KVS Librarian Recruitment 2021: Notification, Application Form, Exam Pattern

Hello Candidates, as we all know that the KV Sangathan has released the KVS Librarian Recruitment 2021 for 8339 posts of teaching staffs to the posts of Principals, Vice-Principals, Post Graduate Teachers (PGTs), training Graduate Teachers (TGTs), Librarian, Primary Teacher (PRT) and Primary Teacher (Music).

The total No. of Vacancies invites for the post of Librarian is 50. All the interested aspirants can apply through online mode. In this article, we will discuss the KVS Recruitment process, eligibility criteria and the complete details about KVS Librarian Recruitment 2021.

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1. Highlights of Exam
2. KVS PGT Librarian Useful Resources
3. Important Dates
4. Exam Dates
5. Application Fee
6. Eligibility Criteria
7. KVS Librarian Exam Pattern
8. KVS 2021 Exam Centres
9. KVS Librarian Salary Offered
10. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Highlights of Exam

Before we go deep with the information let us first have a look at the Major Features of the KVS Recruitment 2021.

Name of ExaminationKVS Librarian
Conducting BodyKVS – Central Board of Secondary Education Delhi (CBSE)
Mode of ApplicationOnline & Offline
Official Websitewww.kvsangathan.nic.in
Mode of ExaminationOnline and Offline
No. of Seats AvailableApprox. 100

KVS PGT Librarian Exam Useful Resources

Candidates May Also Check these Important links related to KVS PGT 2021 Recruitment Notification.

Major NotificationClick Here
Eligibility CriteriaClick Here
SyllabusClick Here
BooksClick Here
Cut-OffClick Here
Q & AClick Here
Sample PaperClick Here
Job ProfileClick Here
Previous Year Paper Click Here
Admit CardClick Here
Exam PatternClick Here
Test SeriesClick Here

Important Dates

Candidates applying for the KVS Librarian Recruitment 2021 exam needs to check these important dates related to KVS Librarian. The given dates are Expected.

EventDates
KVS Librarian Application – Registration Started!To Be Updated Soon
Last date to apply onlineTo Be Updated Soon
KVS Librarian Admit CardTo Be Updated Soon
KVS Librarian Exam DateTo Be Updated Soon
KVS Librarian ResultTo Be Updated Soon

Exam Dates

According to the notification, the Online registration process will start from September 2021 and it will be closed in October 2021.

Date (Expected) Session Time Duration Post
November 2021 1st Session (Morning) 09.00am-11.30 am 2.30 Hrs. Primary Teacher
2nd Session (Afternoon) 12.30 pm – 03.00 pm. 2.30 Hrs. TGT(P & HE, AE, WE)
3rd Session (Evening) 04.00pm – 06.30 pm 2.30 Hrs. PRT(Music)
November 2021 1st Session (Morning) 09.00 am – 11.30 am 2.30 Hrs. PGT
2nd Session (Afternoon) 12.30 pm – 03.00pm 2.30 Hrs. TGT
3rd Session (Evening) 04.00 pm – 06.30 pm 2.30 Hrs. Librarian

Application Fee

Application Fee For the post of Librarian are as follow:

Categories Fee
TGT/PGT/PRT Post General / OBC 1000/-
SC / ST / PH 1000/-
Mode of Payment Candidates can make the payment through Debit Card, Credit Card, Net Banking, E-Challan
(Fee Exemption will be provided to the candidates belonging to SC/ST/PH and EX-Serviceman Categories as per Government Rules)

Note: Fee once paid will not be refunded under any circumstance.

Eligibility Criteria

The Details regarding essential and desirable qualification and the complete eligibility criteria for KVS PGT Librarian Recruitment post like Age Limit, Relaxation of Age, Mode of Selection and other related information are given below:

Education/QualificationEligibility criteria
Essential QualificationBachelor Degree in Librarian Science Or Graduate with a one-year diploma in Library Science from a recognized institution. Working Knowledge of Hindi and English
Desirable KnowledgeKnowledge of Computer Application.
Age LimitMaximum 35 years as of 31.08.2020. Age relaxation for SC./ST and other categories as applicable under the Govt. of India Rules.

KVS Librarian Exam Pattern

Here in this section, we provided all the necessary details regarding KVS PGT Librarian Exam Pattern. All questions will be asked in Type of MCQ Question paper will be in both languages English and Hindi.

Test Duration 150 Minutes
Total Questions 150 Objectives Type Multiple Choice questions
Total Marks 150 Marks
Section name (Nature of Questions) Marks per items No. of Items
Part-I:
1.General English 01 mark per question 10 questions
2. General Hindi 10 questions
Part-II
1. General Knowledge & Current Affairs 01 mark per question 10 questions
2. Reasoning ability 10 questions
3. Computer Literacy 10 questions
4. Subject Concerned 100 questions
(The Syllabus for Subject Concerned is Available on the KVS website) 
Interview: 60 marks
Note: The Final Merit List will be based on the Performance of the candidates in the written Test, Performance Test and interview. The weightage of the written Test, Performance Test and interview will be 85:15.

The Question Papers will be Objective type carrying 150 marks of 150 Minutes duration

Note:

  • There will be no Negative Marks for the wrong answer.
  • The difficulty level of the question paper may be kept as per requirement.

KVS 2021 Exam Centres

This Year the written Test for KVS Posts is likely to be held at following 36 cities. However, the number of cities will be increased and decreased depending on the volume of application and administrative Convenience. The centre for the written examinations for the post of principal and vice-principal will be at Delhi only.

S.No.Examination CentreS.No.Examination City
01AGRA19JODHPUR
02AHMEDABAD20KANPUR
03ALLAHABAD21KOLKATA
04BANGLORE22LUCKNOW
05BHOPAL23MADURAI
06BHUBNESHWAR24MANGALORE
07CHANDIGARH25MUMBAI
08CHENNAI26NAGPUR
09DEHRADUN27PATNA
10DELHI/NCR28PORT BLAIR
11GUWAHATI29RAIPUR
12GWALIOR30RANCHI
13HYDERABAD31SILCHAR
14IMPHAL32SILIGURI
15JABALPUR33THIRUVANANTHAPURAM
16JAIPUR34UDAIPUR
17JALANDHAR35VARANASI
18JAMMU36VIJAYAWADA

KVS Librarian Salary Offered

Below is the Current Pay Scale and Salary Structure of KVS PGTs.

Detailed Salary Structure
Basic Salary 44900
HRA (Currently 24% of Basic) 10776
DA (Currently 7% of Basic) 3143
TA (3600 + DA on TA) 3852
Total Salary 62671
Deduction Details
NPS (National Pension Scheme) 4804
Income Tax 1500 (Approximately)
DHS / CGHS 650
CGEIS 20
Total Deduction 6974
Net Salary (In Hand) 55697 
Total NPS Contribution (For Pension) 9608

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q. How can I become a KVS librarian?

Ans. Eligibility Criteria
1. Bachelor Degree in Librarian Science Or Graduate with a one-year diploma in Library Science from a recognized institution.
2. Working Knowledge of Hindi and English.

Q. Is KVS recruitment every year?

Ans. Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan(KVSrecruitment is conducted almost every year to recruit teaching and non-teaching positions.

Q. What is the eligibility criteria for KVS?

Ans. (a) Four years integrated degree course of Regional College of Education of NCERT in the concerned subject with at least 50% marks in aggregate. Bachelor’s Degree with at least 50% marks in the concerned subject/combination of subject and in aggregate. b) B. Ed or equivalent degree from a recognized University.

Q. Can B Ed appearing apply for KVS?

Ans.  BEd students can apply for the PRT posts only if he/she has scored at least 50% marks in Graduation and has also qualified the CTET Paper-1.

Q. Who can fill KVS form?

Ans. As per KVS admission guidelines, the minimum age for admission to Std 1 is 5 years and the maximum admissible age is 7 years as on 1 April, 2021, with a 2 year relaxation in upper age limit of “Differently Abled” applicants.

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9 thoughts on “KVS Librarian Recruitment 2021: Notification, Application Form, Exam Pattern”

  1. Hello mam i already completed of bachelor degree of library science and information last year can you tell me how can i prepare myself to crack the library exam.

    Reply
    • 1. You can read and refer multiple books on same topic.

      2. You can practice & solve more questions, MCQ’s

      3. You can have spare time to relax.

      The answer to your question is in 1, 2 and 3 above.

      Self study can make you exploratory – can help in tough exams that tend to test depth of knowledge; it can also help you develop an attitude of self-made – this is a good side effect, results simply doesn’t matter!

      Reply

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