WBPSC Clerkship Syllabus 2024, Know More Details about Exam Pattern, Details and More

The WBPSC Clerkship Syllabus 2024 encompasses Part I, covering English, General Studies, and Arithmetic, while Part II focuses on drafting reports, condensing prose passages, and translation tasks, vital aspects for candidates to excel in the examination.

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Updated May 13, 2024

WBPSC Clerkship Syllabus 2024, Know More Details about Exam Pattern, Details and More
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WBPSC Clerkship Syllabus 2024

The West Bengal Public Service Commission (WBPSC) recruits clerks for various government offices in West Bengal through a selection process involving a written test and a typing test.

Aspiring candidates preparing for the exam must familiarize themselves with the complete WBPSC Clerkship Syllabus 2024 and Exam Pattern. The exam consists of two parts: Part I (Preliminary) and Part II (Mains).

In the Preliminary exam, candidates are tested on English, General Studies, and Arithmetic, while the main exam involves tasks like drafting reports, condensing prose passages, and translation.

Important topics include vocabulary, grammar, history, economics, arithmetic concepts, and language proficiency. Candidates must understand the exam pattern, focus on key topics, and practice effectively to succeed in the WBPSC Clerkship Exam 2024.

WBPSC Clerkship Part-I(Prelims) Syllabus

Here is the list of WBPSC Clerkship Part-I(Prelims) Syllabus: 

General Studies:

  • Geography of India.
  • National News (Current Affairs).
  • Indian culture.
  • Scientific observation.
  • History of India.
  • International problems.
  • Economic problems in India.
  • Political science.
  • Famous places in India.
  • About India and its neighboring countries.
  • World Organization.
  • Economic problems in India.

Arithmetic:

  • Ratio and Proportions.
  • Percentage.
  • Profit and loss.
  • Simple interest.
  • Simplification.
  • Decimals.
  • Recurring Decimals.
  • Divisibility.
  • Fractions.
  • LCM.
  • HCF.
  • Partnership.
  • Average.
  • Time and work, time and distance.
  • Area of rectangles and squares.

English:

  • Antonyms, Synonyms, and their correct usage.
  • Grammar.
  • Sentence structure.
  • Vocabulary.

WBPSC Clerkship Part-II(Mains) Syllabus

Here is the list WBPSC Clerkship Part-II(Mains) Syllabus:

Group-A: English

  • Summarizing Prose: Write a shorter version of a given passage, keeping its main points.
  • Report Writing: Compose a report based on provided information.
  • Translation: Convert passages from Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali/Santali to English.

Group-B: Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali/Santali

  • Report Writing: Draft a report using the provided points.
  • Summarizing Prose: Condense a passage into a summary.
  • Translation: Change English passages into Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali/Santali.

WBPSC Clerkship Part-I(Prelims) Exam Pattern

Here is the pattern for the WBPSC Clerkship Part-I(Prelims):

Subjects

No. of Questions(Marks)

Duration

English

30(30)

90 minutes

General Studies

40(40)

90 minutes

Arithmetic

30(30)

90 minutes

Total

100(100)

90 minutes

WBPSC Clerkship Part-II(Mains) Exam Pattern

Here is the subject for the WBPSC Clerkship Part-II(Mains) Exam Pattern:

Group Name

Subject

Marks

A

English

50

B

Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali/Santali

50

Combined

Total

100

Details

Name of the Organization

West Bengal Public Service Commission (WBPSC)

Post Name

Clerk

Examination Name

Clerkship Exam

Scheme of Examination

Part-I (Objective Type)

 

Part II (Descriptive/Conventional Type)

Mode Of Exam

Offline

Number of Marks

Part-I - 100

 

Part-II - 100

Duration

Part-I - 90 Minutes

 

Part-II - 60 Minutes

WBPSC

The West Bengal Public Service Commission (WBPSC), established on April 1, 1937, traces its roots back to the Bengal Public Service Commission. Situated in Kolkata, West Bengal, it serves as the state agency responsible for conducting the Civil Services Examination.

This examination is crucial for entry-level appointments to diverse civil services within the state. Led by Major General A. K. Sanyal as Chairman, the commission operates under the jurisdiction of the Government of West Bengal. 

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