JKSSB Supervisor Syllabus PDF 2024, Download Here

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Syllabus TopicsMarks Assigned
General Awareness with special Reference of UT of J&K20
General English & Comprehension10
General Intelligence & Reasoning10
General Science10
Computer (Application based)10
Total Marks120 Marks

Specialization Breakdown:

Specialization UnitsMarks Assigned

This table provides a quick overview of the JKSSB Supervisor Syllabus, outlining the main topics and their corresponding marks. It serves as a handy reference for candidates to prioritize their preparation based on the weightage of each section.

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Section 1: General Awareness – Exploring the UT of J&K

  • General awareness with special reference to the UT of J&K.
    • Current events of national importance.
    • Indian History, Culture, Heritage, and Freedom Struggle/Movement.
    • Political & Physical divisions of India.
    • Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport of India.
    • Demography- Census, its features, and functions.
    • Environment, Ecology & Bio-diversity.
    • J&K UT: History, Geography, Economy, Heritage & Culture, J&K Reorganization Act, 2019.

Section 2: Mastering English – A Crucial Skill for Success

  • General English & Comprehension.
    • Tenses.
    • Rearranging of jumbled sentences.
    • Narration.
    • Modals/Articles.
    • Clauses.
    • Synonyms and antonyms.
    • Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.
    • Idioms and phrases.
    • Uses of Prepositions.
    • Active & Passive Voice.

Section 3: Unraveling the Mysteries of General Intelligence & Reasoning

  • Basic Arithmetic:
    • Number System.
    • Percentage.
    • Average.
    • Profit & Loss.
    • Ratio & Proportion.
    • Time & Work.
  • Reasoning:
    • Number series.
    • Letter series.
    • Coding decoding.
    • Direction sense.
    • Blood relations.
    • Mathematical reasoning.
    • Speed, Distance, and Time.
    • Statements and conclusions.

Section 4: Navigating the Realm of General Science

  • Various sources of energy.
  • Nutrition and its types, Respiration, Transportation of water, food, and minerals in plants.
  • Communicable & Non-Communicable Diseases.
  • Vitamins- Diseases related to vitamin deficiency.
  • Ecosystem – Its components, Food chains, and Food webs.
  • Environmental pollution. Ozone layer, its depletion, Green House Effect.
  • Vaccines and Immunization.

Section 5: Unveiling the Computer Section – From Basics to Applications

  • Basic Applications of Computer and its components.
  • Fundamentals of computer sciences.
  • Input & output Devices.
  • Knowledge of MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, MS Powerpoint, PDF Internet and E-mail.
  • Concept of Computer Virus and Anti-Virus.
  • Hardware & Software, Elements of Computers Processing System Hardware, CPU, Peripherals, Storage Media, Software Definition, Role, and Categories Firmware and Human-ware.
  • Role of Information Technology in Governance.

Section 6: Specialization – The Heart of the Exam

  • UNIT-1:
    • Society, Community, Association.
    • Social Stratification: Caste, Class, and Social Stratification in India.
    • Social Institutions: Norms, Values, Folkways, and Mores.
    • Marriage, Kinship, and family.
    • Social Change: Industrialization, Globalization, Modernization.
  • UNIT-2:
    • Gender inequalities and issues.
    • Gender law & Human rights.
    • Stages and theories of Human development (Freud, Erikson).
    • Socialization and its theories.
    • Anxiety disorders: Phobia, OCD, GAD, Panic disorder, PTSD.
  • UNIT-3:
    • Human Rights: Concept and Evolution.
    • Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
    • Women rights/ Child rights.
  • UNIT-4:
    • Understanding sex, Gender, Sexual division of labour.
    • Social evils- Child abuse, Child labour, Female feticide, infanticide, and Drug Addiction.
    • Poverty and unemployment.
    • Population explosion, Global warming, and Climate Change.
    • Indicators of social development.
    • Trafficking, Beggary, Corruption.
  • UNIT-5:
    • Growth and development.
    • Food, Nutrition, Health and fitness.
    • Physiology and promoting health Food science and processing.
    • Chemical analysis of food.
    • Food and personal hygiene.
  • UNIT-6:
    • Government and Non-Government Programmes- Medical health care, Adoption, Foster care, Institutional care, children act and children rights.
    • Early childhood care and education.
    • Health and Family Welfare Programmes.
    • Old age and Disability Schemes.
    • Poshan Abhiyan, Poshan tracker, Poshan vatikas, Supplementary Nutrition Programme Anganwadi Services, Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojana (PMMVY), Scheme for Adolescent Girls (SAG), Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY), National Health Mission (NHM).
    • Paalna- convergence of Anganwadi Centers into crèches Ladli Beti Schemes, State Marriage Assistance Scheme etc.

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