Government Job:- High Court of Judicature At Hyderabad for Telangana & Andhra Pradesh has release notice for the recruitment of Civil Judges Cadre . Those Candidates who wants to occupy on this recruitment and are finished all qualification criteria can read the whole Notification and can Apply Online through govt portal .
|Post Name||Posts||Last Date||Qualify||Notice|
|Civil Judge||26||3-Nov-2018||Graduate(LAW)||Click Here|
|OC/ BC = 500/-|
|other than the
States = 500/-
|Official Website – http://hc.tap.nic.in|
1) Starting Date for submission online Aoolication :- 04.10.2018
2) Closing Date for Submission of online Aoolication:- 03.11.2018
3) Date and Time for conducting :- 18.11.2018 (SUNDAY)
4) Screening Test (computer based test FROM 2 P.M. TO 4 P.M.
5) Download of Hall Tickets. 8.11.2018 TO 18.11.2018
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION, MINIMUM MARKS AND SYLLABUS:-
a) For the purpose of short-listing the candidates, the High Court will
conduct Screening Test (Computer Based Test) for 100 marks
comprising of 100 multiple choice objective type Questions. The
duration of examination will be two(2) hours. The Venue and Time
will be mentioned in the Hall Ticket to be downloaded by the
applicant at appropriate point of time.
The candidates who secure 40% and above marks in the screening
test will be short listed in the ratio of 1: 10 of the available
vacancies, for calling for a written examination.
The marks obtained in the screening test shall not be added to the
marks obtained in the written examination and they shall not be
counted for determining final order of the merit of the candidates,
as the screening test is conducted for the purpose of short listing
b) Written Examination consisting of the following three (3) papers will
be held. (The object of written examination is to test the academic
knowledge of the candidates.)
I) Civil Law,
II) Criminal Law and
III) English Translation test for 30 marks and Essay Writing
test for 70 marks. (Translation has to be made from English
language to either Hindi or Telugu language only.)
Each paper shall carry 100 marks. The duration of each paper is
three (3) hours.