CLT Exam Syllabus Computer Literacy Test Question Paper Pdf. The Karnataka Computer Literacy Test (CLT) examination for the Government Employees of the State is conducted every year. Candidates preparing for the examination should obviously look for the syllabus as a reference to prepare for the examination. The candidates who have to attend the examination need to cover various topics.
In this regard, the details provided through the CLT Exam Syllabus and the Previous Model Question Paper pdf will help a lot to the candidates attending the examination. The examinations are conducted in the months of September, October, November and December.
CLT Exam Syllabus 2023-2024
Under the Karnataka Computer Literacy Test Syllabus Topics which are needed to be covered majorly are
- Introduction to Computer
- Introduction to Windows and Windows Concept
- Word Processing in English: MS Word
- Spread Sheet: MS Excel
- Computer Communication and Internet
- Knowledge of Kannada Nudi Software
There are various topics to be covered in each of these major topics under the CLT Exam Syllabus. The details about the examination such as marks allotted to each topic are mentioned below.
Karnataka Computer Literacy Test Exam Details 2023-2024
|Organization Name||Government of Karnataka|
|Examination Name||Computer Literacy Test(CLT Exam)|
|Session of Exam||September to December|
|Exam Date||September, October, November and December|
|Hall Ticket Release Date||Available Now|
|Mode of Exam||Multiple Choice OMR examination|
CLT Exam Pattern 2023-2024
The CLT Examination Will be Conducted Online
Total number of Questions in the Examination are 80
Each Question Carries 01 Mark
|Topic Name||Maximum Marks|
|Computer Fundamentals and Windows||5 Marks|
|Word Processing- MS Word||20 Marks|
|Spreadsheet- MS Excel||20 Marks|
|Computer Communications, Internet and Email||20 Marks|
|Nudi Kannada Software Knowledge in Word Processing||10 Marks|
The Question Paper will be provided in English and Kannada Languages.
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