Punjab PSC Deputy District Attorney Syllabus 2022 Exam Pattern

Punjab PSC Deputy District Attorney Syllabus 2022 Exam Pattern

Punjab PSC Deputy District Attorney Syllabus 2022 Punjab PSC has released the detailed Syllabus of Deputy District Attorney posts, candidates can check detailed information about PPSC Deputy District Attorney Selection Process and PPSC DDA (Group A) Exam Pattern.

Punjab PSC Deputy District Attorney Syllabus 2022

Punjab PSC Deputy District Attorney Syllabus 2022

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Hello Aspirants, Here in this article we will discuss the Punjab PSC Deputy District Attorney Syllabus. All eligible candidates can check detailed syllabus, exam pattern and selection process of PPSC Deputy District Attorney (Group A) Exam. Detailed PPSC DDA Syllabus is Mentioned Below Candidates Can Check More Details……

Department Name Punjab PSC
Name of the Posts Deputy District Attorney
number of vacancy 41 posts
Application submission dates 26/04/2022 to 04/05/2022
written exam date announce later
Selection Process written competitive examination
Interview
Exam Pattern objective type
number of questions 120
digit number 480
period of time two (02) hours
negative marking 01 mark
Minimum passing marks 40 percent marks in written exam
(35% for SC and BC of Punjab)
Syllabus mention below

written competitive examination

Exam Pattern:

The exam pattern will be as follows:

  • The exam pattern will be of objective type.
  • The exam will have 120 questions and 480 marks.
  • Each question carries 4 marks and for every correct answer the candidate will get 4 (four) marks.
  • The test will be of two (02) hours duration.
  • The question paper will be in English language only.
  • There will be negative marking of 1 (one) mark.
Subject number of questions scar
(Each question is of 4 marks)
Subject Questions (Part A of the Course) 100 400
Questions from Logical Reasoning, Mental Ability and General Knowledge (Part B of the Syllabus) 20 80
complete 120 480

Syllabus:

Exam Syllabus will be like a fool’s:

Part-A
Unit-1 – Code of Criminal Procedure

Jurisdiction, Constitution and Powers of Criminal Courts; Public Prosecutors, Senior Police Officers and Magistrates and Assistance to Police; arrest of persons and rights of arrested persons; initiation of FIR and investigation; Recording of confession, remand of accused, non-completion of investigation and bail for non-completion of investigation; place of inquiry and trial; complaints to the Magistrate and initiation of proceedings before the Magistrate; Charges: Content of charge, effect of error or omission in charge, variation or addition of charge, combination of charges against person or persons, exceptions to the general rule of combination of charges; trial before the Court of Session; Trial before Magistrate – Warrant case, Summons case and Summary trial; bail, anticipatory bail, cancellation of bail, bail bond; inherent powers of the High Court; Remission, modification and suspension of sentence; Execution of death sentence, appeal, reference and revision.

Unit-II – Indian Penal Code

Introduction to criminal substantive law; definitions; general explanation; group liability and joint liability; a punishment; Provoke; criminal conspiracy and crimes against the state; offenses relating to public servants; Offenses relating to contempt of lawful authority of public servants; False evidence and crimes against public justice; offenses affecting public health, safety and morals; culpable homicide not amounting to murder; Cause of death by negligence, dowry death, attempt to murder and attempt to commit suicide; injury, serious injury, acid attack; criminal force, assault, outrageousness, voyeurism and stalking; Rape – its serious forms and punishment; criminal misappropriation of property and criminal breach of trust; receipt of stolen property and fraud; defamation; criminal intimidation, insult and annoyance; defamation.

Unit-III – Indian Evidence Act

Definitions and statutory interpretation, can, will assume, conclusive evidence etc.; Relevance of facts: the facts connected with the facts in the issue; entrance; confession; Declaration and statement of death by persons who cannot be called as witnesses; the relevance of the decisions; expert testimony; oral evidence; documentary evidence; Estimate; exclusion of oral evidence by documentary evidence; burden of proof and burden of proof; estopel; qualifications of witnesses; privileged communication; examination of witnesses; Improper admission and effect of denial of evidence

UNIT-IV – CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE

decree, order, decision; Jurisdiction- Lack of jurisdiction, irregular exercise of jurisdiction; place of trial; The doctrine of res sub-judice and res judicata; Sides of suit and frame of suit – objections as to joiners, misjoiners and non-joiners and misjoiners and non-joiners; amendment of pleadings and pleadings; plaintiff; written statement; summoning parties – issuing and serving summons; the presence of the parties – the presence and consequences of non-attendance; Hearing of suits – determination of issues, settlement of suits at first hearing and trial; Arrest before Judgment, Attachment before Judgment, Appointment of Receiver; Temporary injunctions and negotiation orders; Commission – appointment, powers, functions and commission at the instance of foreign courts; (or) suits against the Government (or) by public officials; suit by poor persons, suit relating to public nuisance, suit relating to public charity; Appeal – First Appeal, Second Appeal, Appeal to the Supreme Court; Reference, review and revision; General principles of execution of the decree and procedure for execution; inherent powers of civil courts; Trial of suits and commercial suits in commercial courts.

UNIT-V – CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

Preamble, Preface Purpose; Nature of the Indian Constitution; Federal Features in the Constitution of India; formation of new states and reorganization of states; citizenship; Fundamental Rights; Fundamental Duties; Directive Principles of State Policy; Union and State Legislatures; Money Bills, Finance Bills and other Bills; Union and State Executives; Judiciary – Supreme Court, High Court and subordinate judiciary; the appointment and powers of the President and the Governor; the power of forgiveness; power to make ordinances; Union-state legislative, administrative and financial relations; freedom of trade, commerce and intercourse; official language; amendment of the constitution; Special provisions with respect to the Legislature and the Executive of Union Territories; Election; Services under the Union and the States.

Part-B
General Knowledge, Logical Reasoning and Mental Ability

  1. General Knowledge and Current Affairs
    General knowledge and current affairs of national and international importance including:
    1. economic issues.
    2. Politics issues.
    3. environmental issues
    4. Science and technology.
    5. Any other current issues.
    6. (a) History of India with special reference to the Indian freedom struggle movement
      (b) History of Punjab – After 14th century.
  2. Logical reasoning and mental ability
    1. Logical reasoning, analytical and mental ability
    2. Basic Numerical Skills, Numbers, Quantity, Percentage, Numerical Relationship Appreciation.
    3. Data analysis, graphic presentation charts, tables, spreadsheets.

Interview

  • The interview will be of 60 marks.

Candidates who have secured a minimum of 40 per cent marks (35% for the Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes of Punjab candidates of Punjab) in the written examination shall not exceed two times the number of posts (in the order of merit of the written examination) . Listed to appear in the interview. However, this number will be subject to variation if two or more candidates at the bottom (number at the end) of this list get the same marks. In such a case, all of them will be considered (subject to eligibility) to appear in the interview, which guarantees a corresponding increase in the prescribed proportion.

No candidate shall be eligible to be shortlisted for interview unless he/she obtains 40% marks in the competitive examination (35% for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes of Punjab and Backward Classes of Punjab) and any The candidate will not be eligible for appointment. unless he/she obtains at least 40% marks in aggregate, i.e. competitive examination including interview (read 35% for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes of Punjab and Backward Classes of Punjab).

Final result-

  • The final result will be prepared on the basis of aggregate marks obtained by the candidates in written competitive examination and interview.
  • In order to avoid influencing the interview panel, the written competitive examination marks by the candidates or the cut off marks for the interview will not be disclosed while shortlisting the candidates for interview. However, the complete details of written marks and interview marks will be available on the website of the Commission after compiling the final result.

last word:

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