Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board on Thursday, October 21 conducts the Computer Based Test for Assistant Teacher (Nursery) in 1st and 2nd shift. Along with the Nursery Teacher, the board also organized exams for Technical Assistant (Production) at designated centers. The exam has reportedly been held successfully at all exam centers. DSSSB has scheduled to conduct Nursery Teacher exams on 21, 23, and 24 October 2021. As the examination for shifts 1 is over, the analysis of the same is hereby shared.
Candidates who appear in the DSSSB Nursery Teacher (43/21) computer-based test for shift 1 or Technical Assistant (07/21), can go through the paper analysis shared with the help of the exam experts. The official answer key, however, will be released once the examination is over at dsssb.delhi.gov.in.
DSSSB is holding computer-based tests under 01/21, 02/21, and 05/20 advertisements. The exams are being held following the social distancing and other COVID-19 safety guidelines at all designated centers in Delhi-NCR.
DSSSB Nursery Teacher 21 October Shift 1 Analysis:
In Assistant Teacher (Nursery) examination, a total of 200 multiple-choice questions have to be attempted on the computer screen. The examination is divided into two sections- Section A and Section B. From section A, questions are asked from General Awareness, General Intelligence & Reasoning Ability, Arithmetical & Numerical Ability, Test of Language & Comprehension. Whereas, from Section B questions will be asked from the concerned subjects.
Ahead of the publication of the official answer key by the DSSSB, here is the paper analysis of Assistant Teacher (Nursery) October 21, 2021, held online examination as shared by exam experts.
Note- The analysis of 21 October CBT will go live in due course with the help of exam experts.
DSSSB Technical Assistant Shift 1 Analysis:
Based on the feedback and reviews, as many as 200 multiple choice type questions were asked in the Technical Assistant (Production) exam. All questions carry four options, of which one correct answer. There is a negative marking of 0.25 for every wrong answer. The overall level of the paper was difficult, however, some students deferred with the claim.
According to media reports, ahead of the examination, sanitization was carried out at all examination centers to avoid health risks for the candidates. Candidates were only allowed wearing face cover/masks inside the examination hall.