ESIC UDC Syllabus 2021 – Main Exam Pattern for Stenographers

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UDC Syllabus 2021

Recruitment –

The Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESIC invited applications to be recruited for the positions of Upper Division Clerks (UDC), and Stenographer in all 50 states. These posts were subject to an online written test in the month 2021. After that, a Computer Skill Test and Stenography Test will take place. The -/-2021 to -/-/2021 online application was activated. This is the most anticipated recruitment.

About ESIC Exam:-

The Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC), will conduct an online test in India to recruit for the positions of Upper Division Clerk (UDC), and Stenographers (Steno) The standard of competitive examinations is rapidly improving with the passing of time. Candidates must pay more attention to their preparation in order to do well in the examination. We have provided the most recent exam and syllabus to help you prepare for this screening test of UDC & Steno conducted by ESIC.

Selection Process:-

Name Test Title
Stenographer Main Examination Computer Skill Test Stenography Test
Clerk, Upper Divison Preliminary Examination Main Examination Computer Skill Test
  • Upper Divison Clerk: Final selection will be made based on the marks achieved in Phase -II. Candidates must pass all stages of the examination.
  • Stenographers: Final selection will be made based on the marks received in Phase -I. Candidates must pass all stages of the examination.

ESIC UDC Exam Model –

UDC Syllabus & Exam (Preliminary Examinations, Main Examinations, Computer Skill Tests)

I -Preliminary Exam (Qualifying In Nature)

SI No.

Name of the Test No. No. Max Marks Duration Version
1 General Intelligence and Reasoning 25 50 1 hour Bilingual
2 General Awareness 25 50 Bilingual
3 Quantitative Aptitude 25 50 Bilingual
4 English Comprehension 25 50 English
Total 100 200

Note: Phase-I is a qualifying phase and marks won’t be counted towards final merit. Each wrong answer will result in a negative marking equal to one-fourth of the mark for that question. Phase-II will be selected in a ratio of 1/10, i.e. Based on their performance in Phase-I, the candidates will be shortlisted for Phase-II at a ratio of 1:10.

Phase 2 -Main Examination

SI No. Name of Test (Objective Testing) No. No. Max. Max. Duration Version
1 General Intelligence and Reasoning 50 50 2 hours Bilingual
2 General Awareness 50 50 Bilingual
3 Quantitative Aptitude 50 50 Bilingual
4 English Comprehension 50 50 English
Total 200 200

Notice: Only marks from Phase -II will count towards final selection. Each wrong answer will result in a negative marking equal to one-fourth the mark given for that question. Phase-III will be decided in a ratio of 1 to 5, i.e. Based on their performance in Phase-II, approximately 5 times as many vacancies will be available in each category.

Phase 3 -Computer Skill Test -Qualifying in Nature

Comprising the following three parts:

S.No. Description of Test Marks Total Marks Duration
1 Preparation of 02 Power Points slides 10 50 Marks 30 minutes
2 Formatting MS Word for typing 20

3 Formulae used to prepare tables in MS Excel 20

Note: PWD candidates who cannot type will be evaluated by taking an objective computer test of 50 marks with 50 questions. There will not be any negative marking. Computer Skill Tests will be considered qualifying. Merit ranking will not be based on marks obtained.

  • Final selection will be made based on the marks achieved in Phase -II.
  • Each wrong answer will result in a negative marking equal to one-fourth the mark.
  • Phase-III will be decided in a ratio of 1 to 5, i.e., the candidates will be shortlisted. Based on their performance in Phase-II, approximately 5 times as many vacancies will be available in each category.

ESIC Steenographer Exam Pattern (Main Examination. Computer Skill Test. & Stenography Test).

I Main Examination

SI No. Name of the Test No. No. Max Marks Duration Version
1 English Language And Comprehension 100 100 70 minutes Hindi And English Except English Language And Comprehension
2 Reasoning ability 50 50 35 minutes
3 General Awareness 50 50 25 minutes

Notice: Only marks from Phase -I will count towards final selection. Each wrong answer will result in a negative marking equal to one-fourth of the mark given for that question. Phase-II will be shortlisted in a ratio of 1/10, i.e. Based on their performance in Phase-I, the candidates will be shortlisted for Phase-II at a ratio of 1:10.

Phase 2 -Computer Skill Test and Stenography Test (Both Qualifying In Nature)

Computer Skill Test:-

S. S. Description of Test Marks Total Marks Duration
1 Preparation of 02 Power Points slides 10 50 Marks 30 minutes
2 Formatting MS Word for typing 20
3 Formulae used to prepare tables in MS Excel 20

B) Stenography Test :-

Stenography Test: 10 minutes, 80 words per minute English or Hindi. One hour of transcription on the computer. The VH candidate must transcribe the matter within 85 minutes for English Shorthand and 95 minutes for Hindi Shorthand in order to be considered for the position of Stenographer.

Note: PWD candidates who cannot type will be tested by taking an objective computer test of 50 marks with 50 questions. There will not be any negative marking. Computer Skill Test, and Stenography Test are qualifying. Merit ranking will not be based on marks obtained.

UDC Exam Syllabus:-

ESIC Stenographer and UDC Syllabus

Exam Schellabus – ESIC UDC & Steno Exam Schemellabus will be the following:

Quantitative Aptitude: Questions will be asked to assess the candidate’s ability to use numbers correctly and their number sense. The test will cover the computation of whole numbers, decimals, fractions, relationships between numbers, and percentages. Ratio and Proportion, Square roots, Averages and Profit and Loss. Discount. Partnership Business. Mixture and Allegation. Time and Distance. Time & Work. Basic algebraic identities of School.

English Language: Candidates’ comprehension of correct English, basic comprehension, and writing abilities, etc. The candidates’ ability to understand correct English, his basic comprehension and writing abilities would all be tested. Questions will include filling in the blanks, synonyms and antonyms, spelling/detecting misspelled words, idioms, phrases, one-word substitution, improvement of sentences, and other questions.

General Intelligence: This component would include both verbal as well as non-verbal questions. This component could include questions about analogies, similarities, and differences, spatial orientation, problem-solving, analysis, judgment and decision making, discrimination and observation, relationship concepts and arithmetical reasoning, figural classifications, arithmetic numbers series, and non-verbal sequences.

General Awareness: This component tests the candidate’s awareness of the environment and how it applies to him. Questions will be asked to assess knowledge about current events as well as of scientific aspects of everyday observations and experiences. This is what an educated person would expect. Questions relating to India or its neighbouring countries will be included, especially those relating History, Culture Geography, Economic Scene and General Policy & Scientific Research.