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The Kerala PSC has announced the date of the demonstrator in tool and die engineering exam. According to the schedule, the exam will be held on 3rd July 2014 (Thursday) from 7.15 AM to 9.15 AM at various centres across the state. Candidates can download the hall tickets through their one time registration profile in the website www.keralapsc.gov.in from 12th June 2014. The preliminarily test consists of an objective type exam (OMR Valuation) based on the qualification prescribed for the position.
The scale of pay of the engineering job would be Rs 7990-12930. 700 candidates have submitted online applications for the 2 (Two) vacancies reported . The list of selected candidates published by the Commission will remain in force for a minimum period of one year.
The written Test /OMR Test is scheduled to conduct on 3rd July 2014. The objective Type Test (OMR Valuation) consists of three parts. Part I contains General Knowledge, Current Affairs, & Renaissance in Kerala while Part II covers Physics and Chemistry. Questions based on Diploma in Tool and Die Engineering or Technology form Part III.
How to prepare for Demonstrator in Tool and Die Engineering Exam?
With less than a month left for the Kerala demonstrator in tool and die engineering exam, applicants should have to dedicate much time for serious studies. With limited vacancies and large number of applicants, a planned learning is needed to secure top rank. Other than having knowledge about the syllabus, applicants must take as many Mock Tests as possible. Mock tests will enable the candidates to get acquainted with the pattern of questions asked for the exam. As time management plays an important factor during the exam hall, candidates must give prior importance to answer easy questions. According to the Kerala PSC exam pattern, the time allotted to answer one question is less than one minute. So, well experience is much needed to respond all the questions in specific time. With less than a month left for the exam, have a close preparation rather than a wide reading.