) Analogy
c) Classification d) Direction test
e) Missing characters f) Coding and decoding
g) Alphabet test h) Dice
k) statement – conclusion l) Mathematical test
m) statement -Assumptions n) statement arguements

Non-verbal Reasoning questions are mainly in pictorial form, its main topics are
a) Analogy b) Classification c) Series
d) Mirror & water images e) Embedded figures f) Cubes & Dice

General awareness: The questions in this section appear from Indian History, Polity, Geography, Economy, General science, Current affairs etc.

Indian history: It is a vast subject but we can get more marks if we can prepare properly. The subject is diveded in to 3 sub-parts.

i) Ancient Indian history
ii) Medieval Indian history
iii) Modern Indian history
iv) National movement.

Polity: In this we go through the topics like Constitutional developments, Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties, Directive Principles of state policy, Union executive, state executive,
Judiciary.

Geography: It is divided in to world Geography and Indian geography. In world geography mainly concentrate on solar system, Continents, Rivers, Population, Rainfall, Vegetation, Industry, Minerals. In Indian geography concentrate on physiography , River system, Rainfall Natural vegetation, Industry, Rerourcy, Minerals and population etc.

Indian economy: Candidate should concentrate on Nature of Indian economy, National Income, poverty, Unemployment, Budget terminology, Fundamentals of economic survey etc.
General Science: It consists mainly Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Human anatomy, Sciene and technology candidates need to prepare basics in every subject with more examples.

Current Affairs: Concentrate on one year current affairs and major issues like National issues, International issues, Persons, places in news, sports, Awards and economical issues etc.

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