Pages - Menu
Sunday, 30 April 2017
From Web you can Get various Related Like General knowledge, Gujarat Totally General knowledge,English Grammar,Gujarati Grammar,Gujarati Literature,maths,science and other more materials For exams complete preparation stay connected.
Educational website and here we given all types of Educational news . All Gujarati news papers educational news cuttings are put in this blog. we can add post from some leading gujarati news papers like Sandesh, Divya bhaskar, Gujarat samachar, Akila , Sanj samachar and many more.
We are happy to inform we put Latest and trusted Educational news from trusted sources.
so daily visit and stay connected with getting all type of news like Job, Result,CCC, Teachers related, All circulers, Admission, study material, GK,Question bank, and many more.
Download PDF File
KEEP VISITING FOR LATEST EDUCATIONAL AND TECHNOLOGY UPDATES
POSTING DAILY UPDATE ABOUT PRIMARY SCHOOL LATEST PARIPATRA, EDUCATIONAL NEWS AND OTHER COMPETITIVE EXAMS MATERIALS.
LIKE TET,HTAT,GPSC,POLICE CONSTABLE BHARTI,GSSSB CLERK,TALATI MANTRI AND OTHER EXAMS.
A blog a truncation of the expression weblog is a discussion or informational website published on the World Wide Web consisting of discrete, often informal diary-style text entries ("posts"). Posts are typically displayed in reverse chronological order, so that the most recent post appears first, at the top of the web page. Until 2009, blogs were usually the work of a single individual, occasionally of a small group, and often covered a single subject or topic. In the 2010s, "multi-author blogs" (MABs) have developed, with posts written by large numbers of authors and sometimes professionally edited. MABs from newspapers, other media outlets, universities, think tanks, advocacy groups, and similar institutions account for an increasing quantity of blog traffic. The rise of Twitter and other "microblogging" systems helps integrate MABs and single-author blogs into the news media. Blog can also be used as a verb, meaning to maintain or add content to a blog.Many blogs provide commentary on a particular subject or topic, ranging from politics to sports. Others function as more personal online diaries, and others function more as online brand advertising of a particular individual or company. A typical blog combines text, digital images, and links to other blogs, web pages, and other media related to its topic. The ability of readers to leave comments in an interactive format is an important contribution to the popularity of many blogs. However, blog owners or authors need to moderate and filter online comments to remove hate speech or other offensive content. Most blogs are primarily textual, although some focus on art (art blogs), photographs (photoblogs), videos (video blogs or "vlogs"), music (MP3 blogs), and audio (podcasts). Microblogging is another type of blogging, featuring very short posts. In education, blogs can be used as instructional resources. These blogs are referred to as edublogs. On 16 February 2011, there were over 156 million public blogs in existence. On 20 February 2014, there were around 172 million Tumblr and 75.8 million WordPress blogs in existence worldwide. According to critics and other bloggers, Blogger is the most popular blogging service used today. However, Blogger does not offer public A blog is a frequently updated online personal journal or diary. It is a place to express yourself to the world. A place to share your thoughts and your passions. Really, it’s anything you want it to be. For our purposes we’ll say that a blog is your own website that you are going to update on an ongoing basis. Blog is a short form for the word weblog and the two words are used interchangeably.As so often happens in the English language, many derivatives of the word blog have been created. One who participates in the activities of maintaining a blog is known as a blogger and the activity of keeping a blog is known as blogging. So we could say that the blogger blogs in his blog, but that might cause your English teacher to weep. We are going to use these terms with alarming frequency, so make sure you understand what they mean before you go on.So who are these fearless people who would be willing to post about their lives in as public a forum as the Internet? They are people just like you. Once the haven of technical know-it-alls, blogging has suddenly caught-on as a legitimate hobby and has entered the mainstream. Every day millions of people, some of whom have no technical ability whatsoever, write on their blogs.
To meet this demand some amazing tools have been created that will allow anyone, even people with very little knowledge of computers, to have their own blog. If you can find your way onto the Internet and follow some basic instructions you can have your own blog. It’s just that easy.So you may be asking why anyone would want to have their own blog. We believe the answer lies in the fact that every human has a voice and wishes their voice to be heard. The Internet is a medium that is unparalleled in its reach. Never before have average people like you or me been able to reach a global audience with so little trouble. Bloggers have the opportunity of reaching hundreds or even thousands of people each and every day.
There are still many people who like to share the details of their days. They may post twenty or thirty times a day, detailing when they ate lunch and when they headed home from work. On the other hand there are bloggers who give almost no detail about their lives, but write instead about a hobby or interest of theirs. They may dedicate their blog to something they are passionate about.
In fact, today’s blogs can provide hair tips, up-to-date news, technical information, celebrity scandal, political rumor, gets people involved in volunteering, advice on investments as well as there being blogs about niche topics like cooking, health, gardening, sport, blogging blogs (this blog) and of course many personal blogs and quite a few strange blogs.So who are these fearless people who would be willing to post about their lives in as public a forum as the Internet? They are people just like you. Once the haven of technical know-it-alls, blogging has suddenly caught-on as a legitimate hobby and has entered the mainstream. Every day millions of people, some of whom have no technical ability whatsoever, write on their blogs.
To meet this demand some amazing tools have been created that will allow anyone, even people with very little knowledge of computers, to have their own blog. If you can find your way onto the Internet and follow some basic instructions you can have your own blog. It’s just that easy.
MUST VISIT THIS WEBSITE EVERY DAY FOR LATEST EDUCATIONAL UPDATES OF VARIOUS FACTROR HAPPENING IN THIS FIELD AND OTHER GK UPDATES.
we daily uploads various Circular About primary education department in www.akparmar.com
All Circulars of Districts And Niyamak kacheri Gandhinagar all Primary, Secondary and Higer Secondary Department.
we also uploads various Job Updates of various government & Non-Government Sector from all over india.
This blog is daily update about primery school letest circular , Educational news paper news, Breking news , all Goverment and private job ,Letest Techno tips, Insurance, Loans , Letest Mobile tips and all Competitive exam most imp gk, model paper, exam old paper, model paper in mp3 and most imp gk mp3 exam materials... Like Tet,Tat,Htat,Police constable bharti, Gsssb Clerk, Talati, and other exam
THIS BLOG IS DAILY UPDATE ABOUT GUJARATI LANGUAGE SPECIAL NEWSLETTER AND OTHER GUJARATI INFORMATION AND PRIMERY SCHOOL LETEST CIRCULAR , EDUCATIONAL NEWS PAPER NEWS, ALL GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE JOB , LETEST TECHNOLOGY TIPS, INSURANCE, LOANS , LETEST MOBILE TIPS AND ALL COMPETITIVE EXAM MOST IMP GK, MODEL PAPER, EXAM OLD PAPER, MODEL PAPER IN MP3 AND MOST IMP GK MP3 EXAM MATERIALS... LIKE TET, TAT, HTAT, POLICE CONSTABLE BHARTI, GSSSB CLERK, TALATI, AND OTHER EXAMS.
GUNOTSAV, PRAVESOTSAV BABAT USEFUL INFORMATION MATE AA BLOG NI KYAREK MULAKAT LETA RAHO
Head Clerk Questions Paper Date – 30/04/17 Downloaded We Upload Question Paper Of Head Clerk ADVT no 118/201718 And We Will Shortly Upload This Solution So Keep Viviting…
ENGLISH PAPER SOLUTION:-DOWNLOAD
Saturday, 29 April 2017
CURRENT AFFAIRS DATE:-30/04/2017 IN GUJARATI BY EDUSAFAR.
Www.akparmar.com blog you can stay connected with govt. job updates, sarkari naukari and other private jobs in Gujarat. You can also get current affairs, study material for competitive exams in Gujarati and General knowledge (GK in Gujarati).
We recommend you to install GK Android app for this site which is available on Google play store,you can download Educational app here. By installing this android app, you can get following benefits in your exam preparation.
* Get latest updates for Govt. jobs in Gujarat
* Read Current affairs in Android App
*.Read Important study material in your mobile notification.
Preparation of HTAT.
Are you looking for Head Teacher’s Aptitude Test (HTAT)resources? If yes, then you can visit all available resources including Official notification, Syllabus and study material for HTAT Exam here.
CCC is abbreviation of Course on Computer Concept. If you are looking CCCInformation for Govt. job then you can visit our CCC Exam study material here.You can also install our android app to play / practice CCC Quiz.
Knowledge can refer to a theoretical or practical understanding of a subject. It can be implicit (as with practical skill or expertise) or explicit (as with the theoretical understanding of a subject); it can be more or less formal or systematic. In philosophy, the study of knowledge is called epistemology; the philosopher Plato famously defined knowledge as "justified true belief", though this definition is now agreed by most analytic philosophers to be problematic because of the Gettier problems. However, several definitions of knowledge and theories to explain it exist.
Knowledge acquisition involves complex cognitive processes: perception, communication, and reasoning; while knowledge is also said to be related to the capacity of acknowledgment in human beings.The definition of knowledge is a matter of ongoing debate among philosophers in the field of epistemology. The classical definition, described but not ultimately endorsed by Plato, specifies that a statement must meet three criteria in order to be considered knowledge: it must be justified, true, and believed. Some claim that these conditions are not sufficient, as Gettier case examples allegedly demonstrate. There are a number of alternatives proposed, including Robert Nozick's arguments for a requirement that knowledge 'tracks the truth' and Simon Blackburn's additional requirement that we do not want to say that those who meet any of these conditions 'through a defect, flaw, or failure' have knowledge. Richard Kirkham suggests that our definition of knowledge requires that the evidence for the belief necessitates its truth.In contrast to this approach, Ludwig Wittgenstein observed, following Moore's paradox, that one can say "He believes it, but it isn't so," but not "He knows it, but it isn't so." He goes on to argue that these do not correspond to distinct mental states, but rather to distinct ways of talking about conviction. What is different here is not the mental state of the speaker, but the activity in which they are engaged. For example, on this account, to know that the kettle is boiling is not to be in a particular state of mind, but to perform a particular task with the statement that the kettle is boiling. Wittgenstein sought to bypass the difficulty of definition by looking to the way "knowledge" is used in natural languages. He saw knowledge as a case of a family resemblance. Following this idea, "knowledge" has been reconstructed as a cluster concept that points out relevant features but that is not adequately captured by any definition.This is most useful knowledge sparks in all competative exam,now a days competative exam in gujrat held most of people visit every site n search that types of knowledge so i put here knowledge sparks every day one short reminder
SAHITYA SARJAKO: DOWNLOAD
GPSC MODLE PAPER 40:-DOWNLOAD
GSRTC Conductor Special Matrials Part 5
Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation (GSRTC) is going to Conducting a Huge Number of Conductor Post. It’s about 1503 post. It is a great opportunity for Gujarat’s Student who wants Government job. If you conducting for this exam, you have to well Preparation for exam as given syllabus.
We going to help Candidates who wants to preparation for this exam. We makes model paper for this exam as Perfect as Syllabus. We includes all Subject same as syllabus like, Basic Knowledge, History of Gujarat, Geography of Gujarat, important Current Affairs from Gujarat and India, Gujarati Grammar, English Grammar, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning, Subject Related Questions, Motor Vehicle Primary Knowledge, Primary Treatment, Conductor Responsibility and Computer Related questions. All That helps lots for you
You can also get Study materials Related to GSRTC Conductor
Details about Recruitment :
Name of Post : GSRTC Conductor
No. of vacancy : 1503
Job Location : Gujarat
Educational Qualification :
Candidates must have completed 10t class from a recognized board of education and must be having valid RTO Approved conductor License. Preference will be given to candidates those who have completed 12th class or Graduation
Age Limit : 18 – 35 years (as on 05-03-2017)
Syllabus for Conductor Post :General Knowledge (10th Level)History of GujaratGeographyCurrent Affairs (Gujarat& India)Gujarati Grammar (10th Level)English Grammar (10th Level)Quantitative Aptitude Test & ReasoningSubject Related QuestionsMotor Vehicle Primary Knowledge Related, Primary Treatment / Conductor Responsibility RelatedComputer Related
So download this GSRTC Conductor Special Question bank model paper from given Below link and prepare hard for exam. We hope you Pass with high rank. And don’t forget to share this Post with your friends
Friday, 28 April 2017
WhatsApp has become a lifeline for almost smartphone user since its launch in year 2009. It is the most popular chat app in the world and has over 1 billion monthly active users. But while a lot of people use WhatsApp, not everyone is keeping track of all the new features the app has got in the last several months.
In fact, since the beginning of this year the number of features coming to WhatsApp has grown at a rapid pace. Nowadays, almost every two weeks there is a new WhatsApp feature. So what does that mean for you, the WhatsApp user? You are probably not using WhatsApp in a very smart way. But worry not, we tell you some tips that will help you get most out of WhatsApp. To start with, 10 tips.
Tag people in group chats: Refer to someone in a group chat with a mention by typing the "@" symbol and selecting the person's name from the pop-up list. When you mention someone in a message, a notification will be sent to that person.
For iOS users: WhatsApp has recently rolled out several updates for its iOS users like using Siri to send a message or make call. When receiving a phone call, you can answer it quickly with the new full calling screen. To answer, tap to Accept or drag the slider. A new widget has also been added to the app that lets you jump to a recent chat or see which chats have unread message. Also in your iPhone Contacts app, you will have the option to make a call or send a message directly with WhatsApp. iPhone users can also forward a message or content to multiple chats at once.
Tap to speak: Don't want to type those lengthy and boring messages? That's fine. WhatsApp has a feature to help you deal with this. Simply, press the 'mic' button in your keypad and now dictate your long messages to the app.
Find out who has read your message in a group chat: Not everyone reads a message at the same time in a group chat. And those double blue ticks, they appear only when the message has been read by all in the group. So now you can know who has read your messages and who hasn't. Just tap and hold on the message, and then tap the Info option. You will see the message details like the exact time it was delivered and read.
Reply to a specific message: Do you have a friend who quick fires messages? Like one question and then before you can answer that, another question. To make it less confusing, you can answer the specific messages. Press on the message you want to answer, select the 'reply' button, and then type and send your response. It will appear with the original message so that the context is not lost.
Create shortcuts for important contracts: You can create shortcuts for your important contact on your phone's home screen. All you have to do is go the contact's chat window > Settings > More > Add Shortcut. You can now see the shortcut on your phone's home screen.
Stylise your messages: You can add some style -- or highlights -- to your messages using bold, italics, and strike-thrus. For e.g. *Hi * for bold, _Hi _ for italics and ~Hi ~ for strike-thrus.
Mute the noisy group notifications: Continuous messages in a group can be a annoying. Here's what you need to do to mute those irritating notifications. Tap on a group name > tap on Mute and then select how long you want to mute the group
Broadcast live feature: With festivals coming you may want to send a message to several friends at once. You can do this using this feature. Go to the Chats screen, tap on the menu button and then 'New broadcast' to choose the contacts you want to send the message. So party on Friday? Invite all your friends with single message.
Send a map of your location or nearby places to let someone know where you are or suggest a meeting place: To do this, tap on the share icon and then send your location or search for a place. Your GPS should be turned on before you send the location.
Personalise your WhatsApp: You can change the wallpaper of your WhatsApp. You will find this option under settings.
Search your WhatsApp chat history: You can search for a precise message in your chat thread. Go the contact's screen where you want to find the message. Tap the option button > Search > Type the text you are looking for. The app will fetch in the search term along with the conversation it came in.
you spend at least 30 minutes deciding the perfect pose for the picture, next 10 minutes is spent on choosing the best filter for the picture and if time permits you even add those beauty effects to the hide the blemishes or perfect the skin tone. All this hard work but when you upload the image on Facebook, it looks all mushy, as if this is an image shot with a 15 year old camera and not the state-of-the-art latest iPhone.
Image result for FACEBOOK IMAGE
Often the pictures that you upload do not look the same after they are up on Facebook. Why? Up to 350 million new photos are uploaded on Facebook every day. So basically there is too much of data stored at once which can make the site slow or even crash. So to lighten the load and enable faster navigation on the site, Facebook automatically resizes and formats your pictures to its default sizes of 720px, 920px, 2048px for regular photos and 851px by 315px for the cover photos.
It also compresses the images and lowers the quality to a level where the images even look horrendous.
So what do you do? How do you save your pictures from the horror of Facebook's cruel compression? Just follow these tips the next time you upload the next big art work on the website.
1. Facebook suggests you resize your pictures to one of its supported sizes which are of 720px, 920px, 2048px for regular photos and 851px by 315px for the cover photos. Do that in an image edit program before you upload the image. This way you can control the quality of the photo.
2. Upload cover photo of file size less than 100KB to avoid compression.
3. Facebook advises you save your image as a JPEG with an sRGB color profile.
4. Make sure to tick the High Quality check box when uploading the photo album. You will find it on the left hand side of the uploading window.
5. iPhone users can go to the Facebook Account settings > Videos and photos> Upload HD. This will upload your photos in HD by default from you iPhone. Similarly Android users can go to App settings > Account Settings > Photos > Upload HD.
ere at India Today Tech we have written about e-wallets earlier, including a guide on how to use one. But given the way things are going and with many people, nay make it most people, still without cash, the time of e-wallets in the country is truly starting.
Image result for PAY TM IMAGE
Even PM Narendra Modi is asking people to use e-wallets. So how do you use an e-wallet? Is it really simple or difficult? What all do you need to use an e-wallet. Here is an explainer using Paytm, although other e-wallets, including MobiKwik and Freecharge, also work similarly.
-- To use Paytm you need a compatible smartphone. Almost all smartphones sold in India currently are compatible although if you have a good phone, read something that costs more than Rs 5,000 to Rs 7,000 your experience of using the app will be better.
-- You need a debit or credit card. Although if you don't have it, you can still use Paytm but in that case you will have to get the money into your account through a Paytm retailer who can put in the money in your account using his own Paytm account. This is like top up or recharge for a pre-paid phone.
Download and install the Paytm app on your phone. The is available on Play Store, Windows Mobile Store and the iOS App Store.
Once the app has been installed tap on it to open it. Now you have to login and for that you need to create an account. The process is simple. Just use your phone number to sign up and follow the on screen instructions. During the registration process you will get an OTP through SMS. This will be automatically read. After that you can set a password for your account. Once the password is set, you can log in to the account.
The same login details can be used to login into Paytm via a web browser to make online payments
Once you have logged into your account, you need to put in some money into it. The limit is 20,000. That is the maximum amount of money you can have in the Paytm account, or for that matter any e-wallet account, at a time. This money can be filled into account using a valid debit or credit card.
Once you have the money in the wallet, you can use it for payment. You can make online payments, for example to buy air tickets or to recharge your phone, as well you can make payments at your local retail store if the store accepts Paytm.
To make the payment, open the app and tap on the pay. It's the first icon on the blue part of the app. This gives you three ways to make payment.
One, you can scan the Paytm QR code that a seller will have on his shop. This will give you the details of the shop and then you will have to put in the required amount in the app and tap pay. So, for example you bought grocery items worth Rs 320 from a retail shop that accepts Paytm. To make the payment, open the app, tap on the pay, then scan the Paytm QR code at the shop, fill in the Rs 320 once the name of the shop appears in the app and tap pay. The money will be immediately transferred to the Paytm account of the seller.
The other method is to use the phone number of the Paytm account holder. The third method to pay through Paytm is via the QR code in your app. In this case, the retailer will scan the code on your phone and then you can put in the money that you want to pay him.
Explore the app and see what all you can do. There is lot you can do, including online shopping. Although for online shopping we wouldn't recommend Paytm that much because the shopping experience, in our opinion and right now, is better on Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal.
But through the Paytm app you can do a money transfer, pay bills, pay for Uber cabs as well as buy tickets etc.
What about other e-wallets
We gave the example of the Paytm here because it seems to be popular and hence easier to use. There are more stores and services that accept Paytm. But you can use any other e-wallet if that serves your purpose. The process to use the one is similar, although in some cases the user interface, colours and buttons etc in the app could be different. But the basic idea is same: install the app, set up your account using the phone number, top it up with money and then use that money in the e-wallet to do cashless transactions.
region-locked content, or more specifically the videos that aren't available in a particular country, are no longer the sort of nuisance that they used to be earlier. Nowadays, content creators have realised that it is futile to region-lock a video. But the problem still occasionally surfaces, particularly for something that is hot and trending. An example will be something like Grammy-nominated song or some other clip with unique music.
Image result for YOU TUBE IMAGE
So if you come across such region-locked videos, which are available in the US or UK, but are blocked in India, how do you watch it? The answer, as always, lies in using a proxy or VPN server, which allows you to use an IP address from outside India to access something. Earlier, this used to be a major problem. But now in 2016, access to a VPN or proxy has become very easy.
There are several methods to access a blocked video, article or even the full website, in India. But the easiest -- and free -- is the use of Opera.
Opera -- yes the same software that is also ran in the browser market -- is of late doing some innovative stuff. Sensing that a lot of people can benefit from a VPN, the browser now comes bundled with a free VPN inside it.
So to watch a blocked video on a laptop or desktop, all you need to do is:
-- Install latest version of Opera .
-- Once the app is installed, open it and toggle VPN through the VPN Button placed in the URL bar.
WhatsApp turned the world upside down for many when it announced the demise of old status feature in the app few weeks ago. The Facebook-owned chat app launched a new Status feature, and removed the old one that allowed people to set a text-only status update.
With the Status feature, which is seen as a separate tab in the app, users can share GIF, videos and photos with their contacts. This is a more Facebook and Instagram like feature. Also, just like the Snapchat's Stories, the posts disappear after 24 hours from WhatsApp.
Since the Status feature does not allow to post textual messages, theÂ feature received mixed reactions from users with many mourning andÂ criticising the company for the move. The company eventually brought back the old status feature.
Now the app runs both old and new status feature. The old features is back but with a twist. The twist is the way you now set up your status. Earlier there was a dedicated tab named as Status where you could go and set your desired status message. Now the process is different.Â While many of us may be already knowing this process by now, for those who are still facing difficulty in setting up their status, here is how you do it:
Tap on the three-dot icon present on the top right corner inside the app
Go to Settings.
Tap on your profile picture.
You will see an option called 'About and phone number'. Tap on the text message under the tab.
Tap on the pencil icon and write your status message.
The status feature comes with same status message options like Busy, Available, At school , At work, At the movies and Battery about to die and more.
WhatsApp today is like a lifeline to its users. With over 1 billion users, the chat app has become the first choice for almost everyone for exchanging texts, videos or audio clips.
WhatsApp makes you feel connected all the time and with the voice calling feature in it, now it has become easier to reach out to anyone at anytime. However, everything comes at a cost. The easy access to the chat app, and its wide prevalence, has made it a little annoying too. Along with the free and uninvited calls, the continuous incoming messages and those annoying family groups can get on your nerves sometimes. And not to forget: WhatsApp is one of the best ways used by your family members to keep an eye on you.
Deleting WhatsApp could be a little extreme, but then may be the extreme is what the doctor orders. In case, for some reason, you decide to purge WhatsApp from your life, here is what you should do.
Uninstalling the app doesn't help. It only deletes the WhatsApp icon from your phone. All your messages will still come to WhatsApp servers and once you reinstall the app, they will be there. Also you'll still be a part of all those family groups and chats.
But there is a way to delete, completely delete, WhatsApp and here is how you should go about it.
1. Go to settings.
2. Tap on Account.
3. Next click on Delete my account.
4. You'll be asked to enter your phone number on which the WhatsApp is registered. Enter the number and tap on delete my account shown across the red background.
5. It'll ask you to enter your region and the reason for quitting. This is optional. Tap on delete my account and done. Your WhatsApp account is deleted now.
Now to access again, you will have to create a new WhatsApp account.
GSSSB Assistant Social Welfare Officer Syllabus 2017: We are very happy to announce that Gujarat Subordinate Service Selection Board has successfully uploaded the Gujarat Head Clerk Exam Syllabus 2017 on its official website. Candidates who were searching the GSSSB ASWO Exam Pattern since the announcement of advertisement no 111 to advertisement no 118 should go carefully with this article in order to know details about the exam. Generally, the candidate needs syllabus for making the good preparation in order to secure good marks above the expected cutoff. Dear Gujarati candidates, if have any query or doubt then ask us without any hesitation.
All job seekers will have to appear in both OMR type competitive exam (Part 1) and Computer proficiency Test (Part 2) respectively those who want to become a Head Clerk or Social Welfare Inspector. The selection process will take place as given below. The paper scheme is available especially for the exam of various positions such as Municipal Accounts, Municipal Deputy Accounts, Accountant/Inspector, Social Welfare Inspector, Deputy Social Welfare Inspector and Head Clerk.Download sample paper, previous year solved questions papers and study material from this single article. You don’t have to go for the further site as we are 100% percent sure about this paper pattern.It’s our guarantee that once your complete reading procedure according to given GSSSB ASWO Syllabus 2017 you can clear this exam with good marks. But yes, if you don’t follow it then we are not sure about your performance.Generally, syllabus helps the lot in preparation as well as in exam too. According to the notification, there will be MCQ type questions in the paper for 150 marks and it includes topics like General knowledge, General Science, Current Affairs, History, Government Schemes, English, Grammar and Gujarati Language. Candidates will get a time of 2 hours and 30 minutes for filling answer sheet. We have updated Relevant/Reference/Preparation Books list, thereof links are available underneath.We have tried our level best to give you a complete information about the GSSSB Head Clerk Syllabus 2017. If have any doubt or need clarification regarding exam pattern then kindly submit a comment by using the below comment segment.Head cleark model paper is most useful in this exam which will on 30 april 2017