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Exam Highlights
  • Exam Name
    Madras High Court Recruitment
  • Mode of Conduction
    Common Written Examination & Viva
  • Exam Duration
    60 minutes
  • Official Website
    www.hcmadras.tn.nic.in
  • Total Marks
    50
  • Total No. of Questions
    50
  • Marking Scheme
    1 mark for correct answers and there is no negative marking in the exam.
Exam Dates
  • Start of Registration Process
    April 18, 2021
  • Admit Card Release Date
    April 14, 2022
  • Exam Date
    Junior Service Grade 3: April 24, 2022
  • Result
    to be announced
Eligibilty Criteria

President: To apply for the post of President at Madras High Court, the Candidate is, or has been, or is qualified to be a District Judge

Member: To apply for the post of a member, the candidate is required to complete a Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized University and is a person of ability, integrity, and standing, and have special knowledge and professional experience of not less than fifteen years in consumer affairs, administration, law, economics, public affairs, industry, finance, commerce, management, engineering, technology, public health, or medicine.

Exam Pattern

MHC Recruitment exam is done on three levels. Candidates should have proper knowledge of Exam Patterns to prepare efficiently for the MHC exam. The exam pattern for MHC Recruitment 2022 is mentioned below:

Madras High Court Written Exam (50 Marks)

The written exam is the first part of the selection process for the MHC Recruitment exam and comprises two parts i.e. Part A and Part B the marks scored by the candidates in this exam will be qualified in nature and will not be counted:

  • The written test will have two parts i.e. Part A will have questions from General Knowledge whereas Part B will comprise questions from General Tamil.
  • The exam will be taken on an offline basis and the questions asked will be in the form of objective questions with multiple choice-based answers the candidates will get 60 minutes to complete the test.
  • For the part A exam, the minimum qualifying marks are 9 while for Part B, the minimum qualifying marks are 6.
  • There is a provision of awarding one mark for correct answers and there is no negative marking in the exam.
Subjects Maximum Questions Maximum Marks
Part A: General Knowledge 30 30
Part B: General Tamil 20 20
Total 50 50
Syllabus

Madras High Court Syllabus for President

The syllabus for the post of President in the form of a written examination is

  1. The Constitution of India
  2. Civil Procedure Code, 1908
  3. The Indian Evidence Act, 1872
  4. The Consumer Protection Act, 2019
  5. Sale of Goods Act, 1930.
  6. Indian Contract Act, 1872
  7. Current Affairs / General Knowledge
  8. Aptitude test that consists of Abstract Reasoning/Verbal Ability / Visual Reasoning/ Spatial Reasoning /Logical and Critical Reasoning /Problem–solving abilities and Decision making and Judgment, etc.

Madras High Court Syllabus for Member

The syllabus for the post of Member in the form of a written examination is

  1. The Consumer Protection Act, 2019
  2. Current Affairs / General Knowledge
  3. Aptitude test (Abstract Reasoning / Spatial Reasoning / Verbal Ability / Logical and Critical Reasoning / Visual Reasoning / Problem–solving abilities / Decision making and Judgment, etc.)

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