New Syllabus For Indian Army Technical exam 2021. Indian Army has released the Syllabus and exam pattern for Soldier Technical. In this article, You will know the changes made by the Indian Army in the Technical exam course and syllabus and the new exam pattern. Now you can also download the PDF of the Indian army technical and Syllabus.
Be it school, college, or professional life, exams somehow always find their way into your life. And, this time as CEE of soldier technical. You just can’t escape from exams!
The written exam of soldier technical is considered as the toughest of all the trades for some obvious reasons. Unlike other trades, the syllabus of soldier technical is mostly based on class 11th and 12th of CBSE which automatically makes it difficult than any other trade on soldier level.
Therefore, proper practice and hard work are necessary to crack the written exam of soldier technical. To help you, in this article, I have tried to cover every possible information that you will need like the syllabus, the format of the written exam, and books to consider for better preparation.
Indian Army Soldier Technical Syllabus 2021, Paper Pattern And Books
The format of the written exam or CEE (common entrance exam) for different trades is different. For soldier technical, it is simple:-
|General Knowledge & Reasoning||10||20|
Following are the main points of the given table :-
- The written exam will be of total 200 marks.
- Total 50 questions related to different subjects will be asked in the question paper.
- Each question will carry 4 marks.
- The question paper will be divided into four subjects which are General Knowledge, Maths, Physics, and Chemistry
- 1 Mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.
- GK will carry 10 questions making a total of 40 marks in the question paper.
- 15 questions will be asked from Maths, and they will carry 60 marks.
- Physics will also carry 15 question worth 60 marks.
- Finally, chemistry will have 10 questions and will be of 40 marks.
You will get 1 hr (60 minutes) to complete the written exam. The passing marks for this exam will be 80 marks, but getting just the passing marks will not mean that your name will be there in the merit list. Getting 80 or more than 80 marks means that the candidate is qualified for the next round which is merit list.
Obviously, to get your name in the merit list, you will need to score more than passing marks. Normally the merit list of soldier technical is above 80, and in some cases even more than 90. Merit list under 80 is very rare in technical.
Also, there will be negative marking, 0.5 or ½ marks will be reduced for every wrong answer. However, if you leave a question then no marks will be reduced. So, if you are not sure about any question, then its better to leave it instead of giving the wrong answer.
Now you know why it is important to be fully prepared for the written exam as competition is always very high. So, do not waste time, and start preparing from right now. But, before you begin, have a look at the syllabus of soldier technical.
Indian Army Technical Syllabus 2021
The syllabus of soldier technical is very vast and tough, therefore, candidates need to give full attention. At least 2 to 3 months of practice before the written exam will increase your chances of getting the job.
Except for GK & Reasoning, the syllabus of technical trade will be based on CBSE. The below-given list of topics for the different subject is not complete, as questions from other topics (which are not given here) may come in exam. But, it is sure that all the questions will be from the CBSE syllabus.
Indian Army Technical Syllabus PDF
The army technical syllabus discussed above in this article is also given in the PDF file below. You can download the syllabus PDF file. The PDF consists of the complete syllabus and exam paper pattern of Indian Army Technical trade/category.
The syllabus is originally taken from the official website of Indian Army (Joinindianarmy.nic.in). Candidates are advised to check the syllabus in the official site also.
Books For Soldier Technical Written Exam
Since the questions will come from CBSE syllabus, therefore, I will advise all the readers to first prepare from the NCERT books of class 11th and 12th. If you do prepare the NCERT books properly, then you will surely score well in the written exam.
So, before you jump to specific books that are available in the market, try to complete the NCERT books first. It should be easy if you were a CBSE student, as you have read them before, and it will be like revision. So, you will not need to invest too much time in them.
As for the specific books, there are various publications which offer a great book to prepare the form, like Arihant publication, SK publication, etc. Following are the books that you can purchase online:- MER soldier technical recruitment exam (from Arihant publication), MER technical English medium (from SK publication), MER Technical Paper Set English Medium (SK publication), MER technical Hindi (SK publication).
For more books please see our article “Best book for army“, and you can even order books online from there.
Tips To Prepare For Technical Written Exam (Syllabus and Exam Guide)
Before you begin with your preparations, here are some tips that may help you to prepare better:-
Plan a time table
Write down a studying time table, and stick it in your studying room. Study according to the table, and try to stay on track, the organized study is much more effective than a random one. When you work according to plan, then your mind takes action more effectively and quickly. Also, you will remember things much faster.
So, work out a studying time table for yourself, and try to stick to it.
If you have done your studies from CBSE board, then this tip can be really helpful for you. Like mentioned earlier, the questions in the written exam comes form CBSE syllabus, therefore it will be a great idea if you study from the NCERT books first before going to specific books.
You do not have to go through each and every topic, just pick the important topics or which are given in the above list. You can also take help from your class notes.
For those of you who are from the different board, you can also go with this strategy, but if NCERT looks hard to you, then don’t follow it.
There is a big difference between just study and smart study. If you are just cramping topics to somehow crack the exam, then it is useless. The more topic you will try to cramp, lesser are your chances to get that topic right in the exam. Things that you cramp does not stay for a long time, and when you need to remember them on the day of the exam, they will mix up and you will never be sure about your answer.
So, the best way of studying is to understand things first. Once you know what the topic is all about, then you can easily learn the facts and points related to it. So, try to be smart and do a smart study.
Revision and practice papers
The more you practice, the better you get. This is the very basic rule of improvement. So, if you want to improve then you have to practice sample papers and previous year papers. They give you the idea of the exam and you can also discover your weak and strong points.
Along with regular practice, timely revision is also very important. If you do not revise what you have studied earlier, then there are 98% chances that you will forget it in exam. So, give at least 1 or 2 days in a week for revision.
Try to follow these tips while preparing, and you will definitely improve.
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All the very best for your exams!