The High Court of Orissa, Cuttack Opened the application window for the post of assistant section officer in group B in the High Court’s Establishment. The online application window will be opened till 20 March 2021. Candidates can apply online by visiting the official website of Orissa High Court or simply click on the application link mentioned below.
The General English section is a part of the preliminary examination that is of 150 Total Marks. So the candidates need to pay an equal amount of attention to the general awareness section as it can fetch the candidates good marks in the preliminary examination. In this article, we will be discussing some preparation tips that the candidates can follow to prepare general awareness for Orrisa High Court ASO Exam 2021.
General English Preparation Tips for Odisha High Court ASO Exam 2021
If prepared well, candidates can secure good marks in the general English Section And increase their overall marks in the preliminary examination of Orrisa High Court ASO 2021. Let us now look at some easy tips that the Congress can follow to ensure scoring Good Marks in the general English section:
- Cover all the important topics: The candidates need to cover all the important topics first. The important topics that the candidate should cover for the general English section are reading comprehension, para jumbles, fillers, starters, phrasal verbs, synonyms and antonyms, spelling errors, spotting errors/sentence errors/improvement, and cloze test.
- Improve your Vocabulary: Having good vocabulary skills will help the candidates in scoring maximum marks in the general English section. Questions like synonyms and antonyms can be easily solved with the candidate has a good hold on English vocabulary. While going through a reading process candidates Will come across several words they have never heard of. Highlighting and searching those words, their meanings, their synonyms, and antonyms will familiarise the candidates with their different aspects and will improve their vocabulary skills.
- Improve your reading skills: Candidates in the Reading comprehension topic are judged on their reading skills. Candidates must have “up to the mark” Reading skills that will ensure that they “hit the bullseye” i.e maximum marks in the English language section. Read newspapers, editorials, magazines, and novels of different genres. These are some basic ways to improve reading skills.
- Practice with previous years’ papers: This is the best way to get an exact overview of the general English section and the types of questions that are asked in it. Candidates will be familiarising themselves with the exact difficulty level as the actual examination. Attempting previous years’ papers will also help the candidates in understanding the pattern of the questions that come from the general English section.
- Attempt mock test: The more you practice, the more you’ll be easily able to solve the general English questions with maximum accuracy. And what is the best way to practice, of course, a mock test? Attempt mock tests for Orrisa High Court ASO 2021 to get an overview of the types of questions that comes from the general English section. You can also analyze your performance and rectify the mistakes before the actual examination. Candidates can now attempt online test series with Adda247.
Orissa High Court ASO Exam Pattern 2021
The Orrisa High Court ASO Requirement 2021 will be conducted in these stages:
- Preliminary Examination/Test,
- Written Examination,
- Computer Application Test
- Viva-voce Test
1. Preliminary Examination
The preliminary examination will be of 150 marks in total, on the subjects of:
- General English
- General knowledge
- Logical reasoning
- Quantitative aptitude
The preliminary examination will be carrying objective-type questions with multiple choice answers. There will be a negative marking of 0.5 marks for each wrong answer
2. Written Examination
|3||General Awareness & Test of Reasoning||100||1 hour|
|Total Marks||300||5 hours|
iii) Computer Application Test
|2||Skill Test||50||30 minutes|
iv) Viva-Voce Test
The marks secured by the candidate(s) in the Viva-Voce Test shall be added to the marks obtained by him/her in the Written Examination to arrive at the total marks secured by him/her, and the names of the candidates shall be arranged in order of merit based on such total marks.