[Studyplan] Studyplan for Himachal Pradesh Subordinate Allied Services/Posts Exam, 2016 : Excise & Taxation Inspector, Food Inspector, Election Kanungo and Extension Officer in Industries

Himachal Pradesh Subordinate Allied Services/Posts Examination, 2016

Proposed 
 Services/Posts Categories : Excise & Taxation Inspector, Food Inspector, Election Kanungo and Extension Officer in Industries.

Scheme of Examination :



Sr No
Paper / Stages of Exam
Syllabus/ Pattern
Total Marks
1
 Screening Test / Prelims 
General  Knowledge
200
2
Main Written Examination 
1.English (150 Marks)
2.Hindi (150 Marks)
3. General  Knowledge (200 Marks)
500
3
Viva-Voce 
Personality Test + General Awareness
100

Total

Merit out of 600 Marks  of Mains + Viva

Note :
  1. The marks obtained by the candidates in the screening test will not be counted for determining their final order of merit.
  2. The number of candidates to be called for (Main) written examination will  be  20  times  of  the  total  number  of  posts  advertised.
  3. In the event of a tie, order of merit shall be determined in accordance  with  highest  marks  secured  in  the  viva-voce  and  shall  the  marks  in  the viva-voce of the candidates who tie be equal, then the order of merit shall be  decided  in  accordance  with  the  highest  marks  obtained  by such candidates in the aggregate of the written examination.
Also Read : [Previous Paper] Himachal Pradesh Subordinate Allied Services Previous Paper - 2013





Detailed Syllabus of 
Himachal Pradesh Subordinate Allied Services/Posts Examination, 2016 : 

Syllabus for Screening Test : 

Paper of three hours’ duration consisting of 200 marks (General Knowledge - Objective type).

(1) History, Geography and Socio Economic development of Himachal Pradesh. (60 marks)


(2) Knowledge of Current Events of national and international importance and such matters of everyday observation and experience in their scientific aspects as may be expected of an educated person who has not made a special study of any scientific object. (60 marks)

(3) Modern History from 1857 onwards of India, Indian Culture, Indian Polity, Indian Economy, Geography of India and Disaster management. Environment and Gender issues and teaching of Mahatma Gandhi. (80 marks) 



Syllabus for Main Examination :

Paper No. 1: English (Conventional)  [Marks =150, Time = 03 hours]

Candidates will be required to answer questions designed to test their understanding of English and workmen like use of words .Some of the questions will be devised to test also their reasoning power, their capacity to perceive implications their ability to distinguish between the important and the less important and to write an essay. Passage will usually be set for summary or précis. Credit will be given for concise the effective expression.


Paper No. 2 Hindi (Conventional) [Marks =150, Time = 03 hours]


(i) Translation of an English Passage into Hindi.
(ii) Explanation of Hindi passage in Prose and Poetry in same language.
(iii) Composition (Essay, Idioms, Correction etc).


Paper No. 3 General Knowledge [Marks =200, Time = 03 hours]


History, geography, and socio economic development of Himachal Pradesh. Knowledge of current events of National and International importance and of such matter of every day observation and experience in their scientific aspects as may be expected of an educated person who has not made a special study of any scientific subject. The paper will also include questions on Modern History (From 1857 onwards) of India, Indian culture, Indian polity, Indian Economy and Geography of India of such nature as candidates should be able to answer without special study and question on the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi.


Viva-Voce: 100 Marks

The candidate will be interviewed by the Commission who will have before them a record of his career. He will be asked questions in matters of General interest. The object of the interview is to assess the personal suitability of the candidate for the services/ Posts or service/post for which he has applied to the Commission. They intended to judge the mental caliber of candidates. In broad terms, this is really as assessment of not only his intellectual qualities but also social traits and his interest in current affairs. Some of qualities to be judged are mental alertness, variety and depth of interest, ability for social cohesion and leadership, intellectual and moral integrity.



Studyplan for 
Himachal Pradesh Subordinate Allied Services/Posts Examination, 2016 :

First of all I would like to say that this Paper is not going to be an Easy paper at all, this is going to be a Similar Exam like Naib tehsildar (NT/CDPO-TWO) Exam, Reason is that they have almost Same syllabus for these exams and level of difficulty will be of same level, they will ask difficult and alien questions that will test the depth of the candidates so one thing that matter is how vastly you going to prepare for this exam, They simply going to ask you very tough questions that's why you have to read some standard reference books because many of the questions will not come directly from Lucent / Here , Arihant,TMH manual. I am saying that nothing will come from these books but many (half) questions will come from different books as HPPSC like to test the depth of study and analysis.


How to Prepare for 
Screening Test/ Prelims:


In my opinion you have to read a lot and in depth and still you can't say that you definitely will make to next stage but if you will read more and more and prepare current affair well, then you will always have chance to qualify. Luck also plays a part in this exam because if you attempt 60% questions correctly and then you can also do some guess work as there is no provision of negative marking in this exam. But it doesn't work for all it only work for those who work hard. In this article I will try to Guide to you how to approach this paper, which books to follow and previous year papers.


(a)  History,  Geography  and  Socio-Economic  development  of  Himachal Pradesh. =60 Marks

Detail : In this Section Questions related to Himachal General Knowledge Will be asked related to History, Culture, Political History, Geography, Socio-Economic development and Current affair of Himachal Pradesh. But don't expect easy questions, there will be hardly few easy questions, rest will be really hard. So you will need to read authentic books and more than one book. In previous years there were questions which were not even in Good books, so you have to study from multiple resources.

For this section you need to have One or two books of Himachal GK so that you can score in this section, this is a scoring section so it is important to prepare this section quite well. I will mention following books to cover this section:


1. The Wonderland Himachal Book - Jag Mohan Bhalokhra Or Himachal Pradesh: History, Culture and Economy - Mian Govardhan Singh

2. A book of Objective Questions "Himachal Darpan Samanya Gyan By Aaksah Publisher (Aakash Entrance Series)" this book is quite useful and contains a lot of questions. A must have book.

3. Keep Reading Newspaper and prepare Himachal Current affair of last 12 or 15 months.


For More Info Visit : Strategy for Himachal General Studies/Himchal GK



(b) Knowledge of current events of National and International importance and  such  matters  of  every  day  observation  and  experience  in  their scientific aspects as may be expected of an educated person who has not made a special study of any scientific subject. =60 Marks


Detail: This section is Current Affair of India and International Events. This section is most dominated section and 50 questions will appear from this section, So this is the most important section, you have to prepare Current affairs of Last one year and current months too, they can ask from anywhere and any topic. So be prepared. If you have any Old Magazines of each months of One last year (i.e. from August 2015 to Till the month of Exam) then its good, read them again otherwise you have to buy yearbook that cover the current affair of one year. Otherwise [
India Yearbook 2016 / Here (English) / Bharat 2016 / Here ]will also fulfill this purpose as well as for other exams because it will cover the whole current and also its official Govt Book.


Sources:


1. Newspaper : The Hindu, The Indian Express, Or Hindi Newspaper if you don't read English. Newspaper is the most important source for this section.

2. Any Good Monthly Magazine e.g. PD, Competition in focus etc

3. 
India Yearbook 2016 / Here (English) / Bharat 2016 Here (Very important because it will cover Current of one year)

4. Manorma Year Book 2016 (English) Or  Hindi / Here


(c) 
Modern History from 1857 onwards of India, Indian Culture, Indian Polity, Indian EconomyGeography of India and Disaster managementEnvironment and Gender issues and teaching of Mahatma Gandhi. (80 marks) 

Detail: This Section will cover History, Culture, Polity, Economy etc... So you also have to work hard for this section because this section contains vast syllabus.


Sources:
 



English Medium People: ( Hindi Medium list is given Below this)


NCERT/NIOS/ICSE Books (6th to 12th of History, Polity, Geography, Economy) are very important if you have then well and good but if you don't have then these reference books will fulfill the purpose. 

History, Culture And Freedom Section : 
In this part you have to cover Ancient, medieval and Modern History so i will Suggest these books for this part Click here and chose one book from each section  Ancient, medieval and Modern History below...


Ancient History: (Choose 1 book of these)
  1. A History of Ancient and Early Medieval / Here  
  2. India's Ancient Past New / Here  
  3. The Wonder That Was India / Here 


Medieval History:

  1. History Of Medieval India / Here 

Modern History: (Choose 1 book among these)

  1. From Plassey to Partition : A History of Modern India Here 
  2. History of Modern India / Here 

Indian Freedom Struggle:
  1. India’s Struggle For Independence – Bipan Chandra / Here 

Indian Culture:
  1. Facets of Indian Culture – Spectrum / Here


Geography Section:

  1. NCERT +
  2. Tata MacGrawHill General Studies Manual : English Hindi is enough for NT Exam.


Polity Section:

  1. Indian Polity for Civil Services Exam by M. Laxmikanth. / Here 

Economy Section:

  1. Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh / Here (Economy)

Science Section:  

  1. Tata MacGrawHill General Studies Manual  English Hindi  will Cover Physics, Chemistry, Biological Sciences and Computer part.


Gandhian Studies :


Each year they ask 8-10 questions related to Mahatma Gandhi's life, his experiments, his contribution to nation and about his ideology. So this section is quite important.


For Gandhian Studies there are not any Specific books So you have to read from Mainly Modern History Books (Mentioned above already )... but that will also not cover the Whole Section. Few Good books that will cover this section are...

Gandhi, Nehru, Tagore tatha Adhunik Bharat ke Anya Prasiddh Vyaktitva Here ( if english edition is not available then buy Hindi Edition, because reading this book is fun... ;)
Book by Gandhi Himself is also very Useful...

An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - MK Gandhi




Hindi Medium People:


History, Culture And Freedom Section :
 In this part you have to cover Ancient, medieval and Modern History so i will Suggest these books for this part Click here and chose one book from each section  Ancient, medieval and Modern History below...



Pracheen Bharat (
Ancient History): (Choose one of them)

  1. Pracheen Bharat Ka Itihas evam Sanskriti - P. L. Gulam / Here  Excellent Book 
  2. Prarmbhaik Bharat Ka Parichay - Ram Sharan Sharma / Here
  3. Pracheen Bharat Ka Itihas - Shailendra Senger / Here
  4. Pracheen Bharat Ka Itihas - V.D. Mahajan / Here

MadhyaKalin Bharat (Medieval History):

  1.  Madhyakaleen Bharat - Rajniti, Samaj Aur Sanskriti by Satish Chandra / Here

Aadhunik Bharat (Modern history):
 (choose one of these)
  1.  Palassi Se Vibhajan Tak : Adhunik Bharat Ka Itihas / Here
  2.  Aadhunik Bharat ka itihas - Bipin Chandra / Here

Bhartiya Rashtriya Andolan
 (Indian Freedom struggle) :
  1.  Bharat ka rastiya andolan- Bipin Chander / Here

Bhartiya Sanskriti 
(Indian Culture):
  1. Bhartiya Kala evan Sanskriti
  2. Bhartiya Sanskriti Spectrum / Here

Vishwa Itihaas (World History) Section:

  1. Samkaleen Vishwa KaItihas 1890-2008 by Arjun Dev (Old NCERT) / Here

Bhugol (Geography) Section: 
  1. Tata MacGraw Hill Samanya Adhayan (Hindi) / Here
  2. NCERT class 6th to 12th 

Rajvyavastha (Polity) Section:
  1. Bharat Ki Rajvyavastha by M. Laxmikanth / Here

Arthavayavsta (
Economy) Section:
  1. Bhartiya Arthavayavsta by Ramesh Singh / Here

Science Section: 
  1. Tata MacGraw Hill Samanya Adhayan (Hindi) / Here  this will Cover Physics, Chemistry, Biological Sciences and Computer part. 
Current Affairs : 

  1. India Yearbook 2016 / Here (English) / Bharat 2016 / Here(Current Affairs)
  2. Newspapers : The HinduThe Indian ExpressFrontline , Jansatta.

Gandhian Studies :

Each year they ask 8-10 questions related to Mahatma Gandhi's life, his experiments, his contribution to nation and about his ideology. So this section is quite important. 


For Gandhian Studies there are not any Specific books So you have to read from Mainly Modern History Books
 (Mentioned above already )... but that will also not cover the Whole Section. Few Good books that will cover this section are...Gandhi, Nehru, Tagore tatha Adhunik Bharat ke Anya Prasiddh Vyaktitva

Also try to read Gandhi's Autobiography mentioned in English section.



How to Prepare for Allied Service Main Examinations :



Paper No. 1: English (Conventional)  [Marks =150, Time = 03 hours]


Candidates will be required to answer questions designed to test their understanding of English and workmen like use of words .Some of the questions will be devised to test also their reasoning power, their capacity to perceive implications their ability to distinguish between the important and the less important and to write an essay. Passage will usually be set for summary or précis. Credit will be given for concise the effective expression.

Details: 
1. Comprehension 
2. Precis Writing
3. Paragraph Writing
4. Sentence Correction
5. Prepositions 
6. Use of Verbs
7. Articles
8. Pair of Words
These are the likely Topics of the English section, although they may change the topics and ask different questions from different topics. So be prepared for any unusual questions. So prepare this section thoroughly and don't take this section lightly.

Sources : 

1. Objective General English by SP Bakshi (Arihant) / Here 

4. Objective General English by R. S. Aggarwal / Here


6. Compulsory Englishfor Civil & Judicial Services ( Mains) by Tata McGraw Hill / Here

Paper No. 2 Hindi (Conventional) [Marks =150, Time = 03 hours]

(i) Translation of an English Passage into Hindi.
(ii) Explanation of Hindi passage in Prose and Poetry in same language.

(They Will Give you One Hindi paragraph of any eminent Writer's in which you have to express in your words in such a way that it doesn't lose its central theme and message and meanings of Important words) 

(They will also give an Poem or part of a Poetry of eminent Poet so you have to express in your words in such a way that it doesn't lose its central theme and message and meanings of Important words)

(iii) Composition (Essay, Idioms, Correction etc).

Sources : 

To prepare this section there are not specific Hindi Grammar and Literature books, but I am giving the links which are really useful for this and all other exams. Choose one of them I have posted them in a order I prefer. (Top 4 are best choices)

  1. Lucent's Sampurna Hindi Vyakaran Aur Rachna - Lucent
  2. Manak Samadnaya Hindi - Prithvinath Pandey / Here
  3. Samany Hindi - Lucent
  4. Aadhunik Hindi Vyakaran Aur Rachna - Vasudevnandan Prasad / Here 
  5. Hindi - Civil Seva Mukhya Pariksha : Laghu Prashnotri Avam Adhaywar Hal Prashna Patra - Seema Bharti / Here
  6. Samanya Hindi Bhasha / Here
  7. Samanya Hindi - Verma / Here
  8. Hindi Vyakaran: Ek Samrag Sahityik Sanklan - Dr. Bharti Pandey
  9. Vastunisht Hindi Sahitya Tatha Vyakaran - R. Gupta
  10. Samanya Hindi - R. Gupta


These are the likely Topics of the Hindi section, although they may change the topics and ask different questions from different topics. So be prepared for any unusual questions. So prepare this section thoroughly and don't take this section lightly.



Word of Advise : Don't take these sections (English, Hindi) lightly because they can trouble if you don't practice them enough but if you will take them seriously you may score quite well in both these sections.



Paper No. 3 General Knowledge [Marks =200, Time = 03 hours]


Historygeography, and socio economic development of Himachal Pradesh. Knowledge of current events of National and International importance and of such matter of every day observation and experience in their scientific aspects as may be expected of an educated person who has not made a special study of any scientific subject. The paper will also include questions on Modern History (From 1857 onwards) of India, Indian culture, Indian polity, Indian Economy and Geography of India of such nature as candidates should be able to answer without special study and question on the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi.


(a)  History,  Geography  and  Socio-Economic  development  of  Himachal Pradesh. = 60 Marks

Detail : In this Section Questions related to Himachal General Knowledge Will be asked related to History, Culture, Political History, Geography, Socio-Economic development and Current affair of Himachal Pradesh.

For this section you need to have One or two books of Himachal GK so that you can score in this section, this is a scoring section so it is important to prepare this section quite well. I will mention following books to cover this section:


1. The Wonderland Himachal Book - Jag Mohan Bhalokhra Or Himachal Pradesh: History, Culture and Economy - Mian Govardhan Singh

2. A book of Objective Questions "Himachal Darpan Samanya Gyan By Aaksah Publisher (Aakash Entrance Series)" this book is quite useful and contains a lot of questions. A must have book.

3. Keep Reading Newspaper and prepare Himachal Current affair of last 12 or 15 months.

For More Info Visit : Strategy for Himachal General Studies/Himchal GK


(b) Knowledge of current events of National and International importance and  such  matters  of  every  day  observation  and  experience  in  their scientific aspects as may be expected of an educated person who has not made a special study of any scientific subject. = 60 Marks

Detail: This section is Current Affair of India and International Events. So you have to prepare Current affairs of Last one year and current months too, they can ask from anywhere and any topic. So be prepared. If you have any Old Magazines of each months of One last year (i.e. from August 2015 to Till the month of Exam) then its good, read them again otherwise you have to buy yearbook that cover the current affair of one year. Otherwise [
India Yearbook 2016 / Here (English) / Bharat 2016 / Here ] will also fulfill this purpose as well as for other exams because it will cover the whole current and also its official Govt Book.


Sources:


1. Newspaper : The Hindu, The Indian Express, Or Hindi Newspaper if you don't read English.

2. Any Good Monthly Magazine e.g. PD, Competition in focus etc

3. India Yearbook 2016 / Here (English) / Bharat 2016 / Here (Very important because it will cover Current of one year)


(c)  Paper  will  also  include  questions  on  Modern  History  (From  1857 onwards) of India, Indian culture, Indian Polity, Indian Economy, Geography of India and Teachings of Mahatma Gandhi =80 Marks

Detail: This Section will cover History, Culture, Polity, Economy etc... So you also have to work hard for this section because this section contains vast syllabus.

Sources:  For this Section books will remain same as that of Prelims

1. NCERT/NIOS/ICSE Books (6th to 12th of History, Polity, Geography, Economy) OR

2. Tata MacGrawHill General Studies Manual : English Hindi (Also useful for IAS, HAS,SSC and all other Exams)

3. Lucent General Knowledge
 Lucent / Here (English) || Hindi / Here ( if you don't want to choose TMH Manual then its useful)


Viva-Voce: 100 Marks

The candidate will be interviewed by the Commission who will have before them a record of his career. He will be asked questions in matters of General interest. The object of the interview is to assess the personal suitability of the candidate for the services/ Posts or service/post for which he has applied to the Commission. They intended to judge the mental caliber of candidates. In broad terms, this is really as assessment of not only his intellectual qualities but also social traits and his interest in current affairs. Some of qualities to be judged are mental alertness, variety and depth of interest, ability for social cohesion and leadership, intellectual and moral integrity.


37 comments:

  1. Hi sir expected date of exam.any idea?

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    1. Probably in the month of October/November.

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  2. Why to study ancient & medieval Indian History when syllabus mention Modern India from 1857 onwards? And from where to prepare general science?

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    1. Because HPPSC have the habit of asking and surprising people with out of Syllabus of Questions, In HPAS Exam they every year ask questions out of syllabus, and when they say Modern History they sometimes do ask ancient or medieval or related questions with ancient times.. I am saying to study ancient or medieval history deeply, i am just saying that an overview of ancient or medieval history is must. Preparing for the next level never costs but less preparations always causes trouble, So why take any chances, Prepare everything relevant and do well.

      For Science section Either read the NCERT books form 8th to 12th (selected topics) or Read Tata Macgraw Hill GS manual for science section.

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  3. Sir iam new to this exam.I have certain queries regarding the future prospects of these services.iam 3 timer in ias mains,three in uppsc, appeared 2 times in hppsc and now working in a bank as an officer.however iam relenting pursuing civils for quite number of years.I believe that one should stop not till he/she gets the goal.now that iam crossed my age in gen cat it now seems distant dream for me,which has really teared me apart.I seek ur genuine advice on how to go from this root in realising my dream or this allied services is somewhat different,as to be practical it is not worthy (from financial point of view,as I have a family to support). as a friend ur advice and suggestions will really help me sir.thanks gaurav

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    1. U are right one should not stop working harder for achieving desired Goals, Sometimes life and destiny also tests the patience, but one must continue with same enthusiasm. Being Civil Servant is not the end of your journey, you are supposed to set greater Goals in life... The main thing in life is to do good work and there are plenty of ways to contribute. If you really had a dream to be Great officer then you can work hard and apply for these posts, In these posts some are on regular basis while some are on contractual basis. You ca apply and fulfill your dream, prospect of the job is really good.

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  4. Thanks khadubhai for ur concerned advice.I will move with double enthusiasm.friends like u is what makes the journey so enjoyable and reachable. Thanks once again.

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  5. sir i want to crack H PAS test..........sir plzz tell about the method(means some type of schedule) that how can i prepare for this test......i have just started the preparation but does not no how to manage time or..........i am BTECH pass out 2014 .....plzz suggest me some books or any other method for the preparation........i will be thankful to u...

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  6. Is exam 9 Aug? Many candidates are spreading this news,pls reply

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    1. May be on 9th August but Not Sure yet.

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  7. From where i can get Himachal Darpan book?

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    1. You can Buy it form Local Book Stores in major towns or cities of HP. Easily available in Shimla.

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    2. Dear Friend, You can purchase "Himachal Darpan book" at http://www.shunyafoundation.com/

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  8. Sir tell whether allied main examination subjective or objective

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  9. Pls tell about Exam pattern for Allied Mains Exam

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  10. hp allied will be of subjective so be ready like hpas mains gs paper.mains date will be decided after 15 february .......tentative in march.......

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    1. I don't know why people are creating chaos by speculating the Mains of Allied Services Exam. Whether it is subjective or objective it does not matter, still you have to prepare, for objective you have to study and for subjective too. only difference will be that you have to write answers in subjective inn given word limits, if words limits will not be given then you have to apply common sense that how much to write for how many marks depending upon the time and total no of questions available. So there is no need to panic about it, it will not be writing skill test it will be test of GK through your answers and you have to answer point to point without writing "Gappe" or irrelevant things. Hindi, English papers will also play decisive role so don't ignore them too. Overall Subjective Papers will not be that bad you just have to write to the point in a decent word limits with less grammatical mistakes and good content.

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  11. Sir expected allied mains exam date???

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  12. Sir, Is there any reference book for the preparation of Designated officer exam by HPPSC?

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  13. can you tell me how many chances are there for appearing in hppsc exams? Pls reply

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  14. sir do tell me that weather reading previous year solved question papers would be benifitial or not?

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  15. sir i have filled the form but dnt have any idea from where to start plz help on that

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  16. Same Question from my side also , can you please tell us from where we can start preparing for this Exam, also tell us the expected date of test ? Thanks In advance

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  17. respected sir i need some help regarding Allied services of himachal pradesh and NT exam. please give me some useful idea regarding these exam

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  18. Date of Allied services 2016 prelim announced 10th july

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  19. All the very best to all the aspirants

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  20. Sir plz tell me about allied service exam pattern pre and mains

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  21. any tips or suggestions for interview as till now i have faced only specific subject oriented or a particular field interviews......????

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    1. Prepare about your Profile.
      Current Affairs of 1 years, Mainly Important topics.
      Himachal GK, About you District, your Place, Your Education Profile, Job Profile if any, Experience etc, Your hobbies etc...
      Various State & Centre Schemes and their objectives.
      Your views on Popular issues like Poverty, Reservation, Reforms, Corruption, Social issues etc... Also Do some research on all the Allied Posts and nature of work of those posts and how you will handle it and how U'll face the challenges etc....


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  22. is 2nd paper of pre examination is qualifying??? in himachal administrative paper

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    1. NO not Qualifying ! Why will be qualifying only ?

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  23. Sir u have mentioned ancient and medieval history books & syllabus for allied mains,is this a typo error or they ll ask questions from this as syllabus didn't mentioned ancient and medieval history of india????

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    1. Sometimes they Do ask Questions from these sections, so I have mentioned books if someone don't prepare NCERT of Ancient and Medieval History. But the books I have mentioned are old NCERT very useful for any exams. These are very Precise and useful.

      Those books are :

      1. India's Ancient Past by R S Sharma (for ancient History -> Old NCERT very useful)
      2. History Of Medieval India by Satish Chandra (for Medieval History -> Old NCERT very useful)

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  24. 2016 allied exam expcted dates??

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    1. bhai ye toh what new mein 1 month pehley hi aa gaya tha 21 st august hai

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  25. sir can u tell me wt was d cutoff of premis last year..??

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    1. bhai 116 wala fail tha aur 119 wala pass tha last year cut off 118 ya 117 rahi hogi rti se nahi pata chala tha . students ne apne apne score bataya tha toh pata chala tha.

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