Madras High Court Driver & Gardener Syllabus & Exam Pattern 2019

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Madras High Court Driver & Gardener Selection Process:

The Selection Procedure of the Exam will be as follows:

  1. Written Exam
  2. Practical Test and the Oral Test

 

Examination centres:

(a) The Written Examination will be held at Chennai and/or any other place as decided by the Madras High Court. Request for change of venue will not be entertained under any circumstances.

(b)The Practical Test and the Oral Test will be held at Chennai and the dates of the same will be intimated to the eligible candidates in due course.

(c) No TA/DA will be paid to the candidates to appear for the Written Examination / Practical Test / Oral Test

 

Exam Pattern & Syllabus for Madras High Court Driver & Gardener Posts:

(A) WRITTEN EXAMINIATION: The written examination will consist of 50 multiple choice questions (objective type), each carrying 1 Mark in two parts (Part – ‘A’ & Part – ‘B’). The duration will be 75 minutes.

PART-A: General Knowledge – (35 questions)

PART-B: General Tamil – (15 questions)

SYLLABUS

Part-A: General 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 question paper will be bi-lingual i.e. both in English and Tamil. In case of any inconsistency between the English and Tamil versions of the questions, the English version will prevail over the Tamil Version).

Part-B: General Tamil, upto 10th standard level of the Tamil Nadu State Government Syllabus.

 

Minimum qualifying marks:

Part – A : 11 marks

Part – B : 4 marks.

 

The candidate should get qualified in parts ‘A’ and ‘B’ separately

The candidates for Practical Test will be shortlisted, based on merit in the written examination, at a ratio not exceeding 10 times of the number of vacancies or as 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 that of the cut-off mark for their reservation group, will be admitted to the Practical Test. Therefore, mere securing the minimum qualifying mark in the written examination will not confer any right on the candidate to get qualified for the practical test.

The marks obtained in the written examination will only be qualifying in nature and the same will not be counted for determining the final order of selection of the candidates.

Any representation from candidates for changing the date of Examination / Selection process, change of examination centre, for relaxation of conditions mentioned in the advertisement or exam related direction or guidelines or minimum marks or qualification/requirement etc. or for revaluation/re-totalling will not be entertained, under any circumstances.

 

(B) PRACTICAL TEST (100 Marks) (Minimum qualifying mark: 30 marks)

The candidates shortlisted as per merit, 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.

(C) ORAL TEST (15 Marks) (Minimum pass mark: 5 marks)

For oral test, the candidates will be shortlisted, 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 from and out of the qualified candidates, following the rule of reservation.

The object of oral test is to assess the suitability of the candidates, by judging their mental alertness, skills, attitude, ethics, character, communication skill, etc.

Note: No inference of eligibility or competency to drive will automatically be drawn on the basis of Experience certificate/ Educational certification/Higher category endorsement in the driving license produced by the candidate.

 

 

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