PNRD Assam Tax Collector Syllabus & Exam Pattern

PNRD Assam Tax Collector Exam Pattern

SubjectsNo of Questions Maximum MarksTotal Time Duration
Logical Reasoning, Aptitude & Comprehension1001003 Hours
Matters relating to History
and Culture of Assam and India
General Knowledge
  • The PNRD Assam Tax Collector Exam is an objective type Exam.
  • PNRD Assam Tax Collector Exam consists of 100 marks.
  • Total time Duration for PNRD Assam Tax Collector Exam is 3hrs.
  • 0.25 negative marking for every wrong answer in PNRD Assam Tax Collector Exam.

PNRD Assam Tax Collector Syllabus For Reasoning

  • Blood Relations.
  • Number Series.
  • Directions.
  • Coding-Decoding.
  • Analogy.
  • Decision Making.
  • Embedded Figures
  • Arithmetical Reasoning.
  • Cubes and Dice
  • Statement Conclusion
  • Number Ranking.
  • Alphabet Series.
  • Clocks & Calendars.
  • Mirror Images.
  • Non-Verbal Series.

PNRD Assam Tax Collector Syllabus – PNRD Assam Tax Collector Syllabus for Aptitude

  • Averages.
  • Percentages.
  • Ratio & Proportion.
  • Decimals and Fractions.
  • Computation of Whole Numbers.
  • Ratio and Time.
  • Time and Work.
  • Time and Distance.
  • Interest & Discount.
  • Profit and Loss.
  • Number Systems.
  • Use of Tables and Graphs Mensuration.
  • Fundamental Arithmetical Operations.
  • The relationship between Numbers.

PNRD Assam Tax Collector Syllabus – General Awareness

  • Current Events.
  • Economic Scene.
  • Sports.
  • Countries and Capitals.
  • Scientific Research.
  • History.
  • Culture.
  • National & Internation affairs.
  • States & Capitals.
  • Daily News.
  • Famous Personalities.
  • Art & Culture.
  • Sports & Games.
  • Current GK.
  • Geography.
  • General Polity including Indian Constitution.
  • Countries & Currencies.

PNRD Assam Tax Collector Syllabus – History and Culture of Assam and India

  • Indus Valley Civilisation — relation with Rigvedic and West Asian civilizations.
  • Effects of Alexanders invasion of India.
  • Sivaji — character and achievements.
  • Mughal administration central and provincial state of art, architecture and literature in Mughal India Decline of the Mughal Empire.
  • Effect of the Battle of Palassey— the advent of the British Clive in Bengal.
  • Warren Hastings — the real founder of the British Empire in India achievements impeachment.
  • Lord Cornwallis Permanent settlement.
  • Wellesley to Lord Hastings AngloMysore, AngloMaratha and AngloGurkha conflict.
  • Rise and fall of the Sikhs.
  • Bentinck to Dalhousie expansion and consolidation of Company’s rule in India.
  • Revolt of 1857 character and consequences.
  • India under the British Crown Canning to Mountbatten.
  • British relation with the NorthEast and NorthWest Frontier.
  • Impact of Western Education and Ideas — new awakening.
  • Birth of Indian National Congress Indian National Struggle for self-government, the partition of Bengal— Swadeshi movement.
  • NonCooperation Movement.
  • Constitutional Movements.
  • Ashoka as a ruler and missionary his place in history.
  • The decline of the Mauryas and Ashoka’s responsibility for it. The administrative system of the Mauryas.
  • Sungas, Kansas, Pallavas and Satavahans
  • The greatness of the Gupta— Guptas Golden Age, India Cultural contact with Southeast Asia and neighbouring countries.
  • Harshavardhanahis relation with King Bhaskarvarman of Kamrupa and Sasanka of Gauda Huen Tsang.
  • The Chalukyas and the Rastrakutas of the Deccan.
  • The Arab invasion of Sind.
  • The Khiliji imperialism under Alauddin
  • The Tughluqs and disintegration of the Delhi Sultanate.
  • Mughal Afghan contest (15261556) Shershah.
  • Akbar as a national monarch– religious policy, civil and military administration.
  • Aurangajebcharacter and policy, his responsibility for the downfall of the Mughal Empire.

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