West Bengal Judicial Service Syllabus 2024 | WBPSC Judiciary | Latest Exam Pattern
Pre-Exam Paper (Only ONE Paper)
West Bengal Public Service Commission
Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) Type
English and Bengali
Total Time (Minutes)
Correct Answer (Marks)
No, (0 Marks)
1. 📖 General English
2. 📖 Law of Contracts and Torts
3. 📖Indian Constitution
4. 📖 Laws of Evidence
5. 📖Civil Procedure Code
6. 📖Criminal Procedure Code
7. 📖 Indian Penal Code
8. 📖General Knowledge, Current Affairs Test of Reasoning,
9. 📖Personal Law
10. 📖Law of Limitation
30-40 words per minute (WPM) for English typing and 25-30 WPM for Hindi or regional language typing. The accuracy required is usually 95% or above.
Data Entry Test
The standard norm for data entry speed is 8,000-10,000 keystrokes per hour (KPH). The accuracy required is usually 95% or above.
Computer Proficiency Test
The standard norm for computer proficiency tests may vary depending on the specific software and application being tested. However, candidates are generally expected to have a working knowledge of basic computer operations such as typing, using the internet, and using Microsoft Office.
The stenography test assesses a candidate's ability to take down dictation in shorthand and transcribe it accurately. The standard norms for the stenography test include:
- The shorthand speed required for the test is usually 80-100 words per minute (WPM) in English or Hindi or regional language shorthand.
- The transcription speed required for the test is usually 30-40 words per minute (WPM) in English or Hindi/regional language typing.
- The accuracy required for both shorthand and transcription is usually 95% or above.
- The stenography test may include both theoretical and practical components.
- The theoretical component may cover topics such as shorthand theory, punctuation, and shorthand symbols.
- The practical component assesses the candidate's ability to take dictation and transcribe it accurately within a given time frame.
The driving test for government jobs in India assesses a candidate's ability to drive a vehicle safely and correctly. The standard norms for the driving test include:
- The candidate must have a valid driving license for the relevant category of vehicle.
- The driving test may include both theoretical and practical components.
- The theoretical component may cover topics such as traffic rules, road signs, and vehicle maintenance.
- The practical component assesses the candidate's ability to handle the vehicle in various situations such as driving in traffic, reversing, parking, and maneuvering in tight spaces.
- The standard norm for passing the driving test is to complete the test without committing any major errors or violations of traffic rules.
Language Proficiency Test
The standard norm for language proficiency tests may vary depending on the specific job requirements. However, candidates are generally expected to have a good command of the language being tested, including reading, writing, and speaking skills.
This involves a general examination of the candidate's physical fitness and health, including checking their height, weight, blood pressure, heart rate, respiratory rate, and other vital signs.
This involves testing the candidate's visual acuity, color vision, depth perception, and visual fields. The candidate may be required to read letters or symbols on an eye chart, identify colors and shapes, and perform other visual tasks.
This involves testing the candidate's hearing acuity, both in quiet and noisy environments. The candidate may be required to identify different sounds and frequencies, and to respond to verbal commands.
Blood and Urine Test
This involves testing the candidate's blood and urine for various parameters, such as blood glucose levels, lipid profile, liver and kidney function, and presence of any infectious diseases.
X-Ray and other imaging tests
This may involve a chest X-ray to check for any respiratory or lung-related issues, or other imaging tests such as ultrasound or CT scan, as required by the job.
This involves testing the candidate's blood or urine for the presence of any illegal drugs or substances.
The candidate's educational qualification certificates, mark sheets, and degrees are verified to ensure that they meet the minimum educational qualification required for the job.
The candidate's age is verified through their birth certificate, passport, or other relevant documents.
The candidate's identity is verified through their Aadhaar card, voter ID card, or other government-issued identity proofs.
The candidate's caste/category certificate is verified to ensure that they belong to the specified category for which the job is reserved.
If the job requires prior work experience, the candidate's experience certificate(s) is verified to ensure that they have the required experience.
The candidate's character certificate is verified to ensure that they have a good character and do not have any criminal record.
The candidate's medical certificate is verified to ensure that they are medically fit for the job.
The candidate's address proof is verified to ensure that they have provided accurate and valid address details.
West Bengal Judicial Service Syllabus 2023 FAQs⭐How many papers will be conducted in the WBPSC Judicial Service Pre-Exam?
There will be conducted only one paper.⭐How many papers will be conducted in the WBPSC Judicial Service Main- Exam?
There will be conducted 8 papers in Main-Exam.⭐How many papers will be there in optional subjects?
There will be conducted 3 papers in the Optional subject.⭐How much time is given for the pre-exam?