KVS Syllabus 2015 for TGT, PGT, Teaching, Non-Teaching & Other Posts

KVS Syllabus 2015: Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) had published a recruitment notification for Approx. 4000 LDC, UDC, Officer Care, Teaching & Non-Teaching & more other vacancies. So according to this KVS recruitment we are providing you a full information about KVS, Lower Division Clerk Syllabus and Exam pattern in pdf file.

Those candidates who have applied for Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan Recruitment 2015 can check & download the full information about KVS exam pattern & syllabus here. Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) is the CBSE board affiliated central government schools which were dispersed all over India. These schools were under the supervision of ministry of human resource development.

Selection Process:
Written Exam: The selection will be based on the written examination conducted by the Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS).

Personal Interview: The shortlisted/Exam qualified candidates called for an interview. The venue of interview will be informed through the medium of call letter.

The system came into being in 1965 under the name “Central Schools”, and has been affiliated with CBSE since then. Later, the name was changed to “Kendriya Vidyalaya”. Its original objective was to educate children of the Indian defence services personnel who are often posted to remote places.

With the army starting its own Army Public Schools, the service was extended (but not restricted) to all central government employees. The uniform curriculum followed by these schools all over India ensures that the children of government employees do not face educational disadvantages when their parents are transferred by providing a common syllabus and system of education.

KVS Teaching & Non Teaching syllabus

We are providing you a Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (ministry of human resource development) Syllabus like:

  • Officer Cadre
  • Teaching, Non-Teaching
  • Vice Principal (V.P)
  • Assistant
  • Upper Division Clerk (UDC)
  • Lower Division Clerk (LDC)
  • Hindi Translator
  • Stenographer Grade II
  • Assistant Editor
  • Post Graduate Teacher (PGT)
  • Trained Graduate Teacher (TGT)
  • Librarian
  • Primary Teacher
  • PRT (Music)

Syllabus for KVS Finance officer vacancy:

For Finance Officer Post

Post Name: Finance Officer
Duration: 3 Hours

Total 160 question carrying a total of 160 marks.

(A ).  WRITTEN EXAMINATION: PART – I (LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TEST) (20 MARKS)

1. General English (10)
2. General Hindi (10)

PART – II (GENERAL AWARENESS & COMPUTER LITERACY) (30 MARKS)

1. General Knowledge (10)
2. Logical Reasoning (10)
3. Computer Literacy (10)

PART – III ( FINANCIAL ADMINSTRATION) (110 MARKS)

1. Maintenance of Cash Book (5)
2. Preparation of bank Reconciliation statement (5)
3. Posting of ledger Accounts (5)
4. Preparation of Trial balance and final Accounts (5)
5. Principles of Auditing (10)
6. General Financial Rules:- Related to purchase of general stores/ services and award of contract etc. & Income Tax & Service Tax (25)
7. Fundamental Rules and Supplementary Rules (20)
8. CCS (Pension) Rules &  New Pension Scheme (10)
9. TA Rules & LTC Rules (5)
10. Medical Attendance Rules (5)
11. Provident Fund Rules (5)
12. Delegation of Financial powers (10)

(B)   SKILL TEST: (Qualifying In Nature) (100 Marks)
(MS WORD, MS EXCEL, MS ACCESS, MS POWER POINT, INTERNET AND TALLY ACCOUNTING).

(C) INTERVIEW(60 Marks)

NOTE 1: –
The questions will be objective type with four multiple choice answers. The candidate is required to mark only one answer out of four options.

2. Marks obtained in Part -I will be reckoned for shortlisting the candidates for evaluation of Part II & Part III. Part II & Part III of Question Paper of the candidates securing minimum 03 marks each in General English & General Hindi and Total 09 marks in aggregate in Part –I, will be evaluated.

3. The skill test will be qualifying in nature. The candidates are required to qualify the skill test by securing minimum 40% marks. The marks of skill test will not be added in final merit.

4. The final merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in Part II & Part III and Interview (30+110+60=200). The ratio of   weightage of written examination (Part II &III) and Interview will be 70:30.

For principal Post

Post Name: Principal
Duration: 3 Hours

Total 160 question carrying a total of 160 marks.

A. WRITTEN EXAMINATION:

PART I (LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TEST) 20 MARKS

1. General English (10)
2. General Hindi (10)

PART – II (GENERAL AWARENESS & COMPUTER LITERACY) (40 MARKS)

1. General Knowledge & Contemporary Issues (10)
2. Logical Reasoning (10)
3. Computer Literacy (10)
4. Quantitative Aptitude Test (10)

PART III

1. ACADEMIC (30)

a. Child Development and Pedagogy (10)

(i) Development of Child

Development, Growth & Maturation – Concept & Nature, Principles of development, Factors influencing Development – Methods and Approaches of Child Development – observation, Interview, Case study, Experimental, Cross sectional and longitudinal, Development tasks and Hazards.

(ii) Understanding Learning

Concept, Nature of Learning – input- process- outcome, Factors of Learning – Personal and Environmental, Approaches to Learning and their applicability – Behaviourism (skinner, Pavlov, Thorndike) Constructivism (piaget, Vygotsky), Gestalt (Kohler, Koffka) and Observational (Bandura), Dimensions of Learning – Cognitive, Affective and Performance, Motivation and Sustenance – its role in learning, Memory & Forgetting, Transfer of Learning.

(i) Pedagogical Concerns

Teaching and its relationship with learning and learner, Learners in Contexts: Situation learner in the socio-political and cultural context. Managing behaviour problems, Guidance & Counselling, Punishment and its legal implications, Rights of a child, Time Management, Distinction between Assessment for Learning & Assessment of Learning, School based Assessment, Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation: Perspective & Practice Understanding teaching & learning in the context of NCF, 2005 & Right to Education Act, 2009.

2. PERSPECTIVES IN EDUCATION AND SCHOOL ORGANIZATION (10)

(i). Acts/ Rights: Right of Children to free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 and Child Rights.

(ii). National Curriculum Framework, 2005: Perspective, Learning and Knowledge, Curricular Areas, School Stages and Assessment, School and classroom Environment and Systemic Reforms.

(iii). School Organization: Institutional Planning, principal as a leader, Teacher Quality, Linkages and Interface with other institutional and vice versa, Student Quality, Organization of Teaching, Co- curricular Activities, Office Management, Resources required for a good school, Organizational Climate, Evaluation, Job satisfaction of the staff.

3. TEACHING METHODOLOGY (10)

(i) Curriculum: Meaning, Principles, types of curriculum organization, approaches.

(ii) Planning: Instructional Plan- Year Plan, Unit Plan, Lesson Plan

(iii) Instructional material and resources: Text Books, Work books, Supplementary material AV aids, Laboratories, Library, Clubs- Museums- Community, Information and Communication Technology.

(iv) Evaluation: Types, tools, Characteristics of a good test, Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation, Analysis and Interpretation of Scholastic Achievement Test.

ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE (70)

(i) CCS (CCA) Rules
(ii) CCS (Conduct) Rules
(iii) Fundamental & Supplementary Rules.
(iv) Travelling Allowance Rules.
(i) Leave Travel Concession Rules.
(ii) Medical Attendance Rules.
(iii) Pension Rules & New Pension Scheme.
(iv) General Financial Rules- Purchase procedure.
(v) Income Tax & Service Tax

(B) INTERVIEW(60 Marks)

NOTE 1: –
The questions will be objective type with four multiple choice answers. The candidate is required to mark only one answer out of four options.

2. Marks obtained in Part -I will be reckoned for shortlisting the candidates for evaluation of Part II & Part III. Part II & Part III of Question Paper of the candidates  securing minimum 03 marks each in General English & General Hindi and Total 09 marks in aggregate in Part –I, will be evaluated.

3. The final merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in Part II & Part III and Interview (40+100+60=200). The ratio of weightage of written examination (Part II & III) and Interview will be 70:30.

For Assistant Post

Post Name: Assistant
Duration: 3 Hours

Total 160 question carrying a total of 160 marks.

(A) Written Examination:

PART I (LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TEST) 20 MARKS

1. General English (10)
2. General Hindi (10)

PART – II (GENERAL AWARENESS & COMPUTER LITERACY) (30 MARKS)

1. General Knowledge (10)
2. Logical Reasoning (10)
3. Computer Literacy (10)

PART III. ADMINSTRATION, ESTABLISHMENT & FINANCE (90 MARKS)

(i) CCS (CCA) Rules (15)
(ii) CCS (Conduct) Rules (15)
(iii) CCS (Leave) Rules (10)
(iv) Fundamental & Supplementary Rules (20)
(v) Pension Rules & New Pension Scheme (10)
(vi) Medical Attendance Rules (10)
(vii) Provident Fund Rules (10)

COMPREHENSION (20)

(i) English (10)
(ii) Hindi (10)

B. Skill Test
(MS WORD, MS EXCEL, MS ACCESS, MS POWER POINT AND INTERNET).

NOTE 1. The questions will be objective type with four multiple type answers. The candidate is required to mark only one answer out of four options.

2. Marks obtained in Part -I will be reckoned for shortlisting the candidates for evaluation of Part II & Part III. Part II & Part III of Question Paper of the candidates securing minimum 03 marks each in General English & General Hindi and Total 09 marks in aggregate in Part –I, will be evaluated.

3. The skill test will be qualifying in nature. The candidates are required to qualify the skill test by securing minimum 40% marks. The marks of skill test will not be added in final merit.

4. The final merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in Part II & Part III (30+110=140). There is no element of interview for the post of Assistant.

For Upper Division Clerk (UDC) Post

Post Name: Upper Division Clerk (UDC)
Duration: 3 Hours

Total 160 question carrying a total of 160 marks.

(A). Written Examination:

PART I (LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TEST) 20 MARKS

1. General English (10)
2. General Hindi (10)

PART – II (GENERAL AWARENESS & COMPUTER LITERACY) (30 MARKS)

1. General Knowledge (10)
2. Logical Reasoning (10)
3. Computer Literacy (10)

PART-III. ADMINSTRATION, ESTABLISHMENT & FINANCE (90 MARKS)

(i). CCS (CCA) Rules (15)
(ii). CCS (Conduct) Rules (15)
(i) CCS (Leave) Rules (10)
(iv). Fundamental & Supplementary Rules (20)
(v). Pension Rules & New Pension Scheme (10)
(vi). Medical Attendance Rules (10)
(vii). Provident Fund Rules (10)

COMPREHENSION (20)

(ii) English (10)
(iii) Hindi (10)

(B). Skill Test
(MS WORD, MS EXCEL, MS ACCESS, MS POWER POINT AND INTERNET).

NOTE 1. The questions will be objective type with four multiple type answers. The candidate is required to mark only one answer out of four options.

2. Marks obtained in Part -I will be reckoned for shortlisting the candidates for evaluation of Part II & Part III. Part II & Part III of Question Paper of the candidates who secure minimum 03 marks each in General English & General Hindi and Total 09 marks in aggregate in Part –I, will be evaluated.

3. The skill test will be qualifying in nature. The candidates are required to qualify the skill test by securing minimum 40% marks. The marks of skill test will not be added in final merit.

4. The final merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in Part II & Part III (30+110=140). There is no element of interview for the post of Upper Division Clerk.

For Hindi Translator

Post Name: Hindi Translator
Duration: 2 Hours

Total 110 question carrying a total of 110 marks.

A). WRITTEN EXAMINATION:

PART-I (LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TEST) 70 MARKS

1. General English (35)
2. General Hindi (35)

PART – II (GENERAL AWARENESS & COMPUTER LITERACY) (40 MARKS)

1. General Knowledge (10)
2. Logical Reasoning (10)
3. Computer Literacy (10)
4. Quantitative Aptitude (10)

Translation from Hindi to English and English to Hindi

(B). INTERVIEW(90 MARKS)

NOTE 1. The questions will be objective type with four multiple type answers. The candidate is required to mark only one answer out of four options.

2. The final merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in Part I, II & Skill Test and Interview (70+40+100+90=300). The ratio of weightage of written examination and Interview will be 70:30.

For Lower Division Clerk (LDC) Post

Post Name: Lower Division Clerk (LDC)
Duration: 2 Hours

Total 100 question carrying a total of 100 marks.

(A). WRITTEN EXAMINATION:

PART-I. (LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TEST) 40 MARKS

1. General English (20)
2. General Hindi (20)

PART – II (GENERAL AWARENESS & COMPUTER LITERACY) (60 MARKS)

1. General Knowledge (15)
2. Logical Reasoning (15)
3. Computer Literacy (15)
4. Quantitative Aptitude (15)

Typing Test only on computer English – 35 w.p.m, Hindi – 30 w.p.m.

Computer skill test MS-Word, MS- Excel, MS- Access, MS- Power Point and Internet.

NOTE 1. The questions will be objective type with four multiple type answers. The candidate is required to mark only one answer out of four options.

2. The practical/computer proficiency test will be qualifying in nature. The candidates are required to qualify the Typing Test and must secure minimum 40% marks in the Skill Test. The marks of practical/computer proficiency test will not be added in final merit.

3. The final merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in Written Examination (Part I & II).

For Stenographer Gr. II Post

Post Name: Stenographer Gr. II
Duration: 2 Hours

Total 100 question carrying a total of 100 marks

(A). WRITTEN EXAMINATION:

PART-I (LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TEST) 40 MARKS

1. General English (20)
2. General Hindi (20)

PART – II (GENERAL AWARENESS & COMPUTER LITERACY) (60 MARKS)

1. General Knowledge (15)
2. Logical Reasoning (15)
3. Computer Literacy (15)
4. Quantitative Aptitude (15))

Shorthand speed 80 w.p.m.

Typing Test only on computer English/Hindi – 40/35 w.p.m.

MS-Word, MS- Excel, MS- Access, MS- Power Point and Internet.

NOTE 1. The questions will be objective type with four multiple type answers. The candidate is required to mark only one answer out of four options.

2. The skill test will be qualifying in nature. The candidates are required to qualify shorthand and typing test and secure minimum 40% marks in Computer Proficiency Test. The marks of skill test will not be added in final merit.

3. The final merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in WRITTEN EXAMINATION (Part I & II).

For Technical Officer Post

Post Name: Technical Officer
Duration: NIL
Total No. of Questions: NIL
Total Marks: NIL

There may or may not be written examination for the post of Technical Officer depending upon the number of applications received. In case, sufficient number of applicants are not available, the selection will be based on the interview only.

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