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Trick to crack Assistant District Attorneys (ADA) Exam-2018-19

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About the post of ADA 
i) ADA are the Assistant Public Prosecutors who represent on behalf of the state.
ii) Approximate Salary is Rs 35,000 per month without allowances.
iii) The requirement is law graduate i.e LLB
iv) Assistant District Attorneys (ADA) are the lawyers working under the supervision of the District Attorney.
v) 75% of the posts of ADA are filled by Direct recruitment through a competitive examination by Public Service Commission (PSC) and the remaining 25% percent by promotion.

Syllabus of ADA 2018-19
No. of vacancies - 180
a) Civil law
-Indian Evidence Act
-Indian Contract Act 
-Code of Civil Procedure
-Indian Partnership Act 
-Hindu Law
-Mohammadan law and Customary Law
-Sale of Goods Act 

b) Criminal Law
-Indian Penal Code, 1860
-Code of Criminal Procedure,1973
-Indian Evidence Act,1872

c) Questions from English Language and General awareness

Strategy to be followed
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