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ISRO Driver Syllabus 2017 Check Exam Pattern

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ISRO Exam Syllabus 2017

ISRO Centralized Recruitment Board (ICRB) will conduct a written exam for recruitment to the posts of Light Vehicle Driver (LVD), Heavy Vehicle Driver (HVD) and Staff Car Driver (SCD) in ISRO. As the eligible qualification for these posts is SSLC/SSC/Matric/10th and Driving, so exam will be based on standard of same. But the competition level is now increased. Candidates who applied against these posts must have to prepare for their exam very wisely. Here we are giving the idea of exam pattern and syllabus of driver Exam which can help you to be prepared yourself for test.

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Exam Pattern :- ISRO Driver Exam Pattern is as follows :

► The written test will be multiple choice objective type.
► There will be a composite paper having four parts :
○ Part-A : Vehicle Act, 1939
○ Part-B : Elementary English
○ Part-C : Arithmetic
○ Part-D : General Knowledge

Exam Syllabus :- ISRO Driver Syllabus is given below :

Vehicle Act, 1939

  1. Various Sections of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1939
  2. Licensing of Drivers of Motor Vehicles
  3. Registration of Motor Vehicles
  4. Control of Transport Vehicles
  5. Control of Traffic
  6. Insurance of Motor Vehicles
  7. Offence, Penalties and Procedure
  8. Mandatory sings
  9. Accident Claims
  10. Accident Claims Tribunals

Elementary English of 8th Standard Level

  1. Synonymous, Antonyms
  2. Use of correct verbs
  3. Choosing appropriate given words and phrases to fill-in the blanks in sentences

Elementary Arithmetic of 10th Standard Level

  1. Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division
  2. Percentage, Ratio, Average

General Knowledge

  1. General Knowledge, Current affairs
  2. ‘Who’ is ‘Who’
  3. States and Capitals in India
  4. Geography of India

Selection Process :-

  • Selected Candidates appear for the Skill Test process.
  • Skill Test will be purely go-no-go basis and marks obtained in the skill test shall not be considered for selection.
  • The Skill Test shall be evaluated on a 100 points scale with minimum 60% for qualification.
  • The final selection will be done amongst qualified candidates, purely on the scores obtained in the written test.
  • From amongst candidates who qualify in the skill test with minimum 60% marks, empanelment shall be done in the order of marks obtained in the written test

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