Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission mandated to qualify the UPSSSC Preliminary Eligibility Test for the Lekhpal selection. Accordingly, the concerned authority released the exam notification for 8085 Lekhpal vacancies.
Therefore, candidates who are qualified in the UPSSC PET must know the complete UPSSSC Lekhpal syllabus to prepare thoroughly. They also should have a clear idea of the revised exam pattern that this article discusses.
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In this article, candidates can find the syllabus and exam pattern for the PET under the UP Subordinate Services Selection Selection exam. Aspirants can review the same and accordingly strategize their preparation.
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UPSSSC Lekhpal Syllabus for 2023
Candidates will need to sit for only 1 written examination for UPSSSC Lekhpal 2023. Earlier, this exam used to be followed by a personal interview round which is not applicable for this year.
The written test will be objective, comprising 100 multiple choice questions, each with a 1 mark. These questions will come from the following subjects:
- General Knowledge
- Rural Society and Rural Development
The following table shows comprehensive details of the UPSSSC Lekhpal syllabus:
Usage of words
“Tatsam” and “Tadbhav”
Singular and Plural
Synonyms and Antonyms
Synonyms related to errors
Word formation for phrases
Idioms and Phrases
|Maths||Arithmetic and Statistics: Percentage, Profit and Loss, Number System, Statistics, Frequency, Cumulative Frequency, Classification of Facts, Frequency Distribution, Tabulation, Formulation of Facts, Histogram, Bar Diagram, Pie Chart, Frequency Polygon
Central measurements such as Mean, Median and Mode
Algebra: Least Common Multiple, Highest Common Factor, Relationship between HCF and LCM, Simultaneous equations, Area theorem, Factors, Quadratic Equations
Geometry: Pythagoras Theorem, Triangle, Square, Rectangle, Trapezium, Perimeter, Area of Circle and Area of Parallelogram
|General Knowledge||General Science or General Studies
Indian History: Focusing on important Political, Financial, Religious and Social organisations. Indian Independence Movement, its characteristics and nature, the Origin of nationalism
World Geography: Ecology and Physical geography of India, Population. Demographic, Social, Economic Issues
Indian Economy and Politics
Current Affairs on pivotal National and International incidence
Questions regarding General Science perspective and on events that take place daily
|Rural Society and Rural Development||Components and function of Rural and Revenue Administration
Rural Development Planning– District Planning Machinery, reforms after 1992 in District Planning Machinery, participation of rural people and NGO’s role
Characteristics and nature of Indian Rural Society, factors influencing and framing Indian Society, sequence of Urban-Rural-Tribal Society, difficulties of weaker and deprived Sections like Schedule Tribe, Schedule Casts
Rural Institutional Systems such as Cooperation and Religions
Social changes in Rural Society- i. Sanskritisation, ii. Westernisation, ii. Modernisation
Rural Employment Generation Sources- Swarnajayanti Gram Swarojgar Yojana, Self Help Groups
Rural Development Schemes of Central Government included in UPSSSC Lekhpal syllabus 2023-
MNREGA, Adarsh Gram Yojana, Jawahar Gram Samraddhi Yojana, Rajiv Gandhi Village Electrification Scheme, Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana, Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana, Drought Development Program, Cooperative Development Scheme, Antyodaya Anna Yojana, Indira Awas Yojana, Annapoorna Yojana, Mid Day Meal Program, Kastoorba Gandhi Shiksha Yojana, Swajal Dhaara Yojana, Integrated Watershed Management Program, National Rural Livelihood Mission
Rural Development Schemes of State Government-
Ambedkar Urja Kirshi Sudhar Yojana, Kisaan Pension Yojana, Aam Aadmi Bima Yojana, Adarsh Nagar Yojana, Kisaan Rath Yojana, Vande Mataram Yojana, Sanjeevani Parivahan Yojana, Priyadarshini Yojana, Pension Yojana, Kanya Vidya Dhan Yojana, Shudha Payjal Yojana, Kanya Vidya Dhan Yojana
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UPSSSC Lekhpal Exam Pattern for 2023
Once the UPSSSC Lekhpal syllabus is clear for a candidate, he or she must know about the exam pattern thoroughly. This exam will have an objective paper with multiple choice questions of 1 mark each, hence a 100 in total.
Candidates appearing on this exam have to obtain cut-off marks to qualify for the merit list. The table below contains the number division for each subject in this examination:
|Subjects||Total Number of Questions||Total Marks|
|Rural Society and Rural Development||25||25|
This covers every essential bit for the UPSSSC Lekhpal syllabus and exam pattern. Candidates aspiring for this examination must consider the topics mentioned above and the number division from each section. A proper framework of study and eyes on recent current affairs will ensure an optimum preparation on time.
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Frequently Asked Questions on UPSSSC Lekhpal Syllabus
How many subjects or sections does UPSSSC Lekhpal Exam 2023 comprise?
The 2023 UPSSSC Lekhpal Exam shall consist of 4 sections of the following subjects-
- General Hindi
- General Knowledge
- Rural Society and Rural Development
What will be the question type in UPSSSC Lekhpal Exam 2023?
Question type in the 2022 UPSSSC Lekhpal Exam will be objective and have 100 multiple-choice questions.
Is there any negative marking for wrong answers?
Yes, candidates will encounter a negative marking of 1/4th or 0.25 for each wrong answer.