Many applicants appear for the Talati exam and try to pass it every year. Most of these applicants have not prepared well for the competition, which can lead them to lose the chance of getting in. There are some guidelines that an applicant has to follow to prepare well for this exam.
Many coaching classes and books guide students in preparing well for the Talati Exam on current affairs in Gujarati. One can refer to books, visit coaching centers, read newspapers daily, watch the news, or follow social media channels.
These are some guidelines:
1) One should read at least five newspapers daily to catch all the latest updates about the nation’s social, economic, and political developments.
2) One must read magazines like India Today, Ice Magic, Outlook Weekly, etc., which will help one get updated on current affairs in Gujarat-related topics and events.
What is the meaning of the GPSSB Talati Exam?
GPSSB is Village Panchayat Secretary Recruitment, and the Gujarat Panchayat Service Selection Board holds an examination to fill open positions in the state’s administration.
A Talati’s responsibilities include keeping track of the village’s crops and land and collecting taxes and irrigation fees.
The Talati exam consists of two parts: the technical and non-technical patterns. The technical portion consists of aptitude tests, theory, and paper-pencil tests. It is called Talati because this exam is purely based on technical skills required during working life.
Important Subjects for Current Affairs
1. General Awareness and General Knowledge: This section is an essential part of the exam because it covers every system present in the country.
It is essential to have current events around us for this section. Daily, we must note what is happening in our neighborhood, state, or country and update ourselves about the topics that will be helpful for the exam.
We cannot predict which question will be asked, but each answer becomes ready with this knowledge.
2. Gujarati Language and Grammar: Gujarati is the language in which questions are asked. And it is required that you know how to write answers in Gujarati with proper grammar. The subject is ancient, and most people do not learn Gujarati like in other states. So they find it difficult to understand the question paper.
3. Geography: This subject tests our knowledge about Indian cities, villages, rivers, mountains, districts, etc. Most of us have not updated ourselves about current events, but by reading local newspapers of our neighborhood, we can get information about Hindi cities and districts.
4. General Mathematics: This subject is related to daily life and notes. So it is also good to get some basic knowledge of mathematics like positive, negative, odd, and even.
5. Social Studies: The exam mainly contains questions from this section. It primarily focuses on political, economic, and social information, etc.
6. Government and Politics: This subject mainly deals with the financial expenditure in our country; for example, the salaries (salary, pension), etc. of all public officials are available in this section. Besides, it talks about our country’s political system, like federalism, democracy, dictatorships, etc.
All the above are good tips for preparing for the Talati exam, by which any applicant can quickly get success in the examination. You can study current affairs in Gujarati newspapers as well as in Gujarati magazines.
This will not only help you in preparing for the Talati exam but also help you to understand the problems of our country and its people.