UPPSC Assistant Prosecution Officer Vacancy
Posts Name: Asst. Prosecution Officer
Total no of Vacancies: 17 in various categories
Eligibility Criteria as are following
Age limit: 21 to 40 years as on 01/07/2021 (Reserved category candidates will get relaxation in age limit)
Degree of Law from any recognized University / LLB / 5 year Integrate LLB / LLB hons.
Selection of the eligible candidates for APO posts will be done through the 3 stage selection methodology. First of all preliminary Recruitment examination will be conducted for all candidates. After that those candidates who will be declared qualified in the written examination they will be call for Main Examination. In the last those candidates who will be declared qualified in the Pre, main examination they will be call for personal interview test.
Commission may conduct pre examination at various examination centers of Allahabad and Lucknow district.
Salary of APO:
Pay Scale: Rs. 9300-34800/- + Grade Pay Rs. 4800
7th pay commission salary of APO -pay Matrix 47600-151100
Commission will conduct a state level written Exam on mid of September for the posts of Assistant prosecution officer. Latest Question paper pattern and Revised Syllabus for UPPSC APO preliminary Examination 2021
Preliminary Examination of APO will comprise two parts. Part 1 will contains 50 questions. Question of APO part 1 will be related form latest General knowledge, General awareness, Current event etc. Subject / topic wise questions details of APO part will be as are follows
UPPSC APO Exam Question paper Pattern | APO Revised Syllabus
Part 1 : General Knowledge
Subject – Marks
General Science – 8 Marks
Current Event of national and international level – 10 Marks
History of India – 8 Marks
Indian National Movement – 8 Marks
Indian politics and economy – 8 Marks
World Geography and pollution – 8 Marks
Part 2 : APO part 2 will be related to Law and acts and this section will contains 100 questions from various law subjects.
Question paper pattern and syllabus for APO part 2 exam as are follows
Indian Penal Code – 35 Marks
Indian Evidence Act – 25 Marks
Criminal Procedure Code – 25 Marks
UP Police Act and Regulations under this Act – 15 Marks
Question of GK and LAW of the written examination will be objective type and MCQ based. Minus marking will be not applicable in this examination. GK Section will carry total 50 marks and Law section will carry total 100 marks.
Question paper will contain 150 objective type questions which will carry 150 marks.
1 mark will be awarded for each correct question.
Syllabus and Question paper pattern for Main Examination of APO Vacancies
Subject – Marks
Knowledge / GK / General awareness – 100 Marks
General English – 100 Marks
General Hindi – 100 Marks
Criminal Law & Procedure – 100 Marks
Law of Evidence – 100 Marks
APO Personal Interview test Total – 50 marks