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Madras High Court Bailiff Syllabus 2024 for Junior and Senior Bailiff Posts

The Madras High Court will recruit eligible candidates for posts of Senior and Junior Bailiff by following a specific mode of selection which involves a written examination as its first stage. Those who want to appear for this exam need to become more focused and dedicated towards their preparation. Good preparation is key for passing exam with high scores. Candidates must prepare themselves for written examination after checking topics provided in Madras High Court Bailiff Syllabus 2024. Understanding examination syllabus is not enough, candidates also need to prepare a study plan based on latest exam pattern for better preparation. Candidates must note that syllabus and exam pattern for both Senior Bailiff and Junior Bailiff posts are similar and are discussed in this article below.

Madras High Court Bailiff Syllabus 2024 & Exam Pattern

The recruitment body has released updated syllabus and exam pattern along with an official notification for Madras High Court Recruitment 2024 for Bailiff posts at their official website. Detailed subject-wise syllabus and exam pattern will make it easier for candidates to prepare for written examination.

Madras High Court Bailiff Syllabus 2024- Highlights
Organization Madras High Court
Posts Senior Bailiff, Junior Bailiff
Mode of Exam Offline
Exam Language Part A:- Tamil or English
Part B:- English & Hindi Both
Type of Questions Objective-Type Questions
No. of Questions 170
Maximum Marks 170
Time Duration 3 hours
Official Website https://www.mhc.tn.gov.in/

Madras High Court Bailiff Selection Process 2024

The Madras High Court generally follows a proper selection procedure for selecting eligible candidates for senior & junior Bailiff posts out of the thousands of applications received by them. This selection process mainly includes two stages i.e. written examination and viva voce.

1. Written Examination:- First, candidates need to appear for a written examination for a total of 170 marks and score minimum qualifying marks to get shortlisted for next stage. The total marks for part A and part B will be calculated to determine qualifying status for the viva voce round.

2. Viva-Voce:- After passing first round, shortlisted candidates will then have to appear for the viva voce round which carries a total of 30 marks, and minimum qualifying marks for this stage are 12. Candidates selected after this stage will finally be selected and their certificate verification will be done at this stage only.

Madras High Court Bailiff Exam Pattern 2024

The written examination for Madras High Court Senior & Junior Bailiff posts includes a total of 170 objective-type/OMR-base questions, detailed exam pattern for Part A and B is provided below.

  • There will be a total of two parts i.e. Part A with 50 questions and Part B with 120 questions.
  • The exam will last for a total duration of 3 hours (180 minutes).
  • Minimum qualifying marks for Part A are 20 and for Part B are 48.
  • Candidates who selected General English for Part A will get their syllabus in English only and general Tamil questions will be in Tamil language.
  • Part B will include questions in both English & Hindi language.
Parts Subjects No. of Questions Marks Exam Duration
Part A General Tamil (Tamil Eligibility Test) 50 50 3 hours (180 minutes)
Part B General Studies 120 120
Mental Ability
Total 170 170

Madras High Court Bailiff Syllabus 2024

The subjects included in Madras High Court Bailiff Syllabus 2024 are General Tamil/General English and General Studies, Mental Ability & Aptitude. Candidates must cover every topic of these subjects to pass this examination and get hired for senior & junior bailiff posts.

Madras High Court Syllabus for Part A

Candidates need to prepare SSLC standard topics from general Tamil or general Engish subjects to score minimum qualifying marks in Part A of written examination for Senior Baillif & Junior Baillif posts.

  • General Tamil of up to SSLC standard (10th standard)
  • General English of up to SSLC standard (10th standard)

Madras High Court Syllabus for Part B

The topics included in Part B of written examination for Madras High Court Senior and Junior Bailiff posts are puzzles, Indian polity, simple interest, logical reasoning, number series, history, etc. 

  • Current affairs
  • Puzzles
  • General Science
  • History
  • Indian Polity
  • Simplification,
  • Highest Common Factor (HCF)
  • Percentage
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Simple Interest
  • Area
  • Volume
  • Time and Work
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Lowest Common Multiple (LCM)
  • Dice
  • Compound Interest
  • Visual Reasoning
  • Indian National Movement
  • Alpha Numeric Reasoning
  • Number Series

Those who have to appear for written examination of Examiner and Xerox Operator posts in Madras High Court must note that syllabus and exam pattern for these posts are same as of Senior & Junior Bailiff syllabus and examination pattern. Candidates can check this article above to get detailed syllabus along with its marking scheme, number of questions, etc.

Madras High Court Bailiff Syllabus 2024- FAQs

Q1: For how many marks Madras High Court Junior Bailiff exam is conducted?

The written examination for Junior Bailiff posts is conducted for a total of 170 marks.

Q2: What is Madras High Court Bailiff Syllabus 2024?

The syllabus for written examination of Madras High Court Bailiff posts includes subjects such as General Tamil/General English and Mental Ability, General Studies & Aptitude.

Q3: What is selection process of Senior & Junior Bailiff in Madras High Court?

The selection process for Senior & Junior Bailiff posts in Madras High Court includes a written exam and a viva voce.

Q4: Is there any negative marking in Madras High Court exam for Bailiff posts?

No, there is no negative marking in Madras High Court Bailiff examination, if there will be any update regarding it we will notify it to the candidates.

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