XIC OET 2018 PATTERN & SYLLABUS
NATIONAL LEVEL ONLINE TEST
XIC (Xavier Institute of Communications) Mumbai conducts the XIC OET i.e. Online Entrance Test to screen the candidates for admission into Post-graduate Diploma Courses. The exam is scheduled to be conducted in the month of March, 2018. Aspirants can apply for the exam by visiting the official website.
Candidates preparing for XIC OET must go through the complete details of the marking criteria and exam pattern from the information given below.
Important information regarding the examination is given below
|Exam name||XIC OET|
|Conducted by||Xavier Institute of Communications, Mumbai|
|Mode of exam||Online Mode|
|Sections||Objective and Subjective Both|
|Type of Questions||MCQs and subjective|
|Exam Duration||90 minutes|
|Medium of Exam||English|
The exam pattern for XIC OET 2018 is designed in a way that it comprises both objective and subjective sections. The applicants qualifying in the entrance exam will be required to appear and qualify in the next round of examinations which will include Personal Interview and Group Discussion
Part I: Objective Type Questions
Part II: Subjective Type Questions
Note: In subjective section, candidates need to write answers in proper English language. Any answer containing SMS language or short forms will not be evaluated.
All the important information related to exam is given below
The syllabus for XIC OET 2018 is divided into two parts.
For objective section candidates are evaluated on:
Subjective section comprises media-related questions that are meant to assess candidates’ writing skills, creativity, and social values.
Section wise Syllabus is given below:
|Logical and analytical skills||Series (number, figurative), Similarities and differences Analogy, Space visualization, Spatial orientation, Problem solving Analysis, Judgement, Decision making, Visual memory, Discrimination, Observation, Direction sense test, Blood relations, Arithmetical reasoning and figural classification, Arithmetic number series, Non-verbal series, Coding and Decoding, Statement conclusion, Syllogism, Semantic Analogy, Symbolic/Number Analogy, Figural Analogy, Ranking test, Semantic Classification, Symbolic/Number Classification.|
|Language skills||Questions on Fill in the Blanks, Idioms & Phrases, Jumbled sentences (ordering), One-word substitution, Synonyms, Antonyms, Spellings/Detecting, Mis-spelt words, Common errors, Sentence improvement, Passage, Cloze test.|
|General knowledge and media||Current affairs related to national and international issues of last 6 months.|
Overview of Indian Financial System History of Indian banking system.
Recent credit and monetary policies Introduction to National financial institutions like RBI, SEBI, IRDA, FSDC etc. and of International organizations like IMF, World Bank, ADB, UN etc.
Abbreviations and Economic terminologies
Books that the candidates need to refer for the exam plays crucial role as it helps to make the speed as well as concepts clear. Here is the list of books that the candidate must refer for best results. Here is the list of best books for preparation.
|General Knowledge||Arihant General knowledge||Arihant|
|Lucent General knowledge||Lucent|
|Language Skills||General English||R.S.Aggarwal|
|Essential English Grammar||Murhy|
|Reasoning||Verbal Non- Verbal Reasoning||R.S.Aggarwal|
Appearing candidates should follow the important instruction provided below
Note: Don’t forget to carry the admit card and id proof to the examination hall, without these documents you will not be allowed to sit in the exam
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College