Written exam for Computer Operator of PSC is recently over and now it's time to improve typing speed and practice practical questions!
As you know we have 16 different model sets of practical questions composed following the PSC Syllabus for Computer Operator examination. You can download them as 3 different PDF files. Please visit Downloads menu to get the links of those files.
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Here in this post, I'm presenting the first set of HTML practical questions. You can use it as practice sheet. I will be creating video solution to demonstrate how to solve these questions after some time. Till then, you practice and make your solution ready so that you can compare that with my solution.
I started with HTML because of two reasons (1) the course scope for HTML is somewhat limited and you can prepare yourself for the exam pretty quicker (2) I noticed most of the training institutes focus more on Word, Excel and HTML is almost skipped leaving students uncompetitive on the topic. To fill in the gap, I believe, these practice sheets will be helpful even for a small amount.
PSC Computer Operator Exam Preparation 2017
HTML Practical Questions
Practical Questions Set 1
FM: 10 PM: 5 Time: 11 minutes
1. Create an HTML page titled “MCQ Sets HTML Practice” (1)
2. Place first level heading, centered and italic “PSC Examination” (1)
3. Place pscExam.jpg image (300px X 400px) below the heading (1)
4. Write following paragraph below the image. Care the formatting in given text (2)
Public Service Commission (PSC), Nepal established on 15 June 1951 A.D. is the main constitutional body involved in selecting meritorious candidates required by Government of Nepal for Civil Service Vacancy.
5. Insert a hyperlink to http://psc.gov.np on phrase Public Service Commission of above paragraph. (1)
6. Insert a 5px thick horizontal line below the paragraph that extends to 50% of the page width (2)
7. Place following lines as squared bulleted list below the paragraph. (2)
Central Office Located in Kathmandu
Regional Offices in 5 regions
Application forms collected through Post offices