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kharidar Syllabus First Paper
PAPER I: – General Knowledge & General Mental Ability Test
1. General Knowledge 70 Marks
1.1 General information on solar system and earth.
1.2 Geography of World – continent, ocean, pole, latitude, longitude, time, distance,
mountains, earthquake, volcano, rivers, glaciers, lakes, climate, etc.
1.3 Geography of Nepal – geographical location, relief features and natural resources
(water resources, animals, plants, soils, minerals, mountains, etc).
1.4 History of the World – Industrial revolution, French revolution, American War of independence, Russian revolution/October revolution, First and Second World wars and Indian movement for independence; events, causes and effects.
1.5 History of Nepal (From ancient period till now)
1.5.1 Social, economic and political conditions of Kiranti Period, Lichhavi
Period and Malla Period. 1.5.2 Modern history of Nepal (from Nepal’s unification to present day) notable
political events, social, cultural and economic conditions.
1.6 Information on social aspect including traditions, norms, values, religions, ethnicity, languages, cultures, arts, literature, music, cultural heritages; and economic status (agriculture, industry, trade, tourism, transportation, communication, development planning, etc) of Nepal.
1.7 Information on recent scientific activities and major inventions of science which has direct impact on human life.
1.8 Information on ecology, bio-diversity, sustainable development, climate change, environment management, pollution, population, urbanization, settlement (migration), poverty, health, food and nutrition, etc.
1.9 Polity and governance of Nepal – constitution, political system, local governance,
good governance, etc
1.10 International affairs and institutions – the UNO and regional organizations
(the SAARC, ASEAN, EU).
1.11 Information on current affairs including political, social, economic, cultural, sports, books, prizes, arts, literature, music, etc of national and international importance, and noted personalities and thinkers.
2. General Mental Ability Test (GMAT) 30 Marks
General Mental Ability Test is generally consists of the following subtests: Verbal
Reasoning, Quantitative (Numerical) Reasoning, and Non-verbal Reasoning.
2.1 Verbal reasoning test includes questions on comprehension, vocabulary, series,
analogy, classification, coding-decoding, direction and distance sense test, logical
reasoning, ranking order, induction, deduction, etc.
2.2 Quantitative (Numerical) reasoning test includes questions on series (sequence),
analogy, classification, coding, insert the missing character, common property,
matrices, data interpretation, data checking, arithmetical reasoning / operation, etc.
2.3 Non-verbal reasoning test includes questions on series, analogy, symmetry,
classification, analytical reasoning, venn diagrams, matrices, construction of squares
and triangles, and figure formation and analysis, etc.
Note:- The nature and standard of questions in General Mental Ability Test will be such that
an educated Class X level person will be able to answer them without any specialized
study. Focus will be on testing a candidate’s ability to think logically on the basis of a
set of rules and analyze situations using common sense. It will reflect the candidates’
ability to analyse than ability to memories.
Kharidar Syllabus :- 2ND paper
PAPER III: – Social studies and Office practices
Section (A) – 40 Marks 1. Social studies
1.1 Geography of Nepal – geographical location, climate, effects of geographical environment on the
lifestyle of the people and preliminary knowledge of map and map reading. 1.2 Basis of Political Divisions of Nepal; Importance and characteristics. 1.3 Nepal’s Infrastructures of Development (Education, Health, Transportation & Communication,
Drinking Water, Electricity and other sources of fuel) and their present status. 1.4 Traditions of Nepalese Society, Social norms and values, prevalent religions, ethnicity, languages and
cultures. 1.5 Social problems and Evil/ill practices and the solutions of these problems. 1.6 Causes of social conflicts, effects and techniques of conflict management. 1.7 Nepalese polity and Governance – Constitution (Constitutional Organs, Fundamental Rights and
duties, Legislative, Judiciary and Executive).
Section (B) – 30 Marks 2. Health, Population and Environment
2.1 Diseases, Nutrition, Addiction and Community Health
2.1.1 Introduction to disease, communicable and non-communicable diseases, the mode of transmission of communicable diseases.
2.1.2 Introduction to nutrition, introduction to balanced diet and its importance, malnutrition and its causes. 2.1.3 Introduction to tobacco, alcohol and drugs, causes of using these substances, their effects and preventive measures.
2.1.4 Concept of community health, major health problems of Nepal, Role of individual,
family and community in solving major health problems. 2.1.5 Introduction to consumer health and its importance) 2.2 Demography, Population Change and Population Management
2.2.1 Situation of Nepal’s population, population distribution, demographic elements, process and measures.
2.2.2 Causes of rapid population growth and its consequences.
2.2.3 Population management.
2.3 Biodiversity and Management of Environment
2.3.1 Concept of biodiversity and its classification and importance.
2.3.2 Introduction to environment management and its importance.
Section (C) – 30 Marks 3. Office Practices and Miscellaneous
3.1 Office Practices
22.214.171.124 Introduction, Objective, Types: use & priority accordingly.
126.96.36.199 Registration & Dispatch.
3.1.2 Record Management
188.8.131.52 Introduction, objective, needs of record management. 184.108.40.206 General information of filing system.
220.127.116.11 Needs and importance of computer system in office management.
3.2 General Information of Accounts and Revenue
3.2.1 General information on Double Entry System, Government Account System & Auditing.
3.2.2 Introduction and use: Goshwara(journal) Voucher, Bank Cash Book and Budget Sheet.
3.2.3 Current Inventory Record System.
3.2.4 General information on Tax, Customs and Excise duty.
3.3 Civil service and Miscellaneous
3.3.1 Information about introduction, constitution, fulfillment of vacancy, remuneration & fringe
benefits, conduct, punishment, etc of civil service. 3.3.2 Information about organizational structure of central & local bodies’ of Government of Nepal. 3.3.3 General Information on Public Service delivery.
Kharidar Syllabus PAPER II: – Science & Mathematics
1. Science 50 Marks
1.1 Motion and Energy
1.1.1 Measurement and unit.
1.1.2 Newton’s laws of motion.
1.1.3 Newton’s universal law of gravitation.
1.1.4 Archimedes’ principle and its application. 1.1.5 Work, energy and power. 1.1.6 Sources of energy and it’s conservation.
1.2 Physical activities around us
1.2.1 Reflection and Refraction of light.
1.2.2 Lenses and their use. 1.2.3 Transmission of heat and heat equation. 1.2.4 Effects of echo and reverberation.
1.3 Current electricity and magnetism
1.3.1 Ohm’s law. 1.3.2 Effects of current electricity. 1.3.3 Magnetic field. 1.3.4 Principle of electric motor, generator and transformer.
1.4 Change in matter
1.4.1 Physical and chemical change. 1.4.2 Ionisation and mixture. 1.4.3 Acid, base and salt. 1.4.4 Element, compound and chemical reaction.
1.5 Materials around Us
1.5.1 Properties and uses of oxygen, carbon dioxide and ammonia. 1.5.2 Introduction and uses of methane, ethane, ethyl alcohol and glycerol. 1.5.3 Introduction and uses of cement, ceramics, soap, plastics, chemical fertilizers
and insecticides. 1.5.4 Hard and soft water. 1.6 Living beings and Environment
1.6.1 Life cycle of mosquito and mustard.
1.6.2 Ecosystem and food chain. 1.6.3 Bio-geochemical cycle.
1.7 Life Processes
1.7.1 Respiration, photosynthesis & transpiration. 1.7.2 Human nervous system. 1.7.3 Blood circulation in human beings. 1.8 Organic evolution and heredity
1.8.1 Mendel’s experiment and law. 1.8.2 Darwinism, evidences of organic evolution, D.N.A. and R.N.A. 1.9 Earth and the Universe
1.9.1 Solar System, black hole, eclipse and phases of moon.
1.9.2 Weather and seasons.
1.9.3 Natural resources.
1.10 Information and communication technology
1.10.1 Information and communication. 1.10.2 Internet and computer as a means of communication. 1.10.3 Positive and negative effects of modern technology.
2. Mathematics 50 Marks
2.1 Fundamental Rules in Mathematics and Unitary Method (Simple problems upto
• Problems related to change in fraction as decimal or percentage or vice versa.
• Simple verbal problems on percentage, including family budgets.
2.3 Profit, Loss and Discount
• Simple problems related to actual profit or actual loss, percentage profit or percentage loss or discount (any one).
2.4 Commission and Taxation
• Simple problems on commission, taxation and bonus.
2.5 Simple Interest and Compound Interest
• Simple problems on simple interest and compound interest, rate and time in whole number and time upto 2 years.
2.6 Population Growth and Compound Depreciation
• Simple problems on compound depreciation or population growth, time 2 years before or after and rate is whole number.
2.7 Household/Home Arithmetic
• Simple problems on daily household activities as meter readings of electricity and water, electricity, water and telephone bills and money exchange (any one).
2.8 Perimeter, Area and Volume
• Simple problems to calculate the perimeter and area of triangular or circular or rectangular field, including square, using given measurements.
• Simple problems to calculate the area and volume of cylindrical or spherical field and volume of cube using given measurements.
• To find solution of the problems using information given by pie- chart or line graph or bar diagram.
• Simple problems related to calculate the average (arithmetic mean or median or mode or geometric mean or harmonic mean) of individual and discrete series by given data)
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