Rajasthan High Court Syllabus 2017 and Exam Patternby Preeti Priya Executive
Recently Rajasthan High Court has released job notifications to fill 2039 posts of Clerk and Stenographer. This is a big chance for those candidates who are looking for the latest government jobs. The application form has been released and the last date of filing the online application form is 18th March 2017. If you have not filled the application form yet, make it hurry.
So, as this is a big opportunity for all those candidates who dreamed of working in the government sector, and many candidates have applied for the Rajasthan High Court Recruitment 2017. This is going to be a tough competition so be ready to crack it and be among those 2039 selected candidates. So, this is the time when you should start your preparation to grab this golden opportunity. Here in this article, I am going to share the syllabus and exam pattern so that it could be easier for you to prepare for the Rajasthan High Court Recruitment 2017.
Having the idea of syllabus before preparation of any competitive exam is the best thing as you know that which topics you need to read. There are many candidates who are not aware of the Rajasthan High Court syllabus 2017 and start reading all those topics which are not in the syllabus. This leads to wasting their precious time and effort. So before participating in the race first, you should look at the syllabus and topics which are going to be asked in the Rajasthan Recruitment 2017 examination.
Let’s start from Exam Pattern for the candidates who are applying for the Stenographer post.
Group A (English)
Group A consists of two phases, Dictation of 100 Words per minute and typing a passage on the computer. The combined total marks of these papers will be of 100 marks
Dictation of 100 words per minute. You will have 6 minutes to show how much you are prepared for this test.
And Transcription and typing of dictated passage on the computer in English language and you will get 50 minutes for this test.
Group B (Hindi)
This test is also very similar as of Group A, but rather than English you will have to type in Hindi. Have a look below for the details:
Dictation of 80 words per minute and you will get 6 minutes for this test
Transcription and typing of dictated passage in the Hindi language on the computer and you will have 50 minutes for this test.
Again the combined score for both these test will be of 100 marks.
In the computer test, the performance of candidates will be judged by the typing test. It consists of the typing test and efficiency test and 10 minutes will be allotted for each section. The maximum marks defined for this test is of 50 marks and you will have to score at least 20 marks in this test.
Moving on to the exam pattern of the candidates who are applying for Clerk post. Have a look below
In written Examination test you will have to face two papers i.e. Hindi and English. For each paper, you will get 90 minutes. The maximum marks allotted for each paper is 100 and you require at least 40 marks in each paper.
There will be two papers, speed test and efficiency test. You will get 10 minutes for each paper and the for each paper the minimum and maximum marks defined is 20 marks and 50 marks respectively.
English & Hindi Topic
Tenses and sequence of the tense
Improvement of the sentence
Direct & Indirect sentence
Synonyms & Antonyms
Active & Passive voice
Use of Article, determiners and prepositions
Prefix & Suffixes
Comprehension of a passage
One word substitution
Knowledge of official or semi-official letters, notice, tenders and Circular
Glossary of official, technical terms
Translation of the sentence from Hindi to English & vice versa
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