Gandaki Pradesh Loksewa Level 5 Syllabus

Province Public Service Commission, Gandaki Province 5th Level Full Syllabus of Nepal Administration Service, Nepal Account Service and Nepal Law Service .

Province Public Service Commission , Gandaki

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About Syllabus:

The syllabus is divided into two parts. First Part is Written Examination and the last part of exam is computer skill test and interview. The first part exam is divided into three paper. In First paper you will be asked Questions from general knowledge and IQ which are multiple choice questions. Total fifty questions are asked in first paper and you have only 45 minutes time.

After first paper exam, second and third paper is written paper. Second paper question paper subject is Contemporary Studies & Public Service Management and Third paper question subject is Service related group service . Time for second and third paper is 2 hours and 30 minutes respectively.

( Syllabus In English)
PAPER I: – General Knowledge &General Mental Ability Test

  1. General Knowledge 60 Marks
    1.1 General information about the universe.
    1.1.1 The solar system: sun, planets, satellites, asteroids, meteors, comets
    1.1.2 The earth: introduction, origin and motion of the earth.

  2. 1.2 Geography of World – continent, ocean, pole, latitude, longitude, international date
    line, time, distance, mountains, deserts, earthquake, volcano, rivers, glaciers, lakes,
    climate, trade winds, monsoon.

  3. 1.3 Geography of Nepal
    1.3.1 Types and characteristics of physical features.
    1.3.2 Natural resources: types, achievement and existing scenario.
    1.3.3 Diversified geographical features and life.
    1.3.4 Types and characteristics climate of Nepal. Socio-economic activities and
    diversity in livelihood due to diversified climate.

  4. 1.4 History of the World – Magna Carta, Industrial revolution, French revolution, American
    war of independence, Russian/October revolution, First and Second World wars and
    Indian movement for independence; events, causes and effects.

  5. 1.5 History of Nepal (From ancient period till now)
    1.5.1 Social, economic and political conditions of Kiranti Period, Lichhavi Period and
    Malla Period.
    1.5.2 Modern history of Nepal notable political events, causes and consequences.

  6. 1.6 Social and cultural aspects of Nepal
    1.6.1 Customs, traditions, norms, values, religions, ethnicity, languages, cultures, arts,
    literature, music
    1.6.2 Type, characteristics and importance of cultural heritages.

  7. 1.7 Economic status of Nepal: Infrastructures of development (agriculture, industry, trade,
    tourism, transportation, communication, health, electricity) and development planning

  8. 1.8 Health, science and technology: General information about
    1.8.1 Direct impact of science and technology development in human life. 1.8.2
    Alternative energy, information communication technology and biotechnology.
    1.8.3 Evolution and heredity, health, diseases, vaccines, food, nutrition and sanitation.
    1.8.4 Materials used in daily life including soap, plastics, fibre, glass, fertilizers,
    insecticides / pesticides.

  9. 1.9 Ecosystem and environment
    1.9.1 Introduction and type of ecosystem, and bio-geo chemical cycle.
    1.9.2 Sustainable development, bio-diversity, rare flora and fauna, global warming,
    climate change, green house effect, depletion of ozone, environment, pollution,
    population, urbanization, settlement (migration).

  10. 1.10 International affairs and institutions
    1.10.1 Relations of Nepal with neighboring countries and other countries including
    Britain, America, Japan, etc.
    1.10.2 United Nations: bodies, specialized agencies and activities of the UNO.
    1.10.3 Regional organizations: the SAARC, BIMSTEC, ASEAN, EU.

  11. 1.11 Information on current affairs and events including political, social, economic,
    scientific, cultural, sports, books, prizes, arts, literature, music of national and
    international importance, and noted personalities and thinkers.

  1. General Mental Ability Test (GMAT) 40 Marks
    2.1 Verbal reasoning test:
    Comprehension, vocabulary, series, analogy,classification, coding-decoding, insert
    the missing character, direction and distance sense test, logical reasoning, ranking
    order, assertion and reason, induction, deduction, courses of action.

  2. 2.2 Quantitative (Numerical) reasoning test
    Series/sequence, analogy, classification, coding, insert themissing character,
    common property, matrices, data interpretation, data checking, arithmetical
    reasoning/operation, percentage, fraction, decimal, ratio, average, loss, profit,
    date/calendar, time and work.

  3. 2.3 Non-verbalreasoning test:
    Series, analogy, symmetry, classification, analytical reasoning, Venn diagrams, figure
    matrix, construction of squaresand triangles, figure formation and analysis, dot
    situation, water images, mirror images, embedded figures, transposition of figures.

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