Delhi District Court DDC Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Selection Process

Delhi District Court DDC Syllabus: Delhi District Court (DDC) has released official advertisement for the recruitment of Senior Personal Assistant, Personal Assistant,  Junior Judicial Assistant & Data Entry operator Post. Interested & eligible candidates can apply from 16th September 2019. In this post we are sharing Delhi District Court DDC Exam Pattern and Selection Process.

Important Dates

  • Application Begin : 16/09/2019
  • Last Date for Apply Online : 06/10/2019
  • Pay Exam Fee Last Date: 06/10/2019
  • Exam Date : Notified Soon
  • Admit Card Available : Notified Soon

Application Fee

  • General / OBC :
  • SC / ST / PH :
  • All Category Female :
  • Application fee details will be available soon.

Age Limit (Tentative)

  • Minimum Age : 18 Years.
  • Maximum Age : 27 Years.

Delhi District Court DDC Syllabus

Tier-1:- The Objective & Descriptive Test for the post of Sr. Personal Assistant & Personal Assistant shall contain Questions on General English & Comprehension, General Knowledge (Including Current Affairs) and General Intelligence which would be qualifying in nature. The merit will be prepared on the basis of Descriptive Type Test.

Tier-1:- The Objective Test for the post of Junior Judicial Assistant & Data Entry Operator shall contain Questions on General English & Comprehension, General Knowledge (Including Current Affairs) and General Intelligence.DDC Exam Pattern

NOTE–I: Each question will carry 01 (one) mark. There shall be 01 (one) mark for each correct answer. There shall be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.
NOTE-II: Paper will consist of Objective Type- Multiple choice questions only. The questions will be in English language only.
NOTE-III: Paper will be intended to test the General Aptitude/Suitability of the candidates keeping in view the job requirements.
NOTE-IV: There is no provision of re-evaluation/re-checking of Answer Sheets. No request in this regard shall be entertained.
NOTE- V: It will be online examination and, therefore, applicant is expected to know about the basic keys and input commands of keyboard and mouse.

Tier-II:-
1. Skill Test (Shorthand & Typing Test) for the posts of Sr. Personal Assistant & Personal Assistant

(i) For being qualified in the MCQ test, the candidates (General Category) will have to score minimum of 50% marks i.e. 45 Marks (50% of 90 Marks) and candidates (under reserved category) will have to score minimum 45 % marks i.e. 40.50 Marks (45% of 90 Marks). The MCQ test shall be only qualifying in nature and the marks scored therein shall not be added in the final merit list.

(ii) The descriptive test answer sheets of only such candidates will be checked who are found to have qualified in accordance with the criteria mentioned at point no. (i) above.

The marks scored in the descriptive test shall be added in the final merit list. For qualifying the descriptive test (General Category) candidates will have to score 50 % marks i.e. 37.50 Marks (50% of 75 Marks) and for candidates (under reserved category will have to score minimum of 45 % marks i.e. 33.75 Marks (45% of 75 Marks) subject to a upper limit of 25 times of the total vacancies available.

(iii) Candidate found qualified in the descriptive test in accordance with the criteria mentioned at point no. (ii) will be called for the skill tests for the post of Sr. Personal Assistant i.e. Shorthand test @ 110 w.p.m. and typing test @ 40w.p.m. and for the post of Personal Assistant Shorthand test @ 100 w.p.m. and typing test @ 40w.p.m. This skill tests (Short hand test & Typing test) shall be

however qualifying in nature and marks scored therein will not be added in the final merit list.

The passage of 550 words will be dictated in five (5) minutes’ duration for the post of Sr. Personal Assistant and a passage of 500 words will be dictated in five (5) minutes duration for the post of Personal Assistant. Candidates will get forty (40) minutes’ duration to transcribe the dictated passage on computers. No extra time will be given for reading the passage.

Total number of mistakes permissible would be 4% of the total words dictated, i.e., twenty two (22) for the post of Sr. Personal Assistant and twenty (20) for the post of Personal Assistant.

Each candidate will be given opportunity to appear in two shorthand dictation and transcription tests and best of the two will be considered and taken into consideration for short-listing the candidates for Interview.
2. Skill Test (Typing Test) for the posts of Junior Judicial Assistant & Data Entry Operator

The candidates who scored 50% marks for General Category i.e. 60 Marks (50% of 120 Marks) and 45% marks for Reserved Category candidates i.e. 54 Marks (45% of 120 Marks) in the Preliminary MCQ Test or 25 times of the total vacancies (which ever will be minimum numbers) will be called for the skill test i.e. typing test @ 40 w.p.m. This skill test will be of qualifying in nature.

Tier-III:- Descriptive Test for the posts of Junior Judicial Assistant & Data Entry Operator

The candidates who qualify the Skill Test will be called for a “Descriptive Test” of English language (Total 100 Marks). It would consist of Essay (300 words = 50 Marks), Grammar (30 Marks) and Translation (25 words = 20 Marks). Minimum passing marks for General Category candidates will be 50% (i.e., 50 Marks out of 100 Marks) and for Reserved Category candidates will be 45% (i.e., 45 Marks out of 100 Marks). Duration of the test will be of 120 Minutes.

The Descriptive test will be conducted for the posts of Sr. Personal Assistant, Personal Assistant, Junior Judicial Assistant, & Data Entry Operator.

However, District & Sessions Judge (HQ), Delhi reserves the right to modify or dispense with any stage of the selection process, if deemed appropriate especially in view of the number of applications received for any particular post and as may be permissible under Delhi District Court (Establishment) Rules, 2012.
Tier-IV:- Interview of 10 Marks (for Maximum of ten times of the total vacancies) will be conducted for the post of Sr. Personal Assistant & Personal Assistant. The minimum passing marks for General Category candidates will be 04 marks (40% of 10 marks) and for Reserved Category (including PWD) candidates will be 3.5 Marks (35% of 10 marks).

Whereas, Interview of 30 Marks (for Maximum of ten times of the total vacancies) will be conducted for the post of Junior Judicial Assistant The minimum passing marks for General Category candidates will be 12 marks (40% of 30 marks) and for Reserved Category (including PWD) candidates will be 10 Marks(round of) (35% of 30 marks).

Whereas, Interview of 35 Marks (for Maximum of ten times of the total vacancies) will be conducted for the post of Data Entry Operator The minimum passing marks for General Category candidates will be 14 marks (40% of 35 marks) and for Reserved Category (including PWD) candidates will be 12 Marks (round off) (35% of 35 marks).

Delhi District Court DDC Syllabus:

General AwarenessReasoningEnglish
Statis GK – Places, dams, airports, dances, national parks & sanctuaries, books, authors, culture, etc

History – Ancient, Medieval & Modern

Geography

Economics

Polity

Science

Current Affairs

History, Literature, Geography, Civics, Environment, Culture

Number Series

Puzzles

Figure Series

Analogy

Coding-Decoding

Direction Sense Test

Alphabetical Series

Odd man out

Syllogism

Word Formation

Blood Relation

Ranking and Time

Comprehension

Grammar

Spotting Errors

Antonym & Synonym

Fill in the Blanks

Phrases & Idioms

Jumbled Words

Idioms and Phrases

Cloze Tests

Descriptive (Essay Writing, Translation, English Grammar)

 

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