Candidates are invited to apply for the post of Assistant District Public Prosecution Officer in the Home Department of Madhya Pradesh.
Candidates should not be less than 24 years and not more than the 30 years of age. Relaxation is available as per government rules.
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.
A written test or examination followed by a personal interview test will be faced by the interested candidates and their performance in both the tests will play an important role in final selections.
How to apply: Interested candidates should apply online only at http://www.mponline.gov.in
First Question Paper:
Constitutional Law of India
Indian Contract Act -1872
Transfer of Property Act – 1882
Code of Civil Procedure – 1908
Law of Torts
Information Technology Act – 2000
Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act – 2005
Right to information Act – 2005
Second Question Paper:
Indian Penal Code – 1860
Criminal Procedure Code – 1973
Indian evidence Act – 1872
Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act – 1989
Wild Life Protection Act – 1972
Prevention of Food Adulteration Act – 1954
Prevention of Corruption Act – 1988
Arms Act – 1959
Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act – 1985
Indian Electricity Act – 2003
M.P. Excise Act – 1915