# Syllabus for Postal Assistant Exam 2021

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Postal assistant syllabus has provided here for the candidates appearing in written examination.

## Postal Assistant General Knowledge Syllabus

• Indian Economy
• Indian Culture & Heritage
• Indian Geography
• Indian Polity
• Indian Constitution
• History – India
• Science & Technology
• General Science
• Current Affairs – National & International wide

## Postal Assistant Reasoning Syllabus

• Observation
• Spatial Orientation
• Analysis
• Arithmetical Reasoning and Figural classification
• Analogies
• Similarities and Differences
• Discrimination
• Judgement
• Non – Verbal Series
• Decision Making
• Problem Solving
• Relationship Concepts
• Space Visualization
• Statement – Conclusion
• Visual Memory
• Arithmetic Number Series
• Coding and Decoding
• Syllogistic Reasoning etc.

## Postal Assistant Numerical Ability Syllabus

• Time & Distance
• Time & Work
• Number System
• Averages
• Ratio and Proportion
• Interest, Profit & loss, Discount
• Fraction, Decimals, and Percentages

## Postal Assistant Mathematics Syllabus

• Percentage
• Plane figures
• Algebraic expression
• Ratio and proportion
• Nature of Mathematics/Logical thinking
• Interest
• Surface Area and Volume
• Graph
• Area of plane figures
• Community Mathematics
• Lines and Angles
• Place of Mathematics in Curriculum
• Indices
• Equation
• Cube & Cube Root
• Statistics
• Factors
• Square & square Root
• Evaluation
• The language of Mathematics

## Postal Assistant English Syllabus

• Sentence Structure
• Vocabulary
• Comprehension
• Idioms & Phrases
• One word substitutions
• Grammar
• Subject – verb agreement
• Shuffling of sentence parts
• Unseen Passage
• Synonyms
• Fill in the blanks
• Sentence Rearrangement
• Error correction

## Postal Assistant Region Language Syllabus

• Sentence Formation
• Use of Idioms & Phrases and their meaning
• Comprehension of passage
• Grammar
• Common Vocabulary

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