The PSU exam can usually be split up into two parts: technical and non-technical.
The technological area focuses on the subject specialization of the
relevant discipline such as Computer Science & Engineering (CSE),
Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE), and Mechanical
While the non-technical section contains the subjects as General
Awareness, Reasoning and Aptitude, Current Affairs and English Reasoning
Applicants need to prepare for both the parts. Usually, 50 to 70 %
of the questions are from the technological area, while the rest are
from the non-technical section
Be aware with the complete syllabus. Understand the subjects
involved and then select the best and recommended study materials that
will cover the syllabus completely. You can obtained the study
materials either online or offline.
Allocate sufficient time to every subject of syllabus. You must
select all this in advance so as to keep away from any last minute
Refer to previous year question papers as much as possible. That
provides you an idea as as to what to anticipate. Solving the question
papers will also help you to understand your areas of strength and weak
At last do the revision of complete syllabus or essential part before the examination day.
Last but not the least, don't let anxiety get to you. Believe that
you can clear the PSU Exam by following a organized routine and putting
in the needed amount of effort and hard work.