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New Syllabus for Written test for the post of Accounts Assistant (Finance) - Download here

New Syllabus for Written test (Objective Type) for the post of Accounts Assistant (Finance) has been updated on the website of Jammu Kashmir Service Selection Board.

Marks: 120 Time: 02:00 Hours

General Knowledge with special reference to J&K UT (30 Marks)
(i) Current Events of National and International importance
(ii) Political & Physical divisions of world & India
(iii) Indian Culture, Heritage and Freedom Struggle/Movement.
(iv) Transport & Communication.
(v) Demography- Census, its feature and functions.
(vi) Important Rivers & Lakes in India.
(vii) Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport of India.
(viii) Environment, Ecology & Bio-diversity.
(ix) J&K UT
a) History
b) Economy
c) Geography- (Weather, Climate, Crops, Rivers, Lakes, Flora, Fauna
etc.)
d) Heritage & Culture
e) Important Tourist Destinations
(x) J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019.

Accountancy and Book Keeping (30 Marks)
(i) Introduction to Financial Accounting and its terms.
(ii) Accounting equation and Journal.
(iii) Voucher Approach in Accounting.
(iv) Bank Reconciliation Statement.
(v) Financial Management/Statements.
(vi) Partnership Accounts.
(vii) Ledger Accounts.
(viii) Cash Book, Financial Audit.
(ix) Elements of Double entry Book Keeping.
(x) Trial Balance.
(xi) Trading Account.
(xii) Profit Loss Account and Balance Sheet.
(xiii) Concept of Social Accounting, Social Audit and cash based single entry
system of accounting.
(xiv) Public Financial Management System (PFMS).
(xv) Indian Financial Management System.
(xvi) Taxation, Tax Laws- Direct , Indirect
(xvii) Cost Management-Budgetary control
(xviii) Cost Accounting
(xix) Developments in Accounting

GENERAL ENGLISH (10 Marks)
(i) Tenses
(ii) Rearranging of jumbled sentences.
(iii) Narration
(iv) Modals
(v) Articles
(vi) Comprehension with blanks to be filled in with
i. Phrases
ii. Pronouns
iii. Homonyms / homophones.
(vii) Clauses
(viii) Synonyms and antonyms
(ix) Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.
(x) Idioms and phrases.
(xi) Uses of Prepositions.
(xii) Active & Passive Voice

Statistics (10 Marks)

(i) Primary and secondary data.
(ii) Methods of collecting Primary and Secondary Data
(iii) Preparation of questionaires
(iv) Tabulation and compilation of Data
(v) Measures of central Tendency
(vi) Theory of Probability
(vii) Theory of Attributes- Basic concepts and their applications.
(viii) Theory of Index Numbers: Tests of Index numbers- Wholesale and
consumer price Index numbers.
(ix) Demography-Census, its features and functions.
(x) Vital Statistics- Measures of fertility, Crude fertility rates, specific fertility
rates, gross and net reproduction rates., Measures of Mortality

Mathematics (10 Marks)
(i) Simple / Compound interest.
(ii) Linear equations with two variables.
(iii) Permutations/ Combinations & Binomial Theorem.
(iv) Limits & Derivatives.
(v) Set Theory- Basic Concepts and Applications.
(vi) Relations and Functions
(vii) Matrices & Determinants
(viii) Probability
(ix) Coordinate & Three dimensional Geometry
(x) Vectors.

General Economics (10 Marks)
(i) Introduction of Economics- Basic concept and Principles.
(ii) Fiscal & Monetary Policy- Meaning, Scope and Methodology.
(iii) Theory of consumers demand using indifference curve technique.
(iv) Demand Analysis
(v) Factor Pricing –Marginal productivity Theory & Ricardian Theory of Rent
(vi) Pricing under various forms of Market.
(vii) Factors of production & Laws of Production.
(viii) Concept of Economic Growth and its measurement
(ix) Characteristics and problems of developing economy
(x) Planning vs Market Economy.
(xi) Economic Reforms in India
(xii) Concept & Measurement of National Income.
(xiii) Role of RBI

General Science (10 Marks)
(i) Newtons Laws of Motion, Mass, Weight, Acceleration, Velocity, Speed
etc
(ii) Electric Current, Power, Energy, Voltage.
(iii) Chemical Equation, types.
(iv) Metals, Non-metals- Physical & Chemical properties.
(v) Various sources of energy; Conventional sources of energy; Biomass
and wind energy. Non-conventional sources of energy (Solar
energy,Tidal energy).
(vi) Nutrition and its types, Respiration, Transportation of water, food and
minerals in plants.
(vii) Communicable & Non-Communicable Dieases.
(viii) Vitamins- Dieases related to vitamin deficiency.
(ix) Ecosystem – Its components, Food chains and Food webs.
(x) Environmental pollution. Ozone layer, its depletion, Green House Effect.

Knowledge of Computers (10 Marks)
(i) Basic Applications of Computer and its component.
(ii) Fundamentals of computer sciences.
(iii) Concept of Open Source Technologies.
(iv) Input & output Devices.
(i) Operating system
(ii) Knowledge of MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, MS Powerpoint, PDF
Internet and E-mail.
(iii) Concept of Computer Virus and Anti-Virus.
(iv) Hardware & Software, Elements of Computers Processing System
Hardware , CPU, Peripherals, Storage Media, Software Definition, Role
and Categories Firmware and Human-ware.
(v) Role of Information Technology in Governance.

The Syllabus can be downloaded from JKSSB’s official website.