Assam Forest Department Recruitment Selection Process, Syllabus 2020: A Detailed analysis

Assam Forest Department Recruitment Selection Process, Syllabus 2020
Dear viewers, if you have already applied for Assam Forest recruitment 2020, then this article is for you. If you haven’t applied yet, then you can read our previous article to know the vacancy and eligibility criteria.
Today, In this article we will discuss the syllabus and selection procedure for the Assam Forest Department Recruitment, 2020.
Forest Department-Assam-Syllabus

Name of the posts:

There are total of 1081 posts mentioned in the official notification. Out of this, these are the post category given below.
1. Forester-I
2. Stenographer (Grade-III)
3. Forest Guard
4. Surveyor
5. Significant
6. Carpenter
7. Driver
Now, we shall discuss the selection procedure and the syllabus of the exam.

Selection Process and Syllabus:

There will be two exams for recruitment to all posts
(i) Phase I examination
(ii) Phase II examination

– Applicants who have submitted application successfully will be eligible for the Phase1 Examination after scanning all the details.

– Before entering the exam, the biometrics of the candidate will be done.

Now let’s talk about the individual tests taken for each post.

Forester- I & Forest Guard
 

– On arrival, candidates will be verified for the admit card/call letter.
– After that, the candidates will be asked to appear for the Physical Standards Test (PST).
– PST will not carry any mark.
– Candidates will be measured for height, weight and chest (for men only) after which the candidate will be examined by a doctor for initial checkup such as knock out, vision test, color blindness test, flat foot, temporary varicose veins Varicose vein anatomical deformity etc. as a disability. will be considered.
– After clearing PST, a candidate has to appear in the first part examination.

First Phase Testing:

– The first phase test of Forester-1 and Forest Rangers will take place within 2 K km (for men) and 1 K km (for women) physical fitness test (four) hours.
– Modern technology will be used to record the time taken by the candidates to complete the phase.

Second Phase test:

– For Forester-1 and Forest Rangers the second part of the test will be a written test.
– Merit list will be prepared on the basis of each department (on-reserve, OBC / MOBC, SC, ST (P), ST (H) and EWS) after completion of physical health test.
– Candidates will be called for written examination based on the number of posts (five) times allotted in each department.
– The duration of the written examination will be 3 (three) hours for Forester-First posts and 2 (two) hours for Forester posts in the subjects given below.
– For the post of Forester-1, the exam will be of 100 marks with 100 questions and for the post of Forest Guard, the exam will be of 75 marks with 75 questions and both the examinations are completely OMR based.
– Each question will be marked with 1 (one).
– There will be a negative marking of 1/2 mark for each wrong answer.
– Candidates will use black ball pen to answer OMR based answer sheets.
– There will be separate question papers for Forester-1 and Forest Guard.


Syllabus:

i) General Mathematics.
ii) English and Vernacular (grammar and definition and combination)
iii) Logical reasoning and skills
iv) History, geography, politics, and economics of Assam
v) General Awareness / General Knowledge and Current Affairs

* Stenographer (3rd Grade)

First Phase Testing:

– For Stenographer Grade-III posts, the written examination will be the first part examination.
– A general question paper will be prepared for Stenographer and Forester-1, details of which are given above.

Second Phase Testing:

– Practical test for Stenographer Grade III posts will be the second stage exam.

After the completion of the written examination, merit list will be prepared for each category (On-Reserve, OBC / MOBC, SC and EWS) based on the total marks obtained in the written examination.
– Men and both women in each category of approved (crude, OBC / MOBC, SC, ST (P), ST (H), and EWS).

Practical Examination Material for Stenographer (Grade-III)

Shorthand Speed ​​Test 80 words per minute (duration 5 minutes and 400-word order): 5 minutes
– The time given to candidates for computer test: 3 minutes
– Copy time for computer assigned parts: 20 minutes
– Maximum 50 marks
– Dictation and Transcript Mark: The candidate has to copy the prescribed paragraph of 400 words on the computer.
– Mark 0.125 for each correct copy word.

 Surveyor, Driver, Carpenter, and Mahavat

First Phase Testing:
– The first episode will be a general written test for the posts of Surveyor, Driver, Carpenter, and Mahavatar.
– The duration of the written examination will be 2 (two) hours in subjects like below.
– The exam will have 75 marks with 75 questions on a full OMR basis.
– Each question will be marked with 1 (one).
– There will be a negative marking of 1/2 mark for each wrong answer.
– Candidates will use a black ball pen to answer OMR based answer sheets.

Syllabus for Surveyor, Driver, Carpenter and Mahavat:

i) Elementary Arithmetic
ii) Vernacular Language
iii) Basic General Awareness/ General knowledge

Second Phase Test: 

 

– The second stage test for surveyors, drivers, carpenters and mahouts will be skill / practical test in the relevant field.
– After completion of the written test, a merit list will be prepared for both men and women based on the total marks written in each section (Uncovered, OBC / MOBC, SC, ST (P), ST (H) and EWS.
– Candidates will be called for Practical Examination / Skilled Examination on the basis of (five) times the number of posts allotted in each department (Uncertified, OBC / MOBC, SC, ST (P), ST). H) and EWS) both male and female.

a) Second Phase Test for the posts of Surveyor:

– Total of 100 Marks.
i) Mensuration: Pt-I
Marks: 40 marks (Objective type)
Time: 1 hr.

ii) Drawing: Pt-II
Marks: 60 marks (Descriptive type)
Time: 2 hrs.

b) Second Phase/Skill Test for the post of Driver, Carpenter & Mahut:

Practical Test: 50 marks

* Extra-Curricular Activities:

– Maximum 30 (thirty) marks will be awarded against various additional course activities like computer degree / course, NCC, Homeguard, Sports, Forest Department work experience etc.


* Final Selection:

The Final Merit Lists shall be prepared on the marks scored on following components of the recruitment process:-

a) Forester-I:

A) Written Exam: 100 marks
B) Extra-curricular Activities: 30 marks
Total: 130 marks

b) Forest Guard:

A) Written Exam: 75 marks
B)Extra-curricular Activities: 30 marks
Total: 105 marks

c) Stenographer Grade-III:

A) Written Exam: 100 marks
B) Test in Stenography: 50 marks
C)Extra-curricular Activities: 30 marks
Total: 180 marks

d) Surveyor:

A) Written Test: 75 Marks
B) Second Phase Test: 100 Marks
C) Extra-Curricular Activities: 30 Marks.
Total: 205 marks

e) Carpenter, Driver, and Mahut:

A) Written Test: 75 Marks
B) Second Phase / Skill Test: 50 Marks
C) Extra-Curricular Activities: 30 Marks
Total: 155 marks

 
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