UPSC Special RT Syllabus 2016 for Enforcement Officers, Accounts Officers
Scheme and syllabus for UPSC Special Recruitment Test (RT) : For the posts of Enforcement Officers / Accounts Officers :
I. Scheme of UPSC Special Recruitment RT :
- The test will be of two hours duration and the medium of the test will be both Hindi and English
- The test will be an objective type with multiple choices of answers.
- All questions will carry equal marks.
- There will be penalty for wrong answer. Every wrong answer will carry a deduction of one-third of the marks assigned to that question. If no answer is marked for a question, there will be no penalty for that question
II. UPSC Special Recruitment Syllabus of the RT : The syllabus of the Test will broadly comprise the following topics :
- General English-To evaluate candidate’s understanding of English language & workman – like use of words.
- Indian Freedom Struggle.
- Current Events and Developmental Issues.
- Indian Polity & Economy.
- General Accounting Principles.
- Industrial Relations & Labour Laws.
- General Science & knowledge of Computer applications.
- General Mental Ability & Quantitative Aptitude.
- Social Security in India.
III. Weightage : Weightage of the Recruitment Test (RT) and Interview will be decided by the Commission later on and will be intimated to the candidates in due course.
The date of the above RT will be intimated to the candidates in due course through Commission’s Website / Newspapers.
UPSC Special Recruitment Important Notes
- Shortlisted Candidates would be asked to submit the documents in support of their claim for the posts. Their documents will be scrutinized and those Candidates who fulfil all the eligibility conditions of the posts shall be called for interview.
- The Candidates are directed to undertake the RT at their own risk i.e. after verifying that they fulfil the qualifications as prescribed in the Advertisement, and their admission to the Test is purely ‘provisional’.
- In regard to the post(s) identified as suitable or reserved for P.H. category / categories in this advertisement, it is made clear that Candidates must undertake the RT at their own and they would not be allowed to take the help of a Scribe to click the answers for them under no circumstances. However, the candidates of certain categories with disabilities like candidates with Locomotor disability and Cerebral palsy (LDCP) where dominant (writing) extremity is affected to the extent of slowing the performance of function (minimum of 40% impairment) shall be allowed compensatory time of 20 minutes per hour in the RT and facility of Scribe, wherever opted for in their Online Recruitment Application.
- Before availing facility of Scribe ( wherever opted for ) and / or compensatory time, all such eligible LDCP candidates are required to furnish Undertaking in the prescribed format that they have read / been read out the instructions of the Union Public Service Commission regarding the eligibility conditions of a Scribe, his/her conduct inside the Test Hall and the manner in which and extent to which he / she can help the candidate in writing the Test. Violation of all or any of the said instructions shall entail the cancellation of the candidature of the candidate in addition to any other action that the UPSC may take against the Scribe and candidate(s) hereby undertake to abide by them. Further, they will furnish a medical certificate to that effect that “I am suffering from the disability viz. Locomotor Disability and Cerebral Palsy where dominant ( writing ) extremity is affected to the extent of slowing the performance of function ( minimum of 40% impairment )” issued by the competent Medical Authority / Board constituted by the Central / State Governments to UPSC, within the prescribed time limit fixed / conveyed by the Commission, in case shortlisted in the Recruitment Test. Candidate(s) given to understand that in case they fail to comply with the above requirement, it will be presumed that he/she is not suffering from above disability and his/her candidature will be cancelled by the Commission, without any further reference being made to them.