Delhi High Court syllabus /Judicial Assistant / Restorer 2020

Delhi High Court Jr. Judicial Assistant Syllabus 2020 High Court of Delhi, Syllabus 2020 Delhi High Court Exam Pattern.

Delhi High Court syllabus /Judicial Assistant / Restorer

Delhi High Court syllabus

Eligible candidates will be required to appear for

1- Preliminary Examination (OMR based Objective Type)

2- Main (Descriptive) Examination,

3 – English Typing Test

4- Interview

Stage -I (Qualifying Stage)

The Preliminary Examination, having 120 Questions in total, would consist of the following three (3) parts:­

(I) English Language & Comprehension (45 Questions = 45 Marks)

{Questions will be designed to test candidate’s understanding of the Englis-h language –

Vocabulary; Synonyms; Antonyms; Comprehension Passage; Idioms & Phrases;

One Word Substitution; Gender; Degrees; Preposition; Articles;

Fill in the Blanks; Shuffling of Sentence Parts; Spot the Error; Active I Passive Voice; Conversion into Direct I Indirect Narration; etc.}

(II) General Awareness I Knowledge and Current Affairs I Events (45 Questions = 45 Marks)

and· {30 Questions will be related to Salient Features of the Constitution of India;

Indian Judiciary; Sports & Games; Art & Culture; Indian History, Polity & Geography; Everyday Science;

National I International Organizations I Institutions I A wards

; Famous Personalities; Important Days; Inventions & Discoveries; etc.; while 15 Questions will be related to Current Affairs I Events.}

(III) General Intelligence, Reasoning Ability & Numericall Arithmetic Ability (30 Questions = 30 Marks}

. {30 Questions of both verbal and non-verbal types will be on Analogies;

Similarities & Differences; Classification; Problem Solving I Decision Making;

Relationship Concepts; BODMAS; Percentage (including Profit & Loss, Discount, etc.);

Simple & Compound lnterest; Time, Speed & Distancel Time & Work; Ratio & Proportion, etc.}

There would be 25% negative marking (Le., deduction of 0.25 Mark for each wrong answer).

The following shall be qualifying criteria for the next stage of the Examination:

General Category : 60 Marks (50% of 120 Marks)

Reserved Category.: 54 Marks (45% of120 Marks)

Stage-II Main (Descriptive) Examination

Main (Descriptive) Examination of English language would consist of two parts:­

Part ‘A’ : Essay (250 words =40 Marks) & Letter (10 Marks);

FEW ESSAY TOPICS

Death penalties for perpetrators of crime against women. Is it justified?

Travelling: Helps in Generating Ideas and Experiential Learning

Free Metro Ride for Women: Step for Women Empowerment or a Political Gimmick

Travelling: Helps in Generating Ideas and Experiential Learning

Shortage of Open Spaces and Playgrounds Lead to Negative Tendencies in Children

Plastic Ban: Economy Vs Environment

Women Empowerment & Gender Justice

Swachh Bharat Mission: Success is still at Large

GD topic: Retirement Homes

Social Media: A boon or a bane for society and individuals

Beti Bachao Beti Padhao

Law should be an instrument of Social Change

Browsing at Workplace affects productivity

Social Activism is necessary for survival of democratic society

India needs a uniform civil code

Difficulties in implementation of Climate Change Summit Resolutions

Net Neutrality is essential to make India Digital

Smart City Project will give wings to growth

Gender bias in portraying Women in Advertisements

India needs a uniform civil code

Part ‘B’ : Grammar (30 Marks) & Translation (25 words =20 Marks),

Minimum passing marks for General Category candidates will be 50% (i.e., 50 Marks out of 100 Marks)

for Reserved Category candidates (including PwD & Ex-servicemen) will be 45% (Le., 45 Marks out of 100 Marks).

Only the successful car,didates of Stage – II, i.e., Main (Descriptive) Examination will be called for the next stage of the Examination, i.e .. Stage ­ III I English Typing Test.

Stage – III (Qualifying Stage)

Typing Test of ten (10) minutes’ duration will be conducted on computers to assess candidates’ minimum speed of 35 words per minute in English Typing on Computer.

All the successful I qualified candidates of Stage – III, i.e., English Typing Test will be called for the next stage of the Examination, Le., Stage – IV I Interview.

Stage- IV Delhi High Court syllabus

Minimum Passing Marks for General Category candidates w!ll be 12.5 Marks and for Reserved Category candidates (including PwD & Ex-servicemen) will _ be 11 Marks.

total marks – 25

The final select I merit list will be prepared by adding the marks secured by candidate(s) in Stage – II, i.e., Main (Descriptive) Examination and Stage – IV, i.e., Interview only;

while Stage – I, i.e., Preliminary Examination (OMR based Objective Type) and Stage – III, i.e., English Typing Test are qualifying in nature.

The medium of Ex_amination(s) shall be English language only.

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