KPSC SDA Answer Key 2021: 20 March Paper 1, 2, 3 Analysis, Asked Questions & Review

Karnataka Public Services Commission on March 20 conducts the Second Division Assistant (SDA) examination. The exam is held consisting of Kannada Language, General Knowledge, and General English/Kannada Language and the analysis of the exam is as below.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Mar 20, 2021 11:12 IST
KPSC SDA Answer Key 2021: 20 March Paper 1, 2, 3 Analysis, Asked Questions & Review
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Karnataka Public Services Commission on Saturday, March 20 organized the examination for the post of Second Division Assistant (SDA) for HK and RPC cadres. The examination carrying three papers is conducted successfully at the designated centers in Karnataka state. Candidates who appear for the 20 march held SDA/ Junior Assistant examination can check the availability of an official Answer key at official site-

KPSC would be releasing the Key Answers of the SDA examination on its website i.e Ahead of the display of the provisional answer key of 20 March held SDA exam, an analysis of the Second Division Assistant Paper 1, Paper 2 and Paper 3 exam is being shared. Students who appeared for the examination have a look at the responses and reviews shared by the experts.

KPSC was to conduct the FDA and SDA examination in January 2021 but, postponed the examination to February and March 2021 respectively due to paper leak. Following the revised schedule, on March 20, 2021 Commission organized the SDA exam with an aim to make recruitment against the posts of SDA in Hyderabad, Karnataka Local Cadre (HK).

KPSC SDA Paper Analysis:

The Second Division Assistant (SDA) examination on March 20 consisted of 3 papers with a separate time duration of one and a half hours for Paper 2 and 3. Here is the detailed analysis of the 20th March held SDA examination.

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KPSC SDA 20 March, Paper Analysis:

As per the reports, the Second Division Assistant/Junior Assistant examination consisted of Paper 1 (Descriptive), Paper 2 and 3 (Objective-type). Paper 1 is asked carrying descriptive type questions followed by two other papers Paper 2 & Paper 3 carrying objective type MCQs. The first paper was a compulsory paper for all applicants consisting of Kannada language paper, whereas, for the second paper candidates could choose their Language from Kannada & English languages.

  • Kannada Language- 150 Marks:
  • General Engish/ General Kannada- 100 Marks
  • General Knowledge- 100 Marks

Paper 2: Questions are being asked on General Knowledge, Constitution of India, Indian History, Indian Society & Culture, General Economics, Geography of India, Current affairs, Everyday Science and Sports.

Paper 3: General English/ Kannada: Questions were based on English / Kannada Grammar, it's vocabulary, spelling errors, Synonyms, Antonyms, Comprehension Passage English/ Kannada language, Correct-incorrect usage etc.

Note- Analysis will be available only after the examination is over. Candidates are asked to keep visiting the website for updates.

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