KPSC Clerk Exam Eligibility, Syllabus and Best Books
Clerks are key part of any organisation. The clerk candidates role will be more or less the same and help manage the more routine administration tasks within an organisation or department.
14550 – 26700/- for 1st Division Assistant,
11600-21000/- for 2nd Division Assistant.
Eligibility for KPSC Clerk –
|Educational Qualification: Candidates must have passed Bachelor’s Degree in any stream and have computer knowledge with one-year certificate course of Computers from an institution recognised by the Government of Karnataka.|
|Age Limit: Minimum 18 years and Maximum 35 years|
How To prepare –
First thing you know properly what is syllabus in this exam . Examination board check your knowledge four different field .
The total 100 question and you have 90 minute time, the pattern of exam is objective type.
1.General Knowledge– In this section will aware all about your state Gk and the world current affairs. You should read in detail your state general awareness. And daily should read current news in any national newspaper. The most important topic
- History – India.
- History(Karnataka History included).
- Culture & Heritage.
- Geography – India.
- Economic Scene.
- General Policy.
- Indian Constitution.
- Scientific Research.
- Current Events – International & National etc.
- Language- In this section you will judge by you local language knowledge. You read and practice on unseen passage, antonym, synonym and vocabulary.
- Maths- In this section your preparation and practice make you perfect .
- Logical Reasoning- Logical part isn’t a cup of tea that is depend on your practice . How much you have practice its proportionally you have logical ability.
Best Coaching for KPSC Clerk Exam-
Can Preparation be Done without Coaching ??
The question is How to study you in your school time and what is level of your Maths Mental level. If you have enough confidence than no need any coaching classes but if you want to some guidance and daily mentorship then you will definitely go to coaching class .Any good coaching notes for IBPS PO can guide you through types of questions being asked. Very few coachings prepare notes or very few book publishers publish books for SO but those books are not updated , so its advisable to buy photo copy notes or Pendrive course for IBPS SO