KVS Question Papers 2019 - The question papers of KVS 2019 will be released by Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan. Candidates appearing for the exam can download the previous years' question papers of KVS to start preparation. KVS sample question papers are available for both Papers I and II. Through KVS question papers candidates will get familiar with the types of questions asked in the entrance exam. Aspirants after going through all the topics in the KVS syllabus should solve at least one sample paper daily. Candidates will also get to know their weak areas by regular practice using KVS question papers. KVS will be conducted in offline mode for around 8000 vacancies for clerical cadre in multiple banks in the country.
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan will conduct KVS 2019 examination in September in two sessions. Paper-II will be held in the morning session from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm and Paper-I will be conducted in the evening session from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm. Both paper I and II will carry 150 marks each.
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The question papers of KVS 2019 will help the candidates in their preparation. Candidates must also be aware of the KVS exam pattern 2019 to understand the paper pattern better. The advantages of using KVS sample question papers are given below:
The previous year papers are the best resources to prepare for the KVS exam to know the difficulty level of the exam.
Regularly solving of KVS question paper 2019 will improve the accuracy and speed level of the students.
By solving the previous years KVS question papers, candidates will also get to know and their strengths & weaknesses and accordingly they can analyse their performance.
The KVS question papers will familiarize with the exam pattern which eventually increases the confidence.
Candidates must be thorough with the syllabus of KVS 2019 to know each of the topics from where the questions will be asked.
The exam pattern of KVS 2019 for the post of Principal and Vice Principal has been released by the examination authority. Candidates can check the marking scheme, marks distribution, the total number of questions and more from the table below:
Number of Questions
General EnglishGeneral Hindi
10 Questions10 Questions
10 Marks10 Marks
Part - II
General Knowledge & Current AffairsReasoning AbilityComputer Literacy
10 Questions10 Questions10 Questions
10 Marks10 Marks10 Marks
Part - III
Part - IV
Administration & Finance
Interview: 60 Marks
Note: The final merit list will be based on the performance of the candidates in the written Test and Interview. The weightage of Written Test and Interview will be 85:15.
Post Graduate Teachers - (Hindi, English, History, Geography, Economics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Commerce & Computer Science)
150 Objective type multiple choice questions
Section name (Nature of Questions)
Marks per item
No. of items
01 mark per question.
1.General Knowledge & Current Affairs 2.Reasoning Ability
(The syllabus for the subject concerned is available on KVS website)
Note: The final merit list will be based on the performance of the candidates in the Written Test and Interview. The weightage of Written Test and Interview will be 85:15.
(English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and Sanskrit)
3. Computer Literacy
01 mark per question
(Physical & Health Education, Art Education and Work Experience)
Childhood and development of children: Prospective in development, Physical –Motor Development, Social and Emotional development, Childhood.
Education and curriculum: Learning, Learner and Teaching, Knowledge and curriculum, Facilitating personal growth, application in teaching, Knowledge and Methods of enquiry, Learners and their context, Pedagogic practice and the process of Learning ICT in education.
Methodology: Understanding Language and Early Literacy, Mathematics Education for primary school child, Listening and Speaking, Reading, Writing, Language and Communication, Planning for Teaching, Classroom Management.
Diversity, Gender and Inclusive Education: Inclusive Education, Children with Special Needs, Gender, School and Society.
5. Subject concerned
(The syllabus for the subject concerned is available on
Note: The final merit list will be based on the performance of the candidates in Written Test, Performance Test and Interview. The weightage of Written Test, Performance Test and Interview will be 60:25:15.
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