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The Kerala Public Service Commission (KSPC) has announced the date and details of the Public Relations Officer (PRO) exam 2014 for Apex Societies of Co-operative Sector. As per the schedule, the exam will be held on 2nd July 2014 Wednesday from 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM. Candidates those who had applied for the exam can download the admission tickets through their one time registration profile in the website www.keralapsc.gov.in from 11th June 2014. The preliminarily test consists of an objective type exam (OMR Valuation) based on the qualification prescribed for the post.
Kerala PSC PRO Exam Syllabus
The duration of the exam will be 1 hour 15 minutes with maximum marks 100. Divided into 2 parts, the main topics for the exam are Part I Public Relations and Part II General Knowledge, Current Affairs & Renaissance in Kerala. Part I Public Relations cover chapters like Origin and Growth of PR, Public Relations in India, PR functions, PR Counselling and consultancy, PR Campaign, PR tools and PR and social responsibility. Part II covers areas like General knowledge, Current affairs, Facts about Kerala, Renaissance of Kerala, Important Events/ Movements/Leaders.
The scale of pay for Public Relations Officer is 12200-32275 (Pre-revised). With only one vacancy reported from the Kerala State Co-operative Bank Limited, 560 candidates have applied for the post.
How to prepare for Kerala PSC Public Relations Officer (PRO) exam?
For those candidates who wish to take up this challenging job, a well mastery over the subject is needed. As the number of vacancy is limited to just one, it would be much tougher to get to the rank list. A well knowledge about the portions related to Public Relations, General Awareness and familiarity with important Events / Movements/Leaders in Kerala is needed.
Much before the examination, candidates should take as many Mock Tests as possible. During the exam, candidates must try to give prior importance to answer easy questions first. As the Kerala PSC exam pattern is different, one will get only less than one minute for answering one question. Much practice is needed to answer all the questions in stipulated time.