Nov 21, 2014

How to Prepare for a Subsequent Job Interview

How to Prepare for a Subsequent Job Interview
Have you been told that you will be called for another interview later? If yes, then you must feel lucky because it’s a good sign. Not every person gets the opportunity to make it to the second interview. Only those who show signs of professionalism and passion get this opportunity.

The problem is that in these tough times of recession and economic breakdown where job availability has become very scarce, most firms are going towards downsizing instead of hiring more people. If you are one of those lucky ones to be called up for a second interview, you must grab this opportunity with both hands. Don’t get over-confident and blow your interview away. Be prepared as if you are going for interview for the first time because there is still a possibility of rejection.

Following are some solid guidelines for job seekers that should help them achieve success and secure the job in their second interview.

(1) Knowledge about the Company

Even though it will be your second interview, try to learn as much as you can about the company if you haven’t already done so. With so much information available through online social networking sites such as LinkedIn, this is usually pretty easy to do. This practice will help you understand their mission, goals and future plans, and thus you will be in a better position to present yourself as an ideal candidate.

(2) Review Your Previous Performance

Reviewing your performance from your first interview can definitely help you nail your second interview and secure the job. Note down any questions or situations that caused you difficulty or embarrassment and plan how you will handle these aspects in your upcoming interview. Come up with new information, ideas, accomplishments, examples and let the employer know how keen you are in offering your services to the company.

(3) Check Your Appearance

Going for a second interview doesn’t denote a more casual interview. Hence, don’t even think about wearing casual clothes. Take this interview more seriously than the previous one and dress up as professionally as you can. Make sure your clothes are clean and pressed. Pay attention to your body language as well. Yes, there should be a certain sense of comfort during your second interview but that doesn’t mean the interviewer has become your friend and you can go and talk to him frankly. So, dress appropriately and present yourself professionally.

(4) Don’t Show Up Late

If you think that you have been called for the second interview because you have been hired already, then you are mistaken. But, there is certainly a possibility that you may get the job. So, don’t destroy your chances by arriving late on the day of interview. In fact, get there at least 15 minutes earlier. Since you have gone there before, you already know how the traffic will be. So, plan your commute wisely. If you show up late before you are hired, the company will think that it’s your habit and they will get rid of you immediately. So, don’t make this mistake.

(5) Negotiate Your Terms

At times job seekers are caught off guard when the interviewer raises the subject of salary and benefits. Be prepared to negotiate. After all, your ultimate goal is to earn money.

(6) Get a Good Night’s Sleep

Get a good night’s sleep before the day of your interview because you don’t want to end up looking tired and lazy during your interview. Maintain your energy, confidence and enthusiasm because they will take you through the winning line.

Conclusion

Following these guidelines properly in your subsequent interview will definitely assist you in securing a job, provided you are confident and willing.

Author Bio:

A career guidance service provider, Alice Scarlet works at a prominent firm that help and guide students who ask professionals, ‘how do I do my assignment flawlessly’. She’s also a spiritual healer and a practitioner of Yoga.
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Nov 21, 2014 by vk sheyad · 0

8 Super Tips to Get a Job at a Non-Profit Organization

8 Super Tips to Get a Job at a Non-Profit Organization
Has the humanitarian in you been bugging you lately to leave the profit driven corporate world and do some good?  Unless you are a billionaire like Bill Gates, you would probably have to do your part of good, while working a job.  The good news is that you can combine a job and doing good by working for a non-profit entity.  To give you some inspiration, here is a quote from an article by Kerry Hannon on Forbes, which discussed a survey report by Idelaist.org: “…organizations are planning on hiring more people. Of those who replied, forty-two percent plan to hire new positions and nearly half will fill positions that become vacant. Program or service staff are top of the list. But if you’re a go-getter fundraiser and can whip up creative and diverse funding streams, they want you. Administrative, communications, accounting and finance personnel, and technology experts are on the to-be hired scrolls too.”

Tips for Landing a Non-Profit Job


Know thyself: The first thing you should do is to look inside your soul and decide if this is really what you want to do because non-profit is a different playing field and at least in the beginning there will be more challenges than the rewards.  So, you should do a thorough self-assessment against the job you are pursuing.

Prepare for some sacrifices: While a non-profit job may be more fulfilling because of a sense of purpose, it may not be as rewarding financially.  You can offset the pay difference with some other important perks such as vacation time or flexible work schedule. 

Get a taste before diving in: The non-profits have a soft spot for the people who have volunteered in the sector.  So, if you haven’t had a chance to do this, now is the time to find an opportunity to volunteer in your community.  This experience will bring you closer to the soul of the non-profit sector.

Sharpen your leadership skills: Non-profits are particularly interested in people with above average leadership skills and experience.  They need influencers, who can motivate people to get involved and contribute for the cause of the organization.  Since money and perks in the non-profit sector are not as great as elsewhere, strong leaders are needed to keep people focused and motivated.

Do your research: It is not enough to have a burning desire to do good, you need to learn about the playing field. Learn about the target organization in as much detail as possible. You must have a sincere interest in the organization and the causes it works for.

A resume is still the first step in the door: The job hunting process is still essentially the same as the corporate world.  You will need a purpose-built resume and a stellar cover letter that addresses the non-profit hiring managers.  Relate your experience, skills and knowledge of the corporate world to the non-profit sector and show how you will be an asset to the organization.  

Work with a specialized recruiter: Your chances will be much better if you are working with an experienced recruiter especially if you are seeking a senior level position.  “So many job seekers spend a lot of time and effort trying to get in front of people who can’t ever help them because they’re not in the deal flow that [the job seeker] is interested in,” said Tom Friel, an experienced and senior non-profit board member.

Non-profit training: While your current skills, experience and knowledge are helpful in finding an opportunity, non-profit sector specific education and training can certainly give you a much needed edge.  It can also help you negotiate a better pay cheque.

If making the world a better place is what you sincerely believe in, getting involved with a non-profit is definitely one of the best ways to pursue your passion.

Author Bio:

Eric Philip is an experienced Writer having a diversified expertise in education, career and technology writing. At present, He is helping students who ask, ’Write my dissertation for me’ so they may acquire best grades. He spends his leisure moments with family and friends.    
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by vk sheyad · 0

Nov 20, 2014

Kerala PSC Examination Calendar January 2015

Kerala Public Service Commission (KPSC) has published time table for different examination commencing in January 2015.

Kerala PSC Detailed Examination Calendar January 2015

Kerala PSC examination calendar for the month of January 2015.

1. Ayurveda Therapist

Department : Indian Systems of Medicine
Date & Time : 01/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

2. Accounts Officer

Department : Kerala Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd
Date & Time : 06/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

3. Lower Division Clerk (Ex-Servicemen)

Department : NCC/Sainik Welfare
Date & Time : 06/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

4. Laboratory Technical Assistant - Domestic Nursing

Department : VHSC
Date & Time : 07/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

5. Laboratory Technical Assistant - Fisheries (Aquaculture)

Department : VHSC
Date & Time : 08/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

6. Skilled Assistant Gr.II

Department : Electrical Inspectorate
Date & Time : 09/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

7. Field Worker

Department : Health Services
Date & Time : 10/01/2015, 01.30 PM to 03.15 PM

8. Cook

Department : Tourism & SC Development
Date & Time : 13/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

9. Lab Attender

Department : Homoeopathy
Date & Time : 14/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

10. Nursing Tutor

Department : Health Services
Date & Time : 15/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

11. Instrument Mechanic

Department : Collegiate Education (Music Colleges)
Date & Time : 16/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

12. Laboratory Assistant

Department : Higher Secondary Education
Date & Time : 17/01/2015, 10.30 AM to 12.15 PM

13. Laboratory Technical Assistant (Fisheries)

Department : VHSE
Date & Time : 20/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

14. Laboratory Technical Assistant (Reception, Book Keeping & Communication)

Department : VHSE
Date & Time : 20/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

15. Laboratory Technical Assistant (Travel & Tourism)

Department : VHSE
Date & Time : 22/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

16. Laboratory Technical Assistant (Marine Engines)

Department : VHSE
Date & Time : 23/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

17. Work Assistant

Department : Kerala Agro Machinery Corporation Ltd
Date & Time : 24/01/2015, 01.30 PM to 03.15 PM

18. Lecturer in Information Technology (Polytechnics)

Department : Technical Education
Date & Time : 28/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

19. Laboratory Technical Assistant - Medical Laboratory Technician

Department : VHSC
Date & Time : 29/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

20. Junior Public Health Nurse Gr.II

Department : Health Services 
Date & Time : 30/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

21. Tradesman (Electrical)

Department : Technical Education 
Date & Time : 31/01/2015, 10.30 AM to 12.15 PM

Nov 20, 2014 by vk sheyad · 0

Nov 19, 2014

Kerala PSC Recruitment Notification for 42 Various Positions

Kerala Public Service Commission (KPSC) has notified for recruitment of the various positions as follows. Interested and Eligible candidates can apply through online before 17 December 2014.

Vacancy Details

(2) Principal Information Officer
(3) Head of Section in Architecture 
(4) Soil Survey Officer / Research Assistant / Cartographer / Technical Assistant
(5) Lecturer in Printing Technology 
(6) Lecturer in Textile Technology 
(7) Lecturer in Commercial Practice 
(8) Lecturer in Commerce 
(9) Librarian Gr.III
(10) Instructor in Government Commercial Institute
(11) Workshop Instructor/Instructor Grade-II / Demonstrator/Draftsman Grade-II
(12) Draftsman (CAD) Architecture.
(13) Occupational Therapist
(14) Supervisor (ICDS)
(15) Assistant Egnineer (Mechanical)
(16) Trade Instructor Grade II (Smithy)
(17) Assistant Gr.II
(18) Second Grade Overseer/Second Grade Draftsman
(19) Surveyor Grade-II (Hydrogeology Branch) 
(20) Trade Instructor Grade II (Sheet metal)
(21) Site Engineer Gr.II
(22) Overseer
(23) Steno-Typist
(24) Driver
(25) Security Guard Gr.II 
(26) Legal Officer
(27) Sergeant
(28) Kannada Knowing Librarian Grade IV
(29) Pharmacist Gr-II (Homoeo)
(30) Confidential Assistant GR-II (Ex-Servicemen only)
(31) Cinema Operator-cum-Driver
(32) Work Superintendent
(33) Fitter
(34) Driver Grade II (HDV)
(35) Part Time Junior Language Teacher (Arabic) (LPS) (By Transfer) 
(36) Machine Operator (Common Facility Centre) 
(37) Boat Keeper 
(38) Security Guard
(39) Electrician / Pump Operator
(40) Higher Secondary School Teacher (Jr) Malayalam
(41) Surveyor Grade II
(42) Assistant Engineer/Head Draftsman / Assistant Director (Civil)

Important Date

  • Gazette Date: 15/11/2014
  • Last Date: 17/12/2014
More Details Visit : Official Notification

Nov 19, 2014 by vk sheyad · 0

Nov 8, 2014

Last Grade Servants - Idukki and Kozhikode - Question Paper & Answer Keys - 08th Nov 2014

Kerala Public Service Commission (KPSC) Last Grade Servants Idukki and Kozhikode examination question paper and answer keys, examination conducted on 08th November 2014.

Question Paper

Question Type : A

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Answer Keys - Question Type A


Answer KeysAnswer KeysAnswer KeysAnswer Keys
1. D 26. C 51. B 76. C
2. C 27. B 52. C 77. B
3. A 28. C 53. A 78. A
4. A 29. A 54. D 79. B
5. D 30. B 55. B 80. A
6. B 31. D 56. D 81. D
7. C 32. B 57. C 82. B
8. A 33. C 58. A 83. C
9. B 34. A 59. D 84. A
10. A 35. D 60. B 85. B
11. D 36. A 61. B 86. C
12. C 37. C 62. B 87. D
13. A 38. D 63. D 88. A
14. C 39. C 64. A 89. D
15. D 40. B 65. C 90. B
16. B 41. A 66. D 91. A
17. A 42. B 67. C 92. C
18. C 43. A 68. D 93. A
19. B 44. C 69. B 94. C
20. D 45. B 70. C 95. B
21. A 46. D 71. B 96. D
22. D 47. A 72. B 97. C
23. No Ans. 48. D 73. X98. A
24. D 49. B 74. B 99. D
25. B50. C75. B100.B

Nov 8, 2014 by vk sheyad · 0

Nov 21, 2014

How to Prepare for a Subsequent Job Interview

How to Prepare for a Subsequent Job Interview
Have you been told that you will be called for another interview later? If yes, then you must feel lucky because it’s a good sign. Not every person gets the opportunity to make it to the second interview. Only those who show signs of professionalism and passion get this opportunity.

The problem is that in these tough times of recession and economic breakdown where job availability has become very scarce, most firms are going towards downsizing instead of hiring more people. If you are one of those lucky ones to be called up for a second interview, you must grab this opportunity with both hands. Don’t get over-confident and blow your interview away. Be prepared as if you are going for interview for the first time because there is still a possibility of rejection.

Following are some solid guidelines for job seekers that should help them achieve success and secure the job in their second interview.

(1) Knowledge about the Company

Even though it will be your second interview, try to learn as much as you can about the company if you haven’t already done so. With so much information available through online social networking sites such as LinkedIn, this is usually pretty easy to do. This practice will help you understand their mission, goals and future plans, and thus you will be in a better position to present yourself as an ideal candidate.

(2) Review Your Previous Performance

Reviewing your performance from your first interview can definitely help you nail your second interview and secure the job. Note down any questions or situations that caused you difficulty or embarrassment and plan how you will handle these aspects in your upcoming interview. Come up with new information, ideas, accomplishments, examples and let the employer know how keen you are in offering your services to the company.

(3) Check Your Appearance

Going for a second interview doesn’t denote a more casual interview. Hence, don’t even think about wearing casual clothes. Take this interview more seriously than the previous one and dress up as professionally as you can. Make sure your clothes are clean and pressed. Pay attention to your body language as well. Yes, there should be a certain sense of comfort during your second interview but that doesn’t mean the interviewer has become your friend and you can go and talk to him frankly. So, dress appropriately and present yourself professionally.

(4) Don’t Show Up Late

If you think that you have been called for the second interview because you have been hired already, then you are mistaken. But, there is certainly a possibility that you may get the job. So, don’t destroy your chances by arriving late on the day of interview. In fact, get there at least 15 minutes earlier. Since you have gone there before, you already know how the traffic will be. So, plan your commute wisely. If you show up late before you are hired, the company will think that it’s your habit and they will get rid of you immediately. So, don’t make this mistake.

(5) Negotiate Your Terms

At times job seekers are caught off guard when the interviewer raises the subject of salary and benefits. Be prepared to negotiate. After all, your ultimate goal is to earn money.

(6) Get a Good Night’s Sleep

Get a good night’s sleep before the day of your interview because you don’t want to end up looking tired and lazy during your interview. Maintain your energy, confidence and enthusiasm because they will take you through the winning line.

Conclusion

Following these guidelines properly in your subsequent interview will definitely assist you in securing a job, provided you are confident and willing.

Author Bio:

A career guidance service provider, Alice Scarlet works at a prominent firm that help and guide students who ask professionals, ‘how do I do my assignment flawlessly’. She’s also a spiritual healer and a practitioner of Yoga.
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Nov 21, 2014 by vk sheyad · 0

8 Super Tips to Get a Job at a Non-Profit Organization

8 Super Tips to Get a Job at a Non-Profit Organization
Has the humanitarian in you been bugging you lately to leave the profit driven corporate world and do some good?  Unless you are a billionaire like Bill Gates, you would probably have to do your part of good, while working a job.  The good news is that you can combine a job and doing good by working for a non-profit entity.  To give you some inspiration, here is a quote from an article by Kerry Hannon on Forbes, which discussed a survey report by Idelaist.org: “…organizations are planning on hiring more people. Of those who replied, forty-two percent plan to hire new positions and nearly half will fill positions that become vacant. Program or service staff are top of the list. But if you’re a go-getter fundraiser and can whip up creative and diverse funding streams, they want you. Administrative, communications, accounting and finance personnel, and technology experts are on the to-be hired scrolls too.”

Tips for Landing a Non-Profit Job


Know thyself: The first thing you should do is to look inside your soul and decide if this is really what you want to do because non-profit is a different playing field and at least in the beginning there will be more challenges than the rewards.  So, you should do a thorough self-assessment against the job you are pursuing.

Prepare for some sacrifices: While a non-profit job may be more fulfilling because of a sense of purpose, it may not be as rewarding financially.  You can offset the pay difference with some other important perks such as vacation time or flexible work schedule. 

Get a taste before diving in: The non-profits have a soft spot for the people who have volunteered in the sector.  So, if you haven’t had a chance to do this, now is the time to find an opportunity to volunteer in your community.  This experience will bring you closer to the soul of the non-profit sector.

Sharpen your leadership skills: Non-profits are particularly interested in people with above average leadership skills and experience.  They need influencers, who can motivate people to get involved and contribute for the cause of the organization.  Since money and perks in the non-profit sector are not as great as elsewhere, strong leaders are needed to keep people focused and motivated.

Do your research: It is not enough to have a burning desire to do good, you need to learn about the playing field. Learn about the target organization in as much detail as possible. You must have a sincere interest in the organization and the causes it works for.

A resume is still the first step in the door: The job hunting process is still essentially the same as the corporate world.  You will need a purpose-built resume and a stellar cover letter that addresses the non-profit hiring managers.  Relate your experience, skills and knowledge of the corporate world to the non-profit sector and show how you will be an asset to the organization.  

Work with a specialized recruiter: Your chances will be much better if you are working with an experienced recruiter especially if you are seeking a senior level position.  “So many job seekers spend a lot of time and effort trying to get in front of people who can’t ever help them because they’re not in the deal flow that [the job seeker] is interested in,” said Tom Friel, an experienced and senior non-profit board member.

Non-profit training: While your current skills, experience and knowledge are helpful in finding an opportunity, non-profit sector specific education and training can certainly give you a much needed edge.  It can also help you negotiate a better pay cheque.

If making the world a better place is what you sincerely believe in, getting involved with a non-profit is definitely one of the best ways to pursue your passion.

Author Bio:

Eric Philip is an experienced Writer having a diversified expertise in education, career and technology writing. At present, He is helping students who ask, ’Write my dissertation for me’ so they may acquire best grades. He spends his leisure moments with family and friends.    
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by vk sheyad · 0

Nov 20, 2014

Kerala PSC Examination Calendar January 2015

Kerala Public Service Commission (KPSC) has published time table for different examination commencing in January 2015.

Kerala PSC Detailed Examination Calendar January 2015

Kerala PSC examination calendar for the month of January 2015.

1. Ayurveda Therapist

Department : Indian Systems of Medicine
Date & Time : 01/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

2. Accounts Officer

Department : Kerala Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd
Date & Time : 06/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

3. Lower Division Clerk (Ex-Servicemen)

Department : NCC/Sainik Welfare
Date & Time : 06/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

4. Laboratory Technical Assistant - Domestic Nursing

Department : VHSC
Date & Time : 07/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

5. Laboratory Technical Assistant - Fisheries (Aquaculture)

Department : VHSC
Date & Time : 08/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

6. Skilled Assistant Gr.II

Department : Electrical Inspectorate
Date & Time : 09/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

7. Field Worker

Department : Health Services
Date & Time : 10/01/2015, 01.30 PM to 03.15 PM

8. Cook

Department : Tourism & SC Development
Date & Time : 13/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

9. Lab Attender

Department : Homoeopathy
Date & Time : 14/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

10. Nursing Tutor

Department : Health Services
Date & Time : 15/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

11. Instrument Mechanic

Department : Collegiate Education (Music Colleges)
Date & Time : 16/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

12. Laboratory Assistant

Department : Higher Secondary Education
Date & Time : 17/01/2015, 10.30 AM to 12.15 PM

13. Laboratory Technical Assistant (Fisheries)

Department : VHSE
Date & Time : 20/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

14. Laboratory Technical Assistant (Reception, Book Keeping & Communication)

Department : VHSE
Date & Time : 20/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

15. Laboratory Technical Assistant (Travel & Tourism)

Department : VHSE
Date & Time : 22/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

16. Laboratory Technical Assistant (Marine Engines)

Department : VHSE
Date & Time : 23/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

17. Work Assistant

Department : Kerala Agro Machinery Corporation Ltd
Date & Time : 24/01/2015, 01.30 PM to 03.15 PM

18. Lecturer in Information Technology (Polytechnics)

Department : Technical Education
Date & Time : 28/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

19. Laboratory Technical Assistant - Medical Laboratory Technician

Department : VHSC
Date & Time : 29/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

20. Junior Public Health Nurse Gr.II

Department : Health Services 
Date & Time : 30/01/2015, 07.30 AM to 09.15 AM

21. Tradesman (Electrical)

Department : Technical Education 
Date & Time : 31/01/2015, 10.30 AM to 12.15 PM

Nov 20, 2014 by vk sheyad · 0

Nov 19, 2014

Kerala PSC Recruitment Notification for 42 Various Positions

Kerala Public Service Commission (KPSC) has notified for recruitment of the various positions as follows. Interested and Eligible candidates can apply through online before 17 December 2014.

Vacancy Details

(2) Principal Information Officer
(3) Head of Section in Architecture 
(4) Soil Survey Officer / Research Assistant / Cartographer / Technical Assistant
(5) Lecturer in Printing Technology 
(6) Lecturer in Textile Technology 
(7) Lecturer in Commercial Practice 
(8) Lecturer in Commerce 
(9) Librarian Gr.III
(10) Instructor in Government Commercial Institute
(11) Workshop Instructor/Instructor Grade-II / Demonstrator/Draftsman Grade-II
(12) Draftsman (CAD) Architecture.
(13) Occupational Therapist
(14) Supervisor (ICDS)
(15) Assistant Egnineer (Mechanical)
(16) Trade Instructor Grade II (Smithy)
(17) Assistant Gr.II
(18) Second Grade Overseer/Second Grade Draftsman
(19) Surveyor Grade-II (Hydrogeology Branch) 
(20) Trade Instructor Grade II (Sheet metal)
(21) Site Engineer Gr.II
(22) Overseer
(23) Steno-Typist
(24) Driver
(25) Security Guard Gr.II 
(26) Legal Officer
(27) Sergeant
(28) Kannada Knowing Librarian Grade IV
(29) Pharmacist Gr-II (Homoeo)
(30) Confidential Assistant GR-II (Ex-Servicemen only)
(31) Cinema Operator-cum-Driver
(32) Work Superintendent
(33) Fitter
(34) Driver Grade II (HDV)
(35) Part Time Junior Language Teacher (Arabic) (LPS) (By Transfer) 
(36) Machine Operator (Common Facility Centre) 
(37) Boat Keeper 
(38) Security Guard
(39) Electrician / Pump Operator
(40) Higher Secondary School Teacher (Jr) Malayalam
(41) Surveyor Grade II
(42) Assistant Engineer/Head Draftsman / Assistant Director (Civil)

Important Date

  • Gazette Date: 15/11/2014
  • Last Date: 17/12/2014
More Details Visit : Official Notification

Nov 19, 2014 by vk sheyad · 0

Nov 8, 2014

Last Grade Servants - Idukki and Kozhikode - Question Paper & Answer Keys - 08th Nov 2014

Kerala Public Service Commission (KPSC) Last Grade Servants Idukki and Kozhikode examination question paper and answer keys, examination conducted on 08th November 2014.

Question Paper

Question Type : A

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Answer Keys - Question Type A


Answer KeysAnswer KeysAnswer KeysAnswer Keys
1. D 26. C 51. B 76. C
2. C 27. B 52. C 77. B
3. A 28. C 53. A 78. A
4. A 29. A 54. D 79. B
5. D 30. B 55. B 80. A
6. B 31. D 56. D 81. D
7. C 32. B 57. C 82. B
8. A 33. C 58. A 83. C
9. B 34. A 59. D 84. A
10. A 35. D 60. B 85. B
11. D 36. A 61. B 86. C
12. C 37. C 62. B 87. D
13. A 38. D 63. D 88. A
14. C 39. C 64. A 89. D
15. D 40. B 65. C 90. B
16. B 41. A 66. D 91. A
17. A 42. B 67. C 92. C
18. C 43. A 68. D 93. A
19. B 44. C 69. B 94. C
20. D 45. B 70. C 95. B
21. A 46. D 71. B 96. D
22. D 47. A 72. B 97. C
23. No Ans. 48. D 73. X98. A
24. D 49. B 74. B 99. D
25. B50. C75. B100.B

Nov 8, 2014 by vk sheyad · 0

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