Madras High Court PA Syllabus 2021

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Madras High Court Personal Assistant (PA) Selection Process:

The Selection Procedure of the Exam will be as follows:

  1. Common Written Examination (Objective Type & Descriptive Type)
  2. Skill Test & Oral Test

 

EXAMINATION CENTRES:

(a) Written Examination, Skill Test and Oral Test will be conducted at Chennai and / or any other place as may be decided by the Judicial Recruitment Cell, High Court, Madras. Request for change of venue will not be entertained under any circumstances.

(b) No TA/DA will be paid to the candidates to appear for the Common Written Examination / Skill Test / Oral Test.

 

COMMON WRITTEN EXAMINATION:

(Maximum Marks: 100 – Duration: 120 Minutes) (Minimum Qualifying Marks: 35)

A common written examination in English will be conducted for all the posts – Both in Objective Type (for 25 marks) and in Descriptive Type (for 75 marks). No negative marks.

Syllabus: (Degree Standard)

(i) Grammar

(ii) Word, Phrases, Synonyms, Antonyms

(iii) Essay Writing on general topics

(iv) Precise writing

(v) Letter writing

(vi) Elaboration

(vii) Make your own sentence

Note:

(i) The marks obtained in the common written examination will be only qualifying in nature and the same will not be counted for determining the final order of selection of the candidates
(ii) All the candidates qualified in the Common Written Examination will be called for Skill Test for the post applied for
(iii) Any representation from candidates for changing the dates of examination / selection process, change of examination centre, for relaxation of conditions mentioned in the advertisement or exam related direction or guidelines or minimum marks or qualification / requirement etc. or for revaluation / re-totalling will not be entertained, under any circumstances.

 

 

SKILL TEST IN ENGLISH SHORTHAND – FOR ALL THE POSTS::

a. ENGLISH SHORTHAND TEST

(Maximum Marks: 100 (Minimum qualifying marks: 38.5):

Method of Skill Test Marks (Total: 100 marks)
Taking down dictation of a passage in English for 7 minutes @ 120 wpm. (Transcription time 45 minutes by typing in the computers and submitting the printout of the same). 90 Marks (for Transcription) (Minimum pass mark: 35)

+

10 Marks (for shorthand outline) (Minimum pass mark: 3.5)

  METHOD OF EVALUATION OF TRANSCRIBED PAPERS IN THE ENGLISH SHORTHAND TEST:-

(i) Deduction of marks for Mistakes:

(a) Full Mistake – 1 Mark

(b) Half Mistake – 0.5 Mark

Meaning of “Full Mistake”.

(1) Wrong transcription of a word or words (each).

(2) Omission of word other than article (However, continuous omission, articles will be treated as individual words only)

(3) Commission of word (each)

(4) Wrong spelling which conveys different meaning

Meaning of „Half Mistake‟:-

(1) Spelling Mistakes

(2) Interchange of article („a‟ if „the‟ is written)

(3) Singular / Plural mistakes where it ends with „is‟ or „es‟ (4) Omission of a full stop.

(5) Placement of a full stop in unwanted places

(6) Capital letters not properly placed (in respect of proper nouns)

(7) Tense mistakes (like „did‟ instead of „do‟ or „doing‟, etc)

(8) Omission of articles, addition of articles, inter-change of articles.

(ii) Mistakes which are ignored (for which no marks will be deducted):-

(1) Failure to make out paragraph

(2) Punctuation marks other than full stop

(b) SKILL TEST IN TAMIL SHORTHAND [THIS TEST IS IN ADDITION TO THE SKILL TEST IN ENGLISH SHORTHAND FOR THE CANDIDATES APPLYING FOR THE POSTS OF PERSONAL ASSISTANT (TO THE REGISTRARS) AND PERSONAL CLERK (TO THE DEPUTY REGISTRARS)]
Method of Skill Test Marks (Total: 100 marks)
Taking down dictation of a passage in Tamil for 7 minutes @ 90 wpm. (Transcription time 45 minutes by typing in the computers and submitting the printout of the same). 90 Marks (for Transcription) (Minimum pass mark: 35) + 10 Marks (for shorthand outline) (Minimum pass mark 3.5)
METHOD OF EVALUATION OF TRANSCRIBED PAPERS IN THE TAMIL SHORTHAND TEST:

Note:

For the candidates applying only for the post of Personal Assistant to the Hon‟ble Judges and who got qualified in the Common Written Examination, the skill test in the English Shorthand will be conducted, as stated above.

The candidates who have applied for all the posts or for the post of Personal Assistant (to the Registrars) and/or Personal Clerk (to the Deputy Registrars) and who got qualified in the Common Written Examination, the Skill Test in the English Shorthand and Skill Test in the Tamil Shorthand will be conducted, as stated above.

To get qualified to be shortlisted for Oral Test for the posts of Personal Assistant (to the Registrars) and Personal Clerk (to the Deputy Registrars), the candidates should get qualified in the skill test for English Shorthand as well as in the skill test for Tamil Shorthand.

In case of candidates who have applied for the post of Personal Assistant to the Hon‟ble Judges along with the posts of Personal Assistant (to the Registrars) and/or Personal Clerk (to the Deputy Registrars) and who got qualified in the Common Written Examination and appeared for skill test for English Shorthand and skill test for Tamil Shorthand, if they qualify only in the English Shorthand and not qualified in the skill test for Tamil Shorthand, their names will be considered for shortlisting for Oral Test only for the post of Personal Assistant to the Hon‟ble Judges, based on merit and following the rule of reservation.

In all the Shorthand tests, the candidate should pass in Transcription and outline parts separately. Only the candidates, who are qualified in the Transcription and Outline Parts in the shorthand test will alone be considered qualified in the respective shorthand test so as to be considered for shortlisting for Oral Test based on merit and following the rule of reservation.

For Oral Test, the candidates will be shortlisted as per merit based on the marks secured by them in the Skill Test, from among the qualified candidates in the respective Skill Test, in the ratio of 1:2 or 1:3 or such number as may be decided by the Judicial Recruitment Cell, High Court, Madras with reference to the number of vacancies, following the rule of reservation. Therefore, mere securing the minimum qualifying marks in the Skill Test will not confer any right on the candidate to get qualified for Oral Test.

Explanation: If the number of vacancies notified to be filled by anyone or more of the Reservation Groups viz. Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Caste (Arunthathiyars), Scheduled Tribes, Most Backward Classes / Denotified Communities, Backward Classes (other than Muslim) or Backward Classes (Muslim) or General Turn is five and above, the number of candidates to be admitted to the Oral Test will be two times the number of vacancies.

If the number of vacancies notified to be filled by anyone or more of the Reservation Groups viz. Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Caste (Arunthathiyars), Scheduled Tribes, Most Backward Classes / Denotified Communities, Backward Classes (other than Muslim) or Backward Classes (Muslim) or General Turn is four and below, the number of candidates to be admitted to the Oral Test will be three times the number of vacancies.

However, in each reservation group, all the candidates, who secure the same mark as that of the cut-off mark for their reservation group, will be admitted to the Oral Test. Therefore, mere securing the minimum qualifying mark in the Practical Test will not confer any right on the candidate to get qualified for the Oral Test.

(III) ORAL TEST:

(Maximum Marks: 15) (Minimum qualifying marks: 6)

  The object of Oral Test is to assess the suitability of the candidates by judging their language skills, vocabulary, mental alertness, skills, attitude, ethics, character; grasping power, expertise in computer skills etc.

[In the Oral Test, the outstanding and meritorious record of candidates in Sports, Athletics, NCC, NSS, ACC, Scouts and Guides and Literary activities of the candidates besides his/her general physique, aptitude, flair for expression, grasp of General Knowledge etc. will also be taken into account. If the candidate is an „In-service candidate‟ or in the service of the State or Central Government or in the Government Aided Institutions or the Quasi Government Organizations, his personal file or record sheet or any other record showing his work and conduct will also be taken into account. Further, the services rendered in the defence forces will be considered as an additional qualification]

PREPARATION OF SELECTION LIST:

Final selection of candidates will be made on the basis of combined marks secured by the candidates in the Skill Test and Oral Test, as per merit, by following the rule of reservation.

In case of candidates who have applied for all the posts/more than one post notified, if they are selected for all/more than one post (as per merit and communal roster), their selection will be considered for the posts applied for by them in the order of posts notified above viz. (i) for the post of Personal Assistant to the Hon‟ble Judges, (ii) for the post of Personal Assistant (to the Registrars) and (iii) for the post of Personal Clerk (to the Deputy Registrars) i.e. from the post carrying higher pay band to the post carrying lower pay band.

However, in case of two or more candidates scoring equal marks, in any category, the candidate senior in age will be placed above in the merit list.

 

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