Indian Army Havildar Syllabus 2016 – Indian Army has issued a recruitment notification Indian Army 635 Havildar Posts Recruitment 2016, it going to hire employees for Havildar posts. Indian Army invites applications in a prescribed format for the recruitment of these 635 posts. For that many people were applied for the posts. The organization has going to conduct an examinations for the recruitment of employees to these posts. So, Candidates who were applied for the exam can check the exam pattern, syllabus and model papers for the exam. It gives better preparation for the exam.
Indian Army Havildar Posts Selection Procedure
Candidate should be selected through a Examination. This examination will conducted through written mode. Candidate who will be shortlisted in the written exam, Physical Examination and Interview conducted by the Indian Army.
Indian Army Havildar Posts Examination Pattern
Candidate who were applied for these posts they will going to write Examination. This examination will consists of a single paper. This paper consists of multiple choice questions. All candidates will undergo a common multiple-choice type examination. This examination will consists of papers:
General Knowledge and General English.
Biology and Computer Science.
Political Science and Economics.
Indian Army Havildar Syllabus for Written Exam
Parts of speech,
questions from paragraph,
Developing the story,
Passage punctuation etc.
Social and Political Affairs(including protocol, who is who etc.),
Expansion of acronyms like FAO,
Problems on finding Surface areas and volumes of combinations of any two of the following cubes,
Hemispheres and right circular cylinders /cones,
Frustum of a cone,
Profit and loss,
Simple / Compound interest,
Linear equations with two variables.
Rise of National Movement-Factors,
Boycott and Swadeshi Movement,
Rise of Muslim League in 1906 : Cause,
Khilafat Movement and the Non-Cooperation Movement,
Civil Disobedience Movement,
Quit India Movement,
Independence and Partition of India.
Origin of democracy,
Hindrance to democracy,
Casteism and Untouchbility,
The United Nations,
India’s relations with her Neighbours.
Types of forests ,
Conservation and protection of forests,
National Parks and wildlife sanctuaries,
Conservation of wildlife,
Sources of Water,
Uses of water resources,
Multipurpose River Valley projects,
Distribution of irrigated Areas,
Growing need of water,
Conservation and management of water resources,
Morphology of Angiosperm,
Embryology of angiosperms,
Plant growth and growth hormones,
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