Ordinance
Factory Chanda Maharashtra officially announced their recruitment for the Lower
Division Clerk (LDC) in the Group C category. As there are exactly 14 vacancies
are applicable with the recruitment, the applicants from India are requested to
apply online before the last date.
Educational Qualifications:
(i) 12th Class
or equivalent qualification from a recognized Board or University.
(ii) Skill Test
Norms 'only on Computers'.
A typing speed
of thirtyfive words per minute in English or thirty words per minute in Hindi
on computer.
(Thirtyfive
words per minute and thirty words per minute correspond to ten thousand and
five hundred key depressions per Hour or nine thousand key depressions perHour
on an average of five key depressions for each word)
Scheme of Examination for LDC Group C Jobs
by Ordinance Factory:
Part

Subject

Questions and
Marks

Time Duration
(for General
Candidates)

Time Duration
(for PwD
(visual))

I

General
Intelligence

50
(50 Marks)

2 Hours

2
Hours & 20 Minutes

II

English
Language (Basic Knowledge)

50
(50 Marks)


III

Quantitative
Aptitude
(Basic
Arithmetic Skills)

50
(50 Marks)


IV

General
Awareness

50
(50 Marks)

Note: All the
questions will be available in bilingual i.e. both in Hindi and English, except
part II i.e. English
Also, there will
be a negative marks to each wrong answers i.e. 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.
Syllabus for Group C Lower Division
Clerk Jobs 2016:
Part I: General Intelligence
1 Semantic
Analogy
2
Symbolic/Number Analogy
3 Figural
Analogy
4 Semantic
Classification
5
Symbolic/Number Classification
6 Figural
Classification
7 Semantic
Series
8 Number Series
9 Figural Series
10 Problem
Solving
11 Word Building
12 Coding and
Decoding
13 Numerical
operations
14 Symbolic
operations
15 Trends
16 Space
orientation
17 Venn Diagrams
18 Drawing
inferences
19 Punched
hole/pattern folding and unfolding
20 Figural
patternfolding and completion
21 Embedded
Figures
22 Critical Thinking
23 Emotional
Intelligence
24 Social
Intelligence
25 Other Sub
topic, if any
Part II English Language
1 Spot the Error
2 Fill in the
Blanks
3 Synonyms/
Homonyms
4 Antonyms
5
Spellings/Detecting Misspelt words
6 Idioms and
phrases
7 One word substitution
8 Improvement of
Sentences
9 Active/
Passive Voice of Verbs
10 Conversion
into Direct/Indirect narration
11 Shuffling of
sentence parts
12 Shuffling of
sentences in a passage
13 Cloze passage
14 Comprehension
passage
Part III Quantitative Aptitude:
Arithmetic:
1. Number
Systems: Computation of Whole Number, Decimal and Fractions,
Relationshipbetween numbers
2. Fundamental
arithmetical Operations: Percentages, Ratio and Proportions, Square
roots,Averages, Interest (Simple and Compound), Profit and loss, Discount,
Partnership Business,Mixture and Allegation, Time and Distance, Time and Work.
Algebra:
1. Basic
algebraic identities of School Algebra (and their simple applications) e.g.
Formulas for(a+b)2 , (ab)2 , (a+b)3, (ab)3, a3b3, a3+b3, a2b2, if a+b+c=0,
then a3+b3+c3 = 3abc, etc.and Elementary Surds (simple problems)
2. Graph of
Linear Equations
Geometry:
Familiarity with
elementary geometric figures and facts:
1. Triangle and
its various kinds of centres viz. Centroid, Incentre, Orthocentre,Circumcentre.
2. Congruence
and similarity of triangles
3. Circle and
its chords, tangents, angles subtended by chords of a circle, common, tangents
totwo or more circles.
Mensuration:
Triangle,
Quadrilaterals, Regular Polygons (sum of interior angles of a polygon), Circle,
RightPrism, Right Circular Cone, Right Circular Cylinder, Sphere, Hemispheres,
Rectangular parallelepiped,Regular Right Pyramid with triangular or square
Base.
Trigonometry:
1. Trigonometry
(for acute angles eo with 0°<e<900) Trigonometric ratios, Degree and
RadianMeasures, Standard Identities like Sin2e+Cos2e=1 etc.
2. Complementary
angles, Heights and Distances (simple problems only).
Statistical Charts:
Use of Tables
and Graph: 1. Histogram, 2. Frequency Polygon, 3. Bardiagram, 4. Piechart
Part IV: General Awareness
Questions are
designed to test the ability of the candidate's generalawareness of the
environment around him/her and its application to society. Questions are
alsodesigned to test knowledge of current events and of such matters of
everyday observation andexperience in their scientific aspect as may be
expected of an educated person. The test will alsoinclude questions relating to
India and its neighbouring countries especially pertaining to History,Culture,
Geography, Economic Scene, General Policy and Scientific research.
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