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Exam Highlights
  • Exam Name
    JKSSB Wildlife Guard
  • Exam Duration
    2 hours
  • Official Website
  • Total Marks
  • Marking Scheme
    -0.25 for every incorrect answer
Exam Dates
  • Official Notification
    to be announced
  • Start of Registration Process
    to be announced
Eligibilty Criteria

To apply online for this Wild Life Guard Posts, you must have a matriculation and a 10+2 qualification.

Age restrictions: As of January 1, 2022, the upper age limit for OM candidates is 40 years. For ex-servicemen, the age limit is 48 years, and for others, the age limit is 43 years.

Exam Pattern

The exam will only include Objective Type, Multiple Choice Questions. The questions will be only in English. (II) For each incorrect answer, 0.25 points will be deducted.

Section Subject Topics
Section I English
  • Unseen Passage
  • Phrases
  • Pronouns
  • Homonyms/ homophones
  • Tenses
  • Clauses
  • Punctuation
  • Articles
  • Basic understanding of the English Language
  • Essay and letter writing
Section II Mathematics Algebra

  • Algebraic conditions for several solutions
  • Simple situational problems may be included
  • Simple problems.

Polynomials and Quadratic equation

  • Zeroes of a Polynomial
  • Relationship between Zeroes and coefficients of a polynomial with particular reference to quadratic polynomials
  • Statement and simple problems on division algorithm for polynomials with real coefficients.
  • Standard form of Quadratic equation ax2+bx+c=o
  • Problems related to day-to-day activities to be incorporated


  • Trigonometric ratios of an acute angle of a right-angled triangle
  • Relationship between the ratios
  • Trigonometric indentities
  • Applications of the identity Sin2A+Cos2A=1
  • Trigonometric ratios of complementary angles
  • Simple and believable problems on heights and distances
  • The angle of elevation/depression should be only 30, 45, 60.
  • Problems on finding surface areas and volumes of a combination of any two of the following cubes, cuboids, spheres, hemispheres and right circular cylinders/cones.
  • Frustum of a cone.
  • Problems involving converting one type of metallic solid into another and other mixed problems.


  • Repeated experiments and observed frequency approach to probability
  • The focus is on empirical probability. The classical definition of probability
  • Simple problems on single even, not using set notation.
Section III Physics Light-Reflection and Refraction

  • Reflection of light - spherical mirrors; Image formation; uses of spherical mirrors. Sign, conventions for spherical mirrors.
  • Refraction of light, refraction through a glass, refractive indICes, conditions for no refraction.
  • Human eye; the power of accommodation; defects of vision and their correction. Glass prism (refraction and dispersion).
  • Atmospheric refraction-twinkling of stars and colour of the sun at sunrise and sunset.


  • Concept of electric charge. Electric current; Ohm’s Law, resistance and its dependence. Current heating effect-Electric power and energy

Source of Energy

  • sources of energy; Conventional sources of energy
  • improvement in technology for using a conventional source of energy (Biomass and wind energy).
  • Non-conventional sources of energy
Section IV Chemistry Chemical Reactions and Equation

  • Chemical equation, writing of chemical equation; Decomposition reactions
  • Displacement reactions
  • Double displacement reactions
  • Oxidation and reduction. The consequences of oxidation and reduction reactions in everyday life, namely corrosion, and rancidity.

Carbon and its Compounds

  • Versatile nature of carbon;
  • Saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons; chains; branches and rings; homologous series and their characteristics.
  • Chemical properties of carbon compounds viz. combustion; oxidation; addition and substitution reactions.
  • o Vital carbon compounds such as ethane and ethanoic acid. Properties of Ethanoic acid. Soaps and Detergents.

Metals and Non-Metals

  • Physical properties of metals and non-metals.
  • Chemical properties of metals like the action of water, air, acids, and salts.
  • Cause of reactivity of metals and non-metals. Properties of Ionic compounds.
  • Corrosion of metals and its prevention.
  • The idea about acids and bases; Chemical properties of acids and bases viz.
  • The action of metals, metal carbonates, metal hydrogen carbonates (only in case of acids), metallic acids; non-metallic acids and bases. Acid and base solution strength; pH and its significance The concept of salt stakeholders, their family, and pH. Chemicals from common salts like Sodium hydroxide, Baking soda and Washing soda; Hydrated salts, plaster of Paris.
Section v Biology Life Processes

  • What are life processes?
  • Nutrition-Autotrophic Nutrition. Heterotrophic Nutrition. How do animals obtain their nutrition?
  • Nutrition in Human beings. Respiration.
  • Transportation: Transportation in plants.

Control and Co-Ordination

  • o Animals- Nervous System, What is Reflex Action? Human Brain
  • How does Nervous tissue cause action? Hormones in Animals
  • The importance of variation. Modes of reproduction are used by unicellular organisms. Fission, fragmentation, regeneration, vegetative reproduction, budding, and spore formation are all processes that occur in plants.
  • Reproduction: Why the sexual mode of reproduction? Reproduction in Human Beings. Male Reproductive System, Female Reproductive System.
  • What happens when the egg is not fertilized? Reproductive Health.

Heredity and Genetics

  • Accumulation of variation reproduction, Heredity: Inherited traits,
  • Rules for the inheritance of traits, Mendel’s contribution. How do these traits get expressed?
  • Sex determination. Acquired and inherited traits.Speciation. relationships, fossils, and evolution by stages.

Our Environment

  • Environment and Ecosystem- What are its components? Food chains and webs.
  • How do our activities affect the environment? The ozone layer and how it is depleting. Managing the garbage we produce.

Management of Natural Resources

  • Why do we need to Manage our Resources? Forests and Wildlife, Stakeholders, Sustainable Management, Dama, Water harvesting.
  • Coal and Petroleum. An overview of Natural Resources Management.

JKSSB Wild Life Guard Physical Fitness Test 2022

For a physical fitness test, candidates must complete a walking task. The specifics are provided below. They must also provide a fitness certificate issued by the Chief Medical Officer.

Category Distance to be walked Duration
Male Candidates 25 km 4 hours
Female Candidates 16 km

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