Madras High Court Syllabus pdf in Tamil 2024 Driver, Typist, Telephone Operator, Cashier, Xerox Operator Download

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Madras High Court Syllabus PDF in Tamil 2024 Download PDF: Madras High Court has released the Syllabus of Driver, Typist and Telephone Operator, Cashier, and Xerox Operator so those candidates who are searching for the latest syllabus of Madras High Court can download or read the article for more information, in this article we have covered every step of the syllabus.

Those candidates who have filled out the Driver, Typist, Telephone Operator, Cashier, and Xerox Operator form must prepare for the next examination in February. You can also download this syllabus in PDF format and save it for future studies but keep in mind that this syllabus might be changed next time so read the latest and official syllabus.

Madras High Court Syllabus PDF in Tamil 2024 Download

Here we have listed one by one syllabus of Driver, Typist and Telephone Operator, Cashier, and Xerox Operator. keep in mind that this syllabus is organized in a detailed format so don’t confuse we have added some headings and points so you don’t get confused.

Driver Syllabus

The Selection of the candidate in Madras High Court will be based on a written examination, Practical test, and oral test. The written examination syllabus is given below please read the syllabus carefully also you can download this syllabus.

  • Written examination
  • Practical test
  • Oral Test

Written exam syllabus

Sub.QuestionsMarksMin. Qualify marksDuration
PART-A
Tamil Eligibility Test [Refer G.O.Ms.No.133, Human Resources (M) Department, dated
01.12.2021.]
FOR DIFFERENTLY
ABLED CANDIDATES:

Only for the Differently
abled candidates, who opt
for ‘General English’ in
Common Written
Examination, the syllabus
will be in English.
505020150 Min
Part-B
General Knowledge
757530150 Min
Part AGeneral Tamil (Upto SSLC Standard as per Tamil Nadu State
Government syllabus) General English (Upto SSLC Standard as per Tamil Nadu State Government syllabus]
** [only for Differently abled candidates who have opted for General English]
**Refer G.O.Ms.No.49, Human Resources (M) Department,
dated 23.05.2022
Part BGeneral knowledge and awareness, driving theory, pre-driving
checks, zone of vision, priority for certain vehicles, traffic
education, vehicle mechanism and repairs, good qualities of
driver, numerical and reasoning ability, driving skills and
driving sense, first aid, emergency care etc.
  • The candidate should get qualified in Part – ‘A’ and Part – ‘B’ separately.
  • The questions in Part – ‘A’ will be in Tamil Language.
  • ** For Differently abled candidates, it will be set either in Tamil or in English language as per their option.
  • Part – ‘B’ will be evaluated, only if the candidate secures minimum qualifying marks of 40% (i.e) 20 Marks in Part-‘A’.
  • The questions in Part – ‘B’ will be bi-lingual i.e. both English and Tamil. In case of any inconsistency between English and Tamil versions of the questions, the English version will prevail over the Tamil version

Practical Test

(Maximum Marks: 100) (Minimum qualifying marks: 40): The shortlisted candidates will be called for practical driving to test their knowledge in driving theory, pre-driving checks, zone of vision, priority for certain vehicles, traffic education, vehicle mechanism and repairs, good qualities of driver, driving skills, first aid, emergency care, general manner and attitude

Oral Test

(Maximum Marks:15) (Minimum qualifying marks:5): For oral test, the candidates will be shortlisted based on the marks secured in Practical Test and following the rule of Reservation, as per merit in the ratio of 1:2 or 1:3 or such number as decided by the Hon’ble High Court with reference to the number of vacancies.

The object of Oral Test is to assess the suitability of the candidates, by judging their mental alertness, skills, attitude, ethics, character, etc

Syllabus of Typist, Telephone Operator, Cashier, Xerox Operator

MODE OF SELECTION

The selection of candidates will be based on the following manner:-
FOR THE POST OF TYPIST:-
(a) Common Written Examination (b) Skill Test and (c) Viva-voce.
FOR THE POSTS OF TELEPHONE OPERATOR, CASHIER AND
XEROX OPERATOR:-

(a) Common Written Examination and (b) Viva-voce.

Common Written Examination

Sub.QuestionsMarksMin. Qualify marksDuration
PART-A
Tamil Eligibility Test
[Refer G.O.Ms.No.133, Human
Resources (M) Department, dated
01.12.2021.]
FOR DIFFERENTLY ABLED
CANDIDATES:

Only for the Differently abled
candidates, who opt for ‘General
English’ in Common Written
Examination, the syllabus will be in
English. (Upto SSLC Standard as
per Tamil Nadu State Government
syllabus).
505020150 Min
Part-B
General Knowledge, Aptitude and
Mental Ability, etc
757530150 Min
Part AGeneral Tamil (Upto SSLC Standard as per Tamil Nadu State
Government syllabus) (For 50 Marks)
General English (Upto SSLC Standard as per Tamil Nadu
State Government syllabus]** [for Differently abled
candidates who have opted for General English]
**Refer G.O.Ms.No.49, Human Resources (M) Department,
dated 23.05.2022.
20 marks for qualifying
Part B(i) General Knowledge,
(ii) Numerical and Mental Ability Degree standard
(iii) Analytical and Reasoning Skills (In all, for 75 Marks)
(iv) General Intelligence
(v) Basic knowledge in Computers
30 marks for qualifying

Skill Test for the post of Typist

The candidates for Skill Test will be shortlisted, based on merit in the Common
Written Examination, at a ratio 1 : 5 or such number as may be decided by the
Hon’ble High Court, following the rule of reservation. However, in each
reservation group, all the candidates, who secure the same mark as of the cutoff mark for their reservation group, in the Common Written Examination, will be
admitted for Skill Test. Therefore, merely securing the minimum qualifying marks
in the Common Written Examination will not confer any right on the candidate to
qualify for the Skill Test

Basic Computer Skill Test

  • Maximum Marks: 75. Minimum Qualifying
  • Marks: 34. Duration: 90 Minutes.


The basic computer knowledge of the candidates will be tested practically in Wipro Open Office, Microsoft Office –Word, Excel, Power Point, DTP works etc.

Typing Test

  • (i) English Typewriting Test (45 words per minute).
  • Duration : 10 minutes. Maximum marks: 100.
  • Minimum Qualifying Marks : 45
  • (ii) Tamil Typewriting Test (45 words per minute).
  • Duration : 10 minutes. Maximum marks: 100.
  • Minimum Qualifying Marks : 45

Viva-Voce

FOR THE POST OF TYPIST

For Viva-voce, the candidates will be shortlisted as per merit-based
on the marks secured by them in the (a) Common Written Examination and (b) Skill Test, in the ratio of 1:2 or 1:3 or such ratio as may be decided by the Hon’ble High Court with reference to the number of vacancies from and out of the qualified candidates
in the Skill Test, following the rule of reservation

FOR THE POSTS OF TELEPHONE OPERATOR, CASHIER
AND XEROX OPERATOR


For Viva-voce, the candidates will be shortlisted as per merit-based
on the marks secured by them in the Common Written Examination
in the ratio of 1:2 or 1:3 or such ratio as may be decided by the
Hon’ble High Court with reference to the number of vacancies from
and out of the qualified candidates in the Common Written Examination, following the rule of reservation, for each post separately. Before Viva-voce, the candidates shortlisted for the post of Xerox Operators, will be tested on their skills in operating the Xerox Machine, as part of Viva-voce

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