Sunday, October 28, 2012

Syllabus | Odisha APP | Odisha Assistant Public Prosecutors Exam

Odisha Assistant Public Prosecutors (Odisha APP) Examination

Plan of Examination

Direct recruitment to the cadre of Assistant Public Prosecutors shall be made by the Odisha Public Service Commission Commission through a competitive examination which shall consist of two parts; written examination and viva voce test in the manner provided in the Rules and in accordance with the syllabus as specified below:-

Syllabus of the Examination

The written examination for the post of Assistant Public Prosecutors in Group-‘B’ Service shall be on the following subjects. Each paper shall be with a duration of two and half hours.

Written Examination

Paper-I – General English

(a) Translation from English to Oriya of a passage consisting of -- 50 marks two hundred words and Translation from Oriya to English of a passage consisting of two hundred words.

(b) An Essay of about 1,500 words -- 50 marks

(c) Précis writing consisting of 250 words -- 25 marks

(d) Comprehension (Passage of about 500 words with 5 questions) -- 25 marks

Paper-II – Procedural Laws

(a) Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 -- 50 marks

(b) Indian Evidence Act -- 50 marks

(c) Drafting of Petition, pleading argument -- 50 marks

Paper-III – Criminal Laws

(a) Indian Penal Code, 1860 -- 100 marks

(b) Probation of Offenders Act, 1958 -- 10 marks

(c) Bihar and Orissa Excise Act Chapter-VIII, Secs. 79, 84, 88 of Chapter-IX -- 20 marks

(d) Orissa Forest Act -- 10 marks

(e) Arms Act -- 10 marks

(f) Cattle Tress Pass Act -- 10 marks

(g) P.F.A. Act -- 10 marks

(h) Orissa Police Act -- 10 marks

(i) M.V. Act -- 10 marks

(j) Indian Explosive Act and Explositive Substance Act -- 10 marks

Paper-IV – Miscellaneous Laws

(a) Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 -- 50 marks

(b) Indian Limitation Act, 1963 -- 20 marks

(c) Specific Relief Act, 1963 -- 20 marks

(d) Hindu Laws and Mohammedan Law -- 20 marks

(e) Law of Torts -- 20 marks

(f) Indian Contract Act -- 20 marks

(g) Transfer of Property Act -- 20 marks

(h) Interpretation of Statutes -- 30 marks

Total -- 700 marks

Note: A candidate shall answer the papers in English except for Translation into Oriya. The standard of General English shall be of Degree Course and that of other papers shall be of LL.B. Course under University Examination.

The qualifying mark in the written examination shall be 45% for calling candidates to the Viva Voce test. In case of S.C. and S.T. candidates the qualifying marks shall be 40% of the written examination.

Viva-Voce Test

There shall be 75 marks for viva voce test. A candidate failing to secure 30% marks in the viva voce test will be made unsuitable.

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