Kerala LDC Exam – Notification, Online Application, Call Letter, Result & Other Complete Details
Kerala Public Service Commission (Kerala PSC) conducts Lower Division Clerk Examination. This will include the integrated post of Lower Division Clerk/ Village Assistant in the Revenue Department. Vacancies of Lower Division Clerk in Kerala Municipal Common Service will also be filled up through this examination. Candidates should pass in SSLC Examination or any other equivalent to apply for this examination. Here provided Kerala Public Service Commission Lower Division Clerk Exam Notification, Online Application, Instructions & Guidelines, Eligibility, Selection Process, Syllabus, Previous Papers and other complete details…
Age Limit: Candidates age limit should be between 18-36, Only candidates born between 02-01-1977 and 01-01-1995 (both dates included) are eligible to apply for the post with usual relaxation to Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribe and Other Backward communities.
Educational Qualification: Candidates should Pass in SSLC Examination or any other equivalent qualification.
Note:- Typists in the Various Departments including Secretariat and Office of the Kerala Public Service Commission possessing SSLC qualification are eligible to apply in response to this notification in case they possess not less than 4 (four) years regular service on the date of application. The maximum age limit for such persons will be 40 (forty) years with usual relaxation of three years in case of OBC and 5 years in case of SC/ST candidates. The candidates in this category are not entitled to the benefit of reservation. Such applicants should obtain a service Certificate from the Head of the Department or Office showing their length of service and service to which they belong and produce the same as and when required by the Commission.
Exam Pattern: Lower Division Clerk (LDC) Exam will be conducted for 100 Marks, which consists of four parts i.e Part I contains Simple Arithmetic and Mental Ability, Part II contains questions on General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Part III consists of General English and Part IV consists of questions on Regional Language (Malayalam/Tamil/Kannada). Total duration will be 75 Minutes. A medium of question paper is Malayalam, Tamil & Kannada (Except General English).
Part I – Simple Arithmetic and Mental Ability
Part II – General Knowledge and Current Affairs
Part III – General English
Part IV – Regional Language (Malayalam/Tamil/Kannada)