Indian Army Lower Division Clerk Exam Pattern:
|General Intelligence and Reasoning||25||25|
|Objective Type||Numerical Aptitude||25||25||2 hrs (20 Minutes extra for visually handicapped candidates)|
• The Exam Will be Written in Objective Type.
• The written test (objective type) will be bilingual i.e. English & Hindi.
• The Exam will Consist of 150 Marks/ Question.
• The Time Duration for the Exam Will be 2 Hours (20 Minutes extra for visually handicapped candidates).
• The standard of questions will be matriculation/ Intermediate/ graduation as applicable.
Indian Army Clerk Syllabus
The syllabus for the Indian Army Clerk Exam is well defined and candidates should ensure that they stick to the syllabus while preparing for the exam. The candidates can check the Indian Army Clerk Syllabus for all the subjects asked in the exam in the table below:
Awards and Prizes,
Indian Armed Forces,
Continents and Sub Continents,
Inventions and Discoveries,
The Constitution of India,
Books and Authors,
Knowledge of Important events that have happened in India and at the world level in recent years,
Current important world events,
Prominent personalities, etc.
|General Science||Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, are based on fundamentals and day-to-day activities ( difference between the living and non-living, growth and reproduction in plants and animals, the basis of life – cells, protoplasms, and tissues, elementary knowledge of the human body and its important organs, common epidemics, their causes, and prevention, etc|
Basic algebraic problems
Fundamental Arithmetical Operations
HCF & LCM
Ratio and proportion
Profit & loss
Simple and compound interest
Familiarity with elementary geometric figures and facts.
Complementary angles, height, distances, etc.
Concept of Memory,
Input / Output Devices,
The basic concept of an Operating System and its functions,
Introduction to Windows,
Parts of Speech.
Noun and Pronoun.
Adjective. (ad) Preposition.
Conjunction and models.
Future time reference
Type of Sentences
Use of Phrases.
Direct and Indirect speech.
Active and Passive Voice