|Source||UPSC-Central Police Force (AC) Examination|
|Publisher||Union Public Service Commission|
|Language||English ♦ Hindi|
|Subject Domain (in DDC)||Language ♦ English & Old English ♦ English writing system & phonology|
|Subject Keyword||Essay ♦ Précis Writing ♦ Comprehension ♦ Soft-skills ♦ International Cooperation ♦ Pluralism ♦ Development ♦ Displacement ♦ Myth and Reality ♦ Contemporary Scene ♦ Social Action ♦ मृदु-कौशल ♦ अंतरास्ट्रीय सहजोग ♦ मिथक और बास्तबिकता ♦ बिकाश बनाम विस्थापन ♦ आचरण|
|Description||This is an Essay, Précis writing and Comprehension (Paper II) question paper for Central Police Force (AC) Exam held in the year of 2010. It consists of 3 subjective questions which is compulsory to attend all questions. Question number 1 is in both English and Hindi language but question number 2 and 3 is in English language only. Except question number 1, all other questions answer must be written in English only. This question paper carries a maximum of 150 marks and the duration of the examination is 2 hours.|
|Educational Role||Student ♦ Teacher|
|Age Range||18 to 22 years ♦ above 22 year|
|Educational Use||Classroom ♦ Reading ♦ Problem Solving|
|Education Level||Career/Technical Study|
|Learning Resource Type||Question Paper|
|Pedagogic Objective||To understand the question pattern of Central Police Force (AC) Examination|
|Size (in Bytes)||177.15 kB|
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