Indian Army Written test Pattern-
Candidates who are going to sit the written test of Indian Army must check the syllabus of the Exam. Without knowing the correct syllabus, you will not be able to crack the exam. We will provide you the same. Candidates must read the whole article to know about the Indian Army Syllabus for the written exam. All the details of the syllabus are written in the article to get more understanding with the study material.
Indian Army Syllabus 2017-
Indian army has uploaded the syllabus pattern for the candidates, so that they will be able to know about the Details about the syllabus of Indian Army. The main aim to write this article is to make you aware about the type of questions asked in the exam the comprehensive list given by us are not just the topics that we have wrote to show. Mainly it is based on the syllabus given by CBSE in the higher classes like 7th, 8th, 9th , 10th. Read the details given below to know more about the Syllabus.
Exam Pattern –
The total marks for the exam is 100.
- General Knowledge :- 30
- General Science:- 40
- Maths : – 30
- The total number of questions asked ion the exams will be 50.
- Every question is of 2 marks each.
- No negative marking is done in it.
The minimum passing marks in the written test is 32.
Details of Syllabus-
G.K :- National & International Full forms, Sports, National Awards, international Award, Nobel prize, Important dates & battles in Indian and World, History and land marks of Indian History, national movement, geography, Continents and Sub Continents, Indian Armed Forces,Indian Towns, States and Union territories,Inventions and Discoveries, Environment, The Constitution of India, Religious communities and Principal Languages, National and International Days, International Organizations, Books and Authors, The world of Plants and animals.
G.S :- Food and nutrition, diseases and prevention, vitamins and their uses, Physics, Chemistry and Biology, Medical Terms, Scientific Terms, Scientific and Research Institutes in India.
Mathematics : – Factorization, HCF and LCM, quadratic equations, Lines and angles, triangles quadrilaterals, parallelograms and circles, Area and perimeters of Squares, rectangles parallelograms and circles, volume and surface area of cube, cuboids, cone, cylinders and sphere.
Most of the topics we wrote are covered by observing the exams i.e. previous year papers. Mainly the questions are based on the syllabus specified by the CBSE up to 11th level. Have some research to cover the main stream for the exam