ADRE Exam Pattern Change – FIND ASSAM JOB

In a significant move, the Assam government has announced changes in the exam pattern for the Assam Direct Recruitment Exam (ADRE) 2024, known as ADRE 2.0 for both Grade III and Grade IV posts. Here is a detailed description of the changes:

ADRE Previous Year Pattern

The previous ADRE exam consisted of a written exam followed by a skill test and document verification. The exam consisted of MCQs which mainly focused on General Knowledge, English, Logical Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude, Mathematics, Mental Ability and Logical Reasoning.

ADRE New Exam Pattern

According to Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma, there will be changes in the exam pattern of ADRE 2024 exam on 8th July 2024 through Facebook live coverage.

The new ADRE exam pattern includes several stages to ensure a comprehensive recruitment process of the candidates. These stages generally include:-

  1. preliminary examination
  2. Main Exam
  3. Viva/Interview
  1. ADRE Preliminary Exam: The preliminary stage will now consist of Preliminary Examination, Screening Test/Written Test to shortlist candidates for Main Examination.
    – It is not confirmed yet whether ADRE prelims will be CBT or pen paper.
    – ADRE preliminary questions will be of MCQ type.
  2. ADRE Main: Candidates who clear the preliminary stage will proceed to the main exam. A more detailed assessment will be conducted focusing on core subjects related to the post.
  3. Viva-voce/ Interview/ Skill TestDepending on the job profile, there may be a skill test or interview as the final stage.

As the Assam government has decided to conduct the preliminary exam for ADRE as the first round of the recruitment process. Now many candidates are questioning where will be the MCQ or details in the ADRE Prelims Exam 2024.

Comments About ADRE Exam Pattern Change

Many students are not happy with the sudden change in the exam pattern of the upcoming ADRE 2024 exam. Many of them have expressed their anger and disappointment through social media. Here are some such examples.

  1. Nabajit Nath compares the new ADRE pattern change to the existing APSC exam “Even Grade-II posts Examination The exams conducted by APSC do not have a main exam, on the basis of which they decide to include pre, main and viva in the grade-III exam. Totally unfair”.

2. Pallab Roy commented, “The selection criteria was mentioned in the official advertisement, and we have been preparing for a year based on the previous pattern. Changing it 2 months before the exam is unfair and unacceptable #ADRE”

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