Delhi District Court Peon Process Server Syllabus 2021: Group C exam pattern

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Delhi District Court Peon Process Server Syllabus 2021: Group C exam pattern.

In this article, you will find the syllabus and exam pattern for Group C. Delhi District Court has released a notification for the posts of Peon/ Orderly/ Dak-Peon, Chowkidar, Sweeper/ Safai Karamchari & Process Server.

Delhi District Court Peon Process Server Syllabus 2021

There are a total of 417 vacancies. The eligible candidate can apply online between 07/02/2021 to 21/02/2021.

Selection Process:

  1. Written Exam (MCQ type)
  2. Interview

Written Exam (MCQ type):

  1. Objective type exam.
  2. MCQs type questions.
  3. Language of question paper: Hindi and English.
  4. Time duration: 2 hours.

Delhi District Court Peon Process Server Syllabus 2021 :

(A) General Studies:

  1. Indian Current Events
  2. General Science
  3. General Knowledge
  4. Current affairs of National & International news
  5. Important dates
  6. Current Science
  7. Technology
  8. Sports and Culture

(B) Quantitative Aptitude:

  1. Number Systems
  2. Computation of Whole Numbers
  3. Decimals and Fractions and relationship between Numbers
  4. Fundamental arithmetical operations
  5. Percentages
  6. Ratio and Proportion
  7. Averages
  8. Interest
  9. Profit and Loss
  10. Discount
  11. Use of Tables and Graphs
  12. Mensuration
  13. Time and Distance
  14. Ratio and Time
  15. Time and Work

(C) Reasoning:

  1. Analogies
  2. Similarities
  3. Differences
  4. Space visualization
  5. Problem-solving
  6. Analysis and Judgment
  7. Decision-making
  8. Visual memory
  9. Discrimination
  10. Observation
  11. Relationship
  12. Concepts
  13. Arithmetical reasoning
  14. Verbal and figure classification
  15. Arithmetical number series
  16. Abilities to deal with abstract ideas and symbols and their relationships

Official Website: https://delhicourts.nic.in/recruitment/

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If you have any queries, then you can visit the official website.

Wishing you all the best for the exam, and stay tuned for the next update.

Updated: February 17, 2021 — 5:56 pm

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