Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has rolled out notification for the post of Senior Technical Assistant ‘B’ (STA ‘B’) under Defence Research & Development Organisation Technical Cadre (DRTC). A total of 494 vacancies have been announced by DRDO for the post.
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DRDO offers exciting and challenging career opportunities to work on defense systems, infrastructure & related activities in a broad spectrum of subjects/disciplines at its more than 60 laboratories/establishments spread throughout the country.
Let’s look at the exam pattern of DRDO Senior Technical Assistant ‘B’ Exam
DRDO Senior Technical Assistant ‘B’ Exam Pattern
|Scope of Examination
|I||CBT for Screening
|Test common to all post-codes : Quantitative ability/aptitude,
General intelligence & Reasoning ability, General awareness,
English language (basic knowledge), General science
|II||CBT for Provisional
|Test specific to subject of post-code
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Attack is the best form of defence and it is true when you are preparing for the DRDO exam as well.
Below are 7 essential tips which will help you crack DRDO Senior Technical Assistant ‘B’ Exam.
- Time management is the key to success. Try to solve the easiest topics first in which you are more comfortable then go to difficult problems. Don’t waste too much time on a single question.
- Revise all your notes such as shortcut tricks, vocabulary, however, do not try to learn any new topics during the last days.
- Speed, as well as accuracy, are very important while solving the questions. Remember, just attempting many questions will not be of any use until you are sure of the answers.
- Please read all the instructions carefully and take along ID proof, Photocopy of ID proof, Admit card, Passport size photo.
- Try to reach the examination hall at least an hour before the mentioned time. Being late will make you tensed and may hamper your performance.
- The night before the exam take proper sleep to keep your mind fully active in the exam hall.
- Avoid last-minute comparison with your peers’ preparation which would just make you feel tensed. Instead, focus on yourself and be confident of your own preparation.
All you need to do is believe in yourself and your capabilities, the actual battle will be won before it begins. Be confident about the hard work you did to prepare for this examination.
“Do Your Best, and Leave the Rest.”