Hello.. am  from JNTU,in the  stream  of  metallurgy, on  Oct  19th  i  appeared  for JSPL(offcampus)  nearly  23,000  people  appeared  for  this  exam..all over india. Before  the  exam I din’t  have  a  clear  idea  about  the  pattern ,with  little  knowledge  I went  to  exam.  When  they  gave  the  aptitude  paper  it  was very  easy  and I was busy  in solving  the problems  after  some time  invisilator  shouted  saying  dat  remaining  10 mins ….at dat  time  I  have  to  attempt verbal  section  and  attention  to  detail….somehow  managed  to complete  articles, prepositions  and synonyms….at  last  I din’t  get  the chance of  going   through  the  passages….the  reasons  for  saying  all  these  things  is,  aptitude  paper  was  very  easy  but  you won’t  get  the chance  of  seeing  all  the   questions   if  u  are  slow…. So U should  be  quick ..

JSPL written test consists of….

English-—>20 ques:
1. 1-10 questions from articles,prepositions,synonyms.
2. 11-20 questions consists of 2 passages it may be of any topic

Quantitative—->20 ques:
1.21-40 questions  from  %,profit  and  loss, time and work , Ages, ratio proportions.this section is very easy but it takes much time to complete..(time consuming problems)

Attention to detail—->15 ques:
1.41-44 questions  consists  of  simple  problems , which totally depends on our observation.
For  eg: 1) a)jvvjvvjvvvvv   b)jvvjvvjvvvvv   c)jvvjvvvjvvvv
1)a and b are alike
2)b and c are alike
3)a and c are alike
4)all are alike

2) a)4864547893     b)4864547893     c)4864547893
1)a and b are alike
2)b and c are alike
3)a and c are alike
4)all are alike

2. 45-51 ques consists of changing mathematical operators..
3. 52-55 ques consists of logical reasoning..

technical—->60 ques: In the technical section they covered on almost  all concepts like..
1.steel making
2.welding technology
3.iron making
4.mechanical working of metals
5.mechanical metallurgy
6.non-ferrous extractive metallurgy
7.heat-treatment technology

Better follow ‘objectives of metallurgy’ by ARBIND, and previous gate papers..all the best

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