Ordnance Factory Chargemen

The Indian Ordnance Factories organization – a family of 41 Ordnance Factories under the aegis of its corporate headquarters Ordnance Factory Board, Kolkata – possesses the unique distinction of over 200 years experience in defence production. We are engaged in production, testing, logistics, research, development and marketing of a comprehensive product range in the area of land, sea and air systems.

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Candidates going to participate in the OFB Recruitment examination for Group C/Chargeman/Labour posts must take a look here. With the help of the OFB Syllabus candidates can get full knowledge about the contents important from examination point of view.

Ordnance Factory is a governmental organization working under department of defence. It conducts recruitment exam for selecting eligible candidates for Technical and Non Technical Posts. Aspirants who have enrolled for Ordnance Factory Chargeman Recruitment can get idea about distribution of exam by going through exam pattern.

            Ordnance Factory Chargeman Syllabus comprises of subjects as General English Computer Application and General Engineering for Technical Posts, whereas questions on Numerical Aptitude, Reasoning and Basic English will be asked in the exam for Non-Technical Posts. Collect latest Ordnance Factory Syllabus 2018 along with exam pattern by scrolling down the page, well created by dedicated team members of recruitmentresult.com.

Ordnance Factory Group C Exam Pattern:



Number of Questions


Exam Duration

Part A

General Science



2 Hours

Quantitative Aptitude



Part B

Knowledge on Technical Trade (NCVT Syllabus of Relevant Trade)








 Ordnance Factory Exam is of Objective type consisting sections such as General Science, Quantitative Aptitude and Knowledge on Technical Trade (NCVT Syllabus of Relevant Trade).

 Paper is divided into two parts.

 Part A consists of General Science and Quantitative Aptitude topics with 10 marks each.

 Part B is of NCVT syllabus for Trade chosen and it comprise of 80 marks

 Time duration for exam is 2 hours

 So, entire question paper is of 100 marks.

 There is no provision of negative marking.

 Question Paper is set in both English as well as in Hindi Language.

 Have a glance on table below to know about distribution of marks.


Ordnance Factory Syllabus

Ordnance Factory Group C Syllabus

Ordnance Factory Group C Part A Syllabus

General Science:

§  Physics.

§  Chemistry

§  Life Science

§  General Awareness



Quantitative Aptitude:

§  Averages

§  Boats & Streams

§  Data Interpretation

§  Interest

§  Time & Work

§  Time & Distance

§  Percentages

§  Pipes & Cisterns

§  Profit and Loss

§  Simplification

§  Problems on Ages

Ordnance Factory Syllabus of Group C – Part B:

Technician Trade:

§  Mechanics Auto Electrical & Electronics.

§  Electronics Mechanic.

§  Mechanic Machine Tool Maintenance/ Millwright Maintenance Mechanic.

§  Foundryman/ Moulder.

§  Welder

§  Alternating current.

§  Current electricity.

§  Dual nature of radiation and matter.

§  Electromagnetic induction.

§  Electrostatic potential and capacitance.

§  Electromagnetic waves.

§  Laws of motion.

§  Thermal properties of matter.

§  Units and measurements.

§  Kinetic theory.

§  Physical world.

§  Mechanical properties of solids.

§  Ray optics and optical instruments.

§  Motion in a straight line.

§  Motion in a plane.

§  Work, energy, and power.

§  Wave optics.

§  Mechanical properties of fluids.

§  Systems of particles and rotational motion.

§  Electric charges and fields.

§  Moving charges and magnetism.

§  Magnetism and Matter.

§  Semiconductor electronics.

§  Communication systems.

§  The s – block elements.

§  P-block elements – group 14 (carbon family).

§  Organic chemistry-some basic principles and techniques and hydrocarbons.

§  Surface chemistry.

§  Chemical equilibrium and acids-bases.

§  Hydrogen and its Compounds.

§  Atomic structure.

§  D and f block elements & coordination compounds.

§  Classification of elements and periodicity in properties.

§  Environmental chemistry.

§  General principles of metallurgy.

§  Organic compounds containing c, h and o.

§  P- block elements group 13 (boron family).

§  P-block elements.

§  Chemical bonding and molecular structure.

§  Electrochemistry and chemical kinetics.

§  Organic compounds containing nitrogen.

§  Solid state.

§  States of matter: Gasses and liquids

§  Chemistry in everyday life

§  Stoichiometry


Basic English:

 Synonyms
 Antonyms
 Verb
 Sentence Error
 Sentence Correction
 Fill in the blanks
 Misspell word
 Subject-Verb Agreement
 Unseen Passages
 Fill in the Blanks Adverb
 Sentence Rearrangement
 One word Substitution
 Active & Passive Voice
 Preposition etc


 Analogies
 Similarities And Differences
 Spatial Visualization
 Spatial Orientation
 Problem Solving
 Analysis
 Matrix& Analogies
 Dice and Cubes
 Odd One Out
 Judgement
 Decision Making
 Visual Memory
 Discrimination
 Observation
 Venn Diagrams
 Relationship Concepts
 Arithmetic Reasoning
 Verbal And Figure Classification
 Arithmetical Number Series
 Non-Verbal Series
 Coding And Decoding
 Statement Conclusion
 Syllogistic Reasoning