As the Assistant Conservator of Forest(ACF) exam notification is out. It is crucial time to prepare for the exam and simultaneously start practicing the Test Series. So, we have brought out our test series programme. Check out our Assistant Conservator of Forest Test Series, over here.
Syllabus for the exam
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE — 100 Marks
Preliminary Exam – two hours duration, 100 marks
The question paper would be of hundred multiple choice questions divided into six sections:
1. Current events – 30 marks
2. History of India – 20 marks
3. Indian and World geography — 15 marks
4. Indian polity – 10 marks
5. Indian. Economy – 10 marks
6. General Science 15 marks
Scope and coverage
* Current events: Significant national and international events, personalities (both Indian and
International) in news, including sports events and personalities.
* History of India: Ancient, medieval and recent history including the Indian national movement, its
social, economic and political aspects including the nature and character of the 19 th century resurgence,
growth of nationalism and attainment of independence.
* Geography: The earth, its shape and size, latitudes and longitudes, ocean currents and tides,
atmosphere and its composition including physical, social and economic geography of India its climate,
vegetation, natural resources, location and distribution of agricultural and industrial activities:
* Indian Polity: The country’s political system and Constitution of India, covering broadly its.frame
work, main features, different organs of Government and their functioning, at the Centre, State and local
levels including Panchayath Rai institutions, fundamental rights, fundamental duties and directive
principles of state policy, functioning of Indian democracy and elections.
* Indian Economy: Economic developments in India, basic foundation of the economy, features and
sectors of Indian economy, process of planning and five year plans, markets and State controls, process of
liberalization and globalization, inflation, poverty and unemployment.
• General Science: General appreciation and understanding of science including matters of every day
observation and experience, as may be expected of a well educated person who may not have made a
special study of any particular scientific discipline.
APTITUDE TEST (100 Marks)
Preliminary Exam – two hours ; 100 marks
The aptitude test shall measure the candidate’s comprehension, memory, reasoning, speed, analysis, evaluation of facts, data, events and judgment. The question paper would be of hundred multiple choice questions divided – into six sections:
1. Numerical ability 30 marks
2. Verbal and non-verbal ability – 15 marks
3. Logical and analytical reasoning – 20 marks
4. Statistics – 15 marks
5. Science aptitude 20 marks
Scope and coverage
Candidates would be tested on their understanding of basic arithmetic and speed of calculation, number systems, averages, percentages, profit and loss, simple and compound interest, sequences, indices, ratio and proportion, partnership, time and work, speed and distance, algebra, trigonometry, heights and distances, mensuration, geometry.
Verbal and non—verbal ability
Letters and words as symbols, analysis of relationship between groups of letters or words, completing series or order of letters or word analogy, finding odd man out, coding and decoding based on illustrated principles. Shapes and patterns, arranging shapes or designs into associated groups and finding out odd man and completing the sequence.
Logical and analytical reasoning
Application of logic and making judgments in given situations.
General reasoning and determination of the validity of an inference from a statement, based on some given parameters.
Elementary statistics such as mean, median, mode, making deductions from pie- and bar charts, graphs, figures and tables.
Fundamentals of physics, chemistry, botany, zoology, environment and their application in day to day life
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