MP CPCT Syllabus

MP CPCT Syllabus:- In this section, the candidates can check the detailed syllabus for the MP CPCT exam. You can also download the MP CPCT Syllabus PDF from the link given below.

We suggest to the candidates have to stick to the topics mentioned in the syllabus for preparation. All the questions asked in the exam are based on the topics that are given in the CPCT official syllabus.

We can mainly divide the MP CPCT Syllabus into five sections namely

  1. A) Computer Proficiency & IT Skills & Networking.

No.-1. The Primarily topics in this section are.

No.-2. Components of Computer System, Network Security, Concept of Hardware and Peripherals, Basics of Operating System, Word Processing Basics, Elements of Electronic Spread Sheet, MS-Office suite and related office automation tools/ programs, Basics of Computer Networks, Internet Access and Service on the Internet, Web Browsing Software & Search Engines, Basics of E-mail and using E-mails

  1. B) Reading Comprehension
  2. C) Quantitative Aptitude
  3. D) Mental Ability & Reasoning
  4. E) General Awareness

Now let’s go through the detailed topic including in each section mentioned above:

Section A: Computer Proficiency & IT Skills and Networking(49-55 Questions)

No.-1. The familiarity of Computer System (Hardware & Software)

No.-2. Generations and types of computers, Central Processing Unit (CPU) like an arithmetic logic unit, control unit, memory unit;

No.-3. Universal Serial Bus (USB), Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), Motherboard, Sound Card, Graphics Card, and related concepts;

No.-4. Input Devices such keyboard, mouse, light pen, touch screens, graphics tablets, joystick, Microphone, Optical Character Reader, MICR, Scanner, digital or web camera, card reader, barcode reader, biometric sensor;

No.-5. Output Devices such as Monitor or visual display unit, printer (impact or non-impact), speaker, plotter; and Secondary Storage Devices such as USB Pen Drives, floppy disks, Compact Disk (CD), Digital Video Disk (DVD), Blue-Ray Disk, Solid State Drive, etc.

No.-6. System Software, Application Software, Embedded Software, Proprietary Software, Open Source Software;

No.-7. Computer Languages such as Machine Level Language, Assembly Level Language, High-Level Language, Interpreter, Compiler;

No.-8. Operating Systems such as Windows and Linux etc;

No.-9. Concepts of Memory Units such as Bit, Byte, Megabyte, Gigabyte, Terabyte, etc.

Basic Computer Operations

No.-1. Awareness of generic steps required for setting up a computer, like booting and shutting down, determining an IP address, verifying physical connectivity to a network, installing, uninstalling and updating software packages, disabling applications from running on start-up, customizing desktop background, resizing windows, volume controls of computer, setting up a peripheral device, basic troubleshooting including power backups.

No.-2. Awareness of System Administration and Security concepts such as setting options and preferences in an Operating System; encryption of data; keeping personal data private and secure; creating strong passwords; changing passwords; checking a system for bugs, spyware or other malicious application through virus scanners;

No.-3. Awareness of concepts and processes related to file management functions such as copying files to a memory disk, undoing mistakes, using default help modules, connecting to the Internet and downloading and uploading files, setup, and printing of documents Compressing files; identifying and selecting suitable file formats and using them for transferring data

Proficiency in general IT skills

No.-1. Word processing skills such as creating a document, using spellcheck, creating tables, working with headers or footers, mail merge, document formatting, etc. and common word processing related keyboard commands or shortcuts;

No.-2. Numeric Skills to deal with numbers and digits, using formulas, references, macros, tables, graphs through spreadsheets, and common keyboard commands for spreadsheets. Presentation skills for sharing and understanding data in the form of charts, graphs, and data.

No.-3. Internet skills such as using search engines effectively to get the best desired result within a short time; uploading and downloading information from the Internet and usage of Internet applications such as web sites, browsers, blogs, and Internet services such as Email, video conferencing, Online Collaboration, etc.

Section B: Reading Comprehension (5 Questions)

No.-1. Ability to read and understand passages in English comprising questions regarding locating information, Identifying relationships.

No.-2. Interpreting ideas, moods, Characteristics of characters, Tone of passage and getting the central theme

Section C: Quantitative Aptitude(5-7 Questions)

No.-1. Number System (Fraction, Surds, Decimals & Number Series)

No.-2. Arithmetic (Percentages, Profit & Loss, Discount, Compound Interest, Annuities, Ratio & Proportions, Time, Work and Distances, Shapes, Area & Volume)

Section D: सामान्य मानसिक योग्यता और तर्क (5-7 प्रश्न)

No.-1. Data Interpretation, Reasoning Aptitude focusing on Verbal and Logical Reasoning focusing on deriving conclusions from logical premises or assess the validity of arguments based on the statement of facts.

Section E: General Awareness(5-7 Questions)

No.-1. Indian History & Indian Geography, Indian Economy, Indian Constitution, Science & Technology, Current Affairs.