Job Post: Assistant Prosecution Officer by Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission| Apply by May 21
The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) is the state organization approved to direct the Civil Services Examination for entry- level arrangements to the different Civil Services of Uttar Pradesh. The organization’s charter is allowed by the Constitution of India.
About the APO Recruitment
Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) is inviting applications from law graduates for the position of Assistant Prosecution Officer (APO), to fill up 44 vacancies for the said post.
The candidates must possess Law Degree from any recognized University up to the last date for receipt of application. Preferential: Other things being equal such candidate shall be given preference who
Has served for a minimum period of two years in the Territorial Army or
Has obtained “B” certificate of N.C.C.
Candidates must have attained the age of 21 years and must not have crossed the age of 40 years on July 1, 2022 i.e. they must have not been born earlier than 2nd July, 1982 and not later than July 1, 2001.
For PH candidates, the maximum age limit is 55 years i.e. they must have not been born before 02 July, 1967.
Rs. 47,600 – 1,51,100/
How to Apply?
Application Fee for Preliminary Examination
Unreserved/EWS/OBC: Rs. 100/- (Exam fee) + Rs. 25/- (Online processing fee) Total: Rs. 125/-
Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe: Rs. 40/- (Exam fee) + Rs. 25/- (Online processing fee) Total: Rs. 65/-
Handicapped: NIL (Exam fee) + Rs. 25/- (Online processing fee) Total: Rs. 25/-
Ex-Serviceman: Rs. 40/- (Exam fee) + Rs. 25/- (Online processing fee) Total: Rs. 65/-
Dependents of the Freedom fighters/Women/skilled players: According to their original category.
Examination Fees (To be paid upon qualifying for Mains Examination)
Unreserved (General)/OBC/EWS/Candidates of Other States: Rs. 200/- (Exam Fee) + Rs. 25/- (Online processing fees) Total: Rs. 225/-
SC and ST Candidates: Rs. 80/- (Exam Fee) + Rs. 25/- (Online processing fees) Total: Rs. 105/-
Candidates of Physically Handicapped category of UP: Exempted from exam fees; Rs. 25/- (Online Processing fee) Total: Rs. 25/-
Candidates of Ex-Army personnels of UP: Rs. 80/- (Exam fees) + Rs. 25/- (Online processing fees) Total: Rs. 105/-
Candidates of DFF, women, and skilled players of UP: According to their original category
How to Apply?
Stage 1: Registration
Registration can be done through the link given at the end of this post. Submit the form after filling in the required information carefully. After that, take a printout of the Registration Slip by clicking on Print Registration Slip.
Stage 2: Fee Deposition / Reconciliation
After the registration, the applicant will be required to make the payment of the exam fee as well as the online processing fee as per the category.
Click on ‘Click here to proceed for payment’.
The home page of State Bank MOPS (Multi Option Payment System) shall be displayed comprising of 03 modes of payment viz. (i) NET BANKING (ii) CARD PAYMENTS and (iii) OTHER PAYMENT MODES.
After depositing the required fee by any one of the above-prescribed modes, “Payment Acknowledgement Receipt (PAR)” shall be displayed along with detail of fee deposition, the print of which must be taken by clicking on “Print Payment Receipt.”
Stage 3: Submit the application form
On completion of the procedure of second stage, click on ‘Proceed for final submission of application’ and fill the application form.
Syllabus for the Assistant Prosecution Officer (APO) (Pre.) Exam-2022
One Question Paper Time-2 hours MM-150
Part – I (Total No. of Question–50 on General Knowledge)
Day to day happenings around India and the World with special reference to:
General Science: 8 marks
Current Events of National and International Importance: 10 marks
History of India: 8 marks
Indian National Movement: 8 marks
Indian Polity & Economy: 8 marks
World Geography and Population: 8 marks
Part–II (Total No. of Question–100 on Law)
It will cover the following Acts and Law with No. of question indicated as under:
Indian Penal Code: 35 marks
Indian Evidence Act: 25 marks
Criminal Procedure Code: 25 marks
U.P. Police Act And Regulations under this Act: 15 marks
Syllabus for Assistant Prosecution Officer (APO) (Main) Exam–2022
(A) Written Examination Marks
General Knowledge: 100 marks
General Hindi: 100 marks (Question Paper will be High School Standard)
Criminal Law & Procedure: 100 marks (Police Act & Regulations of Law Degree Standard)
Law of Evidence: 100 marks (Which will include direct & Applied question of Law Degree Level)
(B) Personality Test: 50 marks
The suitability of the candidates shall be assessed with reference to his capacity, Character, Personality, and Physical fitness.
The Marks obtained in the written test will be added to the obtained in Personality Test to consider the place of the candidate.
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