UPSC CISF AC (Exe) LDCE Syllabus 2020: The syllabus of the written exam for UPSC CISF AC (Exe) LDCE 2020 recruitment is published bu the Commission on the official website. To start with the preparation, it is important to know the syllabus of the exam. All the indicative topics and subjects based on which, the question paper is prepared are indicated in the UPSC CISF AC 2020 syllabus. Read this article to know the important topics and exam pattern of UPSC CISF AC exam 2020.
UPSC CISF AC (Exe) LDCE Syllabus 2020
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UPSC CISF AC LDCE 2020 Exam Pattern
Check out the exam pattern of UPSC CISF AC (Exe) LDCE 2020 below:
Paper I: General ability and Intelligence and Professional Skil
Duration of the exam: Candidates get the time of two and a half hours, to answer the questions.
Type of Questions: Multiple Choice Question Type
Number of Questions: Part A and part B has 75 questions each, which means paper I has total 150 questions
Total Marks: Part A and part B are of 150 marks each, which makes paper I, total of 300 marks
Medium of the Test: Candidates can choose between English or Hindi language, to answer.
Paper II: Essay, Precis Writing and Comprehension
Candidates can choose the language between English or Hindi to answer the essay component in paper II. It is important to know here that, Précis Writing and Comprehension Components could only be answered in English.
Duration: 02 hours
Total Marks: 100
Mock Tests To Cover UPSC CISF AC (Exe) LDCE Syllabus 2020
Candidates who are preparing for UPSC CISF AC LDCE 2020 exam, can refer the mock tests to prepare for the exam. By taking mock tests, candidates will be able to judge how much preparation they have done and which part need their attention.
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