NIELIT Scientist C Syllabus 2021 Scientist D / Group A Exam Pattern

By | November 10, 2021


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NIELIT Scientist C Syllabus 2021

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About Recruitment :

NIELIT has recently announce about the Recruitment of 708 Posts of Scientist ‘C’ and Scientist ‘D’ Under Group A. Many Candidates who is interested in these Posts filled there Online Application form. The Process of Submitting Online Application Form will be Working till 24.11.2021 (11:55 pm). Here the Candidates Can Check the Details of Recruitment from the Below Provided Link.

About Exam :

There will be a Screening Test Conducted first for the Selection. The Date of Examination will be announce later on the Official Website. The Exact Time & Place of Screening Test Will be intimated Later. Written Exam Will be Conducted in Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Jaipur, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jammu, Kolkata, Lucknow & Mumbai & Interviews shall be conducted only at Delhi.

Nowadays Competition Level become very high so Competitive Exams gets too tougher. Candidates facing critical problem of “What to prepare” and “How to prepare” to give their best in their exams. So, here we are providing the latest Syllabus & Exam Pattern.

Selection Process :

  • Screening Test, Evaluation of the academic records followed by personal interaction/ interview

Stage 2

Exam Pattern :

Exam Pattern for the Written Exam is as Follows:-

  • Exam Will be Objective Type.
  • The Screening Test would consist of 150 nos. of Multiple Choice Questions to be answered in 150 minutes.
  • The Screening Test would be of qualifying nature and would comprise of multiple choice Questions (MCQ) on Reasoning, Basic Mathematics, English, Aptitude, Attitude and Leadership Quality.

Note: Candidates qualifying the Screening Test with Minimum 60% marks would only be considered eligible to fill up the main application form for the posts of Scientist C and Scientist D for next level of selection process. In case sufficient number of candidates in OBC, SC and ST categories are not available with minimum 60% marks in the Screening Tests, then qualifying marks could be relaxed to 50% for OBC category and 40% for SC/ST categories (wherever post are reserved).

Note: The list of candidates qualifying the Screening Test would, however, be restricted by applying a ratio of 1:6 (i.e six candidates for each post) in the order of merit and reservation to qualify the first stage.

Exam Syllabus :

Exam Syllabus for Examination is given below :-

Detailed Syllabus Will be Provided Soon.

Stage 2

The applications qualifying the first stage would be evaluated by the Evaluation Committee and marks would be awarded for various parameters like academic qualifications, experience, publications etc. The details of various parameters and weightage of marks are as indicated below:

Scientist “C‟

S. No Particulars Weightage of Marks Max Marks
(a) Matriculation (Class X) 0.1 Mark for each percent 10 Marks
(b) 10+2 (Intermediate) 0.2 Mark for each percent 20 Marks
(c) GATE Score (marks out of 100) 0.05 mark for each percent 05 Marks
(d) Essential Qualification i.e basic qualification required for the post 0.4 Mark for each percent in the degree of Essential Qualification 40 Marks
(e) Ph.D. in relevant field Full Marks for awarded Ph.D. Degree 10 Marks
(f) Experience in relevant field   (Maximum 4 years in Govt./ Semi-Govt./ Private would be considered) 4.5 Marks for each completed year in Govt./ Semi-Government in the relevant field at an appropriate level after completion of essential qualification. 3 Marks for each completed year in private organisation in the relevant field and at an appropriate level after completion of essential qualification. 18 Marks
(g) Journal Publications 2 Marks for publication of each paper in International Journal and 1 Mark for publication of each paper in National Journal, having Impact Factor of at-least One and indexed in any of the following: Web of Science [SCI (Science Citation Index), SSCI (Social Sciences Citation Index), SCI-expanded (Science Citation Index Expanded)] ORSCOPUS 12 Marks
(h) Conference Publications 1 Mark for each Conference Paper presented and published in SCOPUS/ IEEE/Springer indexed Conference proceedings. 05 Marks
(i) Interview/ Personal Interaction   30 Marks
  Total   150 Marks

Scientist “D‟

S.No Particulars Weightage of Marks Max Marks
(a) Matriculation (Class X) 0.08 Mark for each percent 08 Marks
(b) 10+2 (Intermediate) 0.12 Mark for each percent 12 Marks
(c) GATE Score (marks out of 100) 0.05 mark for each percent 05 Marks
(d) Essential Qualification i.e basic qualification required for the post 0.4 Mark for each percent in the degree of Essential Qualification 40 Marks
(e) Ph.D. in          relevant field Full Marks for awarded Ph.D. Degree 10 Marks
(f) Experience     in relevant field   (Maximum 8 years in Govt./ Semi-Govt./ Private would be considered) 3 Marks for each completed year in Govt./ Semi-Government in the relevant field at an appropriate level after completion of essential qualification.   2 Marks for each completed year in private organisation in the relevant field and at an appropriate level after completion of essential qualification. 24 Marks
(g) Journal Publications 2 Marks for publication of each paper in International Journal and 1 Mark for publication of each paper in National Journal, having Impact Factor of at-least One and indexed in any of the following: Web of Science [SCI (Science Citation Index), SSCI (Social Sciences Citation Index), SCI- expanded (Science Citation Index Expanded)] ORSCOPUS 14 Marks
(h) Conference Publications 1 Mark for each Conference Paper presented and published in SCOPUS/ IEEE/Springer indexed Conference proceedings. 07 Marks
  Interview/ Personal Interaction   30 Marks
  Total   150 Marks
  • A merit list of shortlisted candidates would be drawn based on the marks obtained out of 120 marks (excluding 30 marks for interview) and candidates in the ratio of 1:3 would be called for personal interaction/ interview i.e for each post, three candidates would be called for interview in the order of merit and reservation.
  • Final Merit List would be prepared based on the marks obtained out of a maximum of 150 marks i.e marks obtained in the Evaluation process (max 120 marks) and in the interview (max 30 marks) would be added to arrive at the final score.
  • The selected candidates for the post of Scientist-D shall be on probation for one year and Scientist-C on probation period of 2 years

Final Words :

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Important Link Area for NIELIT Scientist C Syllabus:

Admit Card
Recruitment Details
Official Website

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