Kharidar New Syllabus details of Lok Sewa Aayog. Lok Sewa Aayog (Public Service Commission) PSC recently published the new syllabus Pathyakram of Kharidar Level ( Ra Pa Ana Ditiya). Kharidar New Syllabus (Kharidar Naya Pathyakram) published by Lok Sewa Aayog. All the new kharidar syllabus updates are given below. The syllabus of open competitive examination for non-technical justice, administration, audit and parliamentary service, gazette unnumbered second class, buyer or similar posts has been made public.

The Public Service Commission has made public the new syllabus with effect from the advertisement of the Fiscal Year 2077/78. In the new syllabus, the first paper has general knowledge and general intellectual test, the second paper has office management and the third paper has work related subjects. The previous science and mathematics has been removed. Kharidar New Syllabus valid from 2077 Falgun, Kharidar syllabus new 2078.

Kharidar Syllabus Update Lok Sewa Aayog First second third paper loksewa

  1. First Paper: General Knowledge & Basic Office Skills Test
    Exam Questions type: Objective (Multiple Choice Questions)
    Full Marks: 100
    Time: 45 Minutes
    Total questions: 50 numbers
  2. Second Paper: Office Management
    Exam Questions type: Subjective (Long & Short Questions)
    Full Marks: 100
    Time: 2 hours 30  Minutes
    Total questions: 12 long, 4 short questions numbers
  1. Third Paper: Job Knowledge Related Subject
    Exam Questions type: Subjective (Long & Short Questions)
    Full Marks: 100
    Time: 2 hours 30  Minutes
    Total questions: 8 long, 6 short questions numbers
  2. Last Phase: Computer Skills Test & Interview
    Exam Questions type: Practical Questions & Oral Interview
    Full Marks: 50
    Time: 15 minutes for Practical, For interview no time limit

PAPER I: – (General Knowledge and Basic Office Skills Test) 
Section (A) : General Knowledge
1. Solar System and Geography (6 questions × 2 marks = 12 Marks) 
1.1 General information on solar system and earth. 
1.2 Geography of World – continent, ocean, pole, latitude, longitude, time, distance, mountains, earthquake, volcano, rivers, glaciers, lakes, climate. 
1.3 Geography of Nepal – geographical location, relief features and natural resources (water resources, animals, plants, soils, minerals, mountains). 
2. History (6 questions × 2 marks = 12 Marks) 
2.1 History of the World – Industrial revolution, French revolution, American War of independence, Russian revolution/October revolution, First and Second World wars and Indian movement for independence: events, causes and effects. 
2.2 History of Nepal (From ancient period till now) 
2.2.1 Social, economic and political conditions of Kiranti Period, Lichhavi Period and Malla Period. 
2.2.2 Modern history of Nepal (from Nepal’s unification to present day) notable political events, social, cultural and economic conditions. 
3. Social and economical aspect of Nepal and Polity (6 questions × 2 marks = 12 Marks) 
3.1 Information on social aspect including traditions, norms, values, religions, ethnicity, languages, cultures, arts, literature, music, cultural heritages 
3.2 Economic Indicators (economic growth, GDP, per capita income, remittance, foreign investment, foreign co-operation) 
3.3 Economic status (agriculture, industry, trade, tourism, transportation, communication, development planning) of Nepal. 
3.4 Polity and governance of Nepal – constitution, federal system, political system. 
4. Science Technology, Public Health and Environment (6 questions×2 marks = 12 Marks) 
4.1 Information on recent scientific activities and major inventions of science which has direct impact on human life. 
4.2 General Information on health, food and nutrition. 
4.3 Information on ecology, biodiversity, sustainable development, climate change, environmental management, pollution, population, urbanization, settlement (migration) 
5. International Relations and Current Affairs (6 questions × 2 marks = 12 Marks)
5.1 International affairs and institutions – the UNO and regional organizations (the SAARC, ASEAN, EU). 
5.2 Information on current affairs of national and international importance, and noted personalities and thinkers. 

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Section (B) : Basic Office Skills Test (BOST)
The Basic Office Skills Test (BOST) includes the following tests: 
1. Verification test: This test will include questions that check or find errors or similarities or differences on data, numbers or verbal information. 
2. Completion: This test will consist of questions on verbal or numerical or non-verbal (pictorial) details to complete blank space, series, pattern or matrix logically. 
3. Classification: This test will include questions on verbal or numerical or non-verbal (pictorial) details to classify or differentiate logically. 
4. Analogy: This test will include questions on verbal or numerical or non-verbal (pictorial) details to find out relations logically. 
5. Filing aptitude test: This test will include questions to solve the verbal and numerical filing items or operation alphabetically, numerically or chronologically. 
6. Follows instructions: This test will include questions that can be solved by following the written instructions exactly. 
7. Numerical reasoning test: This test will include questions related to fundamental arithmetic operations. 
8. Coding & Matching test: This test will include questions relating to coding and matching of verbal or numerical details. 
9. Analytical reasoning test: This test will include verbal or numerical or non-verbal (pictorial) types of analytical reasoning questions. 
10. Direction and Distance sense test: This test will include questions to find the direction and distance.

Note:- The main purpose of the Basic Office Skills Test (BOST) is to assess a candidate’s ability to perform essential clerical tasks quickly and accurately, i.e. read quickly, check the accuracy of verbal and numerical information, compare sets of information, follow written instructions, understand and interpret written material and make simple decisions. It assesses a candidate’s ability and reasoning to determine the appropriate arithmetic operation for solving a problem. It also assesses a candidate’s visual speed and accuracy as well as space relations aptitude. The nature and standard of questions in Basic Office Skills Test (BOST) will be such that an educated Class X level person will be able to answer them without any specialized study. Focus will be on testing a candidate’s ability to think logically on the basis of a set of rules and analyze situations using common sense. It will reflect the candidates’ ability to analyse rather than the ability to memorise.

Computer Practical Test- Computer Skill Test Syllabus Lok Sewa Aayog

Computer Skill Test Computer Practical Syllabus
1. Windows Basic 
Introduction to Graphical User Interface  
Starting and shutting down Windows  
Basic Windows Elements – Desktop, Taskbar, My Computer, Recycle Bin, etc.  
Concept of files and folders  
Searching files and folders 
2. Word Processing/ MS Word  
Creating, saving and opening documents  
Typing in Devanagari and English  
Text formatting (Font, Size, Color, Underline, Italic, Bold, etc) and paragraph formatting (alignment, indentation, spacing)  
Inserting header, footer, page number  
Page setting (margin, page size, orientation), previewing and printing of documents