Gujarat Secondary Service Selection Board (GSSSB) has announced the new exam date for the Bin Sachivalay Clerk 2022 Recruitment drive. New exam date has been announced through the online mode, via an official notice published on the board’s official website gsssb.gujarat.gov.in. Accordingly, the recruitment exam is all set to be conducted on April 24, 2022. Candidates who have successfully registered for the recruitment drive will be issued admit cards a week prior to the exam date. So, tentatively, admit cards will be issued by April 17, 2022.
Looking at the Bin Sachivalay Clerk 2022 new exam date, it is evident that candidates have less than two months’ time to prepare for the written test. In order to prepare well for this exam, candidates need to know the syllabus thoroughly.
GSSSB Bin Sachivalay Clerk 2022 Exam Date
Previously, GSSSB had planned on conducting the Bin Sachivalay Clerk 2022 examination on February 13, 2022. However, an official notice was released announcing the postponement of the written exam. The notice did not specify a particular reason for postponing the exam. But candidates, thereafter, were more concerned with knowing the revised date.
Ending their wait, GSSSB has announced the new date for Bin Sachivalay Clerk 2022 written exam. Accordingly, the computer-based test is all set to be conducted on April 24, 2022, at selected centers across the state. Admit cards will be issued through the online mode, on the official website gsssb.gujarat.gov.in, by April 17, 2022.
The online exam is being conducted as part of the Bin Sachivalay Clerk 2022 recruitment drive to fulfill a total of 3901 positions. Those who qualify the written test will have to appear for the next two stages i.e., computer proficiency test and interview. So, qualifying the written exam is a crucial step, especially in such a competitive recruitment drive.
GSSSB Bin Sachivalay Clerk 2022 Syllabus
The GSSSB Bin Sachvalay Clerk 2022 written exam will cover six distinct subjects. The entire paper will be for a maximum of 200 marks. The subjects and their mark distribution are as follows –
|History of Gujarat and Sanskrit||25 Marks|
|Gujarati Grammer||25 Marks|
|English Grammer||25 Marks|
|Current Affairs, General Knowledge, Aptitude Quantitative||40 Marks|
|Basics of Computer||25 Marks|
|Indian Constitution & Jaher Vahiavat||40 Marks|
From the table, it is clearly evident that two subjects have a weightage of 40 marks i.e., 1. Current Affairs, General Knowledge, Aptitude Quantitative, and 2. Indian Constitution & Jaher Vahiavat. The remaining four subjects hold a weightage of 25 marks each.