Written Tests on Saturday, 10.02.2018 at 09.30 a.m. at IIT (BHU), Varanasi.
1. There will be three stages for recruitment of Junior Library Assistant.
i. Multiple Choice Based screening test (Stage-1)
ii. Descriptive test (Stage-2)
iii. Skill Test (Stage-3)
Stage-1 and Stage-2 test shall be held together on 10.02.2018. On the basis of Stage-1, ten times candidates in each category (i.e General/SC /OBC) will be shortlisted to appear for Skill Test (Stage-3). The result of Stage -1 will be displayed on the website and the successful candidates will be intimated on their registered email and mobile number. The Skill Test (Stage-3) will be held on Sunday, 11.02.2018 from 10.00 a.m. onwards at IIT (BHU), Varanasi
i) Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) based screening test (Stage-1):
a. The Screening Test will comprise one paper of 60 minutes duration containing 50 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ). Since the candidates are expected to have a sound understanding of English language, the question paper shall be in English only except the questions on comprehension of Hindi Language.
b. There shall be negative marking. Two marks shall be awarded for each correct answer while one mark shall be deducted for each incorrect answer. Unattempted question will be awarded zero marks.
ii) Descriptive test (Stage-2)
a. A descriptive test of 60 minutes duration carrying 50 marks will be held along with the MCQ based Screening Test (Stage-1).
b. Answer sheets of Stage-2 of only those candidates will be evaluated, who obtain minimum qualifying marks in the Skill Test (Stage- 3).
iii) Skill Test (Stage-3)
Skill Test will be held for the candidates who have been shortlisted on the basis of MCQ based Screening Test (Stage-1). The duration of the test will be 30 minutes. It will carry 100 marks. The test will consist of
a. Tasks related to Library housekeeping jobs on library software
b. Searching for documents through databases and proficiency in internet browsing
c. Test of knowledge in MS Office and Excel
Syllabus for Stage-1 and Stage-2
General Hindi, General English, General Arithmetic, General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Reasoning & Logical Abilities, Application of Computer Software like MS-Word, Excel, Power Point and questions pertaining to the specific area of work.
Following minimum qualifying marks and weightage (for final merit) have been assigned to different stages:
Preparation of final merit list The final merit list will be prepared out of 200 marks. As per the weightage assigned to the two stages of the test, the distribution of marks will be as under: