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The Kerala Public Service Commission (Kerala PSC) has completed yet another stage of the preparation of exam for Grade III Overseer/Tracer (Category No: 518/2012) in Public Works/Irrigation. According to the timetable, the exam is scheduled to be held on 15th July Tuesday from 7.30 PM to 9.15 AM. The preliminarily test consists of an objective type exam (OMR Valuation) based on the qualification prescribed for the post.
Candidates who have applied for the post can download the admission tickets through their one time registration profile in the website www.keralapsc.gov.in. The exam duration will be 1 hour 15 minutes with maximum marks 100.
Points to remember
The Grade III Overseer/Tracer qualifying test will be conducted on 15th June 2014 for Category No: 518/2012 to fill vacancies. With a scale pay of 9,940 - 16,580/, the number of vacancies calculated is 51. 14,000 plus applicants have submitted applications through the one time registration. The duration of exam will be 1.45 hours while the time includes the verification of documents also. The list of selected candidates published by the Commission shall remain in force for a minimum period of one year.
Overseer Grade III Syllabus
The following topics are mostly included in the syllabus for the Overseer Grade III exam.
• 1.Building Materials
• 2.Building Construction
• 3.Building Planning and Estimating
• 4.Surveying and Levelling
• 5.Geometrical Drawing
• 6.Hydraulics and Irrigation
• 8.Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering
Grade III Overseer/Tracer exam preparation
Like all other PSC exams, a thorough knowledge about the syllabus and dedicated learning can bring positive result. Candidates who have applied for the post should give prime importance to the detailed syllabus. In the final stage of preparation, working with previous question papers and taking online mock tests would build up more confidence. It will also help to gather more knowledge about the patter of questions. Small study circles and groups should be formed and utilized properly to discuss the topics and building up good strategy for the exam.