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Maharashtra Rajya Pariksha Parishad Pune 2017
05-16-2012, 08:57 PM (This post was last modified: 01-28-2017 11:51 AM by top colleges.)
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Maharashtra Rajya Pariksha Parishad Pune 2017
Maharashtra Rajya Pariksha Parishad Pune 2017 .


Studying the topic :
i) The selection should research the curriculum and understand the opportunity of each topic.
ii) He should research the guides recommended for each topic thoroughly. Study should be compounded with
reference guides also. Brief notices should be ready to help in relaxing the storage just before the
iii) First, one publication which protects the topic should be chosen. It should be analyzed intensively until the
fundamentals are understood. Using appropriate descriptions, come up with and language get additional weightage in the published response. Hence, these should be effectively recognized and recalled for extempore use.
iv) Moreover, the selection should expand his knowing on newest improvements in relevant area by studying
newspaper, expert newspapers, various legislation and by joining if possible, workshops, classes,workshops, etc..
v) The selection should research past concern documents and psychologically check, if he can response them. This will help him in knowing how he will be examined, particularly, in protection, level of abilities and knowing in
communicating in an instant.
vi) The research content normally contains two parts-theory
and Realistic issues i.e.,application of concept in
specific situations. Realistic issues should be understood
properly with illustrations to expert the art of applying
theory even in completely different trouble spots.

Practice :
i) To determine understand of the topic, it is important that the selection methods in composing whatever has been
ii) A typical selection is normally predicted to create about 2500 terms in just three hours. Unless he has used effectively, it will be difficult to create this much perfectly to complete the evaluation. It is,
therefore, recommended that the selection should exercise to create at least 3,000 terms and to fix at least 2-3 practical issues weekly. For this objective, the selection should get ready his own alternatives to various concerns, and evaluate the recommended alternatives with his own alternatives.
iii) He should see how many factors of likeness and variations are there between the two.
iv) It is individual instinct to be easily tired by composing out long remedy. It is, therefore, recommended to
attempt full published remedy to a few concern, to be able to obtain experience and information about the
task of generating alternatives within the time permitted in the evaluation itself. It will also help in.

a) Writing quicker.
b) Writing legibly;
c) Developing better sentences;
d) Planning ideas cogently; and
e) Interacting to the examiner understand and knowing of the topic.
f) This is similarly real of bookkeeping, cost bookkeeping and statistical issues.
g) For other concerns, an response strategy should be ready. Answer strategy is a list of factors that will be
used in the situatation usually, in the transaction in which it will be published.
h) While planning the response strategy, in the starting, referrals guides, notices or research components may be used! Progressively, as better understand of the topic is designed, use of such components should be stopped.

Challenging subjects :
Occassionally, an applicant may find a subject difficult, Actually, no subject or subject is.
It only indicates that the selection is not acquainted with it. More exercise would make the subject easy.It is,
therefore, recommended to
i) Change the subjects often;
ii) Comprehend the inter-relation between subjects and even between subjects in the same subject; (This is very important in lawful matters).
iii) Be frequent in research and in practice; six time per weeks time for 20 several weeks is definitely more effective than
eighteen time a day for four several weeks.
iv) Imitate evaluation circumstances by composing solutions at the rate of 1.5 moments per level - no less. Otherwise,
answers are not being published in evaluation circumstances.


A. Reading the Question paper :
First of all, please read the question paper quickly, and-
i) Select the questions that you will answer;
ii) Decide the order in which the answers are to be attempted; and
iii) Plan, how you will answer the questions.

B. Selecting the Questions :
You are the best judge, while selecting the question or its part, underline key words in the questions and understand
them well.

C. Order for Answering Questions :
i) Please remember that a serious attempt at one question is more valuable than casual attempt at
ii) First answer the questions in which you are more confident to answer correctly. It will reveal your best to the examiner. This will also allow you more time to answer difficult questions.
iii) Generally, compulsory question is better attempted last; unless you are confident to answer it properly.
iv) Mathematical questions should be decided as per your strength; if there is slight mistake - it may make you nervous. On the otherhand, correct answer to such question gets more marks compared to theoretical and general questions.

D. Answering a Question :
i) First of all, note main points on a separate paper to help in covering all aspects of the answer.
ii) Answers should be concise but comprehensive without unnecessary examples or explanations`.
iii) Question should not be repeated ! Instead, give correct reference number to question and its part with a small title like - "Different Budgeting methods" or "Materiality test", etc.
iv) Divide the answers in paragraphs with sub-titles to each paragraph, if possible.
v) Do not use abbreviations - give full names.
vi) Time is of essence in the examination. Therefore, plan a time budget for each answer in proportion to marks
vii) Wherever necessary, use charts, linear diagrams, formats or examples from real life to emphasise your
view points. A diagram can present your views immediately as compared to many written words.
viii) Explain your assumptions by way of foot notes while solving practical problems, if necessary.
ix) While solving problems or practical questions, give the principle or formulate first and than proceed to solve
it. This will help the examiner in assesing your answer instantly.
x) Normally, answers are expected on the basis of position prevailing a few months before the examination. However, you should add latest developments in your answer by way of 'underlined' notes to demonstrate your professional skills,
xi) If necessary, give a conclusion, recommendation, observation or personal comment in the end with a proper heading.
xii) If you have completed all your answers before the closing time, don't leave the hall but use the remaining time in revising and improving your answers and to ensure that all main points have been covered.

E. Introducing your response :
The examiner has to study many response documents. please help him to help you by -
a) Composing clearly in excellent, quickly legible handwriting;
b) Making enough room on all the edges of the response piece for producing his observations;
c) Finally, interacting in easy terminology while using appropriate terminology.

F. Responding to Issues on Reviews :
Many topics need applicants to provide a review on some subject. The following factors should be protected in your review

i) Provide review a going to protect the primary factor of the report;
ii) The review should discuss -
a) For whom the review has been ready, e.g. The Handling Manager of the Company;
b) By whom it is being presented, e.g. The chartered Accountant;
iii) Provide time frame of the review with referrals variety,if any;
iv) Report should be clearly arranged with a excellent structure by such as, interalia:

a) Conditions of referrals or objective of the report;
b) The released regarded with sub-heading;
c) Process or technique used in analyzing details and individuals whose co-operation was solicited in planning the report;
d) Results, findings and suggestions. :
v) When the review contains large details or other details, these should be appended as annexures but
a excellent conclusion and essential info should be included in the primary review itself.
vi) In the evaluation, a review should record the annexures and all annexures need not be published as otherwise the
answer will be a lengthy time and time intensive.

Some of the top instructions words with their significance are as under :
Advise/recommed Existing information, opining or recommnda- recommend tions to someone to allow that receipient to
take action. Increase Increase or expand upon the significance of a declaration. Analyze Determine and explain the component areas of Appraise/assess Determine the significance or value of assess Explain Explain more clearly the significance of
Compare (with) Explain resemblances and variations between Comparison Place in resistance to bring out differene(s)
Criticise Existing the mistakes in a concept or plan or viewpoint Illustrate Show by thinking the fact of
Describe Existing information and features Criticise of Talk about Explain the opposition justifications
Explain/interpret Set out in information the significance of Show you Use an example - data, plans, information
Explain/interpret or determine as appropriate to explain something Rationalize State sufficient argument for Itemwise List

A expert is predicted to assist his/her customers in trouble or in challenging circumstances. The selection showing at the
professional evaluation should have assurance to face even a 'DIFFICULT' evaluation. Hence, never anxiety or be anxious at the lounge. Quietness helps in negative conditions to hold over the problem strongly.
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