DSEK Lecturer Syllabus 2017|Jammu Kashmir Lecturer Exam Pattern – www.dsek.nic.in

By | February 8, 2017

DSEK Lecturer Syllabus 2017

The Directorate of School Education, Kashmir has released the Syllabus for the DSEK Lecturer Exam 2017. The candidates who have applied for the exam can visit the Official Website to Download the Syllabus for the Exam. The candidates can start Preparing for the exam using the Syllabus for the Exam.

The Directorate of School Education, Kashmir has released a notification for the recruitment of Lecturer Posts. There are 1475 vacant posts to be filled. Interested and Eligible candidates do visit the Official Website to get the syllabus. The examination date is not yet released. It will be made available soon.

Directorate of School Education Exam Pattern

The examination will be multiple type questions. The questions are asked from the sections which include Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, English, and General Awareness. Separate cut off markings must be obtained in all the sections to get short-listed in the test. The selected candidates will be called for Interview.

Jammu Kashmir Lecturer Syllabus 2017

General English

  1. Verb.
  2. Tenses.
  3. Adverb.
  4. Vocabulary.
  5. Word Formation.
  6. Articles.
  7. Synonyms & Antonyms.
  8. Conclusion.
  9. Idioms & Phrases.
  10. Fill in the Blanks.
  11. Subject-Verb Agreement.
  12. Sentence Completion.
  13. Theme detection.
  14. Comprehension.
  15. Error Correction.
  16. Unseen Passages.
  17. Passage Completion.
  18. Grammar.
  19. Sentence Rearrangement.

Quantitative Aptitude

  1. Number Systems.
  2. Simple Interest.
  3. Partnership.
  4. Ratio & Proportion.
  5. Relationship Between Numbers.
  6. Average.
  7. Use of Tables and Graphs.
  8. Time & Work.
  9. Time & Distance.
  10. Fundamental Arithmetical Operations.
  11. Mensuration.
  12. Profit & Loss.
  13. Computation of Whole Numbers.
  14. Percentages.
  15. Discount.
  16. Decimals and Fractions.


  1. Analytical Reasoning.
  2. Analogies.
  3. Symbols and Notations.
  4. Syllogisms.
  5. Alphabet Series.
  6. Classification.
  7. NonVerbal Reasoning.
  8. Coding-Decoding.
  9. Similarities and Differences.
  10. Number Series.
  11. Directions.
  12. Arrangements.
  13. Blood Relationships.
  14. Data Sufficiency.
  15. Statements.
  16. Visual Ability etc.

General Awareness

  1. Important Days.
  2. Abbreviations.
  3. Major Financial/Economic News.
  4. Budget and Five Year Plans.
  5. Sports.
  6. Science – Inventions and Discoveries.
  7. Books and Authors.
  8. Awards and Honours.
  9. Current Affairs (National and International).
  10. International and National Organizations.

The questions will include all the above sections. The separate markings are provided for all the questions in all the sections. The candidates have to attempt all the parts. The cut-off markings are required separately in all the sections to get short-listed for the test.

Click here to visit the official website for more details.

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