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Ms-Office Practical Guides

In this section, we present the learning materials for your computer practical exam especially in Ms-Office. Most important, frequently asked Questions, Practical Guides, Practice Sets, and Tips & Tricks from Ms-word, Ms-excel, Ms-powerpoint, Ms-Access and HTML for the practical exam preparation of PSC Computer Operator and Data Entry Supervisor. Let's started to learn.


Ms-Word

Practical Guides

Ms-Word

Asked Papers

Ms-Word

Practice Sets

Ms-Word

Tips & Tricks


Ms-Excel

Practical Guides

Ms-Excel

Asked Papers

Ms-Excel

Practice Sets

Ms-Excel

Tips & Tricks


Ms-Powerpoint

Practical Guides

Ms-Powerpoint

Asked Papers

Ms-Powerpoint

Practice Sets

Ms-Powerpoint

Tips & Tricks


Ms-Access

Practical Guides

Ms-Access

Asked Papers

Ms-Access

Practice Sets

Ms-Access

Tips & Tricks


Multiple Choice Questions Sets

Here we presents the selected, Most important, frequently asked Multiple Choice Questions from Ms-word, Ms-excel, Ms-powerpoint, Ms-Access and HTML for the written exam preparation of PSC Computer Operator and Data Entry Supervisor. Let's Get started to learn.


Ms-Word

MCQ Sets

Ms-Excel

MCQ Sets

Ms-Powerpoint

MCQ Sets

Ms-Access

MCQ Sets


HTML

MCQ Sets

Operating System

MCQ Sets



Interviews Preparations

The most important part of preparing for an Interview is practice. Preparation is the key to a successfull interview so take a look at Preparations Questions and Tips & Tricks how to answer them. Let's Get started to learn.


Interview Questions

Asked Before

Tips & Tricks

Based on Experience



Question Papers

I knew its hard to find the right question papers in internet from one website. But it's good to say here i collects questions papers sets that are previously asked from psc exams. These questions will be helpful for the final preparation of your exam. Let's start to expand your knowledge.


Section Officer

Asked Before

Computer Officer

Asked Papers

Nayab Subba

Asked Papers

Computer Operator

Asked Papers


Kharidar

Asked Papers

Asst. C.O.

Asked Papers



Modal Practice Paper Sets

Here we have writes some sample practical paper sets for your exam. Try to solve these questions within time at home frequently. If you solve this within time you will cover almost every quetions in exam hall. These questions will be helpful for the final preparation of your exam. Let's start to practice.


Section Officer

Modal Sets

Computer Officer

Asked Papers

Nayab Subba

Modal Sets

Computer Operator

Modal Sets


Kharidar

Modal Sets

Asst. C.O.

Modal Sets



Tutorials & Courses

In this section, we presents the learning materials for your Public Service Commission exam, bank exam, Nea exam, institutional exan etc. This section contains chapters with solutions, cources, or any thing that helps for your written exam, practical exam & interview based on curriculam. Let's start to prepare for your exam.


Section Officer

Tutorials

Computer Officer

Tutorials

Nayab Subba

Tutorials

Computer Operator

Tutorials


Kharidar

Tutorials

Asst. C.O.

Tutorials



Blogging & Wordpress Tutorials, Courses

In this place, you will find blogging tips, new strategies, and will teach you how to be a bogger with just the most basic computer skills. Everything you need to know to start blogging-we'll show you how step by step for blogging and wordpress. Let's Get started to learn.


Wordpress

Tips

Blogging

Tips

Wordpress

New Strategies

Blogging

New Strategies


Blogging

Make Money

Wordpress

Make money

Blogging

Guide

Wordpress

Guide


Blogging

For Beginners

Wordpress

For Beginners

Blogging

Tutorials

Wordpress

Tutorials


Wordpress

How to start?

Blogging

How to start?

Blogging

Intermediate

Wordpress

Intermediate


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