WBPSC Law Officer Syllabus
WBPSC Law Officer Syllabus

WBPSC Law Officer Syllabus

West Bengal Law Department Syllabus – English

• Synonyms

• Vocabulary

• Phrasal verbs

• Phrases

• Use of appropriate and qualifying words

• Antonyms

• Idioms

• Same words bearing more than one meaning,

West Bengal PSC Law Officer Syllabus – Reasoning

• Puzzle

• Input-Output

• Syllogistic Reasoning

• Number Ranking

• Assumption and argument

• Coding Decoding

• Sequence

• Alphabet Test

• Analogies

• Statement and conclusion

• Inequalities

• Assertion and reasoning

• Direction Sense

• Number Series

• Decision Making

• Alphabet Series

• Sitting Arrangement

• Syllogism

• Blood Relations

WBPSC Law Officer Exam Syllabus – Current Affairs

• Environment Science

• Budget and five-year plan

• Geography and History of India

• Economy – India

• Book and Authors

• Sports

• Culture & Heritage – India

• Awards and Honors

• Current Events/Affairs– National And International

• Important Days

• Countries and Capital

• Science – Inventions and Discoveries

• General Policy

• Science and technology

• International and National Organizations

• Abbreviations

Law Officer Syllabus – General Awareness

• Current Affairs – National & International.

• Budget and Five-Year Plans.

• Abbreviations.

• International & National Organizations.

• Books and Authors.

• Important Days.

• Awards and Honors.

• Science – Inventions & Discoveries.

• Important Financial & Economic News.

• Sports.

• Countries & Capitals etc.

WBPSC Law Officer Syllabus – Optional Subjects

• Muhammadan Law

• Principles of Equity including the law of Trusts and specific relief

• Jurisprudence And Principles of Legislation

• Law of Limitation and law of Prescription

• Indian Law relating to Companies and Insurance

• The Indian Constitution and Constitutional law

WBPSC Law Officer Exam Pattern

Exam Pattern for WBPSC Law Officer:

Exam TypeSubjectsTotal MarksDuration
Objective Type(MCQ)English Composition302 1/2 hour
General Knowledge, Current Affairs, and Test of Reasoning40
Indian Constitution20
Law of Contracts and Torts20
Laws of Evidence20
Civil Procedure Codes20
Criminal Procedure Code and Indian Penal Code20
Personal Law10
Law of Limitation20
Total200

• Written exam contains objective-type questions.

• Total marks in the examination are 200.

• The total test period is 2 hours 30 minutes.

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