ESIC Syllabus For UDC & Stenographer Exam Pattern

Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) Upper Division Clerk (UDC) & Stenographer (Steno) test is being conducted for which the exam pattern & syllabus is defined. The candidates who all have registered for this exam need to prepare the syllabus accordingly for the exam.

For Stenographer, selection criteria is- Written test, Stenographer test and Computer skill test

Written Exam Pattern: 200 marks written exam will be conducted in which the questions will be asked from English, General Awareness (100 marks each). 2 Hours will be given for exam. Each question is of 1 mark.

For Upper Division Clerk (UDC), selection criteria is- Written test, computer skill test

Written exam pattern: Each section is of 50 marks in exam- Numerical Ability, English, General Intelligence and General Awareness. 2 Hours will be given for exam. Each question is of 1 mark.

NOTE: 0.25 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.

ESIC UDC & Steno Exam Syllabus: The details of each section are-

Numerical Ability: Number system, whole number, fraction, algebra, percentages, ratio & proportion, time & distance, time & work, averages, trigonometry, problem on trains, discount, profit & loss, simple & compound interest, probability, permutation & combination, binomial theorem etc.

English: Vocabulary questions including meanings, antonyms or synonyms etc. Grammar section- Verb, speech, noun, adjective, proverbs, idioms, phrasal verbs, adverb, subject verb agreement etc. Comprehension passages can be asked in exam followed by questions based on it.

General Intelligence (Reasoning): Analogies, missing pattern, figure & pattern classification, relationships, problem solving, round table problems, coding & decoding, judgment, odd man series etc.

General Awareness: Current events related to India & outside World. History, geography, culture, economics, political science etc. related questions from India perspective.

In Stenography Test, 10 minutes test will be conducted in which speed should be 80 words per minute in English or Hindi and then transcription of the material on computer (1 Hour).

In Computer Skill Test, there will be following sections-

Part A (10 marks): 2 PPT on MS-Power Point

Part B (20 marks): Typing 150-200 words in MS-Word

Part C (20 marks): Table/Database in MS-Excel

This test is of 50 marks and the total time given for this test is 30 minutes.

Prepare for exam in best way because competition level is high and so scoring marks is a necessity.

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