DDA Junior Engineer Legal Assistant Syllabus 2016

The Delhi Development Authority which is an acclaimed association of Delhi city that has released stunning open drive opportunity for the people who were searching for DDA Staff Jobs. It has discharged 675 number of vacancies and invited candidates to apply before 20 June 2016. You must go to main web portal to download the Delhi Development Authority Exam Syllabus 2016 with the objective that you can get prepared good for your examination. We are here updating you with Delhi Development Authority Exam Pattern 2016, check below.

Delhi Development Authority Syllabus 2016 Exam Pattern

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Name of the Organization: Delhi Development Authority.

Name of the Posts: Various Group A,B & C Posts.

No of Posts: 685 Posts.

Location: Delhi.

  • He Development Authority was created in 1957 under the provisions of the Delhi Development Act“to promote and secure the development of Delhi “
  • DDA has played a vital role in the orderly-Get-rapid development of Delhi. The city has become the residence of choice for more than 11 million people and this number continues to increase.
  • Delhi became the focus of government activity in 1911 when the British shifted the capital from Kolkata to Delhi.The initial location proposed for the Capital was to the north of the Northern Ridge. It was later changed to the present location around Raisina Hills.
  • Renowned town planners Edward Lutyens and Herbert Baker planned the city of New Delhi in the year 1912.
  • In 1922 a tiny Nazul Office, comprising of 10 to 12 officials, was set up in the Collectorate of Delhi, the first authority to regulate the planned development of the city.
  • In 1937, the Nazul office was upgraded to an Improvement Trust, constituted under the provisions of the United Provinces Improvement Act, 1911, to control building operations and regulate land usage.
  • India’s Independence in 1947 and resultant migration increased Delhi’s population from 7 lakhs to 17 lakhs by 1951. Open spaces were occupied by migrants. Civic services virtually collapsed. Delhi Improvement Trust and Municipal Body, the two local bodies at that time, were not adequately equipped to cope up with the changing scenario.
  • In order to plan Delhi and to check its rapid and haphazard growth, the Central Government appointed a Committee under the chairmanship of Sh. G D. Birla in 1950. This Committee recommended a Single Planning & Controlling Authority for all the urban areas of Delhi.
  • Consequently, the Delhi Development (Provisional) Authority – DDPA – was constituted by promulgating the Delhi (Control of Building Operations) Ordinance, 1955 (replaced by the Delhi Development Act, 1957) with the primary objective of ensuring the development of Delhi in accordance with a plan.

Then, on 30th December, 1957, Delhi Development Authority acquired its present name and its role as the 9th builder of the grand city of Delhi.

Delhi Development Authority Exam Pattern

  • The On-Line Examination will be asked in medium Hindi / English for all posts.
  • The syllabus and level of the On-Line Examination will be asked as per minimum qualification standard.
  • The weight age of marks of Written Test will be 85 % and for Interview given weight age is 15% Marks.
  • There will be a negative marking of 0.33 (deduction) for wrong answers attempted multiple answers in the objective type question papers.

DDA (PR) Exam Pattern:

The selection process consists of Single Stage Online Examination followed by Interview of shortlisted candidates.

  • The Question Paper comprise of Multiple Choice Objective Type asked for 120 Marks.
  • Exam Time Duration will be 2 Hours..
  • The Questions will be given on Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness and English Language
  • Candidates who get qualified in written test will be forwarded to Interview.
S.NoExam TypeSubjectsNo of QuestionsMarksDuration
1.Online ExamReasoning
Quantitative Aptitude
General Awareness
English Language
120120 Marks2 Hours

Exam Pattern for (Hort.) / J.E.( Civil ) / J.E. ( Elect./Mechanical):

S.NoExam TypeSubjectsNo of QuestionsMarksDuration
1.Online ExamReasoning
Quantitative Aptitude
General Awareness
English Language
120120 Marks2 Hours

DDA Stenographer Grade D Exam Pattern :

Exam will be of Single Stage Online Examination followed by Skill Test.

  • Applied candidates need to appear for the Stenography Test.
  • The candidates will be asked to attempt one dictation for 10 Minutes in English / Hindi at the speed of 80 w.p.m.
  • The asked matter will have to be transcribed on computer itself.
  • The transcription time is as follows:-
    (a) 50 minutes (English).
    (b) 65 minutes (Hindi).
S.NoSubjectsNo of QuestionsMarksDuration
(a)General Intelligence & Reasoning5050 Marks2 Hours
(b)General Awareness5050 Marks
(c)English Language & Comprehension100100 Marks
Skill Test

Stage I (Preliminary) Exam Pattern:

S.NoSubjectsNo of QuestionsMarksDuration
1.General Awareness120 Questions120 Marks2 Hours
2.General Intelligence & Reasoning Ability
3.Arithmetical & Numerical Ability
4.Hindi & English (Language & Comprehension)
5.Basic Computer Knowledge

Stage II (Mains) Exam Pattern:

S.NoSubjectsNo of QuestionsMarksDuration
1.General Awareness (Special Emphasis on Delhi)200 Questions200 Marks2 Hours
2.General Intelligence & Reasoning Ability
3.Arithmetical & Numerical Ability
4.English Language & Comprehension
5.Hindi or Urdu Language & Comprehension
6.Basic Computer Knowledge

Still Awaited 2016 DDA exam

DDA Syllabus 

Civil Engineering Syllabus :

Hydraulic Structures , Hydrology & Water Resources Engineering , Concrete Technology , Transportation Engineering , Steel Structures , PSC Structures , Reinforced Concrete Structures , Environmental Engineering , Civil Engineering Materials and Construction , Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering , Fluid Mechanics , Solid Mechanics, Structural Analysis , Surveying , Bridge Engineering , Estimation, Costing, and Specifications , Construction and Project Management , Environmental Studies etc.

Electrical Engineering Syllabus : 

Basic Electrical Engineering Concepts , Magnetic Circuit , AC Fundamentals , Measurement and measuring instruments , Network Theory , Electrical Machines , Utilization of Electrical Energy , Analog and Digital Electronics , Power Systems , Estimation and costing , Power Electronics & Drives , Basic Electronics etc.

Mechanical Engineering Syllabus :

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning , Fluid Machinery & Steam Generators , Engineering Materials , Theory Of Machines , The Strength of Materials , Fluid Mechanics , Thermodynamics , Heat Transfer , Machine Design , Industrial Engineering etc.

General Awareness

Indian Constitution , The Indian Culture & Heritage , Indian Economy , Indian Polity , General Science , Science & Technology , History – India & World , Indian Geography , Current Affairs – National & International etc.

English Language :

Vocabulary , Error Correction , Unseen Passages , Synonyms , Shuffling of sentence parts , Fill in the Blanks , Grammar , Idioms & Phrases , Sentence structure , Antonyms , One word substitutions , Subject-Verb Agreement , Comprehension , Sentence Rearrangement etc.

Hindi :

Antonyms , Vocabulary , Synonyms , Fill in the Blanks , Error Detection , Translation of Sentences , Comprehension , Phrases/Muhavare , Grammar , Plural Forms etc.

Computer knowledge :

MS Excel , Windows , MS Office , Microsoft PowerPoint , MS Word , Internet Usage , Computer Software & Hardware , Introduction to Computer Science , Database Management System , PC Software and Office Automation , Workplace Productivity Tools , Computer Networks , The Internet , Emerging Technologies and Web Publishing , Boolean Algebra , Data Structures.

Numerical Ability :

Number Systems , Problems on Trains , Discounts , Ratio and Proportion , Problems on Ages , Simplification , Percentages , Average , Mixture and Alligation , H.C.F. and L.C.M , Simple & Compound Interest , Data Interpretation , Time, Work, Distance , Profit and Loss , Fundamental Arithmetical operations etc.

Reasoning :

Logical Sequence of Words , Figure Classification , Arrangements , Non-Verbal Series , Clocks & Calendars , Number Ranking , Number Series , Alphabet Series , Arithmetical Computation , Analogy , Coding-Decoding , Embedded Figures , Problem Solving , Verbal and Figure Classification , Arithmetical Number Series , Relationship Concepts ,Arithmetical Reasoning etc.


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