Hey! Welcome to Entri. How about we do some extra practice today because practice makes everyone perfect right? So let’s attempt some previous year question papers today. Are you guys ready? Let’s begin. Wait a second. Which exam are we preparing for? Why don’t we start with a small introduction? So we are here to prepare for the Kerala CSEB or the Kerala Co-operative Services Examination Board 2022 examinations. the article will provide you with the Kerala CSEB Previous Year Question Paper and Model Question Papers for 2022. As per the latest notification released by the Kerala CSEB dated 30th of November 2021, the board called for recruitment of candidates to various posts which are as follows:
- Assistant Secretary
- Chief Accountant
- Junior Clerk
- System Administrator
- System Supervisor
- Data Entry Operator
A total of 319 vacancies have been opened by the board for candidates. The last date for the submission of application form has been notified as 29th of December 2021 on or before 5pm. Any candidate failing to submit will not be allowed by the board to be part of the recruitment process. So be extra punctual. Punctuality should be the motto. So coming to the exam details, I hope that you are aware that the recruitment process involves two stages. First being the written test and second, the interview. The details are provided in the below table.
|Conducting Body||Kerala Co-operative Services Examination Board|
|Notification No.||10/2021, 11/2021, 12/2021, 13/2021, 14/2021, 15/2021|
|Type of Job||Kerala Government|
|Mode of Examination||Offline|
|Mode of Application||Offline|
|No. of Vacancies||319|
|Posts Offered||Assistant Secretary/Chief Accountant
Junior Clerk/ Cashier
Data Entry Operator
|Application Starting Date||30th November 2021|
|Application Closing Date||29th December 2021|
Previous Question Papers and Model Question Papers
Practicing previous years question papers increases your speed and receptiveness in the examination. Practicing 1 or 2 question papers daily will make you an expert in recognising the model of questions in each section. Practicing papers will impart a skill in you to identify questions and the methods to solve it quickly.
|Previous Question Papers||Link|
|Kerala CSEB Question Paper||Kerala CSEB English Paper 1|
|Kerala CSEB Question Paper||Kerala CSEB English Paper 2|
|Kerala CSEB Question Paper||Kerala CSEB General Knowledge Paper 1|
|Kerala CSEB Question Paper||Kerala CSEB General Knowledge Paper 2|
|Kerala CSEB Question Paper||Kerala CSEB General Knowledge Paper 3|
|Kerala CSEB Question Paper||Kerala CSEB General Knowledge Paper 4|
|Kerala CSEB Question Paper||Kerala CSEB General Knowledge Paper 5|
|Kerala CSEB Question Paper||Kerala CSEB General Knowledge Paper 6|
|Kerala CSEB Question Paper||Kerala CSEB Reasoning Paper 1|
|Kerala CSEB Question Paper||Kerala CSEB Reasoning Paper 2|
|Kerala CSEB Question Paper||Kerala CSEB Reasoning Paper 3|
|Kerala CSEB Question Paper||Kerala CSEB Reasoning Paper 4|
It is very important for every candidate to attempt mock tests during the period of preparation for any exam. Regularly practising mock tests will improve your time management skill during the actual test. This will help you complete the exam with great confidence. It will also assist you in understanding your weak and strong sections of the paper so that you can put in more time to the respective sections. Mock tests should be an important element which you put your time and skills into during the time of preparation.
Kerala CSEB 2022 – Exam Pattern
As mentioned earlier in the article, the recruitment consists of two levels, a written test and interview. Candidates clearing both the levels will be recruited to the respective society. Lets see the exam pattern in detail.
Exam Pattern for Written Test
The Kerala CSEB written test is conducted online. The test is conducted in the respective centres with the OMR Sheets. The syllabus for the examination will vary according to the post which the candidate applies to. In general the written test carries a maximum of 80 marks and includes 160 questions. The marking scheme is as follows.
- 0.5 marks is awarded for one correct answer.
- There no negative marking
- Number of correct answers multiplied with 0.5 will give your total score
The maximum marks for written examination shall be 80 and those who secure 40% of the marks will be eligible for the interview. If the candidate belongs to Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe, those who secure 30% of marks will clear the round to attend the interview.
Exam Pattern for Interview
The Examination Board conducts the written examination and prepares a list of eligible candidates to be interviewed within a period of three months from the date of requisition by the society. As per the conditions mentioned under the previous heading, if the candidate clears the written test, they are eligible to attend the interview round.
The maximum marks is 15 and the minimum marks 3. The candidates belonging to the district or districts to which the area of operation of the society extends will be awarded with 5 marks over as grace marks. On receipt of the list from the Board, the committee conducts an interview of the candidates within two months . The Board notes down the marks secured by each candidate in written examination and interview and a consolidated list will be prepared and released.
I hope this article was beneficial to you. Keep practising. Be regular and punctual. Practice question papers and mock tests until the very last day before the examination day. It will cause no harm but will only help you score high. Be alert and have fun preparing for Kerala CSEB. Wishing you all the best.