GIT Online Model Papers

GIT Online Model Papers


Ministry Of Education

General Information Technology Examination
(For exams 2018 Onwards)

Above exam relevant to new syllabus, is scheduled to be held on January 2019. It is planned to be held online from 2018 at selected computer labs in schools, regional computer resource centers.

Conducting the exam

It is expect to held the exam in 16 stages with in eight days as two sessions per day, morning and evening. Applicants will be sent to his/her school computer lab or the nearest lab. In order to make students aware of the exam, three pilot tests will be held as follows,

1. First pilot test – within October 2018
2. Second Pilot test – last weeks of November 2018
3. Third Pilot test – within December 2018/ January 2019

Applicants will have to sit for 1st pilot test at his/her preferred center, 02nd & 03rd at selected centers. Zonal Directors of Education will direct the students those who do not have computer facilities to the nearest schools with such facilities.

Part II
Prototype Questions

To evaluate students achievement levels, essay tests and objective tests will
be used. At the same time to evaluate practical subjects, practical test methodologies will be used. In order to assure consistency of the evaluation procedure, main concern will be given to objective type tests.
When awarding marks for essay type questions, mark allocation will be
depend on markers personal views and ideas, and awarding marks become subjective.

But as there is only one correct answer in objective type questions awarding marks will totally be free from personal views. In a practical test, marks will be allocated to true talent of the applicant.

In the part II of this instructional manual, prototype questions are given
along with the structure of the paper and the marking scheme. Students will not be allowed to provide written answers. They should answer online.
This exam consists of two papers. 1st paper consists of 40 MCQ questions
of four choices. Paper II consists of seven practical questions.

Paper I & paper II should be answered online.

General Information Technology
Structure of the Question Paper

Paper I –

This paper consists of 40 multiple choice questions each with 4 options. All questions should be answered. Each question carries one mark and the total marks for paper is 40.

Paper II –

Consists of 7 questions. All questions should be answered. Those 7 questions will be prepared as to cover the following fields. Total marks is 60.

1. operating systems – Marks Allocation (6)
2. word processing – Marks Allocation (12)
3. spreadsheets – Marks Allocation (12)
4. database management – Marks Allocation (6)
5. presentations – Marks Allocation (6)
6. Internet – email – Marks Allocation (6)
7. web development techniques – Marks Allocation (6)

Total = 60

Time duration for both paper I and II is three hours

Calculation of the total mark :

Paper I = 40
Paper II = 60
Final mark = 100

Important : This exam will be conducted online.

Online Git Test

Online Test – 01 Login

Online Test – 02 Login

Online Test – 03 Login

GIT Competencies

Competency 1: Explores the computer and its potential to reap timely benefits

Competency level 1.1: Describes the computer system using a block diagram

Time: 2 periods

Learning outcomes:

  • Defines a system
  • Identifies computer as a system (IPO)
  • Recognizes computer as a component of a system
  • Lists and describes the hardware components of a computer
  • Distinguishes peripherals as input devices, output devices and input/output devices
  • List and briefly describes the types of software
  • Draws the block diagram of a computer and names its components
  • Briefly explains each component of a computer
  • Distinguishes data and information with examples
  • Names and briefly describes attributes of quality information


  • System concept
  • Introduction to computer
  • Components of a computer
  • Hardware
  • Input / Output devices
  • Memory devices
  • Storage devices (Optical, Magnetic, Semiconductor)
  • Processor
  • Software
  • System software (OS, Utilities)
  • Application software
  • Block diagram of a computer
  • Input
  • Processing unit (ALU, CU)
  • Output
  • Memory / Storage
  • Flow of data and control instructions among components
  • Data and information
  • Attributes of quality information

Concepts and terms to be highlighted:

  • Definition of a system
  • Definition of a digital computer as a system
  • Basic block diagram of a computer and Von Neumann Architecture
  • Focus on the computer hardware and computer software
  • Data and information
  • Stress that data and information are relative terms and they can be better identified with respect to a data processing system. Information in a certain sense could be data with respect to some other system

Guidance for lesson plans:

  • Discussion about a system
  • Discussion about a digital computer as a system
  • Introduce the computer basic block diagram as input, process and output
  • Comparison of the computer basic block diagram with the physical computer system
  • Discussion about the components of a computer system
  • Display and demonstrate the components of a computer
  • Introduction of Von Neumann Architecture with block diagram and its components
  • Discussion of data and information with suitable examples
  • Discussion of the attributes of quality information

Quality inputs:

  • Computers
  • Multimedia projector
  • Various sample Software CDs/DVDs

Guidance for assessments and evaluations:

  • Give an assignment to classify the components of a computer
  • Ask students to draw and name a block diagram of Von Neumann Architecture
  • Provide students with scenarios and let them find data and information related to it and ask them to justify the answers
  • Provide at least five attributes of quality information and ask students to give appropriate examples to them
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