The NTA notified that vacancies in Pondicherry University for the posts of Junior Assistant, MTS, Personal Assistant, Hindi Translator, Semi professional assistant, Lab Assistant – Physics, Nursing officer and Senior Technical Assistant (Networking/Computer).
The exams are scheduled to be held on November 25 & 26, for all the advertised posts.
The exam comprises of two written tests and one skill test based on the post applied for
- Type of Examination: MCQ Type
- Time: 2 hours
- Max. Marks: 100 marks (100 questions
- Type of Examination: Descriptive Type
- Time: 3 hours
- Max. Marks: 100 marks
- Skills pertaining to subject matter of the concerned post would be assessed.
- Time: 30 mins
- The test will be of 50 marks.
- To qualify, the candidate should obtain 25 marks. This will, however, be only qualifying in nature.
- Total: 200 marks
Written test details
The written test comprises Paper-I, which spans a duration of 2 hours. In Paper-I, there are various test components, each contributing to the overall assessment. The components include questions related to the specific area of the concerned post (40 questions, 40 marks), General Awareness (15 questions, 15 marks), Reasoning Ability (15 questions, 15 marks), Mathematical Ability (15 questions, 15 marks), and English (15 questions, 15 marks). The total number of questions in Paper-I is 100, with a cumulative maximum of 100 marks.
Important exam guidelines
- The question paper will be in English.
- The questions in the written test will be of the level of a degree/diploma examination, defined as the minimum eligibility for the respective post.
- The minimum qualifying marks for Paper I and Paper II separately are 40% for unreserved posts and 35% for posts reserved for OBC/SC/ST/PwBD categories.
- The answer script of Paper-II will be evaluated only if the candidate qualifies in Paper-I.
- Negative marking for wrong answers in Paper I is applicable, with a deduction of 1/4th of the marks allocated per question.
- Merit will be drawn for candidates who qualify Paper I, Paper II, and the skill test separately. The merit will be based on the combined scores of Paper I and Paper II. However, the candidate must score at least 50% separately in Paper II and the skill test. The minimum qualifying marks for Paper II are 45% for posts reserved for OBC/SC/ST/PwBD categories.