Jagatsinghpur District Court Syllabus 2021 PDF | Exam Pattern

Jagatsinghpur District Court Syllabus 2021 PDF | Exam PatternJagatsinghpur District Court has going to conduct the Written Examination for the post of Junior Clerk-Copyist, Junior Typist, Stenographer Grade-III, for that they shall upload the Syllabus and Written Exam Pattern on the Official Site. Applied candidates who are searching and preparing for this Written Examination. This page will be useful to you, we have included the detailed Syllabus and Exam Pattern Here.

Candidates must know the topics that are asked under each section of Jagatsinghpur District Court exam 2021 during their preparation. We will now be looking at the subject-wise Jagatsinghpur District Court syllabus 2021 so that you can cover all the important topics that can be asked in the examination and ensure scoring maximum marks in it.

Jagatsinghpur District Court Syllabus 2021 PDF | Exam Pattern

Jagatsinghpur District Court Syllabus 2021 PDF | Exam Pattern

Organization Name Jagatsinghpur District Court
Post Name Junior Clerk-Copyist, Junior Typist, Stenographer Grade-III
Category Syllabus
Selection Process Written Exam, Shorthand & Typing Test, Computer Science Test (Practical), and Viva Voce Test
Job Location Jagatsinghpur, Odisha
Official Site districts.ecourts.gov.in/jagatsinghapur
Jagatsinghpur District Court Topics & Exam Pattern PDF Download Syllabus
Jagatsinghpur District Court Previous Question Papers Download Previous Papers

Selection Process :

Jr. Clerk-Cum-Copyist :

  • Written Exam
  • Computer Science Test (Practical)
  • Viva-Voce test

Jr. Typist/ Stenographer Gr-III :

  • Written Exam
  • Shorthand & Type test
  • Type writing test
  • Computer Science Test
  • Viva-voce test

Jagatsinghpur District Court Exam Pattern 2021

Junior Clerk/ Copyist Post

  • Candidates who qualified in the exam, they shall be called for the Computer Science (Practical) Test.
  • The time duration is 4 hours for PART-1.
Parts Name Of The Subjects Maximum Marks
Part-1 English 100
Arithmetics 100
General Knowledge 100
Part-2 Computer Science (Practical) 100
Part-3 Viva Voce 45

Junior Typist / Stenographer Grade-III Post

  • Part-1 time duration is 2 Hours.
  • Part-2 is for 25 minutes.
  • Part-3 time duration is 1 Hour.
  • Candidates who qualified in the exam, they shall be called for the Computer Science (Practical) Test.
Parts Name Of The Subjects Maximum Marks
Part-1 English (Qualifying in nature) 100
Part-2 Type Writing Test 50
Shorthand and type-writing test (Stenographer Grade-III) 50
Part-3 Computer Science (Practical) 100
Part-4 Viva Voce 35

Jagatsinghpur District Court Syllabus PDF Download

Those Candidates who are Interested to the following vacancy and completed all Eligibility Criteria can read the Notification & Apply Online. In this page we provide the Complete Syllabus of this Recruitment with Latest Update Exam Pattern and the Exam Date also.

For the post of Junior Clerk-cum-Copyist:-

English :

  • An essay to be written in English.
  • A letter or application to be written in English.
  • One Oriya passage to be translated into English.
  • One English Passage to be translated into Oriya.
  • Summary of one English Passage.

Arithmetic :

  • Vulgar fractions and decimals, H.C.F and L.C.M, Sim p le and Compound Interest, Simple and Compound practice, Percentage, Profits and Loss, Mixtures, Partnership, Average, Rates and taxes, Insurance, Square and cubic measures, problems on time and work and  on time and distance.

General Knowledge :

  • Knowledge of current events, and such other matters of everyday observations and experience as may be expected from an educated person.

Computer Science Test (Practical) 

  • To test the proficiency of the candidate relating to matters like text formatting of the paragraphs, insertion of table, skill to print and save, file transfer, website searching/browsing and downloading e-mail, use of pen drive, and other software etc. and programmes of accounting.

Viva-voce Test :

  • To test and assess the suitability of a candidate for the post with particular reference to the candidate’s alert ness, general outlook and potential qualities.

For the post of Junior Typist & Stenographer Grade-III:-

English (Qualifying in nature) :­

  • An essay to be written in English.
  • A letter or app lication to be written in English.
  • One Oriya passage to be translated into English.
  • One English Passage to be tra nslated into Oriya.
  • Summary of one Eng lish Passage.

Type-Writing Test:

  • For the post of Junior Typist, a candidate shall be given a writte n passage containing 400 words in English Language, which he / she shall reproduce in type script in 10 minutes.

Shorthand Type-Writing Test:

  • For the post of Stenogra pher Gr ade – III, a candidate shall be dictated a passage of 400 words in Eng lis h language in 5 minutes, which shall take in shorthand note sheet supplied to him/her and reproduce such shorthand test of 400 words in Type script in 10 minutes.

Computer Science Test (Practical):

  • To test the proficiency of the candidate relating to matte rs like text forma tting of the paragraphs, insertion of table, skill to print and save, file transfer, website searching/ browsing and downloading e-mail, use of pen drive, and other software etc. and programmes of accou nting.

Viva -voce Test:

  • To test and assess the suitability of a candidate for the post with particular reference to the candidate’s alertness, general outlook and potential qualities.

Exam Preparation Strategy

Preparing for it requires thorough planning and effective execution of the plan. Here are a few tips to gear up your preparation.

  • Know your syllabus and exam pattern thoroughly. This will help you prioritise your preparation according to the weightage and type of questions asked.
  • After getting familiar with the pattern and syllabus, you need to sketch out a timetable and schedule all the subjects that you may have to study according to your priority list. Make sure you allow time for your leisure activities and other commitments as well.
  • Take a lot of mock tests to get used to the examination environment and know where you stand in your preparation.
  • Answer Previous Year Papers to get a detailed insight into the questions asked. If you are lucky, some questions might also repeat.

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