Assistant District Public Prosecution Officer (ADPO), post under Home Department of MP government.
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Candidates are invited to apply for the post of Assistant District Public Prosecution Officer in the Home Department of Madhya Pradesh.
Graduation in Law or equivalent from any recognized university is required for applying for the post of Assistant District Public Prosecution Officer in Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission.
The candidate must hold a Graduate Degree in Law or its Equivalent from a recognized University/ institute.
1. Minimum- 24 Years
2. Maximum- 40 Years as on 1st January 2018
MP ADPO Selection Process:
The Selection of the Candidates will be based on the Two Stages Test. In first Stage Online Examinations (Two Papers) will be conducted by the Commission. Further 3 times the No of Vacancies candidates will be called for the Interview (Tentatively). The Final Selection will be based on the combined merit list on both Online Examination & Interview marks.
ADPO Recruitment Examination 2018 Online Scheme/ Syllabus-
|Online Exam||Paper||Marks||Time Duration|
|Exam Paper-I||Law-I||300||2 Hours|
|Exam Paper-II||Law-II||300||2 Hours|
|Online Exam Total Marks||600|
How to apply: Interested candidates should apply online only at http://www.mponline.gov.in
• The exam is of objective type
• The exam consists of 2 papers.
• Each paper is conducted for a total of 300 Marks.
• Duration of each paper is 2 Hours.
• Candidates who get qualified in this exam will be called for Interview.
• The Interview is conducted for a total of 50 Marks.
• Marks for Each Question: 1 Mark
• Negative Marking: Not Applicable
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• Transfer of Property Act , 1882
• Civil Procedure Code ,1908
• Law of Torts
• Information Technology Act
• Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act ,2005
• Right to Information Act ,2005
• Dowry Prohibition Act 1961
• Immoral Traffic Act 1956
• The indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition)Act,1986
• Prohibition of Child Marriage Act 2006
• Young Persons (Harmful Publications) Act, 1956
• Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012
• Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000
• Indian Penal Code ,1860
• Criminal Procedure Code ,1973
• Indian Evidence Act ,1872
• Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe(Prevention of Atrocities)Act,1989
• Wild Life Protection Act ,1972
• Food Safety and Standards Act ,2006
• Prevention of Corruption Act ,1988
• Arms Act ,1959.
• Narcotic Drugs & Psychotropic Substances Act ,1985
• Indian Electricity Act , 2003
• MP Exercise Act ,1915.
• Motor Vehicles Act ,1988
• Indian Railways Act ,1989
• The Probation of Offenders Act ,1958
• The Protection of Human Rights Act,1993
• The Environment Act – 1986
• The Probation of Offenders Act, 1958